DPH: Office of Multicultural Health

Office of Multicultural Health
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The Office of Multicultural Health is responsible for providing leadership in promoting, protecting and improving the health of all Connecticut residents by eliminating differences in disease, disability, and death rates among ethnic, racial and culturally diverse populations. 

The Office promotes access to quality health education and health care services; facilitates presence of diverse populations in health planning, program development, policy formation, and outreach and awareness initiatives. The Office functions largely through collaboration with statewide partners. The Office recommends policies, procedures, activities and resource allocations to improve health among the state’s underserved and diverse populations, and to eliminate health disparities.

Health Equity Policy Statement  {PDF}
Statutory Mandates/ Authority  {PDF}
CT Cultural Competency Legislation, Continuing Education  {PDF}
MCH Activities/Accomplishments  {PDF}
OMH Staff  {PDF}
2011 CT Health Resource Directory {PDF}
CT Multicultural Health Network  {PDF}
Register to be a Speaker  {PDF}
Request for Speaker  {PDF}
Potential Topics for Speaking Engagements  {PDF}
NPA Draft Health Plan – Under construction
CT Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities Plan
Social Determinants of Health  {PDF}
ADA- Access to Medical Care for People with Mobility Disability
  2010 ADA Survey - The ADA 20 years later  {PDF}
Civil Rights Act of 1964  {PDF}
Executive Order 13166: Improving Access to Services for Persons with Limited English Proficiency  {PDF}
Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Meaningful Access
For more information, please contact:
CT Dept. of Public Health, Office of Multicultural Health, 
410 Capitol Avenue, MS# 11OMH, Hartford, CT 06106. 
Tel (860) 509-7140. Fax (860) 509-7853. Email
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