Engagement Survey

Please submit only one response per organization.

Steward: National Association of County and City Health Officials (Emily Bernard)

NACCHO's definition of Community Continuity of Care (CCOC) is "the process by which families are given consistent high quality breastfeeding education and support and adequate care coordination across all providers and service institutions within their community from the prenatal period through weaning".

The main goal of this collaborative group is to "Develop a blueprint for community support continuity of care, in partnership with other national organizations"

The following implementation strategies were identified in the Surgeon General's Call to Action to Support Breastfeeding:
  • Create comprehensive statewide networks for home- or clinic-based follow-up care to be provided to every newborn in the state
  • Establish partnerships for integrated and continuous follow-up care after discharge from the hospital
  • Establish and implement policies and programs to ensure that participants in WIC have services in place before discharge from the hospital

    If your organization is interested in joining the Continuity of Care Constellation, please fill out the survey below.

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* 1. Organization Name

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* 2. Is your organization currently a member of the USBC?

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* 3. Name of Individual Completing Survey

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* 4. E-mail Address of Individual Completing Survey

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* 5. Please include the name and email addresses of the designated representatives to this group: they will be placed on the roster and list serv.

Note: Designated representatives do NOT need to be one of your (1-4) member representatives to the USBC, as long as they are designated by your organization.

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* 6. Do the individuals listed currently have profiles on the USBC website?

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* 7. What can your organization contribute to its affiliation with this collaborative work group?

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* 8. What does your organization want to get out of its affiliation with this collaborative work group?

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* 9. Other comments?

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