Bureau of Family Health
What We Do
The Bureau of Family Health promotes the health of Iowa families by providing resources for health care services through public and private collaborative efforts. We advocate for services that are family-centered, community-based, and culturally sensitive. Through these efforts, community entities are empowered to develop local health care systems that meet present and future health needs.
Title V Block Grant Public Input
IDPH and University of Iowa-Division of Child and Community Health (Iowa's Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant Administrators) are collecting input on the proposed program activities for the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2023 Title V Block Grant application.
The survey is asking for feedback on two documents that can be found by clicking the titles below:
The online Google Form used to collect comments also contains the information provided in the documents above. Please CLICK HERE to provide your feedback on the online survey.
Please complete the survey by May 20th!
Even if you do not have any comments regarding the proposed activities, please take a moment to complete the survey stating that you had no comments. This is a way we can track and evaluate the effectiveness of web-based distribution. Please feel free to forward this on to any of your distribution list who you think would have an interest.
Thank you for your continued support to improve the lives of Iowa's mothers, children and families!
Toll Free Telephone Lines
The Bureau supports three toll free telephone lines providing information and referral services. They are:
- Provider Services Line - 1-800-383-3826 (used by local contract agencies, physicians and other private providers, and consumers)
- Healthy Families Line - 1-800-369-2229 (provides information on maternal, child and family planning services)
- TEEN Line - 1-800-443-8336 (provides health information and referral to local resources for adolescents)
You may "Contact Us" to submit questions online.