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AFCAMP works to  promote solutions  to disparities in healthcare access and outcomes for children with disabilities and people of color across the continuum of primary and behavioral health care systems. The focus of AFCAMP's health equity work is to: 
 

  • Empower, engage, and prepare  parents, youth and young adults to become effective advocates for their own and/or their children's healthcare needs

  • Advocate for policy and system reforms to eliminate institutional barriers to access to quality healthcare services for children, parents and others in communities of color

ADVOCACY, EDUCATION
RESOURCES & SUPPORT 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 
 

Become your child's best advocate
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DISABILITY 

Behavioral, Developmental, Intellectual, Physical, and other conditions 
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JUVENILE JUSTICE 

Be a Voice for Change
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HEALTH EQUITY
 

Resources
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