Resources: Archived


  1. 2007-2008 F2F HIC Data Brief - (pdf)
    A 1-page data brief highlighting the activities of Family-to-Family Health Information Centers from July 2007 through June 2008.
  2. Data Summary of 21 Funded F2F HICs (July, 2004 through June, 2005) (pdf)
    Findings from 21 funded F2F HICS for the period July, 2004 through June, 2005, summarized by: families and professionals needing assistance, information and assistance provided, help with health care financing issues, and outreach to families and professionals.
  3. Data Summary of 13 Funded F2F HICs (July, 2003 through June, 2004) (pdf)
    Findings from 13 funded F2F HICS for the period July, 2003 through June, 2004, summarized by: families and professionals needing assistance, information and assistance provided, help with health care financing issues, and outreach to families and professionals.
  4. Family to Family Health Information Centers Data Summary (July, 2003 through June, 2004) (pdf)
    Charts and highlights of data reported to Family Voices by F2F HICs and Network Members; includes data about contacts with families and professionals, topics of information provided during contacts, issues with health care financing, and broader scope activities, such as newsletters distributed, listserv members, handouts, meetings, and underserved population reached.
  5. Innovative Strategies for Strengthening Family to Family Health Information And Education Centers (pdf)
    A 35-page report prepared for CMS by Thomson Medstat, Research and Policy Division, that provides a brief overview of the F2F HICs and examples of grantees' strategies focused on such areas as developing partnerships, enhancing communication with families, serving culturally diverse populations, facilitating the transition to adulthood and ensuring sustainability.
  6. Activities and Accomplishments of the Family to Family Health Care Information and Education Center Grantees (pdf and html)
    A 55-page paper prepared for CMS that describes the activities of the 19 Grantees funded in fiscal year 03 and 04 from CMS and six Grantees funded in fiscal year 02 by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB), providing information about grant activities, implementation challenges, and accomplishments of the F2F HICs.