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Federal Income Assistance in the Event of a Disaster: An Emergency Preparedness Resource (English) (2018). Information about income assistance available to individuals after a major disaster. More Details...

Federal Income Assistance in the Event of a Disaster: An Emergency Preparedness Resource (Spanish) (2018). Information about income assistance available to individuals after a major disaster. More Details...

Federal Housing Assistance in the Event of a Disaster: An Emergency Preparedness Resource (English) (n.a.). Information about available housing assistance after a major disaster. More Details...

Federal Housing Assistance in the Event of a Disaster: An Emergency Preparedness Resource (Spanish) (2018). Information about available housing assistance after a major disaster. More Details...

Federal Housing Assistance in the Event of a Disaster: An Emergency Preparedness Resource (Haitian Creole) (2018). Information about available housing assistance after a major disaster. More Details...

Federal Food Assistance in the Event of a Disaster: An Emergency Preparedness Resource (English) (2018). Information about available food assistance after a major disaster. More Details...

Federal Food Assistance in the Event of a Disaster: An Emergency Preparedness Resource (Spanish) (2018). Information about available food assistance after a major disaster. More Details...

Federal Food Assistance in the Event of a Disaster: An Emergency Preparedness Resource (Haitian Creole) (2018). Information about available food assistance after a major disaster. More Details...

Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery: After the Storm: Lessons Learned on Worker Health & Safety during Storm Disaster Cleanup (2016). Recent events have highlighted the importance of planning and preparing for the continuity of health care services in the event of emergency or disaster. Following disaster, a thorough emergency response allows health centers to shifts gears to address the longer-term health consequences of disaster. Providing health care services to underserved populations, like agricultural workers, poses a host of challenges to service providers under the best of circumstances, including isolated rural work and home locations, group housing, substandard housing, mobility, limited English proficiency, cultural factors, transportation, documentation status, and poverty. The significance of these factors is undoubtedly magnified under emergency circumstances. More Details...

Diabetes in Special and Vulnerable Populations: A National Learning Series - Part 2: Housing Instability and Diabetes Outcomes in Agricultural Workers and LGBT Communities (2017). This webinar focuses on the social determinants of health (SDOH) that affects vulnerable patients, like housing instability, complicate efforts to self-manage diabetes. Some of the communities at highest risk for developing diabetes are farmworkers, LGBT-identified individuals and those experiencing homelessness. Individuals from these populations are more vulnerable due to challenges unique to their racial/social groups such as lack of access to affordable housing and healthy food, lack of stable housing due to constant mobility, limited English proficiency and other social determinants of health. These factors impact their ability to obtain health insurance, access affordable health care, and follow medication adherence. More Details...

Diabetes in Special and Vulnerable Populations: A National Learning Series - Part 1: Diabetes in Special and Vulnerable Populations: A National Learning Series Kickoff (2017). This webinar kicks off a national learning series on effective strategies to prevent, treat, and manage diabetes among special and vulnerable health center program patients. In a collaboration between AAPCHO and Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN), this webinar explores important lessons learned from the National Diabetes Collaborative which made impressive gains in improving diabetes care for the most vulnerable. Panelist discussed how to incorporate some of the most important lessons of the collaborative into current efforts to diagnose, treat and manage diabetes most effectively. More Details...

Crop and Animal MSAW population estimation maps (2017). These maps display the 2017 estimates of the number of crop and animal production workers by county. These numbers are threshold numbers of workers only and could be affected by current weather conditions, labor policies, etc. Please note that due to a delay in receiving data from the USDA, these estimates are based on the public data file for the 2017 Census of Agriculture. More Details...

Becoming a Leader in Migrant Health (2014). This training toolkit was developed by NCFH to increase the recruitment, orientation and successful integration of agricultural workers and other health center consumers into health center boards. It is designed to help health centers build capacity among patients and community members to for board membership. This unique resource also includes a leadership development component based on the needs of agricultural workers and other special populations. The toolkit includes all content, instructions and materials needed to be able to conduct this training in your community. More Details...

Ag Worker Identification Digital Story (n.a.). This digital story is designed to help Health Centers identify Ag Workers for identification and registration purposes. It is perfect for playing in waiting rooms and is a great educational resource for community outreach and other health care professionals. This digital story is also an excellent staff training tool. More Details...

Ag Worker Factsheets (2018). This resource is a set of fact sheets that provide detailed information on specific aspects of farmworker health. More Details...

After the Storm: Lessons Learned on Worker Health & Safety During Storm Disaster Cleanup (2017). This webinar brings together experience from previous natural disasters and offers resources that will help guide you. We discuss a case studies to illustrate the hazards and review ways that workers can protect themselves, including understanding their rights and responsibilities. More Details...

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