Growing Relationships and Cultivating Community
The policy agenda is comprised of several recommendations for the state of Michigan.
The purpose of the Community Health Worker Common Indicators (CI) Project is to contribute to the integrity, sustainability and viability of CHW programs.
MiCHWA publishes a monthly newsletter full of news, resources, events, and training opportunities. Look for our newsletter on the second Friday of every month!
MiCHWA & Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, with funding from CDC, partner on a biennial survey of Michigan’s CHW programs and employers.
Resources for Community Health Workers, Community Health Representatives, and Promotores de la Salud
COVID-19: Protecting Yourself During a Home Visit
What In-Home Social Service Providers and Clients Need to Know about COVID-19
Caring for Someone Sick at Home
Three Workforce Strategies to Help COVID Affected Communities from Health Affairs
CHWs: Experiences, Roles and Skills & Prevention in the COVID-19 Pandemic
This map features the state of CHW alliances across the US as of February 2020.
Nine recent studies that provide further support for including community health workers and peer providers as important components of health care delivery.
MiCHWA hosts events and creates opportunities to further the development and sustainability of CHWs in Michigan.
August 2021 - Celebration of Community Health Worker Appreciation Month - STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS!
Fall 2021 - MiCHWA annual meeting - date TBD
Fall 2021 - Community Health Worker Training and Certification update event - date TBD
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