NACCHO Voice

The Word on Local Health Departments is a blog by the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO).

David Dyjack, NACCHO’s Associate Executive Director, discusses Local Public Health Department Funding for Climate Change

In an article which recently appeared in Roll Call, David Dyjack, the National Association of County and City Health...

Apr 07, 2014 | Christopher Gray

Newly Released IPCC Report – Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability

On Monday, March 31, 2014, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its second report of a...

Mar 31, 2014 | Lisa Brown

Get the Latest Updates from the 2014 Preparedness Summit

The 2014 Preparedness Summit begins Tuesday, April 1 in Atlanta! Can’t make it to the Summit but want to stay...

Mar 31, 2014 | Admin

Long Term Planning for Climate Change: What Local Public Health Should Consider Moving Forward

This is the third part of a series of interviews with local health department staff who will present at the 2014...

Mar 18, 2014 | Guest Author

Water Scarcity: California Drought Prompts Tough Questions for Public Health

Imagine it’s the year 2015. It’s the last year of the United Nations International Decade for Action on water scarcity....

Mar 18, 2014 | Guest Author

NACCHO Announces Two Paid Summer Internships

The Environmental Health, Pandemic Preparedness, and Catastrophic Response Team at NACCHO has announced two new summer...

Mar 10, 2014 | Sara Rubin

Radiation and Local Public Health

The relationship between radiation and health is a large and varied topic. The health effects of radiation exposure are...

Mar 05, 2014 | Guest Author

Mid-Atlantic Kicks Off Severe Weather Preparedness Week with Rare March Snowstorm

Here in Washington, D.C., a rare late-winter snowstorm is currently wrecking havoc at the start of Severe Weather...

Mar 03, 2014 | Stacy Stanford

Georgetown Climate Center’s Workshop on Supporting State and Local Adaptation through Existing Federal Programs: Water Infrastructure

On Jan. 31, NACCHO staff attended the Supporting State and Local Adaptation through Existing Federal Programs: Water...

Feb 10, 2014 | Justin Snair

The Atlanta “Snowpocalypse”–The Case for Preparedness Training for Rare Weather Events

For U.S. cities like Albany and Green Bay that are accustomed to winters of low temperatures and high snow drifts, two...

Feb 05, 2014 | Rachel Schulman

Partner Articles

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NACCHO and the Alzheimer’s Association Collaborating to...

The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO),...

Sep 21, 2021 | Theresa Spinner

NACCHO and the Alzheimer’s Association Collaborating to...

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Responding to Per- And Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in...

On August 12, 2021, NACCHO and AAAS’s EPI Center hosted a webinar on PFAS...

Aug 27, 2021 | Guest Author

Responding to Per- And Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in...

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NEHA-FDA RFFM Mentorship Program in partnership with the...

Applications for the program are now open from September 9 through November 15,...

Aug 03, 2021 | Guest Author

NEHA-FDA RFFM Mentorship Program in partnership with the...

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Investing in Evidence to Inform How to Rebuild the U.S....

Associate Professor, Erika Martin and Betty Bekemeier (University of Washington...

Apr 07, 2021 | Guest Author

Investing in Evidence to Inform How to Rebuild the U.S....

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  • Funding Opportunity
  • Accreditation & Quality Improvement
  • Opportunity
  • Performance Improvement

Improving Social Determinants of Health – Getting...

NACCHO is pleased to announced the release of three Request for Proposals to...

Feb 17, 2021 | Andrea Grenadier

Improving Social Determinants of Health – Getting...

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  • Climate Change
  • Health Equity & Social Justice
  • Policy

NACCHO Joins Public Health Partners in Calling on the...

NACCHO joins leading public health organizations in signing a declaration...

Jan 27, 2021 | Anu Varma

NACCHO Joins Public Health Partners in Calling on the...

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Preparing Your Local Health Department for the Future

If the pandemic has taught us one thing, it is the importance of preparedness....

Jan 15, 2021 | Guest Author

Preparing Your Local Health Department for the Future

  • Tools & Resources
  • Maternal, Child, & Adolescent Health

Promoting Healthy Weight Success Stories & New Online...

The CHOICES Project at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health launched...

Dec 26, 2020 | Taylarr Lopez

Promoting Healthy Weight Success Stories & New Online...

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  • Tools & Resources
  • Water Quality

Purdue University’s New Water Systems Course Designed to...

Purdue is partnering with NACCHO to offer this online course at a discount for...

Dec 04, 2020 | Emily D'Angelo

Purdue University’s New Water Systems Course Designed to...

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NACCHO and CFP Seeks New Recruits for the 2020-2022 Food...

NACCHO and CFP are seeking 10-15 state, local, tribal, and territorial health...

Oct 13, 2020 | Anu Varma

NACCHO and CFP Seeks New Recruits for the 2020-2022 Food...

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NACCHO Joins Public Health Partners to Recognize...

NACCHO partners with Children’s Environmental Health Network for CEH Day 2020.

Sep 28, 2020 | Guest Author

NACCHO Joins Public Health Partners to Recognize...

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Public Health Communications Collaborative Webinar

The Public Health Communications Collaborative will hold its first live Q&A...

Sep 21, 2020 | Taylarr Lopez

Public Health Communications Collaborative Webinar

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