COVID-19 Health Equity Grant (OT2103) Recipients

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Hello, OT2103 grant recipients! Welcome to your virtual community, where you can share resources and ideas as well as give and receive support among fellow grant recipients. NACCHO staff and some of our partners are here as well. 

We hope this community will prove to be fruitful! Should you have any questions or comments or require access to the discussion board, please contact Brianna Aldridge, Health Equity & Social Justice Program Analyst. You can reach her here or email her at

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  • National Webinar: Promoting Health Equity Through Economic Mobility

    Join Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) for a deep dive into the reciprocal connections between health and income. A person’s economic well-being is a powerful driver of their mental and physical health outcomes, and vice versa. The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted this intricate relationship, emphasizing the simultaneous challenges faced by people in the United States in terms of their employment, their financial stability, and their health.


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  • 2023 Regional Virtual Summits

    Dear Local Health Department Recipients, 


    Please join NACCHO for an upcoming OT21-2103 technical assistance offering (virtual regional summits) on Addressing the Gap: Embedding Health Equity into Maternal Health Programming!  


    Each of the five virtual regional summits will highlight how local health departments can take action on the current maternal health crisis and give attendees the opportunity to hear from public health leaders in a panel discussion followed by a peer learning activity.   


    These summits provide a unique opportunity and a safe space to analyze the health inequities and discriminatory systems that birthing persons encounter throughout the maternal care experience. Discussions will focus on local, state, and national policies and initiatives, community engagement, planning and preparation. These virtual events will share timely and relevant information to advance COVID-19 Health Disparities strategies and help transform those systems that play a crucial role in supporting maternal health.  


    Each region will convene for a 2-hour virtual summit. Please register for your region here: 

    October 10th: Northeast 

    October 10th: West 

    October 11th: South/Southeast 

    October 11th: Southwest 

    October 12th: Midwest 


    If you have any questions, please contact NACCHO at

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