The mission of the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) is to improve the health of communities by strengthening and advocating for local health departments.
NACCHO is the only organization dedicated to serving every local health department in the nation. NACCHO serves 3000 local health departments and is the leader in providing cutting-edge, skill-building, professional resources and programs, seeking health equity, and supporting effective local public health practice and systems.
What We Do
Swipe through the photo gallery below to see some examples of NACCHO members at our various events and activities.
Photos of NACCHO in Action
Advocating on Capitol Hill
NACCHO members are invited to participate in our annual Hill Day event.
Supporting Training at a Local Level
A woman receives breastfeeding training as part of our community health funding.
Activating During Crisis
The Manatee County MRC activating to support the Manatee County EMS and Manatee County Emergency Management.
Touring New Orleans for Pests
The City of New Orleans Mosquito, Termite and Rodent Control Board led a rodent and pest control tour of the French Quarter for over fifty NACCHO Annual attendees in July 2018.
Visiting the CDC Emergency Center
Attendees to the 2018 Preparedness Summit had the opportunity to visit the CDC Emergency Center in Atlanta.
Sharing Success at the Interoperability Showcase
This year’s PHI Conference in Atlanta featured compelling speakers along with poster sessions and the Interoperability Showcase, all reflecting the bold – and sometimes provocative – frontiers of health information technology.
Learning About Water Treatment
During the 2018 Preparedness Summit, attendees had the opportunity to visit a water treatment facility in Atlanta.
Connecting at Conferences
Each year, thousands of members of the public health community come together at our annual events.