Print this page Print This Page

Email this page E-Mail This Page

Bookmark and Share

SACCHO Information and Resources


Overview
usa-globe
What are SACCHOs

State Associations of County and City Health Officials (SACCHOs) are organizations that represent local health departments or officials at the state level. Some SACCHOs are even an office in their state's department of health and many are informal organizations that are administered by volunteers.

SACCHOs often host regular meetings of local public health officials and are very involved with local public health issues at the state level.

NACCHO collaborates with SACCHOs on many projects, including joint meetings, membership initiatives, education and training, and national advocacy for local public health. SACCHOs also work closely with state departments of health and other state and national public health organizations. Read below for more resources and information on SACCHOs.

 
Information and Resources

All about SACCHOs

Learn about the history of the SACCHO program, how SACCHOs benefit the local health departments they serve, and more. More »

Why Form a SACCHO?

Learn about the benefits of forming a SACCHO and entering into a formal relationship with NACCHO. More »

SACCHO Map

See which states have SACCHOs and find links to their web sites to learn more. More »

 
Staff Contact Information

Anne-Marie Burton
Senior Director of Membership and State Partnerships
E-mail: aburton@naccho.org
Phone: 202-507-4245


For general questions about the State Associations of County and City Health Officials (SACCHO) please e-mail statepartners@naccho.org.