Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP) – National resource, partner and advocate for state public health leaders and others working to improve the health of women, children, youth and families, including those with special health care needs.
- Family Scholars Program (FSP) – The FSP represents an opportunity to identify, encourage and train family leaders. This 10-month program strives to provide family scholars with the knowledge, tools and resources to enhance their development as family leaders, and to promote policies, programs, and systems at the national, state and/or local level that address important issues impacting the health and well-being of women, children and families, including children and youth with special health care needs.
- New Director Mentor Program (NDMP) – The NDMP provides new Title V directors with the information, tools and resources necessary to succeed and grow as Title V administrators. It offers a bridge for new MCH professionals to connect with seasoned MCH directors.
Building Movement Project – The goal of the Building Movement Project is to build a strong social justice ethos into the nonprofit sector, strengthen the role of nonprofit organizations in the United States as sites of democratic practice, and promote nonprofit groups as partners in building a movement for progressive social change.
CityMatCH – National organization or urban MCH leaders working to improve the health and well-being of urban women, children and families by strengthening the public health organizations and leaders in their communities.
- City Leaders Program – Leadership training for emerging and mid-level leaders in urban maternal and child health.
Health Workforce Information Center (HWIC) – HWIC provides free access to the most recent resources on the nation’s health workforce in one easy-to-use online location. Resources available through the HWIC website will help health providers, educators, researchers and policymakers around the nation develop strategies to meet future workforce demands.
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) – HRSA is the primary federal agency for improving access to health care services for people who are uninsured, isolated or medically vulnerable.
- Public Health Training Centers (PHTC) – PHTCs are partnerships between accredited schools of public health, related academic institutions, and public health agencies and organizations. The PHTC Program is designed to improve the nation's public health system by strengthening the technical, scientific, managerial, and leadership competence of current and future public health professionals.
Leadership for a New Era – Leadership for a New Era is a collaborative research initiative launched by the Leadership Learning Community that focuses on understanding how leadership can become more inclusive, networked and collective.
MCH Leadership Competencies – A collaborative website of the MCH Training Grantee Network.
MCH Navigator – Learning portal for maternal and child health professionals, students and others working to improve the health and well-being of women, children and families. The MCH Navigator provides archived webcasts and webinars, instructional modules and self-guided short courses, and video and audio recordings of lectures and presentations from university courses and conferences.
MCH Public Health Leadership Institute – Executive-education program designed to significantly expand self-awareness and quickly build practical skills for effectively leading, managing people, and building partnerships to advocate for and create the MCH systems of tomorrow.
- Leadership Modules – A series of free online learning modules are available on the MCH PHLI website, including peer coaching, creating innovative cultures, social marketing and adaptive leadership.
MetLife Mature Market Institute – The MetLife center of expertise in aging, longevity and the generations and is a recognized thought leader by business, the media, opinion leaders and the public.
- Engaging the 21st Century Multi-Generational Workforce  – This study examines the relationship between engagement and age, generation, life-, and career-stage, and the factors that might affect these relationships. It also explores the drivers (predictors) of engagement for employees of different ages, generations, life stages, and career stages, including demographic characteristics, factors related to the job, and work team factors.
- Generations in the Workplace: Engaging the Best Talent of All Ages  – This publication discusses transforming multi-generational workplaces.
Public Health Foundation – The Public Health Foundation (PHF) is dedicated to achieving healthy communities through research, training and technical assistance.