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DCAFH. Division of Child, Adolescent and Family Health. DCAFH. David Heppel Peter Conway, Deputy Director Doris Zuessman. Infant and Early Childhood Health Branch Phyllis Stubbs-Wynn Chief Lorraine Brown, Dena Green, Paul Rusinko, Joe Zogby, Yolanda Baker Stephanie Bryn

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DCAFH

Division of

Child, Adolescent and

Family Health

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DCAFH

David Heppel

Peter Conway, Deputy Director

Doris Zuessman

Infant and Early Childhood Health Branch

Phyllis Stubbs-Wynn

Chief

Lorraine Brown,

Dena Green,

Paul Rusinko,

Joe Zogby,

Yolanda Baker Stephanie Bryn

Seeta Gowda

Office of

Adolescent Health

Trina M. Anglin

Chief

Sharon Adamo,

Isadora Hare,

Audrey Yowell,

  • Dan Kavanaugh,
  • Tina Turgel,
  • Ivy Vedamuthu,

Mark Nehring,

Sweena Aulakh,

Pam Vodicka

dcafh activities
Adolescent Health Support Network (National Adolescent Health Information Center, State Adolescent Health Coordinators Network, National Adolescent Health Center for State MCH Personnel, Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs)

Bright Futures

Child Abuse/Neglect

Child Care

Child Death Review

Community Integrated Services Systems (CISS)

Comprehensive Adolescent Health

Early Childhood Health and Development

Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC)

Immunization

Integrated Health and Behavioral Health Care for Children, Adolescents and their Families

Injury & Violence Prevention/Children’s Safety Network

Lead Poisoning

Medical Home

Mental Health

Oral Health

Parenting/Parental support

Partners in Program Planning for Adolescent Health (PIPPAH)

Partnership for Information and Communication (PIC)

Quality Measurement/Improvement

School Health and Safety

State Early Childhood Comprehensive Care Systems Initiative

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

Suicide Prevention

DCAFH Activities
office of adolescent health
Office of Adolescent Health

PROGRAMMATIC THEMES

  • Comprehensive purview of adolescent health
  • Healthy youth development
  • Partnership formation
  • Support to States and communities
  • National Initiative to Improve Adolescent Health by 2010
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Office of Adolescent Health

AREAS OF ENDEAVOR

SCHOOL HEALTH

  • National Coordinating Committee on School Health
  • Center on School-Based Health Care
  • Mental Health in Schools

PROMOTION OF MENTAL HEALTH    

  • Mental Health in Schools (with co-support from SAMHSA)
  • Integrated Health and Behavioral Health Care
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Office of Adolescent Health

AREAS OF ENDEAVOR (cont)

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS WITH PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

  • Partners in Program Planning for Adolescent Health
  • National Coordinating Committee on School Health and Safety

Adolescent Health Resource Cooperative Agreement Program

- National Adolescent Health Information Center (NAHIC)

- Public Policy Analysis and Education Center for Middle Childhood, Adolescent and Young Adult Health (PAE/CAYAH)

- State Adolescent Health Resource Center for MCH Personnel (SAMCH)

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Office of Adolescent Health

AREAS OF ENDEAVOR (cont)

NATIONAL INITIATIVE TO IMPROVE ADOLESCENT HEALTH

BY THE YEAR 2010

  • With CDC/DASH
  • Based on Healthy People 2010 objectives and MCH performance measures
  • Uses a healthy youth development framework
  • Current foci

- States

- National professional membership associations

  • Participation by several MCHB programs with principal support by

Adolescent Health Resource Cooperative Agreement Program

emergency medical services for children
Emergency Medical Services for Children

To reduce child and youth mortality and

morbidity sustained due to severe illness

or trauma

  • 56 Partnership Grants: 50 States, 5 Territories, and the District of Columbia
  • Enhancing Pediatric Patient Safety Grants
  • National Trauma Registry for Children Planning Grants
  • Clinical Practice Guidelines for Children Grants
  • Targeted Issues Grants
  • Enhancing technical assistance to States
    • National EMSC Data Analysis Resource Center NEDARC
    • EMSC National Resource Center – Children’s National Medical Center
  • Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN)
  • EMS Partnership for Children Stakeholders Group
mchb oral health program
MCHB Oral Health Program

MCHB Leadership Role

  • Block Grants and SPRANS
  • Partnerships

States and Communities, Health Professions,

National Organizations & Foundations, HRSA Field Offices

Other Federal Agencies

  • Model guidelines and tools

anticipatory guidance, needs assessment,

public health program models,

community development,

“how to” manual, standardization tool

  • Oral Health Support Systems

National Resource Center

      • Statewide oral health program assessments
      • Sealant programs
      • School-based / school-linked programs
      • http://www.mchoralhealth.org/

National Oral Health Policy Center

infant and child health branch
Infant and Child Health Branch

Areas of Emphasis:

  • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
  • Child Health Systems Development

(SCHIP)

  • Community Organization
  • Health and Safety in Child Care
  • State Maternal and Child HealthEarly Childhood Comprehensive SystemsGrants
early childhood development healthy child care america
Early Childhood Development/Healthy Child Care America

CORE PROGRAMS AREAS:

1. Quality Assurance

2. Infrastructure Building

3. Outreach

mchb state early childhood comprehensive systems development initiative
MCHB STATE EARLY CHILDHOOD COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE

GOALS

To provide leadership to the development of cross service systems integration partnerships in support of children in early childhood and enhance their ability to enter school healthy and ready to learn.

To support States and communities in their efforts to build early childhood service systems that address the following:

  • access to medical homes
  • social -emotional development
  • early care and education
  • parenting education
  • family support.
injury violence prevention
Injury/Violence Prevention
  • Health, Mental Health & Safety in Schools
    • With the American Academy of Pediatrics and the National Association of School Nurses
    • Approximately 125 guidelines developed by 14 panels
  • National Youth Bullying Prevention Media Campaign
  • Children’s Safety Network
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DCAFH Activities

Partnership for Information and Communication (PIC)

Purpose: To share information about MCH issues with decision makers

Membership: National Governors Association, National Conference of State Legislatures, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, National Association of County and City Health Officials, CityMatCH, AMCHP, Grantmakers in Health, Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies Coalition, Family Voices, Washington Business Group on Health, National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation

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