The Bureau of Family Health and Nutrition welcomes your comments about the needs of infants, children, adolescents and their families and services provided for them. This information helps us plan and evaluate services. Additionally, your comments significantly contribute to our annual application for the Maternal and Child Health Block Grant provided to states by the federal government.

Please note: Please take our confidential and quick survey; Your input is greatly valued; completing this confidential survey will help us set priorities and improve the health of some of our most vulnerable citizens.

Whether you want to comment specifically on the MCH Block Grant and the state's activities related to that or you want to comment more generally on the needs of children and families, your interest and willingness to provide input is appreciated. Note that when comments are reported, they are summarized so that people making them are not identified.

  • If you are responding to a specific measure or priority from the MCH Block Grant, please note which one in the subject line.
  • Otherwise, provide your general comment, concern, resource, or idea to which you want to draw our attention in the comment box.
  • If you have comments about a page on the website, please include the page URL in your message.

Please note: you do not have to include your contact information. However, if you provide your contact information, either phone number or email, we may contact you for further information or to clarify your comment. Messages sent from this page are submitted to the Bureau without identifying information, not even your email address.

This information is provided by Family Health and Nutrition within the Department of Public Health.

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