Welcome to the Kansas Maternal and Child Health Needs Assessment 2015!
MCH 2015 is a statewide, 5-year needs assessment and health planning process with the goal of improving the health of Kansas women and children,
including children and youth with special care needs (CYSHCN). Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) / Bureau of Family
Health (BFH) is the entity responsible for administration of the MCH services block grant and is the organizer of this process.
MCH 2015 brought together health care professionals, families, and other leaders to work on ways to improve the health of Kansas women and children. Over the past several months, we examined the health needs of the State, especially those that we have the power to change. Ten priorities were selected for the five year period 2011 through 2015.
See the Final Report and the Results tab for more information.
Thank you for your interest, and we invite you to join us in enhancing the health of Kansas women and children across the lifespan.
For more information on these efforts and how you can partner with us, please contact: