opiod Best Practices
Opioid Best Practices
Region I and II state and territorial health officials developed a resource on opioid prevention and treatment best practices. This report, developed in collaboration with ASTHO as part of the 2017-2018 President’s Challenge, is the culmination of a year-long multidisciplinary committee chaired by Monica Bharel (SHO-MA). Click here for best practices.
Center for Healthcare Strategies Resources
The Center for Health Care Strategies focuses on “Advancing Health Care and Community-Based Organization Partnerships to Address Social Determinants: Lessons from the Field.”
For a post on “Supporting Social Service and Health Care Partnerships to Address Health-Related Social Needs: Case Study Series” click here.
For a post on “Tools for Supporting Social Service and Health Care Partnerships to Address Social Determinants of Health” click here.
OCHER webinar: CHW Panel on Mental Health Resilience
The Office of Community Health Engagement and Resiliency (OCHER) hosted a webinar, “Community Health Worker (CHW) Panel on Mental Health Resilience,” on December 7, 2022. Its content is helpful for not only CHWs but for especially employers, trainers, and healthcare team integrations.
The recording is available here.
CDC’s Policy Evidence Assessment Report CHWs
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Policy Evidence Assessment Report: Community Health Worker Policy Components
Click here for report.
RI Doh Report “CHW’s in RI”
RI Department of Health Report “Community Health Workers in RI: Growing a public health workforce for a healthier state”: To find out about CHWs in RI — where they work, what they do, how they train, who funds them, who gets CHW services, see the full report by linking here.
NCQA White Paper “Critical inputs For Successful CHW Programs”
NCQA and the Penn Center for Community Health Workers with support from the Commonwealth Fund and the Community Health Acceleration Partnership (CHAP), have published a white paper titled Critical Inputs for Successful Community Health Workers Program.