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A Call for Reinforcements in Diabetes Care: Maximizing the Role of Non-Clinical Staff and Partners Publication: Issue brief and case studies highlightin promising practices for non-clinical staff with links to the community (2020). Successful diabetes care for vulnerable populations demands a multi-prong approach and support from a range of community resources to address SDOH. This report outlines promising practices utilizing interdisciplinary teams and community resources can support consumers’ self-management and in-turn More Details...

Social Determinants of Health for Public Housing Residents: Access to Healthy Food (2020). Using data and maps created by National Center for Health in Public Housing (NCHPH) and other national data sources, this publication is one in a series that identifies the prevalence of social factors and population health indicators that affect public housing residents. It is intended for non-clinical health center staff, decision makers, and public housing stakeholders. More Details...

Developing Cross-Sector Partnerships (2020). This guide provides health center staff with tools and strategies to initiate, develop, and sustain community partnerships to better serve older adult residents of public housing. Content of this publication was developed through a 4-session learning collaborative launched by the SDOH academy with a small cohort of HRSA-funded health centers, HCCNs, and PCAs. More Details...

Mi salud es mi tesoro: Un guía para vivir bien con diabetes: My Health Is My Treasure: A Guide to Living Well With Diabetes (2020). Migrant Clinicians Network’s groundbreaking new Spanish-language comic book, “Mi salud es mi tesoro: Un guía para vivir bien con diabetes,” or “My Health Is My Treasure: A Guide to Living Well With Diabetes,” tells the relatable story of Goyo, an agricultural worker with a new diabetes diagnosis. Illustrated by artist and frequent MCN collaborator Salvador Saenz, the colorful, low-literacy comic book allows clinicians to share how to live with diabetes, with content tailored specifically for agricultural workers. More Details...

Juntos Nos Movemos: Parents and Children Making the Time to Move Together (2020). Juntos Nos Movemos aims to prevent and reduce childhood obesity by helping agricultural worker parents make the most of their limited free time with their children by engaging in a variety of fun and culturally-appropriate physical activities. The curriculum and accompanying materials (trainer’s guide, flipchart, and worksheet, available in English and Spanish) are for outreach staff to share with agricultural worker patients. More Details...

Social Determinants of Health for Public Housing Residents: Diabetes (2019). Public housing residents are more likely to be affected by community violence and chronic medical conditions such as diabetes. The following issues brief provide descriptions of some of the most critical issues affecting this special population. More Details...

Increasing Access to Healthy Food and Exercise in Public Housing Communities: Examples From Public Housing Primary Care Grantees (2019). Public housing residents face the challenge of living in communities with poor access to healthy foods and safe places to exercise. Addressing access to healthy food and improving diet and exercise are critical components in improving the health of public housing residents. This report provides examples of Public Housing Primary Care Grantee strategies and programs that have increased access to healthy food, exercise and weight control models for public housing residents. More Details...

HITEQ Highlights: Addressing Childhood Obesity in Health Centers (2019). This webinar focused on how to improve child weight screening, nutrition and physical activity counselling, and design appropriate and meaningful interventions according to health center peers. A number of tools that support this quality improvement around addressing child weight and potential for obesity were discussed, including Bright Futures guidance and data validation tools from HITEQ. More Details...

Niños Saludables: Child and Family Physical Activity & Nutrition Program Implementation Guide (2018). The Niños Saludables Facilitator’s Guide aims to increase knowledge of healthy lifestyles and promote physical activity among youth and families. More Details...

Project Power (n.a.). Project Power is designed for boys and girls, ages 8 -16 with multiple risk factors for developing type 2 diabetes. More Details...

Connect for Health: Design of a Clinical-Community Childhood Obesity Intervention Testing Best Practices of Positive Outliers: Connect for Health (2016). HRSA has promoted this multidisciplinary care model as a best-practice for the implementation of childhood obesity multidisciplinary care teams. More Details...

Calories, Cavities, and Kids: The Role of Dental Professionals in Addressing Childhood Obesity (2018).  The webinar addresses the role of dental professionals in addressing childhood obesity More Details...

Bright Futures (n.a.). Bright Futures a health promotion and prevention program that provides evidence-informed guidelines and resources for child screening and prevention activities in primary care, home visiting, child care, school-based health clinic, and other settings More Details...

Addressing Obesity, Feeding and Eating Disorders, and Body Dysmorphic Disorder among LGBTQ Youth (n.a.). This webinar teaches providers how to use a culturally-responsive approach to preventing, identifying, and treating obesity, eating and feeding disorders, and body dysmorphic disorder among LGBTQ youth More Details...

This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $6,375,000 with 0 percentage financed with non-governmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit HRSA.gov.