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Organization Self-Assessment (2018). Resource Type: Publication . Description: An assessment to help organizations recognize specific challenges, identify detailed strategies, and set goals in meeting Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) through the development of an implementation work plan with concrete tasks. More Details...

Oral Health (2018). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This factsheet provides information on oral health and disease among agricultural worker families. It also includes a general overview of oral health epidemiology and disparities, risk factors, and barriers to care. More Details...

Options for Healthy Cooking (2019). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: This educational resource provides helpful tips for patients to cook healthier meals. More Details...

Opciones para cocinar más saludable (2019). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: Recurso educativo para pacientes que ofrece consejos útiles para cocinar de forma saludable More Details...

Online Jeopardy Game "Keep Your Heart Healthy" - Sp (2021). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: El Centro Nacional para la Salud de los Trabajadores Agrícolas en asociación con la Asociación de Especialistas en Educación y Cuidado de la Diabetes desarrolló la guía ¡Mantenga su Corazón Sano!. Esta guía de paso a paso ayuda a crear su propio juego de Jeopardy con los participantes de su Programa Nacional De Prevencion de la Diabetes (DPP) para la sesión: “Mantenga su Corazón Sano.” More Details...

Online Jeopardy Game "Keep Your Heart Healthy" - Eng (2021). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: The National Center For Farmworker Health in partnership with the Association Of Diabetes Care And Education Specialists developed the Keep Your Heart Healthy Jeopardy!. This step-by-step guide helps to set up your own jeopardy game with national Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) participants for session on “Keep Your Heart Healthy.” More Details...

Needs Asessment: Points to Remember (2018). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This publication provides important points to consider when planning a community needs assessment for the agricultural worker population. More Details...

Migrant Health Orientation: Points to Remember (2018). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This publication include information to consider when designing migrant health orientation training for staff at Migrant Health Centers. More Details...

Migrant Health Orientation - Policy Sample (2018). Resource Type: Template . Description: This policy sample is used during migrant health orientation and it includes information for health centers to commit to provide culturally competent health care services to all their patients and ensure that all staff members are knowledgeable and equipped with the skills and information required to provide exceptional care. More Details...

Mental Health Hub (2021). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: The Mental Health Resource Hub provides patient education materials, mental health screening tools, and national resources that support mental health outreach and advance integrated behavioral health interventions utilized with the MSAW population. It also features screening tools gathered from guest speakers and health resources and patient education materials developed by NCFH with input from the​ Mental Health Learning Collaborative (MHLC), a collaboration supported by HRSA to build the capacity of health center staff within Migrant and Community Health centers in successfully integrating behavioral health services with primary care for their MSAW patients. More Details...

Mental Health Amongst Agricultural Workers (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: This webinar discusses the importance of mental health outreach and integrated services to Migratory and Seasonal Agricultural Workers (MSAWs). The webinar will also share results from NCFH’s Mental Health Learning Collaborative and feature the upcoming Mental Health Resource Hub that will provide patient education materials, mental health screening tools, and national resources that support mental health outreach to this vulnerable population. In sharing these resources, NCFH seeks to build capacity within Health Centers in utilizing integrated behavioral health interventions amongst MSAWs and provide this population greater access to culturally appropriate mental health services across the country. This webinar is great for health center staff who conduct outreach to MSAWs including Promotores de Salud and those involved with service delivery of integrated behavioral health programs. Presented on May 4th. 2021 by Gladys Carrillo, LCSW. More Details...

Mental Health Amongst Agricultural Workers (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: This webinar discusses the importance of mental health outreach and integrated services to Migratory and Seasonal Agricultural Workers (MSAWs). The webinar will also share results from NCFH’s Mental Health Learning Collaborative and feature the upcoming Mental Health Resource Hub that will provide patient education materials, mental health screening tools, and national resources that support mental health outreach to this vulnerable population. In sharing these resources, NCFH seeks to build capacity within Health Centers in utilizing integrated behavioral health interventions amongst MSAWs and provide this population greater access to culturally appropriate mental health services across the country. This webinar is great for health center staff who conduct outreach to MSAWs including Promotores de Salud and those involved with service delivery of integrated behavioral health programs. Presented on May 4th. 2021 by Gladys Carrillo, LCSW. More Details...

Maternal and Child Health (2017). Resource Type: Publication . Description: Due to mobility and low median family incomes, pregnant agricultural worker women and infant children face obstacles in obtaining adequate and timely prenatal and postnatal care. This factsheet provides information on maternal and child health, prenatal and pediatric care, nutrition for mothers and children, and occupational health and safety. More Details...

Keeping Farmworkers COVID-19 Safe (2021). Resource Type: Educational Video. Description: The COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, and it will once again impact the 2021 growing season. Whether you hire a local workforce or utilize the H-2A program, learn about the effective strategies used to prevent outbreaks last year and what you can be doing now to prepare for the upcoming season. We will also review the latest information on vaccine distribution in Colorado. More Details...

Joint Commission BPHC Strategies to Keep Health Center Employees Engaged (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: Research shows that health care organizations that routinely assess and achieve high employee satisfaction scores, have these 3 important factors: 1) leadership support, 2) a culture of open communication and 3) employee empowerment and initiative in providing the best possible care to patients. Combined, these factors result in job satisfaction and retention, increased self-confidence, better job performance, effective team relationships, and ultimately enhances the workplace environment and improves quality of care provided to patients. This webinar will provide an overview of these key factors and will discuss strategies to create an organizational culture of open communication, leadership, engagement and will include tips and tools to administer and assess staff satisfaction surveys on an on-going basis. Recommendations will be made regarding strategies for successful implementation of systems, practices, training, etc., with the ultimate outcome of improving staff engagement. More Details...

Integrating Diabetes Self-Management Education into a Federally Qualified Health Center (2019). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: Beaufort Jasper Hampton Comprehensive Health Services (BJHCHS) maintains an accredited Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) program in rural South Carolina. Intended for health centers looking to offer diabetes self-management education, this presentation will detail the integration of a DSME program into eight Federally-Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) using quality improvement data, as well as future plans to expand the program's integration and a discussion of the role DSME assumes in improving diabetes outcomes nationwide. Presented by Susan Mills Tucker, MNS, RD, LD, CDE and Madeline Lasell, MPH, RD, LD More Details...

Insuficiencia Cardíaca-Heart Failure (2018). Resource Type: Educational Video. Description: This is the story of Ada and how she manages her heart failure diagnosis with the help of her medical team and family. More Details...

Indigenous Agricultural Workers (2018). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This brief focuses on Latin American indigenous groups. It provides an overview of their demographics, history, working conditions, discrimination, and health. More Details...

Importance of Multi-Disciplinary and Multi-Tier Succession Planning (2015). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: To many, “Succession Planning” means one thing: “When is the boss retiring and how will subsequent changes in leadership affect the organization.” While top-level executive change is critical to the Migrant Health movement, given the age of the program and the significant number of Executives who have devoted their careers to running Migrant and Community Health Centers, real Succession Planning happens at all levels of the organizational structure, and is multidisciplinary in scope. This workshop will provide tools that can be useful at any level, and will encourage frank dialog about the risks associated with lack of a viable corporate succession plan. More Details...

Implementation Template (2020). Resource Type: Publication . Description: A self-assessment that provides a snapshot highlighting the work you are currently doing and areas for growth to address Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS). More Details...

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