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Health Center Toolkit Webinar Series Part 4: Creating screening, referral and service delivery workflow for an MLP (2021). Resource Type: In-Person Training. Description: In this session, we heard from three panelists: Lara Cartwright Smith from the George Washington University, Jess Holmes from St.Louis Integrated Health Network, and Paul Sorenson from St.Louis Regional Data Alliance. Panelists discussed ways of overcoming barriers to MLP integration by sharing successful models of information sharing from the field between health care and social services. The session was followed by a brief Q&A with the speakers. More Details...

Collecting Standardized Data on Social Determinants of Health to Address Structural Racism, Drive Health Equity, and Respond to COVID-19 (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication will present key findings from a national assessment of training and technical assistance (T/TA) strategies for supporting community health centers in systematically implementing patient-level SDOH screening and data standards, documenting findings in clinical records, and developing strategies to address SDOH risk factors and needs at the patient and population levels. More Details...

Understanding and Applying SDOH Screening Data to Address Barriers to Health: Webinar (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Health centers provide high-quality primary and preventive care to diverse populations in special and vulnerable populations in underserved communities. Health centers also provide a host of enabling services – non-clinical services that aim to increase access to health care and improve population health outcomes. The ability to track and evaluate these services is an important tool for health centers to demonstrate their value in addressing patients’ social determinants of health; of equal importance is the ability to make this data actionable in order to address patients’ barriers to access. More Details...

A Guide for Establishing Collaborative Relationships (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This Guide for Establishing Collaborative Relationships was developed by the National Center for Farmworker Health in partnership with Health Outreach Partners and Farmworker Justice. It incorporates information and resources gathered from the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Community Partnerships learning collaborative , that focuses on exploring and developing effective strategies for establishing community partnerships that address SDOH. This guide walks health center staff through the process of identifying and developing community relationships that will help increase access to care for Migratory and Seasonal Agricultural Workers (MSAWs) by addressing SDOH that impact this vulnerable population. More Details...

Webinar: Laying the Foundation for Lawyers on the Health Center Team Part I: SDOH Needs and Legal Staffing (2020). Resource Type: In-Person Training. Description: As part of our work as an HRSA-funded National Training and Technical Assistance Partner (NTTAP), the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership published a toolkit that provides the health center community with information and resources on how to integrate patient-centered lawyers as part of the health care team. Learnings from the toolkit were unpacked in a 5-part webinar series. More Details...

Collaboration Between Medical-Legal Partnerships, FQHCs, and Domestic Violence Programs to Support Patients (2021). Resource Type: In-Person Training. Description: Through this national webinar, the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership (NCMLP) and Futures Without Violence (FUTURES) joined forces to share strategies on how MLPs can successfully partner with FQHCs and community-based domestic violence programs to improve health outcomes, decrease isolation, and support health care for survivors. Presenters highlighted how civil legal service providers partner with FQHCs to address the increased needs of individuals affected by IPV/HT during COVID-19. More Details...

Addressing Financial & Legal Problems To Improve the Mental Health of Adults & Children During the Pandemic (2021). Resource Type: In-Person Training. Description: The COVID-19 pandemic’s compounding effects of job loss, isolation, dismantled support systems, grief, and disruptions in care, all resulted in significant financial strain and legal problems that impacted the mental health and well-being of adults and children. In this webinar, subject matter experts in social determinants of health and medical-legal partnership interventions discussed: 1) how financial strains such as high debt, low income and unemployment are associated with suicide attempts and should be considered key factors when assessing mental health interventions; and 2) how legal services delivered alongside social, medical, and behavioral health services can help improve the overall health and well-being of children. The multidisciplinary audience will be prompted to share insights, tools, and COVID-related strategies on how their health centers, legal services organizations, medical-legal partnerships, or other community based organizations have responded to the unique behavioral and mental health needs of adults and children during the pandemic. More Details...

Lesiones Invisibles: Cuando tu cabeza esta lastimada (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Este recurso brinda educación al paciente sobre las lesiones cerebrales en el contexto de la violencia doméstica. Describe los posibles signos de lesión cerebral y cuándo buscar atención médica. More Details...

Just Breathe (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This collection of wellness and recovery resources has been designed for survivors of domestic violence to track their progress and develop techniques for calming oneself and moving forward in the healing process. More Details...

Invisible Injuries: Overview (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This resource provides patient education on brain injuries in the context of domestic violence. It outlines potential signs of brain injury and when to seek medical care. More Details...

Invisible Injuries Booklet: When Your Head is Hurt (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This resource provides an overview of head injuries in the context of domestic violence. It provides education, resources for self-care, and contact information for survivors of domestic violence. More Details...

Has Your Head Been Hurt? (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This resource provides a check list to help patients determine whether they may have a head injury. It provides danger signs/red flags and steps to follow once problems are identified. More Details...

¿Ha Sufrido Una Lesión en la Cabeza? (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Este recurso proporciona una lista de verificación para ayudar a los pacientes a determinar si pueden tener una lesión en la cabeza. Proporciona señales de peligro y pasos a seguir una vez que se identifican los problemas. More Details...

Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) & Diabetes Prevention Programs Among Public Housing Residents: Infographic (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This infographic provides examples of the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) contributing to the prevalence of diabetes among public housing residents with corresponding examples of diabetes prevention promising practices provided by Public Housing Primary Care (PHPC) grantees. More Details...

Serving Military Veterans in Health Centers: Exploring Unexpected Partners and Resources (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar provides a current snapshot of Veteran patients in Health Centers and opportunities to advance projects in service to Veteran patients, with partners like the Veterans Administration or local philanthropies. Consider how ARP funding might support a vulnerable Veteran population and their needs. More Details...

Case Study: Building a statewide subscription model for MLP services in Montana with help from a PCA (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This case study looks at how the Montana Primary Care Association helped develop a statewide, subscription model for MLP services. More Details...

The COVID-19 Pandemic Resources and Information: Spanish and English (2020). Resource Type: Other. Description: We at Migrant Clinicians Network have a priority to support both clinicians and the vulnerable patients they serve. MCN continually develops strategies and resources to support health centers, health departments, community groups, and clinicians as they reach out to communities that are often overlooked and give care to patients who might otherwise have nowhere to go. We remain highly concerned for the vulnerable populations that already encounter numerous barriers to health and to care. More Details...

NACHC & CMS Webinar on the Special Enrollment Period (SEP) Due to COVID-19 (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) is partnering with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIIO) to host a national webinar for community health centers on the Special Enrollment Period. More Details...

COVID-19 Vaccine:  Tips from your Community Health Worker (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: COVID-19 vaccines are a critical tool to help stop the spread of disease and protect our communities. MHP Salud\'s Tips from your Community Health Worker resource for is designed for health workers supporting patients with Limited English Proficiency (LEP). The tips and resources aim to help health centers build vaccine confidence among the migrant and agricultural worker population and their families. More Details...

Bridging Patient Access: Best Practices for Community Health Workers (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: As telehealth services continue to bridge patient access to health services, it is important for health centers to focus on best practices that ensure excellent delivery of care. Thisguideincludeshelpful information about telehealth service delivery, tips for providing good virtual care, and how Community Health Workers(CHWs)can engage in telehealth. More Details...

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