Home Visitors, Early Intervention Specialists, Social Workers, and other family support service providers:
The DPH Injury Prevention and Control Program is pleased to offer a training about HOPE (Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences). By participating in this 90-minute training, you will learn the basics of HOPE, the research behind Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs) and their mitigating effects on ACEs, the Four Building Blocks of HOPE, and how focusing on family strengths encourages resilience. With plenty of time for Q&A and discussion, the HOPE Center will share information about strategies, resources, services, and tools available.
Introduction to HOPE
Wednesday, September 14, 2022, 3:00pm-4:30pm
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For more information about this training and more upcoming offerings from the Injury Prevention and Control Program or reach out to Alexandria.firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall COEC Training from CHEC is on its way. SIGN UP Today!
The Comprehensive Outreach Education Certificate (COEC) is a two-part, 80-hour training program that covers core competencies Community Health Workers (CHWs) need to provide effective community outreach and health education work in community-based settings. The training emphasizes skills to prepare CHWs to serve in a variety of functions including culturally appropriate health education and outreach, navigating the health and human service systems, assuring access to services, advocating for individual and community needs, and building individual and community capacity. In addition, the training encourages CHWs to become proficient on health issues affecting diverse communities and introduces them to a public health framework for understanding these issues. Enrollment is available for community health workers or volunteers who are currently employed by a community health centers or community-based organizations to do at least 20 hours a week of community outreach and health education.
Click here to register for Fall 2022 Comprehensive Outreach Education Certificate training!
Internship opportunity: Immigrant Scholar Intern at the Leah Zallman Center for Immigrant Health Research
(Fall Semester Paid Internship Position – Associate’s or Bachelor’s Level)
The immigrant scholar internship program is designed to offer students with lived experience in immigrant families the opportunity to participate in Leah Zallman Center studies and inform the direction of the Center.
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