NACCHO’s work informs, supports, and gives voice to its local health department members, who serve their communities with increasing skill and breadth of services. Together, NACCHO and its members are advancing local public health across the nation.
NACCHO has released its 2020 Annual Report, which highlights the noteworthy achievements of the association last year. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, NACCHO continued to support its members in advancing local public health practice by amplifying the work of local health departments (LHDs) through stories and publications, and advocating for more resources and funding on Capitol Hill. Among its accomplishments, NACCHO created a dashboard called COVID-19 Cases, Testing, launched the COVID-19 Data Lab, supported LHDs in scaling up COVID-19 contact tracing by establishing a resource page, and advocated on Capitol Hill for billions of dollars in COVID funding.
NACCHO released its 2019 Annual Report, which highlighted the noteworthy achievements of the association. Among its accomplishments, NACCHO gave more than $1.8 million in subawards to LHDs, made 31 presentations at external conferences, awarded more than 144 travel scholarships, sent 71 letters to congress, recorded 24 podcasts on policy, advocacy, and other topics, and attended 229 meetings with members of congress and their staff.
In 2018, NACCHO helped its members advance local public health practice by serving as the voice of local health departments (LHDs) on Capitol Hill, building LHD capacity, fostering connections among its members, disseminating best practices, and forging innovative partnerships. Among its accomplishments, NACCHO provided more than 354 hours of technical assistance to LHDs, awarded more than 162 travel scholarships, published 65 publications, contributed five articles in peer-reviewed journals, and hosted 128 meetings with Members of Congress and their staff.
In 2017, NACCHO helped its members advance local public health practice by serving as the voice of local health departments (LHDs) on Capitol Hill, building LHD capacity, fostering connections among its members, disseminating best practices, and forging innovative partnerships. Among its accomplishments, NACCHO provided more than 200 hours of technical assistance to LHDs, offered nearly 200 NACCHO subawards to LHDs and Medical Reserve Corps units, published 75 publications, issued six new policy statements, and hosted 128 meetings with Members of Congress and their staff.
NACCHO's 2016 Annual Report highlights notable accomplishments of the organization in 2016. NACCHO disseminated evidence-based practices by publishing 165 blog posts, producing 76 new publications, and recognizing 56 new model practices as a part of NACCHO's Model Practices Program. The association rolled out a new user-friendly website and added more than 100 tools to the NACCHO Toolbox. NACCHO also awarded more than $1 million to 45 demonstration sites in an effort to support local health department innovation.
NACCHO's 2015 Annual Report focused on the association’s considerable accomplishments in 2015. Among its achievements, NACCHO increased membership, expanded program funding, and advocated vigorously on behalf of its members.