What is MCAH and why are we conducting a Title V five year needs assessment?

The Maternal Child Adolescent Health program was created to improve the health, safety and well-being of mothers and children, including children with special health care needs. In order to determine local and state priorities, local MCAH programs must conduct a needs assessment every five years. This allows us to obtain local stakeholder input, identify needs and issues specific to our community, and help us prioritize the specific areas that we need to focus on during the next five years.

We are asking various community members and agency partners to help us by providing your input through this survey. We are asking a few short questions regarding your demographics. This information is for reporting purposes only.

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* 1. Respondent's Initials

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* 3. If you answered "Agency or Organization" please indicate the name of the agency/organization.

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* 4. Please enter the sector  your agency or organization represents (i.e. academia, faith based, health care, family support organization, medical provider, school, trade/business sector, First Five/Head Start/Child Care, FQHC, etc.)

Please place a check next to your top priority(s) for each goal.

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* 5. Goal: Improve maternal health and increase access to care.

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* 6. Goal: Improve child and adolescent health and increase access to health care.

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* 7. Goal: Improve infant health and increase access to health care.

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* 8. Goal: Improve Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCH) health and increase access to health care.

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* 9. Goal: Improve Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCH) health and increase access to health care.

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+Rate reported is for regional data as county level rate is too unstable.

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* 10. If you would like to address other indicators, please feel free to add them here:

Thank you for taking our survey!
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