NACCHO membership matters. From engaging with your peers at conferences to exchanging ideas on what’s working at your health department, joining NACCHO is an essential investment in your advancement as a public health leader. To help guide your work, NACCHO is providing new benefits to all of its active members.
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NACCHO membership matters. Active membership makes you eligible for: (membership covers senior health officials and staff)
- access to other NACCHO members and participation in our Virtual Communities
- complimentary access to NACCHO Exchange, a quarterly magazine highlighting effective, proven local public health practices
- complimentary access to Public Health Dispatch, a monthly newsletter offering tools and resources directly relevant to public health practice
- complimentary access to NACCHO publications, assessment tools, and archives
- advance notice about NACCHO funding opportunities
- reduced registration fees and scholarships to attend NACCHO conferences
- participation in one of our National Advisory Committee Workgroups
- recognition in our NACCHO annual awards program, including Model Practices
- voting, holding office, and representing NACCHO*
- opportunities to receive grants from NACCHO to assist in emergency preparedness, food safety, and other programmatic work at the local level
- eligibility to receive mini grants from one of NACCHO’s training programs
- discounts and access to NACCHO Career Network job postings and services
- discounts on subscriptions to the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice
- discounts on vital technologic resources and tools you use in your daily work from our partners at Esri, LiveStories, LHD Academy of Science, KnowBe4, Monsido, and more.
Esri is providing these resources AT NO COST to help our members prepare, manage, and deliver an effective response to COVID 19.
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Request for Applications: Native-Serving Organization to Identify Legal/Practical Strategies to Promote Public Health Data Sharing
The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) is seeking a native serving organization to develop a working advisory committee of tribal members with broad representation, tribal experts, public health practitioners serving tribes, and other native serving partners to identify legal and practical strategies that have proven to be successful in supporting, facilitating, and enhancing public health focused data sharing, including data collected by health departments as part of their programmatic functions such as surveillance data as well as administrative data that provides insight into the needs of tribes and urban communities.
The CDC-OTASA and CDC-PHLP have entered into a cooperative agreement with NACCHO to award up to $200,000 in funding to a native-serving organization to build upon the data sharing successes that some tribal nations and urban Indian communities have demonstrated to improve public health outcomes and to further build upon the knowledge and expertise of an advisory committee to develop culturally supportive strategies for effective data sharing agreements, training, and dialogue. The identified organization may work with other entities to complete project work. However, NACCHO will only contract with, and provide funding to, one organization. Project period is from the date of the executed contract to July 31, 2020.
The deadline for submission is 5 pm ET on Friday, April 24, 2020. NACCHO will not accept applications received after the deadline. Decisions will be made, and applicants will be notified of their selection status, no later than May 8, 2020. Applicants may pose individual questions to NACCHO or submit an application by e-mailing Geoff Mwaungulu Jr. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bureau of Justice Assistance’s (BJA) Comprehensive Opioid, Stimulant, and Substance Abuse Program (COSSAP) is seeking applications to develop, implement, or expand comprehensive programs in response to illicit opioids, stimulants, or other substances of abuse. Awards will be made in two categories for the following amounts:
Category 1: Local or Tribal Applications
- Subcategory 1a – An urban area or large county with a population greater than 500,000: up to $1,200,000
- Subcategory 1b – A suburban area or medium-size county with a population between 100,000 and 500,000: up to $900,000
- Subcategory 1c – A rural area or small county (as defined in the eligibility section) with a population of fewer than 100,000 or a federally recognized Indian tribe: up to $600,000
Category 2: State Applications
- Applications from states on behalf of county, local, municipal, or tribal communities: up to $6,000,000
All applications are due May 21, 2020 by 11:59 PM ET. Visit https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/bja-2020-17023 for solicitation information, eligibility details, and application guidelines.
Thank you for letting us serve you. If you have any questions about our member benefits, you can contact us. Our office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM - 5 PM ET.
Associate Membership Specialist