Collaborating to improve MCH Outcomes
The Value of Title V Programs as Collaborators and Partners
The challenges Maternal and Child Health agencies are working to address are often complex and intersectional requiring collaborations across various sectors and agencies. Collaborations can break down siloes and advance common goals. Title V agencies are critical partners and often leaders of multi-sector collaborations.
The value of Title V programs as leaders, collaborators, and partners is demonstrated through the various resources on this webpage.
The Power of Prevention
This issue brief,
The Power of Prevention for Mothers and Children: The Cost Effectiveness of Maternal and Child Health Interventions reviews economic analyses of maternal and child health intervnetions and the role of Title V in these interventions.
The following are three family stories regarding the value and impact of partnering with Title V. One from the perspective of a dad caring for his son with special health care needs, another from a mom who shares her success in working with a doula, and the third from a youth who shares her journey to public health advocacy
The Return on Investment (ROI) modules are a training curriculum designed to help MCH professionals understand and calculate economic investments. This curriculum can help Title V programs demonstrate the value of investing in MCH.
Materials coming soon!
Module #1 : Retern on Investment (ROI) & Prevention Economics
Module #2: Critical Cross-Cutting Concepts
Module #3: Overview of Program Cost and Benefit Considerations
Module #4: Course Review