With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to keep quality people where they are needed.
Community Needs for Health Professionals
Continuing Education Programs
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to train people to go where they are needed.
Community-based Training Sites
National Health Service Corps
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to find people to fill health care jobs.
Introducing students to health careers
Promoting classroom activities
Providing scholastic resource help
Advising students on scholarship availability
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to foster healthy behaviors.
Awareness of Healthy Behaviors
Adoption of Healthy Activities
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to maximize local health care resources.
Qualitative Community Health Assessments
Community Health Worker Training
Mark your calendars for National Farm Safety & Health Week: September 21-27, 2014 Each year since 1944, the third week in September has been recognized as National Farm Safety & Health Week. The 2014 theme is “Protecting What Matters.” AgriSafe will be conducting daily webinars to inform professionals, as well as Agricultural producers on important agricultural occupational health and safety topics. Please visit...Read More
This program, approved and certified by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), provides 160 contact hours towards official Community Health Worker (CHW) certification. Participants will learn the basic eight core competencies of a Community Health Worker, and applications of these competencies in a classroom and community environment.Read More
Incorporating Behavioral Health Awareness in CHW Training Date(s): October 6, 2014 – October 10, 2014 Phone registration and information: Isaac Mancillas, Texas AHEC East Coastal Region, (409) 933-0021, email@example.comRead More