NACCHO Selects HIA Mentorship Program Winners


The National Association of County and City Health Officials’ Health Impact Assessment, or HIA, Mentorship Project is part of an effort to increase the use of HIAs among local health departments. Through support from the Health Impact Project, these health departments will receive peer-to-peer assistance, intensive technical support, and training, thereby advancing the practice of HIA among practitioners at local health departments while increasing the number of assessments completed in the United States.

Below are links to more information about the selected mentee projects and their HIA mentors:

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