Idaho Family-to-Family Impact FY2013
Families rate the usefulness of the support/information/resources they received from IPUL in helping them partner with (communicate with, talk with, work with) professionals to make decisions about their child's health care. See the article Here.
Family-to-Family Health Information Centers (F2F HICs) are statewide initiatives that assist the families of an estimated 11 million to 15 million children/youth with special health care needs or disabilities (CYSHCN), and the professionals who serve them. F2F HICs are uniquely able to help families because they are staffed by family members of CYSHCN who have first-hand knowledge and training in navigating the maze of health care services, programs, and insurance coverage for these children.
Idaho: The Maternal and Child Health Federal-State Partnership
The Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant to States program requires each state and jurisdiction to conduct a comprehensive Needs Assessment every five years and to identify 7-10 State priorities. The Needs Assessment findings and identified priorities provide a focus for the work of the state and jurisdictional Title V programs and guide the use of their Maternal and Child Health Block Grant funds. The following link gives data for Idaho's 2012 performance measures and goals for 2017. Click here.