These resources are designed to meet your organization’s capacity building needs, enhancing the way your work impacts lives and communities.
Resources for World Hepatitis Day on July 28th
Organizations around the world, and across the United States, participate in World Hepatitis Day to raise awareness of the problem and what needs to be done to strengthen efforts in prevention, screening, and control of viral hepatitis.
The MOM Program on Case Management
The MOM program focuses on improving care for pregnant and postpartum Medicaid participants diagnosed with opioid use disorder (OUD). The MOM Program provides case management services to pregnant enrollees with OUD that will continue for one year following the end of pregnancy.
Applying for a Grant with No Prior Writing Experience
This brief article describes how those without prior grant-writing experience can still apply for grants.
How to Start a Nonprofit
If you are passionate about helping or serving others in your community, you might consider starting a nonprofit program. This simple guide explains the process of starting a nonprofit organization.
Five Ways Health Centers Can Promote Health Care Access for Survivors of Domestic Violence
This 2-page PDF summarizes the key actions to promote health center enrollment for survivors of domestic violence, and how health centers may partner with community-based programs, such as DV advocacy programs.
HRSA’s Area Health Resources Files Diversity Dashboard
The Bureau of Health Workforce has released the Area Health Resources Files Diversity Dashboard. The Area Health Resources Files provide data on health care professions, health facilities, population characteristics, economics, health professions training, hospital utilization, hospital expenditures, and environment at the county, state, and national levels from over 50 data sources.
Community Health Workers in HIV Care Training Toolkit
A resource collection of tips, training materials, and evidence-based recommendations for community health workers (CHWs), and collaborative clinical team members such as peer navigators, case managers, outreach workers, and CHW programs in HIV care settings.