Committees with SCHSAC Representation - Minnesota Dept. of Health

MDH Committees with SCHSAC Representation

The following MDH committees include a representative also serving on SCHSAC:

Healthy Minnesota Partnership

The Healthy Minnesota Partnership brings community partners and the Minnesota Department of Health together to improve the health and quality of life for individuals, families, and communities in Minnesota.

SCHSAC Representative:
Vacant

Program Contact(s):
Jeannette Raymond, MDH Center for Public Health Practice
Dorothy Bliss, MDH Center for Public Health Practice

State Preventive Health Advisory Committee

The State Preventive Health Advisory Committee is a federally mandated committee associated with the Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant, chaired by the Commissioner of Health.

SCHSAC Representative:
Marcia Ward, Winona County Commissioner

Program Contact(s):
Becky Buhler, MDH Center for Public Health Practice

Minnesota Public Health Research to Action Network

The Minnesota Public Health Research to Action Network is a partnership of SCHSAC, Minnesota Local Public Health Association, University of Minnesota School of Public Health, and MDH. The network was created to produce important new insights and relevant findings that can be used by practitioners and elected officials to improve public health services, organizations, and systems, and ultimately improve the health of Minnesotans.

The Steering Committee no longer meets regularly.
SCHSAC will continue to be engaged in future projects.

Program Contact(s):
Kim Gearin, MDH Center for Public Health Practice
Beth Gyllstrom, MDH Center for Public Health Practice

Environmental Health Continuous Improvement Board

As of March 24, 2017, the Environmental Health Continuous Improvement Board is a SCHSAC workgroup.

Maternal and Child Health Advisory Task Force

The Maternal and Child Health Advisory Task Force was created by the Minnesota Legislature in 1982 to advise the Commissioner of Health on the health care services/needs of maternal and child health populations in Minnesota, on the use of funds for maternal and child health and children with special health needs administered through MDH, and the priorities and goals for maternal and child health activities.

SCHSAC Representative:
Susan Morris, Isanti County Commissioner

Program Contact(s):
Visit the MCH Advisory Task Force online.