Title V Population-Based Program

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FY 2009 Title V Population-Based Program - Comprehensive Childhood Obesity

The goal of the Texas Title V Population-based Prevention and Treatment of Childhood Obesity in Primary Care Setting Program is to create Comprehensive Childhood Obesity Services (CCOS) that include motivational techniques offered by a health educator and nutritionist in existing pediatric practices. The Program aims to decrease childhood obesity, address the local health needs of children, and strengthen health infrastructures in order to improve the health status of children.

The following documents are for the Title V Population-Based Services: Comprehensive Childhood Obesity Services program for use effective 9/1/09. If forms are updated, contractors will be notified and a revision date will be documented on the form. Visit this website for the most up-to-date resources and announcements.

Frequently Asked Questions

CCOS Frequently Asked Questions

Resource Documents:

Physician Guidelines and Protocol

Weight Goals and Intervention Description

Blood Pressure Chart
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Blood Pressure Chart - Girls
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CCOS Resource Document

Program Forms:

Referral Form Instructions (Updated January 13, 2009)

Program Referral Form (Updated January 13, 2009)

Child Health Assessment Instructions

Child Nutrition Assessment Instructions (Updated January 13, 2009)

Child Health Assessment (form)

Child Nutrition Assessment (form) (Updated January 13, 2009)

Older Child Goal Sheet (English)

Older Child Goal Sheet (Spanish)

Young Child Goal Sheet (English)

Young Child Goal Sheet (Spanish)

Youth Satisfaction Survey (English)

Youth Satisfaction Survey (Spanish)

Parent Satisfaction Survey (English)

Parent Satisfaction Survey (Spanish)

Report Templates:

Monthly Report Template

Semi-Annual Report Template

Annual Report Template


Title V Population-Based Program (Funded through FY 2009)

The goal of the Texas Title V Population-based Program is to provide population-based services that will improve the health status of the maternal and child population by eliminating health disparities in low birth weight, teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted disease and adequacy of prenatal care in order to improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality.


The goals of the Title V Population-Based Program are:

  1. To address local maternal and child health needs
  2. To build the local public health infrastructure relative to those needs
  3. To improve the health status of women, children and their families

Announcements:

Title V Population-based Policy Manual

Section 1
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Section 2
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Last updated February 01, 2012