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Multnomah County Health Department’s Community Capacitation Center

  • Posted on: 26 August 2014
  • By: rybwmn
Phone: 
503.823.4000
Website URL: 
https://multco.us/health/public-health-practice/community-health-worker-capacitation
Multnomah County Health Department’s Community Capacitation Center provides training and technical assistance to organizations working to establish or strengthen their community health worker programs. This support includes recruitment and hiring of CHWs, development of CHW job descriptions, and support and supervision of CHWs. The Center’s 80-hour basic curriculum consists of three components and offers skill-based orientation to the health and social services system.
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University of Southern Mississippi Center for Sustainable Health Outreach (CSHO)

  • Posted on: 26 August 2014
  • By: rybwmn
Phone: 
(601) 266-6266
Website URL: 
http://www.usm.edu/health/center-sustainable-health-outreach
The University of Southern Mississippi Center for Sustainable Health Outreach (CSHO) works to support the role of community health workers as an essential component of sustainable community wellness. Through trainings such as The Community Health Advisor Network (CHAN) Training Workshop I & II and the Annual Unity Conference, designed for and about CHWs, CSHO provides support and technical assistance to CHWs. CSHO also assists CHWs by facilitating partnerships with funders, policy makers, health systems, and community organizations.
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CHWTraining.org

  • Posted on: 26 August 2014
  • By: rybwmn
Phone: 
1-888-810-9109
Website URL: 
http://chwtraining.org/
CHWTraining.org is designed to bring the benefits of an in-depth professional development program to health care systems and health departments without the cost associated with a lengthy in-person training. Courses are available in multiple formats to suit individual needs, including instructor-led online training, blended learning options and self-paced modules. Courses range from improving health literacy, to building healthy patient-provider relationships, to providing community-based resources and support.
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