AMCHP CEO STATEMENT
ON THE FINAL MAJORITY
DECISION IN DOBBS V. JACKSON
WOMEN’S HEALTH ORGANIZATION.
AND HEALTHY COMMUNITIES.
TO IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH
WE MUST DEPOLITICIZE
AMCHP BOARD PRESIDENT
HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE.
National Resource, Partner & Advocate
The Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP) is a national resource, partner, and advocate for state public health leaders who work and support state maternal and child health programs, and others working to improve the health of women, infants, children, youth, parents, families, and communities.
We build successful programs by disseminating best practices, advocating on behalf of our members in Washington, DC, providing technical assistance, convening leaders to share experiences and ideas, and advising states to reach our common goal of healthy children, healthy families, and healthy communities.
Protect and Promote
AMCHP members come from the highest levels of state government. They include directors of maternal and child health programs, directors of programs for children with special health care needs, and other public health leaders who work and support state maternal and child health programs. AMCHP’s membership also includes academic, advocacy, community-based family health professionals, adolescent health coordinators, program managers, epidemiologists, family leaders, people with lived experience with the challenges AMCHP endeavor to solve, as well as families themselves.
Resilient Children and Families Program (RCFP)
RCPF is a two- generation approach that alleviates family stress and the long-term impacts of adversity by promoting the social and emotional wellness of young children and the adults that care for them. Read More
Outdoor Recreation Accessibility Review: TRACK Trails
Kids in Parks/TRACK Trails was created in an effort to get kids and families “un-plugged”, outdoors and reconnected to nature for both their health and the health of our parks and public lands. Read More
Maimonides Pediatric Primary Care
The Building Resilience in Children, Families, Infants and Toddlers (BRIC FIT) initiative addresses a critical need for early childhood emotional and behavioral health within the pediatric medical home by using integrated mental health care in conjunction with a comprehensive social needs screening and referral program to address psychosocial needs for our most vulnerable families with children ages zero to five. Read More
This study investigates the relationship between systemic racism and poor maternal health outcomes in Black and Hispanic pregnant people. Read More
TELE-ASD-PEDS (TAP) Telehealth Evaluation Model
The TELE-ASD-PEDS (TAP) Telehealth Evaluation Model is a system designed to increase access to autism diagnostic consultation by allowing clinicians to consult with families and other providers remotely, using an interactive assessment tool designed specifically for these purposes. Read More
Statement by AMCHP CEO Terrance E. Moore on the Final Majority Decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Washington, D.C. – Today, AMCHP’s CEO Terrance E. Moore, issued the following statement in response to the final majority decision by the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization: “Today’s news confirms our worst...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Appointments to the AMCHP Board of Directors include 3 transitions, 2 re-elections, and 2 new additions to the Board, bringing the number of Board members to fifteen. Washington, DC – The Association of Maternal & Child Health...
AMCHP Board President Testifies Before House Appropriations Subcommittee on Fiscal Year 2023 Funding for the Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Washington, D.C. – Today, Belinda D. Pettiford, MPH, President of the Board of the Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP), testified before the House Appropriations Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and...
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