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Serving America’s Latino communities with Community Health Worker programs for over 35 years. 

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Advancing the CHW Profession

We are a national nonprofit organization that implements and runs Community Health Worker (CHW) programs. These programs provide peer health education, increase access to health resources and bring community members closer. MHP Salud also has extensive experience offering health organizations training and technical assistance on CHW programming tailored to their specific needs.

We base all of our work on close collaboration with CHWs who improve the health of their communities with health education and activities.

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We have taken our innovative, outcomes-driven CHW programming to offer you the tools to make it work in your system, with your providers, and for your population.

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Who are CHWs?

A Community Health Worker is a trusted member of the community who empowers their peers through education and connections to health and social resources.

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CHW Professional Development: A Journey from CHW to Health Educator
CHW Professional Development: A Journey from CHW to Health Educator

This month's feature is about Sofia's journey from CHW to Health Educator and David, who also became a Health Educator, but unlike Sofia, he did not start out as a CHW. These stories illustrate how the CHW profession builds skillsets that are desirable across industries.

Migrant Seasonal Agricultural Workers and Latino Communities Managing Diabetes
Migrant Seasonal Agricultural Workers and Latino Communities Managing Diabetes

Migrant Seasonal Agricultural Workers (MSAW) are part of the underserved groups considered essential during the ongoing pandemic. More than 80 percent of MSAWs in the U.S. are Hispanic/Latino. Hispanic/Latino adults have a rate of about 50 percent of developing Diabetes Type 2 due to genetics, food, culture, weight, and activity.

Vaccine Hesitancy and Older Hispanic Adults: Truths and Myths about the COVID-19 Vaccine
Vaccine Hesitancy and Older Hispanic Adults: Truths and Myths about the COVID-19 Vaccine

Older adults have been identified as a group that should receive vaccines as soon as possible. As has been widely reported in the media, the risk of death and severe illness from COVID-19 increases with age. In fact, older adults are more likely to experience severe illness from the disease, and roughly 8 out of every 10 COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. occur among this age group.

Our free health resources are culturally and linguistically appropriate, easy-to-use, and created specifically for CHW programs.

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We believe that building a strong network of engaged partners is a strong step towards improving health outcomes across America.

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Who We Serve

MHP Salud has developed and established Community Health Worker programs to improve the health status of Latinos across the nation.

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Training for CHW Programs

The experience we’ve gained along the way fuels our training curriculum. We help organizations serve and empower communities across the nation.

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