The Community Health Workers (CHWS) National Library has been compiled by our team from nationwide sources.

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Kentucky Association of Community Health Workers

Authors: Kentucky Association of Community Health Workers

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Project: No Project Affiliation

Keywords: Groups and Affiliations

The Kentucky Association of Community Health Workers was formed in 2016 as an advocacy group for the CHW profession. It views CHWs as the missing link between patients and healthcare providers, viewing CHWs as frontline public health professionals. The KACHW’s mission is to unify, promote, and sustain CHWs within the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Community Health Worker Texas Association

Authors: The Community Health Worker Texas Association

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Project: No Project Affiliation

Keywords: Groups and Affiliations

The Community Health Worker Texas Association provides a link via CHWs to improve healthcare access. The CHWs work in association with local healthcare professionals to meet these goals. This association works in collaboration with the Texas Area Health Education Center in an effort to improve community-wide health outcomes.

Community Health Worker Programs: A Review of Recent Literature

Authors: Shakir, F.K

Date: 2015

Project: No Project Affiliation

Keywords: CHW models, Global, Research and Evaluation Methods, Selected Health Conditions

A paper published by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Presents a review of published literature on CHW programs, primarily focusing on maternal and newborn child health, for the purposes of identifying key components of successful CHW programs, reviewing past successes and failures of implementing CHW programs, and summarizing lessons learned.

The Association for Utah Community Health

Authors: The Association for Utah Community Health

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Project: No Project Affiliation

Keywords: Groups and Affiliations

The Community Health Worker Program was developed within the Association for Utah Community Health. This program works in close collaboration with statewide healthcare facilities and providers to improve community health. As of 2014, this program linked five CHWs within the state of Utah to provide professional support and networking opportunities.

Penn Center for Community Health Workers

Authors: Penn Center for Community Health Workers

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Project: No Project Affiliation

Keywords: Groups and Affiliations

The Penn Center for Community Health Workers applies the IMPaCT model of care. This model utilizes CHWs to provide tailored support for helping high-risk patients in achieving their personalized health goals. IMPaCT CHWs are defined as working with patients and healthcare providers directly to set an achievable health goal for the patient. The CHW is responsible for creating tailored roadmaps for success with each high-risk patient.