Resources and Partners
Health and Disability Project Partners
The National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD) mission is to promote the health of babies, children, and adults, and enhance the potential for full, productive living.
NCBDDD's work includes identifying the causes of and preventing birth defects and developmental disabilities, helping children to develop and reach their full potential, and promoting health and well-being among people of all ages with disabilities.
For more information, visit www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/
The Arc of the United States
The Arc promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.
The Arc's Core Values are People First, Equity, Community, Self-determination, and Diversity.
For more information visit www.thearc.org
National Disability Navigator Resource Collaborative
The NDNRC is an initiative aimed at providing cross-disability information and support to Navigators and other enrollment specialists thereby ensuring people with disabilities receive accurate information when selecting and enrolling in insurance through the Affordable Care Act Marketplaces. Among other activities, the NDNRC will publish 17 fact sheets with more information regarding specific disability related issues and state specific information as well. The NDNRC is funded through a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. NACCHO is proud to be a Friend of the NDNRC Project and promotes NDNRC information and fact sheets in our newsletters and toolbox. More »
Agencies, Associations, Networks, and Foundations
Health and Disability Tools
NACCHO's Toolbox is a free, online collection of local public health tools produced by members of the public health community. Tools within the Toolbox are materials and resources public health professionals and other external stakeholders can use to inform and improve their work in the promotion and advancement of public health objectives.