Acting Director, Division of State and Community Health
HRSA Office of Communications
Per the federal-state Title V partnership and the Title V legislation, the Maternal and Child Health Bureau makes available quality and timely technical assistance to states.
The following reports were developed for the state Title V MCH programs, but they may be helpful to other Maternal and Child Health providers as they work to promote quality services and improve maternal and child health outcomes nationwide.
April 2013: State Maternal and Child Health Agency Priority Needs and Performance Measures for 2000, 2005, and 2010 (PDF – 778 KB) Executive Summary (PDF – 305 KB)
October 2009: Promising Practices to Improve Birth Outcomes: What Can We Learn from New York? (PDF – 285 KB)
January 2009: State Maternal and Child Health Programs to Address the Health and Healthcare Needs of Women (PDF – 199 KB)