MCH Services Block Grant
Each July 15, the Family Health Section is required to
submit an application to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau.
The purpose is to monitor Wisconsin's Title V MCH Services Block Grant progress,
goal attainment and proper expenditure of funds.
To view narrative reports and forms for the Wisconsin
application/report, as well as compare how Wisconsin is doing in relation to
other states, visit
V Information System (TVIS)
website. (exit DHS)
Send an e-mail
to request a print copy of the entire 2013 Application/2011 Annual Report.
Wisconsin is required to solicit comments from partners and parents. Please
public input page to share your
As a recipient of the federal block grant,
is required to complete a statewide needs assessment every five years and
develop a plan of action for addressing priorities identified during the
Learn more about Wisconsin’s MCH Program by reading our
(PDF, 452 KB)
of the 2012 Wisconsin Title V MCH Block Grant. The summary helps orient
readers to the Title V MCH Block Grant, highlights key programmatic themes
and data points, provides specific examples of MCH Program activities, and
discusses a number of challenges and opportunities.
Application and Report
The following PDF files are excerpts from the 2014
application and 2012 report.
(PDF, 205 KB)
(PDF, 82 KB)
Performance Measures (PDF, 375 KB)
Measures (PDF, 151 KB)
Connecting the Dots:
Priorities and Measurements (PDF, 115 KB)
A chart demonstrating each of the priorities and the connections to National and
State Performance Measures and Outcome Measures, as well as the Healthiest
Wisconsin 2020 indicators can be found here.
(PDF, 139 KB)
All of the required data elements for the Title V MCH Block Grant are compared
to the targets established as well as data reported in previous years to
identify progress or slippage. An Excel spreadsheet that includes trend data on the required data elements by life stage can be found here.
April 22, 2014