AMCHP and Got Transition Unveil New Implementation Toolkit to Help Title V Agencies Meet National Performance Measure 12 on Transition
July 30, 2019

The Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP), in partnership with Got Transition, released a new implementation toolkit to help Title V agencies meet National Performance Measure (NPM) 12, focused on transition to adult health care for youth with and without special health care needs.

The NPM 12 Toolkit is part of a series of toolkits that provide evidence-based and – informed practices, reports, publications, and other resources geared toward each NPM. The information within the toolkits can be implemented at the state, territory, and community levels. Toolkits include implementation-focused resources and guidance from AMCHP, including AMCHP’s Innovation Station, with contributions from Title V agencies and other partners in MCH and linkages to Got Transition’s website for additional resources.

The first five toolkits on the Well-Woman Visit (NPM 1), Breastfeeding (NPM 4), Developmental Screening (NPM 6), Bullying (NPM 9), and the Adolescent Well-Visit (NPM 10) can be found on AMCHP’s Implementation Toolkits page.

We hope these toolkits will encourage Title V programs to learn from one another and share their strategies and resources to improve maternal and child health practice across the country.