The National Association of County and City Health Official's (NACCHO) Advanced Practice Centers (APC) Program is a network of local health departments that exist to serve the public health community, developing resources and training on topics such as:
- Vulnerable populations
- Risk communication
- Countermeasure distribution
- Workforce development
The Mesa County Health Department (MCHD) was awarded a grant from the National Association for County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) to serve as an Advanced Practice Center (APC) site in 2009 and again in 2010.
View our new video on the Blueprint Toolkit and MRC volunteers!
The Mesa APC team will be holding a webinar to provide hospitals, public health, and volunteer groups with a comprehensive look into the Blueprint Toolkit. In this webinar the audience will learn how to:
- Help their jurisdiction lay the foundation with their partners and identify the benefits of implementing Blueprint Toolkit.
- Access and modify the tools
- Use the models for training and exercise development
- Plan for the rapid integration of volunteers into surge situations
Please contact Tamara Capp at Tamara.Capp@mesacounty.us or by phone at 248-6941 for questions, comments or concerns.
The Mesa County Advanced Practice Center (APC) at the Mesa County Health Department is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO).