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HTPCP is a competitive grant program that awards funds to innovative, community-based projects to improve access to health care and promote preventive health services. To learn more, visit Program Overview.

View the helpful infographic about HTPCP program investments since 1989, the impact, reach, and sustainability of projects after federal funding ends.
Project director and National Center for Medical Home Implementation Project Advisory Committee member, Joan Jeung, MD, MS, FAAP, is the recipient of the prestigious Jefferson Service Award for her work on Empowering Mother’s Initiative.
National Physical Fitness and Sports Month
Quick Start Guide to Behavioral Health Integration
Paper: Community Health Needs Assessments— Aligning the Interests of Public Health and the Health Care Delivery System to Improve Population Health
Injury and Violence Leading Health Indicators Update
Community Health Worker Toolkit
Blog post: Why Health Isn't Just Health Care's Problem
MCH Navigator Online Assessment Tool Available




To help support community-based programs in planning for sustainability, Healthy Tomorrows has released four tip sheets.
Ninety two percent of Healthy Tomorrows projects sustain 1 year beyond their 5-year grant and a majority have documented outcomes. View the updated data brief to learn more about the sustainability and impact of Healthy Tomorrows projects.
Healthy Tomorrows: Past, Present and Future video highlights the work of the HTPC Program, collaborative partnerships, family involvement, evaluation, cultural competence, and sustainability.
End Games: The Challenge of Sustainability report discusses what funders and grantees think about sustainability of their community-based initiatives intended to improve conditions and outcomes for children and families.
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