Free Resource Portfolio 2018-05-17T18:47:49+00:00

Free Online Resource Portfolio

Our free health resources are culturally and linguistically competent, easy-to-use, and created specifically for Community Health Worker programs operating within isolated or underserved communities. Register to download.

PromotoresPromotoras, community members and health professionals review all materials prior to use and distribution. Each item is tested for literacy level and relevance to the populations MHP Salud serves. All materials are available for download after a quick (and free) user registration.

2018-05-17T18:19:58+00:00

Niños Saludables Program Implementation Guide

The Niños Saludables Facilitator’s Guide aims to increase knowledge of healthy lifestyles and promote physical activity among youth and families. The activities in this guide inform participants about their current level of physical activity, provide recommendations for physical activity and strategies to develop a more active lifestyle, and aid in developing a family physical activity action plan.

2018-04-03T18:15:50+00:00

Farmworkers Health Network Key Resources 2018

The Farmworker Health Network (FHN) is comprised of six National Cooperative Agreements in migrant health funded through the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to provide training and technical assistance to current and potential Health Center Programs. The FHN is committed to supporting the development of leadership within Health Centers and increasing access to care for the farmworker population. This document is a series of resources collected from FHN partners.

2018-02-02T22:39:41+00:00

Understanding and Addressing Diabetes in your Community: A Quick Guide for CHWs

This resources provides information for community health workers about diabetes, and provides tools that CHWS can use to guide patients with diabetes towards a healthier future. Included are guidelines on how to manage diabetes, as well as an A1c tracker so patients can track their progress towards their A1c goals. 

2018-05-17T16:09:18+00:00

Community Health Workers & Hypertension and Heart Health Interventions: A Resource for Program Managers and Administrators

This resource is for Community Health Worker program managers and administrators, and explains how Community Health Worker programs can be used to in interventions that positively impact patients who have hypertension. It also contains links to external resources, as well as covers historical approaches to CHW-led heart health programs.

2018-05-17T16:07:30+00:00

Community Health Workers and Diabetes Interventions – A Resource for Program Managers and Administrators

This is a resource for Community Health Worker (CHW) Program Manager and Administrators that explains the positive impact that CHW-led diabetes interventions can positively impact individual patients as well as organizations and communities. This resource also contains links to external resources, as well as contains MHP Salud's own programmatic approaches to addressing diabetes.   

2018-05-17T16:08:24+00:00

Understanding and Addressing Hypertension and Heart Health in Your Community: A Quick Guide For Community Health Workers

Understanding and Addressing Hypertension and Heart Health in Your Community: A Quick Guide For Community Health Workers is  a quick guide that provides information surrounding hypertension and heart health, and provides tools for Community Health Workers can use to guide paitents with hypertension towards a healthier future. The guide also comes with a blood pressure tracker, which can be shared with pateints as they track their progress towards their blood pressure goals.

2018-05-17T16:14:57+00:00

Salud Para Todos Guía para el Facilitador (Espanol)

Este manual de 100 paginas está diseñado para ser una guía para Promotores(as) de Salud. El objetivo del manual es fortalecer los conocimientos sobre salud mental y mecanismos para enfrentar retos relacionados con salud mental. Igualmente, provee una pauta sobre cómo utilizar recursos de ayuda para aquellos sufriendo de problemas de salud mental, de manera que puedan acceder y utilizar los servicios disponibles en su comunidad.