Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Block Grant Grantee Information

Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Block Grant Grantee Information

In Minnesota, two-thirds of Minnesota's Title V MCH Block Grant funds is distributed to Community Health Boards (CHBs). CHBs are required to provide annual financial and statistical information on how they used Title V funds.

In 2018, reporting of Title V MCH Block Grant reporting (including questions related to TANF) moved to REDCap. Community Health Boards - no longer use PPMRS to report Title V MCH Block Grant statistical and financial data.

Annual Reporting

Instructions for Annual Reporting

Report Data in MDH REDCap Production Environment

Additional Helpful Information

Community Health Board Grant Allocations

Use of Title V MCH Block Grant Funds

Success Stories

Minnesota’s Title V MCH Block Grant program is working to build a holistic view of maternal and child health work in the state. We are collecting success stories from all levels of public health across Minnesota. Do you have a success story you wish to share about work on maternal and child health in Minnesota? Please consider taking the time to fill out the survey, sign up for an informational interview with a member of the Title V team, or upload a report.

Title V Maternal and Child Health Success Survey

Filling out the survey or an interview should take between 5 and 30 minutes. Success stories pertaining to the Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant priority areas may be featured in our priority briefs or included in our federal and legislative reporting. Programs may also be highlighted in our social media and posted to the state website. Please contact Molly Meyer with any questions.

Forms

Grant Correspondence

Contact Us

Molly Meyer
Child and Family Health
molly.meyer@state.mn.us
651-201-4236

Kathy Wick
Child and Family Health
kathy.wick@state.mn.us
651-201-4870

Updated Monday, 11-Oct-2021 16:16:05 CDT