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The Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program (HTPCP) is was developed to support special projects demonstrating how states, local agencies, organizations, and communities can work together to improve health of mothers and children. The HTPCP supports a coalition that includes the federal and state governments, professional organizations, foundations, corporate leaders, and families. The HTPCP grant projects described in this document encourage community-based approaches, strengthening the ability of communities to build public-private preventive health strategies. For each of the 52 programs described the problem addressed by the program is given, along with the goals and objectives, methodology, and an evaluation statement. This document details Healthy Tomorrows projects in the following 28 states: (1) Alaska; (2) California; (3) Colorado; (4) Connecticut; (5) District of Columbia; (6) Georgia; (7) Hawaii; (8) Idaho; (9) Illinois; (10) Kansas; (11) Maryland; (12) Massachusetts; (13) Michigan; (14) Minnesota; (15) Mississippi; (16) Missouri; (17) New Hampshire; (18) New Mexico; (19) New York; (20) North Carolina; (21) Ohio; (22) Oregon; (23) Puerto Rico; (24) Rhode Island; (25) South Carolina; (26) Texas; (27) Virginia; and (28) Wisconsin. (BGC)

Descriptors: Agencies, Child Health, Child Rearing, Community Cooperation, Community Coordination, Community Services, Cooperative Planning, Early Childhood Education, Grants, Health Needs, Health Promotion, Health Services, Organizations (Groups), Program Descriptions, Public Agencies, Standards

National Maternal and Child Health Clearinghouse, 2070 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 450, Vienna, VA 22182-2536 (single copy, free).









Author: National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health, Arlington, VA.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=12481&id=ED391596







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