Title V Needs Assessment

 
 
 
 
 
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What would you like to do?

What would you like to do?

What you need to know

What you need to know

​​​​​​​​​​The Title V legislation requires the state, as part of the Ap​plication, to prepare and transmit a statewide Needs Assessment every five years that identifies (consistent with the health status goals and national health objectives) the need for:  

  1. Preventive and primary care services for pregnant women, mothers and infants u​p to age one;
  2. Preventive and primary care services for children; and
  3. Services for children with special health care needs.

Findings from the Five-year Needs Assessment serve as a cornerstone for the development of a five-year Action Plan for the state Title V program. The Needs Assessment findings should inform the selection of the state's seven to ten highest priority needs for its MCH and CSHCN populations. Selected priority needs should reflect the work of the state's Title V program and address areas in which the supported services can have a direct impact on the state and federal MCH priorities.​

The following Issue Briefs have been developed by the stakeholder members of the Title V MCH/CYSHCN Block Grant Needs Assessment Committee.  These briefs are intended only for use during the 2020 Needs Assessment process and are not intended to reflect the positions of DHHS.

2020 Needs Assessment Documents

Infants

Children

Youth

Children with Special Healthcare Needs

​Women

Cross-cutting

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