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NACCHO Supports a Number of White House Public Health Approaches to Stem the Opioid Crisis
Washington, DC, March 19, 2018 — The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), representing nearly 3,000 local health departments, commends
the inclusion of public health approaches as part of the White House’s Initiative to Stop Opioid Abuse. The initiative includes support of expanding access to evidence-based
treatment, including Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), as well as removing barriers to Medicaid reimbursement for treatment. The plan also seeks to increase the availability of
opioid overdose reversing drugs, including Naloxone, to first responders.

Link: https://www.naccho.org/uploads/downloadable-resources/FINAL_White-House-Opioid-Recommendations-Response_3.19.18.pdf

Exhibit & Sponsorship Opportunities — 2018 NACCHO Annual Conference

NACCHO Annual attendees are interested in meeting with companies, organizations, and universities that provide services and products for city and county public health officials. Of the local health departments that have shared financial information with NACCHO, almost half spend more than $1 million annually.

The Exhibit Hall is an integral part of the NACCHO Annual Conference. You will find more than 1,300 interested public health professionals searching for resources and products from companies like yours.

As one of the only cross-disciplinary learning opportunities for the public health community, NACCHO Annual attracts a broad range of leaders and decision-makers. Don’t miss the opportunity to put your product and services in front of this influential audience.

For more information on becoming an exhibitor or sponsor, please contact Deanne Rockola Altman at Drockola@sponsorshipboost.com or 301-658-2115.

Faces of Local Public Health

The “Faces of Local Public Health” is a monthly profile series on the NACCHO website that highlights the achievements of active members. The posts will include a member’s brief biography, professional photo, and description of their success story. 

Eligibility: Open to all staff at local health departments that are active, dues-paying members. To check membership status, email membership@naccho.org. 

If you have any questions on the process, please contact membership@naccho.org and include "Faces of Local Public Health" in the subject line, or call 202-507-4250. 

Thank you for taking the time to support the membership efforts of NACCHO. All nominations will be reviewed by the Membership Committee, chaired by Winnie Holland, HELM Program Director at Clay Behavioral Health Center. 


Who's Who

Who's Who features committee and workgroup chairs as a way to recognize NACCHO's volunteer leaders.

Our March featured chair is Melissa Marquis MS, RN from West Hartford-Bloomfield Health District (Bloomfield, CT) and Farmington Valley Health District (Canton, CT).


Listen Up

Did you know NACCHO launched a podcast series? Listen here. 

The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Podcast Series features in-depth interviews with top public health officials.

The NACCHO Podcast Series

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