Presents findings on existing and emerging funding, reimbursement and payment policies for community health workers.
Supplements the national report by highlighting CHW financing issues in Minnesota.
This summary provides an overview of findings from a statewide employee survey and a forum in which policymakers, educators and representatives from health organizations
This report shares findings from a statewide employee survey and a forum in which policymakers, educators and representatives from health organizations met to discuss CHW inclusion in Minnesota's health care system.
This report, prepared by the Wilder Foundation, describes bilingual CHWs opinions related to training needs of new and experienced community health workers. The information was collected from two focus group discussions.
Call to request this guide for increasing the quality and quantity of community health worker program evaluations.
University of Arizona Rural Health Office
Special community health worker interest group for development of the role of new professionals, community health advisors, and other community-based professionals. Provides a forum to share resources and strategies. Click “Special Interest Groups.”
Minneapolis-based regional clearinghouse for information, training and research to develop culturally competent individuals, organizations, systems and societies.
Nationally recognized center for training, research and development on first-level community health professionals and interdisciplinary community health teams. Established the first college-sponsored community health worker certificate program in the U.S.
A Seattle-based organization serving as a bridge between communities and health care institutions, to ensure full access to quality health care that is culturally and linguistically appropriate.
National clearinghouse for information on how to meet the language and cultural needs of minorities, immigrants, refugees and other diverse populations seeking health care. Site includes information on model programs and research agenda on community health workers.
Organization assists health and mental health programs to provide culturally and linguistically competent service delivery programs. Offers a guide to planning and implementing cultural competence.
Multidisciplinary organization whose mission is to promote culturally competent professional health care interpreting as a means to support equal access to health services.
Certificate program that prepares bilingual students to be professional interpreters in health care or legal settings.