The Montana Parent Partner Program

A Parent Partner is...

A parent of a child with special healthcare needs who is personally experienced and professionally trained to help you navigate your child's care. Parent Partners share their knowledge with you, and your child's healthcare providers, so you can better support the dreams and progress of your family. Parent Partners will help your family break though the isolation and uncertainty you may experience. They will help you connect to resources so your child and family can be more fully supported in your community. Parent Partner family support allows clinic workers and healthcare providers more time to focus on your child's health and wellness. Parent Partners will always honor and acknowledge the uniqueness of your family and your journey. Parent Partner services are always provided at no cost to you and your family.

A Parent Partner Can...

The HALI Project works in cooperation with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, Children's Special Health Services, and these pediatric and primary care practices: