How to Properly Use a Face Covering

Coronavirus can be spread between people interacting within a close distance of each other, through speaking, coughing, or sneezing. National agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control are recommending that all individuals wear a face covering to help slow the spread of the coronavirus while out in public. This infographic, available in English and Spanish, provides advice on how to properly use, wash, sanitize, and dispose of a face covering so that it is effective at protecting yourself and others from COVID-19.

Farmworker Health Network 2020 Resources

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 Migrant Health Center Programs. This document is a series of resources collected from FHN partners.

What is Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

COVID-19 is a new type of coronavirus that has been impacting countries across the world, including the United States.  This educational tool was created to provide general information along with safety tips and precautionary steps you can take to protect yourself and your family. It contains federal recommendations and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control on how to stay protected while out for necessities like groceries and medications, information on how to practice social distancing, and details on how to plan for an emergency.

Sabor y Salud: Latino and Hispanic Healthy Plate Brochure

Fresh fruits and vegetables, portion control, and knowledge around nutrition are an essential part of any healthy diet. This brochure, created by MHP Salud and Hebni Nutrition Consultants, Inc., was designed to help Hispanic and Latino Communities build nutritious plates with familiar fresh foods.

Community Health Worker Association Development Guide

With a long history of successfully and effectively addressing health disparities, Community Health Workers (CHWs) can fill the gaps in services that many health care organizations experience in reaching underserved populations. Creating an association or state network can engage CHWs and provide greater professional development and networking opportunities, ultimately providing them with the tools to provide better services at their health centers and in their communities. This guide will provide stakeholders step-by-step information on how to initiate a CHW Association. In addition, it will provide an overview of the different types of state regulations and association models used across the nation.