AMCHP RESOURCE LIBRARY

The AMCHP Resource Library is your destination for the latest in maternal and child health evidence and information. Use our database to access toolkits, webinars, publications and other products created by AMCHP program staff and partners that inform your public health practice and support you in serving families in your community.

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AMCHP Blueprint for Change Webinars
AMCHP Blueprint for Change Webinars

In partnership with the Maternal & Child Health Bureau (MCHB), AMCHP hosted a two-part webinar series on the Blueprint for Change. The Blueprint for Change is a national framework for a system of services for children and youth with special health care needs...

Collaboration NOT Competition
Collaboration NOT Competition

Collaboration Not Competition is all about addressing the ways white supremacy culture and anti-Blackness show up in our work, foster environments of scarcity, and stifle relationship- and power building. One of the antidotes to this is normalizing communicating about...

Birth Equity Ecosystem Map
Birth Equity Ecosystem Map

This interactive Birth Equity Ecosystem Map was created with funding from the Pritzker Children’s Initiative in order to synthesize existing recommendations, strategies, and frameworks to offer a comprehensive vision of what the birth equity system needs in order to...

Medicaid Renewal Public Service Announcement (PSA) Videos
Medicaid Renewal Public Service Announcement (PSA) Videos

AMCHP collaborated with a community-based organization, El Centro, to create these brief video resources, available in English and Spanish, to provide a background for consumers on the Medicaid renewals happening now and where to get help. Partners wishing to add...

Understanding Power Dynamics and Privilege
Understanding Power Dynamics and Privilege

Power dynamics result from an imbalance between individuals/groups in access to resources. Those with greater economic and social capital hold more power and hold greater influence. An individual’s ability, race, gender, and sexual orientation are often associated...

Protecting Community Intellectual Property
Protecting Community Intellectual Property

Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names, and images used in commerce. The intellectual property of people, especially intellectuals, creatives, scholars, caregivers, and...