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  Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program

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.

DID YOU KNOW?
In 2012 to 2014, 92% of Healthy Tomorrows’ programs were sustained after federal funding ended. Read the updated Healthy Tomorrows Data Brief.
 
SPECIAL FEATURE
An Interview with HTPCP Newark School-Based Health Center Program
 
RESOURCES
AAP Policy Statement: Maintaining and Improving the Oral Health of Young Children
Issue Brief: Vision Services for Children on Medicaid A Review of EPSDT Services
How to Develop a Success Story
Guide to Evidence-Based Programs for Adolescent Health
Social Determinants of Health
Webinar: Patient-Centered Pediatrics: Coordinating Care for Kids
Health Policy Leadership Fellowship Program

 

 

 
HTPCP

SUSTAINABILITY RESOURCES
Webinar series "More than Money: The Keys to Achieving Long-term Sustainability" is an opportunity for community programs to learn about the fundamental principles and practices to promote program sustainability.
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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