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NACCHO Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health Projects and Related Programs


Active Projects
 
Adolescent Health Infrastructure Project

NACCHO aims to strengthen the capacity of local health departments (LHDs) and their partners to improve the adolescent health infrastructure and adolescent health promotion by 1) improving community-level coordination and integration of adolescent health services and programs among public agencies, healthcare providers, health organizations, and community agencies; and 2) improving the extent to which LHD facilities, programs, services, and partnerships meet the needs of adolescents in their community.

 
Alliance for Information on Maternal and Child Health

Through a cooperative agreement with the Maternal and Child Health Bureau of the Health Resources and Services Administration, NACCHO has undertaken a number of activities to support the efforts of LHDs to improve the health of women, children, and families. More »

 
Past Projects
 
Birth Defects Prevention

The goal of NACCHO’s Birth Defects Prevention project is to increase the capacity of LHDs to prevent birth defects, disabilities, or disabling conditions in their communities. More »

 
Archived Webinar Series: Emerging Issues in Maternal and Child Health

NACCHO and CityMatCH are pleased to present the eighth year of the Emerging Issues in Maternal and Child Health (E-MCH) series. Each CityMatCH-led webinar celebrated the 75th Anniversary of Title V by featuring an MCH issue that was pervasive then and remains so now. More »

 
NACCHO/ASTHO WIC Collaborations Project

NACCHO and ASTHO worked collaboratively on a project aimed at promoting the integrated delivery of the Special Supplemental Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) and other health services at the state and local levels. The aim of the project was to identify best practices for delivering coordinated WIC/public health services; summarize and promote models of state and local collaboration between WIC and public health services; increase knowledge of barriers to integrated/coordinated WIC and public health services; and develop recommendations for future integration and coordination through focus group discussion. More »

 
Partners in Program Planning for Adolescent Health (PIPPAH)

As a result of its participation in the PIPPAH cooperative agreement, NACCHO developed the "Strengthening Youth Engagement" project to support LHDs in strengthening their capacity to engage youth in their existing adolescent health efforts. More »

Positive Youth Development
Positive Youth Development acknowledges the significant impact of individuals, communities, and systems on the health and well-being of youth. Many of the risks associated with youth development, such as substance abuse or teen pregnancy, are influenced by communication skills, community engagement, school connectedness, self-awareness, parental communication, and monitoring. More »

Strengthening Youth Engagement in Adolescent Health Activities of Local Health Departments
NACCHO, with support from the Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, and Office of Adolescent Health developed the "Strengthening Youth Engagement" project to support local health departments in strengthening their capacity to engage youth in their existing adolescent health efforts. More »

 
Related Programs
 
NACCHO's HIV and STI Prevention Projects

Local health departments play an important role in the prevention and control of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in their community, which often includes the provision of direct patient care. NACCHO's HIV and STI Prevention Programs work to strengthen the capacity of LHDs to prevent, control, and care for HIV and STIs by providing technical assistance and capacity building assistance, developing and disseminating tools and resources, facilitating peer exchange, and providing learning opportunities. More »

 
NACCHO's Injury and Violence Prevention Projects

NACCHO's Injury and Violence Prevention Program strengthens the capacity of local health departments to effectively address the causes of injury and violence in their communities by creating learning opportunities, developing tools and resources, providing technical support, and facilitating peer exchange. More »