A frontline public health worker who is a trusted
member of and/or has a usually close under-
standing of the community served. This trusting
relationship enables the CHW to serve as a
liaison/link/intermediary between health and
social services and the community, to facilitate
access to services and improve the quality and
cultural competence of service delivery.
-U.S. Department of Labor
As CHWs we connect our communities to the resources that they need in order to be healthy in all aspects each and every day. We have uploaded our educational materials and some good contacts for other resources in the community. As always, please contact us!
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