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Our partners are continually developing new resources. In addition, long-standing resources are often updated to address new or other hot-topic issues.

The following 20 featured resources have been drawn from the database; they are the newest resources added to the Clearinghouse collection. This list is generated every time a resource is added, so check back often.

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Added: 07/17/2024
Hypertension Control and Cholesterol Management Communications Toolkit (2024). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This communications toolkit is designed to provide evidence-based messaging on hypertension and cholesterol management. It includes materials developed through NACHC's Million Hearts® initiative. More Details...

Added: 07/16/2024
National Health Center Training and Technical Assistance (T/TA) Needs Assessment 2023 Listening Moments Summary Report (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This short report summarizes the methodology and key findings based on over 350 individual health center staff responses More Details...

Added: 07/10/2024
Improving Access to Behavioral Health Services for Populations Facing Homelessness (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Mental health issues can both cause and result from homelessness, with factors like substance use, economic instability, and limited access to housing and healthcare contributing significantly. Behavioral health providers should focus on flexible outreach, partnerships with housing organizations, peer support, and sustainable financing to effectively support this population. The guide will cover the central role of peer support and outreach and engagement strategies. Finally, the guide will cover the financing possibilities and challenges of supporting outreach and engagement efforts. More Details...

Added: 07/10/2024
CHWs Supporting MSAWs' Health Across Life's Seasons (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Community Health Workers (CHWs) are essential frontline public health workers with deep cultural understanding and adaptable skills. They play a crucial role in supporting Migrant Seasonal Agricultural Workers (MSAWs), who face unique challenges due to their transient work and diverse backgrounds. CHWs provide vital services such as healthcare access, language interpretation, legal guidance, and culturally appropriate support, ensuring MSAWs receive comprehensive care across different locations and life stages. This integrated approach supports positive health outcomes and addresses systemic barriers through community-driven initiatives. More Details...

Added: 07/10/2024
CHWs: The Key Players in Heat Stress Management Strategies Among MSAWs (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: As global temperatures rise, Migrant Seasonal Agricultural Workers (MSAWs) are increasingly at risk for heat-stress health issues due to their work conditions. Proactively involving Community Health Workers (CHWs), Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), and local communities can raise awareness and provide essential support to mitigate these risks. By collaborating on education, emergency preparedness, and advocacy, stakeholders can take a strategic approach to improve conditions and health outcomes for MSAWs facing the impacts of climate change. More Details...

Added: 07/10/2024
2025 NAP Grant Opportunity Available: The HCH Helpdesk Blog (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: In light of the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) long anticipated release of the 2025 New Access Point (NAP) grant opportunity, this post will review the Health Center Program, HCH designation, and the National Health Care for the Homeless Council's technical assistance offerings building off a previous HCH Helpdesk blog post and publication "So You Want to Start a Health Care for the Homeless Program." More Details...

Added: 07/09/2024
Emergency Preparedness in School-Based Telehealth (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The Emergency Preparedness in School-Based Telehealth webinar was designed for health center and health center look-alike staff. The webinar aims to increase the audience's knowledge of and capacity to define how health centers can partner effectively with schools to implement telehealth care, identify how to provide students with care through telehealth, and reduce barriers to telehealth services. More Details...

Added: 07/09/2024
Social Determinants of Health Screening for School-Aged Children and Adolescents (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The Social Determinants of Health Screening for School-Aged Children and Adolescents webinar was designed for health center and health center look-alike staff. The webinar aims to increase the audience’s knowledge of and capacity to select screening tools, conduct a community needs assessment, and adapt a clinic workflow to include SDOH screening. More Details...

Added: 07/09/2024
Increasing Childhood Immunizations for School-Aged Children (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The Increasing Childhood Immunizations for School-Aged Children webinar was designed for health center and health center look-alike staff. The webinar aims to increase the audience's knowledge of and capacity to identify strategies to increase the delivery of immunizations, discuss barriers to care, and improving access to care. More Details...

Added: 07/08/2024
Using Data to Promote Health Equity (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This report provides practical guidance for Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) centers by conducting a comprehensive examination of financial and operational benchmark trends, empowering HCH to leverage their data resources to effectively address health equity concerns. More Details...

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