MCH Technical Assistance, Training & Education (Formerly - Improve Child and Adolescent Health)
CSFA Number: 482-00-1071
Agency Name
Department Of Public Health (482)
Agency Contact
Andrea Palmer
312-814-1815
andrea.palmer@ilinois.gov
Short Description
In collaboration with the Department, the Grantee will:

1. Provide programs and services to support and enhance the provision of Maternal and Child Health Services (MCH) through public and provider specific information campaigns statewide.

2. Assist in the development and implementation of a plan for the reduction of infant mortality.

3. Provide technical assistance and training to improve the quality of care and the capacity of School Based Health Centers to serve MCH target populations.

4. Convene a MCH Family Council comprised of consumers of the Title V programs which represents the consumer perspective and makes recommendations on ways to enhance the consumer/family experience.

5. Assist the Neonatal Abstinence Advisory Committee, composed of members as set forth in 20 ILCS 2310/2310-677, in making recommendations to improve the health outcomes of infants born to mothers abusing opioids.
Subject Area
Education
Program Function
Education
Enabling Legislation
Social Security Act
Objectives and Goals
1. Provide programs and services to support and enhance the provision of Maternal and Child Health Services (MCH) through public and provider specific information campaigns statewide.
2. Assist in the development and implementation of a plan for the reduction of infant mortality.
3. Provide technical assistance and training to improve the quality of care and the capacity of School Based Health Centers to serve the MCH target populations.
4. Convene a MCH Family Council comprised of consumers of the Title V programs which represents the consumer perspective and makes recommendations on ways to enhance the consumer/family experience.
5. Assist the Neonatal Abstinence Advisory Committee, composed of members as set forth in 20 ILCS 2310/2310-677, in making recommendations to improve the health outcomes of infants born to mothers abusing opioids
Types of Assistance
Non-competitive
Uses and Restrictions
Allowable costs include: salaries, fringe benefits, contractual services, equipment, supplies, printing, telecommunications, and direct administrative costs (limited to 10%). "Of the amounts paid to a State under section 503 from an allotment for a fiscal year under section not more than 10 percent may be used for administering the funds paid under such section."
Eligibility Requirements
This is a non-competitive grant and Everthrive Illinois is the eligible applicant.
Eligible Applicants
Government Organizations;
Application and Award Processing
Program staff will conduct programmatic and fiscal review of application.
Assistance Consideration
NA
Post Assistance Requirements
All grantees are required to submit reports as required by the Department. Failure to submit required reports in a timely manner will result in holding reimbursements and may affect future funding to the grantee.

For the FY17 grant year, The grantee is required to submit monthly Reimbursement Certification forms for this grant by the 15th of the month following each month of service. If changes in line items of the approved budget are necessary, the grantee must submit a Budget Adjustment Request (This form will be provided when grants are awarded) in writing on approved Department forms, for approval by IDPH staff prior to making any of the requested expenditure changes.

Grantee will submit Consolidated Financial Reports within sixty (60) days after the Grantee's fiscal year ending on or after June 30, 2017.

Quarterly narrative reports of activities related to public and provider information campaigns, reduction of infant mortality, School Health Center technical assistance, the Neonatal Abstinence Advisory Committee and the MCH council.
Report of Family Council recommendations must be submitted in conjunction with each quarterly report
By the end of the third quarter, a narrative, suitable for inclusion in the State’s report on activities relative to the MCH Family council.
By January 31, 2017 the grantee will submit to IDPH Division of Maternal Child Health, a draft annual report of the work of the Neonatal Abstinence Advisory Committee, as listed below, that will be due to the legislature March 31 every year.
• Developing a definition of the disease
• Developing a protocol to identify the disease
• Identifying and developing methods of training personnel to identify the disease
• Reporting data to the Department; and
• Making recommendations to the Department to improve outcomes with respect to the disease.
Regulations, Guidelines, Literature
Illinois Standards for School Health Centers (Title 77:Public Health, Chapter IV, Sub-chapter J, School -Based/Linked Health Centers, Part 2200.)
Funding By Fiscal Year
FY 2018 : $380,000
FY 2019 : $188,165
FY 2020 : $188,165
Federal Funding
Notice of Funding Opportunities
None
Agency IDGrantee NameStart DateEnd DateAmount
96380056GEverThrive Illinois07/01/201806/30/2020376,330