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Family Voices Indiana
As the Family-to-Family Health Information Center for the state, Family Voices Indiana’s primary purpose is to assist families raising children with special health care needs, parent-to-parent. Our experienced staff of family leaders listen and answer families’ questions about the complex system they must navigate to ensure their children get the care and services they need.
These are a few examples of ways we can help:
Answering questions about a new diagnosis
Helping to find an accommodating dentist
Assisting in navigating health insurance options
Connecting to local resources and support
Offering all services to families for free!
If you or your family would benefit from to talking to an FV Indiana Health Information Specialist, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org , or call 844-F2F-INFO. Se habla español.
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