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40th Year Driving Change Changing Lives

Meg TraciDid you know ...

The Montana Disability and Health Program began in 2002. It was built on a foundation of some of the first health and wellness interventions for populations with disabilities. Rural Institute researchers designed these interventions with many disability and public health partners in Montana and other states the 1990s. Today, MTDH is one of 19 CDC state funded programs in the country. Meg Traci has directed the MTDH program from the beginning. In 2014, Meg was invited to participate in the White House Summit and Research Forum on Improved Health and Fitness for Americans with Disabilities. In 2015, Dr. Traci was invited to serve on the CDC National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental and the Division of Human Development and Disability, Disability and Health Branch Expert Panel.