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IAC Plus Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)Checklist (2020). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This checklist serves to identify Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Workers (MSAWs) SDOH challenges, resources available, and strategies implemented to manage these barriers. More Details...

IAC Plus Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Screening Tool (2021). Resource Type: Template . Description: This tool assist health care providers in assessing, screening, and documenting SDOH factors among MSAW patients and create an action plan to enhance population health outcomes and UDS reporting.  More Details...

How CHCs Are Funded - The Revenue Cycle (2015). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: Training on understanding how CHCs are funded and the role that staff play in the health center’s financial viability. Staff at CHCs often have limited or no understanding of where funds that support center activities and staff salaries come from. This webcast will provide HC staff knowledge of the role that billing, co-pays, SFS and collections play in the financial viability of the health center and how they are part of that role from the front desk to the provider. More Details...

HIV/AIDS and U.S. Agricultural Workers (2017). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This factsheet provides information on the heavy burden on migratory and seasonal agricultural workers for contracting HIV and/or AIDS due to their lack of health care access due to legal, financial, geographical, and linguistic barriers coupled with a lack of material and social support. The migratory lifestyle, often characterized by constant mobility, geographic isolation, separation from family, lack of health education, and varying cultural attitudes and beliefs about safe sex practices further escalates these risks. More Details...

Healthy Habits from Home (2020). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: Fillable flyer for diabetes 2 and healthy habits for health centers. More Details...

Health Literacy Introduction (2018). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This publication provides an introduction to the different strategies utilized to address health literacy among special and vulnerable populations, including agricultural workers. More Details...

Health Center Governing Boards and Managers - Strategies For Successful Partnering With Key Players (2015). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: The information shared in this session is intended to orient health center staff and board members on the topic of effectively connecting with the numerous and varied community, state, and national partners, without whom a health center can never achieve its full potential. Affiliations, Agreements, Contracts, Collaborations, and Scope of Practice will all be reviewed. The vital role of a right-sized, well structured, and effective Key Management Staff, led by the Governing Board’s Sole Employee will be examined and discussed. More Details...

Hábitos saludables desde su hogar (2020). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: Folleto rellenable de Diabetes 2 y hábitos saludables para centros de salud. More Details...

Governing Boards: Recruitment Grid (2015). Resource Type: Template . Description: This tool provides governing boards with a quick view of current board members, their characteristics, number of terms, and skills. It also provides an easy way to assess the characteristics and skills needed for future board position openings. More Details...

Governing Board- Record of Health Center Policy Approval At-A-Glance (2016). Resource Type: n.a.. Description: Maintaining appropriate authority to oversee the operations of Federally Qualified Health Centers requires Governing Boards to comply with the PHS Section 330 Program Requirements, including establishing and periodically revising health center policies. The number of policies can be overwhelming and keeping policies current is challenging. This tool provides a non-exhaustive list of these policies and is intended to assist health centers and governing boards to keep track of needed updates and approvals. More Details...

General Precaution Procedure (2012). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This procedure includes a list of general safety precautions for Community Workers when working with new or existing clients. More Details...

Food Insecurity among Agricultural Communities (2021). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This factsheet provides information on the prevalence of food insecurity among agricultural workers and the health outcomes, causes, and risk factors associated with their lack of nutritious food. More Details...

Folk Medicine and Traditional Healing (2018). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This factsheet includes information on the history of folk medicine and traditional healing and its use among farmworkers. It also highlights the healthcare perspective towards these types of medicine. More Details...

Farmworkers and the State Monitor Advocate System (2020). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: Presented by Jeremy Dondlinger, Timmy Dudley, and Yu-Mon Luis Chang. The Ag Worker Access Campaign Taskforce is pleased to host this webinar, where participants will learn from the State Monitor Advocate guest presenters about the State Monitor Advocate (SMA) system, their role, and how SMAs can assist health centers and other Ag worker serving agencies in forging relationships with growers, resulting in increased access to care for Ag worker families. Presenters will also share information and resources available on the DOL website. The webinar includes a presentation and Q&A discussion. More Details...

​Facts About Agricultural Workers (2020). Resource Type: Publication . Description: The factsheet provides agricultural worker demographic information from the 2015-2016 National Agricultural Workers Survey (NAWS) results. It provides an overview of their demographics, economic contribution, wages and benefits, housing, health, and legislative protection. More Details...

Evaluación sobre las necesidades de salud de los trabajadores del campo (2011). Resource Type: Template . Description: Esta breve muestra de la encuesta ayuda a centros de salud a evaluar las necesidades de atención médica de la población de trabajadores agrícolas. More Details...

Emergency Preparedness (2018). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This publication provides information on emergency preparedness among agricultural workers and the potential effects of emergencies and disasters on health centers. More Details...

Don t Panic; Be Prepared - Preparation Tips for OSV (2016). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: Community Health Center (CHC) Program grantees are monitoring by their grantor, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), to assess how they are meeting the CHC Program Requirements. In the 60 minutes webcast, the assessment process done thought and Operational Site Visit (OSV) will be explained and preparation TIPS will be shared to assist health center to prepared for their Assessment Visit. More Details...

Diabetes and U.S. Agricultural Workers (2021). Resource Type: Publication . Description: Agricultural workers may be particularly vulnerable to the development of type 2 diabetes mellitus due to a variety of factors, ranging from conditions of poverty to migratory status. This factsheet provides information about prevention and environmental, social, and cultural risk factors that affect this population. More Details...

Diabetes 101 (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: Hosted by NCFH and in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association (ADA), this training will aim to provide general information on diabetes health education and target overall support in diabetes management efforts. Health Centers and Community Health Workers (CHWs) will be provided with opportunities for trainings, resources to aid in patient care, updates on diabetes standards, and additional support to address all the factors that contribute to implementing the most effective care for persons with diabetes. Presented on 5/6/2021 More Details...

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