For over 20 years, we’ve collaborated with national health organizations and associations to develop training and resources aimed to help workers and companies throughout the healthcare industry address the needs of their local communities. We support organizations by showing how many of the needs of their communities can be addressed through effective Community Health Worker programs and management. Implementing Community Health Worker programs enables organizations to better support their communities in a culturally and linguistically appropriate way; it provides an effective way to increase both the reach and quality of healthcare services.
Additionally, we work with our partners to develop training around population-specific emerging health issues, such as substance abuse, chronic disease management, and aging services among the Hispanic population. All of our efforts are supported by a network of digital resources that include e-mail newsletters, webinars, monthly calls, blogs, and downloadable educational materials.
Through our MBO projects we have provided thousands of hours of technical assistance on health equity, increasing access to care, improving health outcomes for individuals with chronic conditions, and other social determinants of health. Combined with our training, and digital resources, organizations are able to increase their knowledge around the role and worth of a Community Health Worker, and how CHW programs will improve health outcomes and health literacy amongst the populations they serve.
Currently, MHP Salud has two Management-Based Objectives, the Capacity Building Assistance project and the Aging Services project. Learn more about each project below.