My Healthy Eating Plate: Middle Eastern North African Edition

Fresh fruits and vegetables, portion control, and knowledge of nutrition are essential to maintaining a healthy diet. This brochure, created by MHP Salud and the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services, was designed to help Middle Eastern and North African communities build nutritious plates with familiar fresh foods. Inside you will find information on portion sizes, nutrition facts, and tips to help individuals adopt healthier eating habits.

Our Healthy Eating Plate: Asian American and Pacific Islander Editions

Fresh fruits and vegetables, portion control, and knowledge of nutrition are essential to maintaining a healthy diet. This brochure, created by MHP Salud and The Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, was designed to help Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities build nutritious plates with familiar fresh foods. Inside you will find information on portion sizes, nutrition facts, and tips to help individuals adopt healthier eating habits.

Strengthening the CHW Profession through Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are defined as, “an industry-driven, high-quality career pathway where employers can develop and prepare their future workforce, and individuals can obtain paid work experience, classroom instruction and a portable, nationally-recognized credential”. A misconception about apprenticeships are that they are limited to trade such a electricians or mechanics.

Understanding Health Centers that Employ CHWs

This report analyzes and compares 2020 USDS data with a smaller assessment conducted with Health Centers that employ Community Health Workers (CHWs). This comparative analysis includes the presence of minority and special populations and the types of chronic diseases that are treated to understand the role community composition plays in determining the presence of CHWs within Health Centers.

Chronic Disease Management Tool

This tool is meant to assist individuals and/or their caregivers in keeping track of the management of their chronic condition(s). It is meant to provide a weekly snapshot or overview of their health and any concerns they may have. It is NOT meant to be a complete tool for tracking chronic disease management, nor should it replace any record-keeping a doctor or healthcare provider has given.

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