NACCHO's Model Practices Award
National Association of County and City Health Officials
NACCHO's Model Practice Program honors and recognizes
outstanding local health officials and practices from
across the nation and shares and promotes these practices
among local health departments. By submitting a practice
for the award to the Model Practices Database, health
departments are helping to build the evidence-based
methods of providing public health services.
A model practice is an innovative resource, initiative,
program, administrative practice, tool, method of
communicating the value of governmental public health, or
way of doing business that can be evaluated. Model and
promising practices can come from all areas of local
public health, including, but not limited to, community
health, environmental health, emergency preparedness,
infrastructure, governmental public health, and chronic
All local health departments (LHDs) and NACCHO affiliate
members are eligible.
Amount of funding
These awards are honorary.
Emergency preparedness and response · Environmental health · Health conditions · Infrastructure · Public health · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention
National Association of County and City Health Officials,
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