NACMH was created on November 26, 1975.
Section 217 of the Public Health Service (PHS) Act (42 U.S.C. § 218 (PDF - 236 KB))
Federal Advisory Committee Act of 1972, as amended (5 U.S.C. Chapter 10)
Charter (PDF - 16 KB)
NACMH advises HHS and HRSA about migrant health centers and the people they serve.
At meetings, members discuss needs and concerns of migrant and seasonal agriculture (farm) workers, health providers, and health care leaders. The NACMH then recommends how to address those needs.
The HHS Secretary appoints members. There are 15 and they serve 4-year terms.
Review the current Council Member Roster.
Email the NACMH Designated Federal Official to nominate (select) yourself or someone else. You can do this at any time.
You or the person you nominate must be:
NACMH meets twice each calendar year.
In our D.C. meeting, we update members on:
When we meet in other places in the U.S., migrant and seasonal agriculture workers testify about issues that affect their health.
You can review the agenda, minutes (notes), and recommendations from past meetings.
November 2023 agenda (PDF - 259 KB)
July 2020 Canceled
May 2020 Rescheduled
May 2020 agenda (PDF - 163 KB)
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