In the matter of approval to apply for the Title V Maternal Child Health Needs Assessment Community Voice Mini Grant. – Jennifer Little, Klamath County Public Health
Every five years, the State Title V Maternal, Child and Adolescent (MCAH) program conducts an assessment to better understand the health status and needs of Oregon’ women, children, youth and families; as well as the service system’s capacity to meet those needs. The needs assessment looks at the health of the entire population, with a special focus on populations that experience disparities. The results of the MCAH needs assessment are used to develop priorities for Oregon’s MCAH Block Grant programs to address over the next five years. KCPH will be partnering with Klamath Tribal Health and Family Services on this project.
Award maximum of $7,000.
Move that Klamath County Public Health’s request to apply for the Title V Maternal Child Health Needs Assessment Community Voice Mini Grant be approved. Fiscal Impact is Award maximum of $7,000. Authorize Department Head to sign.