The Financial Assistance Contract with local health departments includes "Program Elements." These Program Elements are the programmatic and service deliverables. They describe the services the local health departments provide based upon the agreement with the Oregon Health Authority. Each Program Element is negotiated with the Conference of Local Health Officials.
There are periodic amendments to the Program Elements.
Grants Fiscal Year 2016
Program Element Descriptions and Funding Formulas
PE 05 Health Impact Assessment (HIA) Program (Phase I): Building Capacities in Local Public Health AuthoritiesPE 06 Brownfields and Public Health: Building Capacity in Local Public Health Authorities (LPHA)PE 07 HIV Prevention ServicesPE 08 Ryan White Program, Part B HIV/AIDS ServicesPE 09 Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program (PHEP) Ebola Supplement 2PE 10 Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Case Management ServicesPE 12 Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program (PHEP)PE 13 Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP)PE 14 Tribal Healthy Communities (HC)PE 15 Healthy Communities (HC) Phase II - ImplementationPE 16 Tribal Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (Tribal TPEP)PE 19 Program Design and Evaluation Services (PDES)PE 20 Statewide Lead-Line ProgramPE 21 Services to Victims of Sexual Offenses (OCADSV only)PE 25 Metropolitan Area Pertussis Surveillance (MAPS)PE 30 Community Prevention ProgramPE 31 Tribal Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program (Tribal PHEP)PE 34 Tribal Hospital Preparedness Program (Tribal HPP)PE 40 Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) ServicesPE 41 Reproductive Health ProgramPE 42 Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) ServicesPE 43 Public Health Practice (PHP) Immunization ServicesPE 44 School Based Health Centers (SBHC)PE 45 Tribal Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) ServicesPE 48 Teen Pregnancy Prevention Personal Responsibility Education Program PREPPE 50 Safe Drinking Water (SDW) Program
To request program elements from the previous year, contact Systems Innovation and Partnerships staff.
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