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Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health Partners


 
The Alliance for Information on Maternal and Child Health
 
The Alliance for Information on MCH (AIM) Program is a collaborative of national membership organizations whose members include decision-makers within state and local government, MCH professions, foundations, the health insurance industry, and business, as well as advocates for families. The purpose of the AIM Program is to help individual organization members to make well informed decisions affecting public health policies and programs for women, children and families.
 
AIM is a three-year cooperative agreement with the Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, and NACCHO.
 
AIM Partners
 

NCBDDD External Partners Group

NACCHO is a participant in the Friends of NCBDDD, which supports the CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD). Friends of NCBDDD is a coalition of governmental and private sector stakeholders who are united to promote healthy child development, prevent birth defects and developmental disorders/disabilities, and enhance the quality of life and prevent secondary conditions among people who are living with mental or physical disabilities, or a combination thereof.

To view a complete list of partners, visit http://friendsofncbddd.org/.

 
Partners in Program Planning for Adolescent Health (PIPPAH)

PIPPAH promotes a comprehensive adolescent health agenda for professionals serving adolescents and their families. Partner organizations conduct activities to increase awareness of adolescent health issues and to promote the adoption of positive youth development approaches to adolescent health programming. Using a multidisciplinary approach to address adolescent health issues, PIPPAH partners regularly share expertise and collaborate with one another on joint activities at the national level.

The 21 Critical Health Objectives for Adolescents and Young Adults of Healthy People 2010 serves as a framework for addressing select adolescent health issues.

As a PIPPAH partner, NACCHO works to achieve the following goals:

  • strengthen NACCHO infrastructure and capacity for addressing adolescent health issues;
  • build the capacity of local health departments to identify and address adolescent health needs in their communities; and
  • collaborate with national, state, and local organizations to communicate the importance of adolescent health.
PIPPAH is a five-year cooperative agreement with the Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau's Office of Adolescent Health, and NACCHO.

PIPPAH Partners