Thank you for taking the time to complete the Nevada Public Input Survey on Maternal and Child Health (MCH). Every year, as part of the annual Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Nevada Title V MCH Block Grant application, Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health is seeking feedback from key partners, stakeholders, and families.
Your input is greatly valued, and we appreciate your completing this survey to help us in meeting MCH priorities and improving the health of infants, children, adolescents, women of childbearing age, pregnant women, and children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) and their families. Nevada’s current MCH Priorities identified in the 2015 Needs Assessment include:
- Improve pre-conception and inter-conception health among women of childbearing age
- Breastfeeding promotion
- Increase developmental screening
- Promote healthy weight
- Reduce teen pregnancy
- Improve care coordination
- Reduce substance use during pregnancy
- Increase adequate insurance coverage among children
Information you provide will supplement the Public Input section of the 2018 Nevada Title V MCH Block Grant report and 2020 application. Your information will be confidential. The survey should take approximately 5-6 minutes to complete.