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Community Crisis Response Programs: Implications for MCH Populations
Community Crisis Response Programs: Implications for MCH Populations

By Ashley Sanchez-Garcia, Behavioral Health Intern, Health Systems Transformation   Many people rely on the police in times of crisis, and reports estimate that approximately 20 percent of calls made to the police involve a behavioral health emergency. However,...

AMCHP Reflections from Black Maternal Mental Health Week
AMCHP Reflections from Black Maternal Mental Health Week

AMCHP joined forces with mental health advocates, organizational leaders, parents, and caregivers across the U.S. to learn together and advocate for change during Black Maternal Mental Health Week.  Black Maternal Mental Health Week (BMMHW) is an annual event founded...

The 2021 AMCHP Member Assessment is Now Available!
The 2021 AMCHP Member Assessment is Now Available!

Every year, we administer a member assessment to learn more about you, our valued members. We gather your input on our services and products and how we can improve the benefits you receive through our membership. This assessment also offers crucial insights that our...

To Improve Maternal Health, We Must Depoliticize Racial Equity
To Improve Maternal Health, We Must Depoliticize Racial Equity

Authors: Terrance E. Moore, MA, Chief Executive Officer at the Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP)  Cheryl L. Clark, DrPH, RHIA, Associate Director, Equity, Epidemiology, and Evaluation at AMCHP Jonathan Webb, MPH, MBA, Chief Executive Officer...

AMCHP’s “Sharing Your Why” Project for the 2022 Annual Conference
AMCHP’s “Sharing Your Why” Project for the 2022 Annual Conference

Thank you for joining us at the AMCHP 2022 Annual Conference, held virtually from May 24-26, and being part of our Sharing Your Why plenary session where WHY was front and center. Get inspired by our maternal and child health (MCH) community through their stories....