Michigan Local Public Health Accreditation
The Michigan Local Public Health Accreditation Program identifies and promotes the implementation of public health standards for local public health departments and evaluates and accredits departments based upon their ability to meet these standards.
The program is a collaborative effort between the Michigan Public Health Institute; the Michigan Departments of Agriculture and Rural Development, Environmental Quality, and Health and Human Services; the Michigan Association for Local Public Health; and Michigan's local public health departments. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services provides oversight and funding for the program.
Learn about the history of local public health accreditation in Michigan.
- 2016 Accreditation Tool (Cycle 6)
- Current HIV, AIDS and STD Accreditation Indicators
- How to Propose Modifications to the Accreditation Program Indicators
- Corrective Plan of Action Timelines
- Michigan Local Public Health Departments with High Morbidity Rates
- Michigan Local Public Health Departments with Low Morbidity Rates
- Michigan Public Health Institute Office of Accreditation and Quality Improvement