The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) priorities statewide, and aligned planning, require commitment and "shared" responsibility among the state Title V program, partnering state agencies, families/consumers, and other valued state and local programs partners.
Success with advancing these priorities lies in the strength of partnerships and willingness to align efforts and collectively impact outcomes.
2021 to 2025 Title V State Action Plan Priorities
Women have access to and utilize integrated, holistic, patient-centered care before, during, and after pregnancy.
All infants and families have support from strong community systems to optimize infant health and well-being.
Children and families have access to and utilize developmentally appropriate services and support through collaborative and integrated communities.
Adolescents and young adults have access to and utilize integrated, holistic, patient-centered care to support physical, social, and emotional health.
Professionals have the knowledge, skills, and comfort to address the needs of maternal and child health populations.
Communities, families, and providers have the knowledge, skills, and comfort to support transitions and empowerment opportunities.
Strengths-based supports and services are available to promote healthy families and relationships.