Who We Are
The Michigan Center for Public Health Preparedness (MI-CPHP) is part of a national network of centers established to support preparedness efforts of state and local health departments nationwide. MI-CPHP is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. MI-CPHP training products are competency-based, performance driven, targeted to the public health workforce, and designed to enhance individual and agency competency. Built upon existing national CPHP resources, MI-CPHP products are developed in response to community need and are disseminated to the national network of centers via the Centers for Public Health Preparedness Education & Training Information Center.
The Michigan Center for Public Health Preparedness (MI-CPHP) and the original Centers for Public Health Preparedness (CPHP) program closed in August 2010. MI-CPHP courses and resources remain available through the Courses & Training and Resources & FAQ left-hand links. Some of these courses are now being maintained through the Michigan Public Health Training Center.