The Michigan Children with Special Needs Fund (CSN Fund) is a privately-funded program within Michigan's Children's Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) program. The CSN Fund was created to help children with special health care needs when other funding sources are not available. The Fund is managed by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and staffed by state employees. Working together with CSHCS, local health departments, and other stakeholders, the Fund is able to reach children across Michigan. Since it was created in 1944, the CSN Fund has been supported through generous donations from families, individuals, businesses, and organizations who share a similar goal: to help families improve their child's mobility, independence and quality of life. The CSN Fund is intended as a payer of last resort and cannot be used to replace public funds when they are available. There is no income eligibility restrictions.
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