MDHHS invites public comment on Title V Block Grant application
- Reduce barriers, improve access and increase the availability of health services for all populations.
- Support coordination and linkage across the perinatal to pediatric continuum of care.
- Invest in prevention and early intervention strategies.
- Increase family and provider support and education for children with special health care needs.
- Increase access to and utilization of evidence-based oral health practices and services.
- Foster safer homes, schools, and environments with a focus on prevention.
- Promote social and emotional well-being through the provision of behavioral health services.
These priorities are linked to seven national performance measures and four state performance measures across five federally-identified population domains: women/maternal health, perinatal/infant health, child health, adolescent health and children with special health care needs.
Michigan’s Title V application is for services from Oct. 1, 2019 to Sept. 30, 2020, and also includes a report on activities and services provided in FY 2018.
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