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CSH Healthcare Transitioning

Teens and young adults should be active participants in the transition to adult services. This is a time for parental support without being overprotective. "Letting go" is a necessary process experienced by both parent and young adult. Provided below are resources to help with the transitioning process.


To get started, CSH has compiled a list of suggestions for transitioning to adulthood.


Financial Assistance, Health Insurance and Medication Programs

For information about Supplemental Security Income (SSI) contact the Social Security Administration at: 1-800-772-1213.

You can also take a look at their Listings of Impairments to see if your disability(ies) may qualify.

Compassionate Allowances Conditions


For information about the

Wyoming Health Exchange



 Healthcare Transition Guides and Resources

For more information about Healthcare Transition after High School check out the Parents' Guide to Transition: What Happens After High School? For a hard copy, call 1-307-777-6921.


Downloadable Health Care Transition Guides for All Ages are available through the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.


Got Transition?

Got Transition is a national resource for health care professionals, families, youth, and state policy makers focusing on a young adult's transition from pediatric to adult health care.


Healthy and Ready to Work


Accessible Tools for Leadership and Advocacy Success

The online Advocacy ATLAS is a toolkit created by Genetic Alliance, Parent to Parent USA, and Family Voices that provides individuals with special healthcare needs and their families with tools and strategies to advocate for whatever they may need. Resources are grouped by category on the Advocacy ATLAS landing page. Click here!