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Public health is an essential public service for our communities. Sustainable funding is vital to preserving the robust public health infrastructure needed to respond to both every day and emerging public health threats. NYSACHO’s state budget priorities seek always to assure that local health departments receive the state aid necessary to maintain and strengthen local core public health services that promote health and wellness and prevent disease, disability and injury throughout New York State.
Building Emergency Response Capacity for New York State: Protecting the Public Health Workforce During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Local health departments play a vital role in implementing public health laws and policies to protect our communities
Underfunded But Undeterred: The biggest public health threat we all face is the erosion of support for the local public health infrastructure
Where we live, learn, work, and play often determines our health outcomes
Revenue policy is not necessarily health neutral. Learn about how a sugar-sweetened beverage tax can support better health behaviors and outcomes.
Tobacco product taxes decrease tobacco use, particularly among youth. They help reduce the chronic diseases that are the leading causes of death, and key comorbidities for COVID-19.
New York lead the nation last year in implementing comprehensive tobacco and vaping control and prevention measures. So why does the Executive Budget proposal cut state funding for the implementation of these policies?