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COM Talks: Crisis Communications (2020). As part of the COVID-19 Supplemental Funding activities for the Virginia Community Healthcare Association’s 330 Work Plan, the Association has been producing live learning sessions via Zoom at least once a month for health center communications and outreach staff. In each session, a contracted subject matter expert covers a communications and outreach topic pertinent to COVID-19 and crisis/emergency communications. Sessions so far have included Crisis Communications Planning, Outreach Strategies for Vulnerable Populations During a Crisis, and Myth Busting Strategies to Promote Truth Online. Session recordings are available on the Association’s on-demand training platform, the Community Health Center Learning Library. More Details...

Health Center Board Training (2020). These short videos from the Virginia Community Healthcare Association provides an overview of good governance for health center boards. This series of training modules are based on the National Association of Community Health Center’s (NACHC) Governance Guide for Health Centers which can be accessed (in English and Spanish) at They are designed for new and seasoned board members and can be very useful as a refresher training. Each health center board member can reference the full NACHC Governance Guide for Health Center Boards for additional information ( More Details...

Communications & Outreach Toolkit — COVID-19: Resources & Templates to help Health Centers Communicate information about services and programs during the Coronavirus Outbreak (2020). Resources and templates Health Centers and PCAs can use to communicate information about services and programs to a variety of audiences, including the media, patients, prospective patients, community partners, during the Coronavirus outbreak. Resources include templates and documents like fact sheets, flyers, media relations templates, video animations, and more. More Details...

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