Reports - Maternal and Child Health Advisory Task Force

Reports

Family Home Visiting Committee Report (March 2013)

The MCH Advisory Task Force convened the Family Home Visiting Committee to provide direction and guidance to the MDH on issues related to the Family Home Visiting Program's expansion and integration of evidence-based home visiting programs in Minnesota's health and early childhood systems

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Family Home Visiting Committee Report (PDF)

Infant Mortality Reduction Plan

This baseline report is part one of Minnesota's infant mortality reduction plan. It was developed in partnership with a diverse group of stakeholders from around the state to improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality in communities across Minnesota. The plan contains infant mortality baseline data for the 2006-2010 period, and it outlines seven broad recommendations to achieve infant mortality reduction in the state by 2020.

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Infant Mortality Reduction Plan (PDF)

Children and Youth with Special Health Needs (CYSHN) Strategic Plan

The Children and Youth with Special Health Needs (CYSHN) program worked directly with parents and community stakeholders to develop this strategic plan (2013-2018) which guides our work in meeting the needs of children and youth with special health needs. The main goals are to increase health equity and improve health outcomes across the lifespan. We identified seven priority needs to address in order to improve the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of public health services for families.

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CYSHN Strategic Plan (PDF)

Children and Youth with Special Health Needs (CYSHN) Annual Report

In 2015, The Children and Youth with Special Health Needs (CYSHN) program collaborated with families to improve programming, increased culturally appropriate outreach and communication, and designed creative health education materials along with other exciting work. We invite you to read our annual report to learn more about our programs, supports and resources available to children and youth with special health needs and their families.

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CYSHN Annual Report (PDF)