Each month, NASHP’s Healthy Child Development State Resource Center features a resource highlighting the role of screening, referral and care coordination for healthy child development.
This month NASHP is featuring the Improving Developmental Care for Young Children and their Families in New Mexico report. The report encourages interagency collaboration among state policymakers, state officials, and stakeholders in health, early learning, and social services sectors. This resource was written by New Mexico’s Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems and Act Early State Teams. State officials may find the report’s recommendations about system alignment and data, screening and Medicaid, and community-based supports for healthy child development to be particularly helpful.
If you have a resource you’d like NASHP to post in the Resource Center or feature in the future, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Healthy Child Development State Resource Center is supported by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.