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Maternal and Child Health Federal Consolidated Programs

Program Funding
Total Spent
$35.5M
 
Total Obligated
$85.2M

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Number of Awards
33
Assistance Listing
93.110
Published Date
Objectives
The purpose of the Community Integrated Service Systems (CISS) program is to develop and expand: (1) home visitation; (2) participation of obstetricians and pediatricians; (3) integrated service delivery systems; (4) maternal and child health centers for women and infants, under the direction of a not-for-profit hospital; (5) services for rural populations; and (6) integrated state and community service systems for children and youth with special health care needs. The Heritable Disorders Program serves to improve the ability of States to provide newborn and child screening for heritable disorders and affect the lives of all of the nation??s infants and children. Newborn and child screening occur at intervals across the life span of every child. Newborn screening universally provides early identification and follow-up for treatment of infants affected by certain genetic, metabolic,…

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