This brief paper provides an overview of cross-jurisdictional sharing and how it might be applicable to environmental health.
The Muskie School of Public Service at the University of Southern Maine provided the following materials on behalf of the City of Portland Maine’s Public Health Division. Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Project Final Narrative Report (January 2015) This report provides a brief overview of the work the University of Southern Maine did on behalf of the City […]
This document explores how two public health departments in Nevada progressed through the Roadmap to Develop Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing Initiatives to form a CJS agreement. It also highlights the lessons they learned along the way.
The purpose of this report was to provide empirical estimates of Local Health Departments’ (LHDs’) cost structure. Using cost information for 2012 from 15 LHDs in North Carolina for two public health services—food and lodging and onsite water—this report first presents estimates of the total costs per service provided. In a second step, total costs […]
The Center for Sharing Public Health Services (the Center) granted competitive awards of approximately $10,000 each to a total of 15 sites through its small grants program. This program was designed to fill specific gaps in the Center’s knowledge, affirm and/or refine initial learnings, and assist the sites in achieving their program goals.
Six counties in Colorado’s San Luis Valley began to explore ways to work together to provide environmental health services at the local level.
County managers in Genessee and Orleans hoped that by coming together and sharing resources and staff, they could stabilize and ultimately expand the services offered by their departments.