MCH priority implementation
The MCH program partners with local public health agencies and other community partners to achieve collective success in effectively serving Colorado’s MCH population. Following the identification of the seven MCH priorities in 2015, an MCH Implementation Team (MIT) was formed around each MCH priority. The MITs were charged with using ASTHO's evidence-based public health toolkit to develop state and local logic models and action plans for each priority area.
The state and local action plans highlight evidence-based strategies, coordinated between the state and local levels, that are intended to impact the MCH state and national performance measures over the next five years.
The local action plans provide guidance for local public health agencies on goals, objectives and key activities to address the priorities. Click on the links below to access the 2012 MCH Conference presentations, state logic models and action plans, and local logic models and action plans.