14 Agencies Achieve Project Public Health Ready Recognition

NACCHO’s Project Public Health Ready (PPHR) program is pleased to recognize or re-recognize 14 local and regional health agencies for their ability to plan for, respond to, and recover from public health emergencies. Four agencies from Texas, Michigan, Florida, and Tennessee have earned PPHR recognition…

NACCHO Looks to Global Learning to Address Local Health Challenges

Although the United States is making bold strides in many areas of health, we have an opportunity to learn from public health practitioners beyond our borders—even those with limited resources—who are making significant progress around common challenges.  By seeking ideas and solutions being explored around…

Infographic: Public Health Emergency Preparedness Across the U.S.

In December 2018, NACCHO released the 2018 Preparedness Profile, which describes the landscape of public health emergency preparedness across the United States. The assessment gathers information about preparedness trends and emerging issues at local health departments (LHDs) to provide an evidence-based foundation for future public…

Project Public Health Ready (PPHR) Reviewer Recruitment Open!

Project Public Health Ready (PPHR) is currently seeking national reviewers for our Fall 2019 review of local health department applications. This is a great opportunity to learn about innovative practices in preparedness, network with colleagues from across the nation, and serve the local public health preparedness…