COVID-19 Fotonovela (English/Spanish)

For health centers and the many outreach workers who are working to serve the most vulnerable communities, specifically farmworker and their families, we are proud to share these resources that are useful for health education efforts around the COVID-19 vaccine and...

Outreach & Value-Based Care: Impacting Health Care Delivery and Cost through Integrated Community Health Outreach Programs

Robust, community-driven outreach models are critical for ensuring access to and utilization of health care services by underserved populations. However, under a traditional structure of payment for health services, many outreach activities and other enabling services...

Using a Harm Reduction Approach and Mobile Outreach to Promote Health Among Those Engaged in Street-Based Sex Work and Drug Use

Harm reduction is an evidence-based, public health approach that uses practical strategies to reduce the harmful consequences associated with certain high-risk behaviors[1]. For example, a harm reduction approach to drug use could involve counseling someone about the risks involved or giving them sterile syringes. With the aim of “meeting people where they’re at”…

Creating Partnerships to Provide Prenatal Care and Free Multivitamins to Low-Income Women

Many low-income pregnant women and children face undernutrition because they do not have regular access to healthy foods. As a result, children can develop vitamin and mineral deficiencies that impact their physical and mental development. Multivitamins, including prenatal vitamins for pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers and their infants and daily multivitamins for children under five, can supplement existing food resources to improve the health…