Programs & Services

CCA disseminates information to educate individuals and families with craniofacial differences, health care providers and the general public regarding craniofacial conditions. CCA also promotes public awareness of craniofacial conditions and social acceptance of individuals with facial differences.  Individuals and craniofacial families often call CCA seeking emotional support and to discuss problems, and to identify resources. Through our database, social networking and Yahoo group we are able to network families with support groups and/or others who have similar conditions and experiences.  We also keep a list of helpful resources and are always willing to listen and offer emotional support to family members who need a shoulder to lean on.

Children’s Craniofacial Association refers to the full members of the International Society of Craniofacial Surgery. Read more…

Centers with craniofacial teams working together have the advantage of a greater experience to provide comprehensive, quality care, which leads to better results and fewer complications. Read more…

Through our database we are able to network families with support groups and/or others who have similar conditions and experiences. Read more…

CCA has published a series of fourteen educational booklets for parents, which explain various craniofacial conditions and regarding treatment. Read more…

CCA is continuously adding overviews, called “one-sheets,” for parents on a variety of topics and conditions. Read more…

Many families must travel to receive quality care. CCA offers these families funds for food, travel, and lodging through its financial assistance program. Read more…

A quarterly newsletter is published to inform readers of CCA activities as well as educate families, donors and interested parties of the latest in craniofacial treatment. Read more…

The CCA Annual Family Retreat & Educational Symposium is held each June to provide craniofacial patients, their siblings and parents an opportunity to interact with others who have endured similar experiences.  Read more…

One of the most important goals of CCA is to promote social acceptance of children and adults with facial disfigurement. Read more…