Community Health Workers Can Address Hypertension

Community Health Worker program can lead to powerful improvements in the health of patients with hypertension. They can help people overcome the challenges they may face in managing their blood pressure. including connecting individuals to affordable health care programs and insurance, providing individualized education and interventions on making healthier dietary choices, the importance of daily exercise, and providing individualized education on the importance of taking medications.

2019-09-17T19:26:47+00:00April 1st, 2019|

New Hypertension and Diabetes Resources for CHW Programs

Several new resources for Community Health Workers are now available on MHP Salud’s Resource Portfolio. These tools highlight and promote the CHW model’s role in addressing and preventing some of the most prevalent health conditions in our communities.

2018-05-01T17:59:08+00:00February 22nd, 2018|

Evaluate your Community Health Worker Program with our free Evaluation Toolkit

Taking into account the limited resources typically available to Promotor(a) de Salud programs (also known as Community Health Worker programs), this Evaluation Toolkit was developed to help you determine what evaluation strategies will work for your organization. This is not a long, detailed description of all the evaluation options and strategies available. Rather, this is a quick reference guide with tips and tools that have been designed especially for use with Promotor(a), or other Community Health Worker (CHW), programs. This Toolkit is recommended for Health Centers, health departments, migrant health programs, Primary Care Associations, and other organizations that implement Promotor(a) or CHW programs. It is designed for those with little or no evaluation experience or limited evaluation resources. The information in this Toolkit will help you design an evaluation system from the very beginning of the process, however it also includes tips for improving existing evaluation efforts. It is intended for use by anyone that is in charge of a Promotor(a) program, including Program Coordinators, Directors, Supervisors, or Managers.

2019-11-05T19:48:51+00:00April 15th, 2016|

Comfort and educate expectant mothers with Community Health Workers and the Maternal and Infant Health Resource

Guiding expectant mothers, especially those that are first-time mothers, can help to reduce medical and emotional complications and increase healthy outcomes for mother and child.  As Promotores(as), we are aware that there are challenges experienced by some of our community members. These challenges can be due to issues of employment, living conditions, legal status, and environment.

2019-10-31T13:26:16+00:00March 1st, 2016|

Plan and fund your program using our free Sample Grant Proposal for a Community Health Worker Program template

Click here to view the Sample Grant Proposal for a Community Health Worker Program Our sample grant proposal is an example of a narrative for a CHW program based on standard sections found in requests for proposals from the federal government. Grant proposals requested by private foundation funders may differ in structure and length. You [...]

2017-09-21T17:54:07+00:00January 19th, 2016|

Learn from three decades’ experience with our free Sample Budget for Community Health Worker Programs template

Click here to view the Sample Budget for a Community Health Worker Program This free budget template is presented as a sample, based on a year-round program with four full-time Community Health Workers. It is provided as a starting point to give you an idea of the line items and categories of expenses that you will [...]

2017-04-20T20:23:04+00:00January 19th, 2016|