Family Voices of ND partners with families who have children with special health care needs to find resources and services that can help them navigate through the public and private health systems. Family Voices staff are also parents of children/youth and young adults with chronic health, physical, developmental and mental health challenges. Having a child with a disability can be overwhelming and exhausting, but Family Voices staff are here to help!
Project Carson supports families who have received a prenatal or at birth diagnosis. This program is sponsored by Designer Genes of Bismarck.
Parent to Parent is a statewide network of parents supporting families of children with developmental delays, disabilities and special health needs.
The HHS Special Health Services Unit promotes a system of care and services that improves the health and well-being of individuals with special health care needs and their families. If your baby's provider suspects that your baby may have a medical condition that requires testing and treatment, North Dakota Health and Human Services may be able to provide financial assistance and resources for you. To determine eligibility contact SHS directly at 701.328.2436 or toll-free 800.755.2714 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This video explains what genetics testing is available for pregnant women and their baby. A genetic counselor can help expecting parents to decide what genetic testing may be beneficial for them.