Issue Brief: Family Navigation Implementation Strategies
The Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP) is happy to share a new issue brief, Family Navigation Implementation Strategies: Improving Systems of Care, that delves into Title V and community-based program strategies of family navigation that aim to better serve children and youth with special health care needs. It can be used as a tool to inform public health professionals, partners, and stakeholders about different family navigation strategies to apply in communities, and as a mechanism to connect with Title V programs that are highlighted for their work specific to family navigation activities.
Request for Letters of Intent: Data Communications E-Learning Collaborative
AMCHP released a request for letters of intent for a new technical assistance project, Data Communications E-Learning Collaborative, provided with support from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Division of Reproductive Health. This project aims to foster key sustainable partnerships and communication within multiple arenas to create a maternal and child health workforce that can produce data-informed, evidence-based programs and policies. Applications require a two-page letter of intent, followed by a structured interview. The letter must be submitted no later than 5 p.m. ET on March 23. Please direct questions to Charlotte Cleveland (firstname.lastname@example.org) or at (202) 775-0437. Access the request for letters of intent here.
Replication Project RFA Now Open
Would you like to replicate an effective practice in AMCHP's Innovation Station? Consider applying for the Best Practices Technical Assistance Replication Project. Every year, AMCHP grants up to three technical assistance awards of $10,000 each for states to replicate or adapt an existing emerging, promising, or best practice in Innovation Station as part of an overall goal to improve maternal and child health outcomes by sharing effective and promising practices with state and territorial maternal and child health programs. The request for applications can be accessed here. All applications are due to Lynda Krisowaty (email@example.com) by 11:59 p.m. ET on March 9. To learn more about the benefits of participating, watch this video in which two previous recipients share their experiences.
Best Practice Submissions
Do you have an effective or innovative MCH practice you'd like to share so other states can replicate it? AMCHP is accepting submissions for its spring best practices review. Applications must be received by March 9.