IMPROVING HEALTH OUTCOMES IN THE MATERNAL AND CHILD POPULATIONS
Under the New Mexico Department of Health, the Maternal Child Health Epdemiology Program (MCHEP) works to improve access to health services and reduce disparities in health outcomes for the mothers, expecting mothers, children and teens through partnerships and collaboration with other agencies in New Mexico
The New Mexico MCH Epidemiology Program works to promote and improve the health and well-being of women, children, and families by building capacity at state, local, and tribal levels, using and applying sound epidemiologic research and scientific information to maternal and child health programs and policies.
Funded through Title V, these programs are created for and are available to all New Mexicans.
These programs include:
Special Health Care Needs