Health Outreach Partners

Health Outreach Partners Mission: To build the capacity of community-based organizations in order to improve the health and wellbeing of low-income, vulnerable, and underserved populations.
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Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King today!  Health Outreach Partners hopes his leadership will move us towards equity, di...
01/18/2021

Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King today! Health Outreach Partners hopes his leadership will move us towards equity, diversity and inclusion as our country begins to heal.

Important state by state Covid-19 vaccine information.  Please share!  https://www.nashp.org/each-states-plan-for-vaccin...
01/16/2021
States Plan for Vaccinating their Populations against COVID-19 – The National Academy for State Health Policy

Important state by state Covid-19 vaccine information. Please share!

https://www.nashp.org/each-states-plan-for-vaccinating-its-populations-against-covid-19/?utm_campaign=fyi_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

Guided by evolving federal recommendations and limited vaccine supplies, states continue to develop vaccine distribution plans that prioritize when their workforce members and populations receive the COVID-19 vaccine. While state priorities vary, all 50 states and Washington, DC placed health care w...

Sharing a cool mental health resource offered by UC Berkeley.  English:We understand that times are difficult and that t...
01/14/2021

Sharing a cool mental health resource offered by UC Berkeley.

English:
We understand that times are difficult and that taking care of your mental health is especially important right now. We developed a daily texting program (StayWell at Home) to provide tips on managing the stress of social distancing and stay home orders.
Sign up here for English texts: https://berkeley.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_73qj0nsxPQKBdOJ

Español:
Entendemos que los tiempos son difíciles y que cuidar su salud mental es especialmente importante en este momento. Desarollamos un programa de textos (BienEstar en Casa) para ayudar a las personas a lidiar con el estres de la pandemia. Inscribase para recibir textos en español:
https://berkeley.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bHFYdbXArdtzeAJ

SDOH Community Partnerships Learning Collaborative Health Outreach Partners, Farmworker Justice, and the National Center...
01/12/2021

SDOH Community Partnerships Learning Collaborative

Health Outreach Partners, Farmworker Justice, and the National Center for Farmworker Health, HRSA-funded NTTAPs, invite health center staff to join a learning collaborative focused on exploring and developing effective strategies for establishing community partnerships that address and provide solutions to address Migratory and Seasonal Agricultural Worker (MSAW)-specific social determinants of health. Year 1 of the learning collaborative will meet on a bi-weekly basis beginning Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at 11AM PST/2PM EST. Participant application is available at: https://bit.ly/37KXTch

Our organization stands against violence and racism.  Please read our Executive Director's statement. https://outreach-p...
01/08/2021
Health Outreach Partners' Commitment to Combat Structural Racism in Light of Violent Acts at US Capitol - Health Outreach Partners

Our organization stands against violence and racism. Please read our Executive Director's statement.

https://outreach-partners.org/blog-post/health-outreach-partners-commitment-to-combat-structural-racism-in-light-of-violent-acts-at-us-capitol/#more-7831

I am saddened and deeply troubled by the events in our Nation’s Capitol on Wednesday. Health Outreach Partners condemns these acts of violence and insurrection led by white nationalist groups and other extremists. They acted with total disregard for the law and the will of the people of the United...

Please join Health Outreach Partners along with our National Training and Technical Assistance Partners for one of our 4...
01/07/2021
General 2 — Special and Vulnerable Populations Diabetes Task Force

Please join Health Outreach Partners along with our National Training and Technical Assistance Partners for one of our 4 Learning Collaboratives to address Diabetes care in our community health centers. Application link below!

https://chcdiabetes.org/learning-collaboratives

Join us for a learning collaborative Join us for the following learning collaboratives, which build upon the Fall 2020 National Learning Series. Each learning collaborative provides health centers, primary care associations, health center controlled networks, and other partners with in-depth inform...

The whole team at Health Outreach Partners wishes our friends, supporters and patterns a Happy New Year!  May 2021 bring...
01/05/2021

The whole team at Health Outreach Partners wishes our friends, supporters and patterns a Happy New Year! May 2021 bring hope, good health, and peace to all! ❤️

Interesting article discussing the experiences and possible side effects from the Covid-19 vaccine trial.  Bottom line- ...
12/19/2020
A Nursing Researcher’s Experience in a COVID-19 Vaccine Trial

Interesting article discussing the experiences and possible side effects from the Covid-19 vaccine trial. Bottom line- it is our responsibility as health professionals to know the risks and be prepared to discuss with patients.

https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamainternalmedicine/fullarticle/2773790?campaign_id=49&emc=edit_ca_20201218&instance_id=25183&nl=california-today®i_id=132307349&segment_id=47306&te=1&user_id=37d76b47830311a6d68d8f88f1cd7d75

This perspective is that of a nursing researcher turned volunteer in a COVID-19 vaccine trial. She considers the experience of study participants and how clinicians will need to prepare their patients for the vaccine’s possible adverse effects.

Hi friends and partners, check out this article on healthy eating co-authored by Health Outreach Partner's very own Liam...
12/18/2020
Facilitating Healthy Eating for the Whole Family - Health Outreach Partners

Hi friends and partners, check out this article on healthy eating co-authored by Health Outreach Partner's very own Liam Spurgeon. #healthyfood #healthyeating #diabetes

https://outreach-partners.org/blog-post/facilitating-healthy-eating-for-the-whole-family/

One of the most important strategies for diabetes management and improvement is through maintaining a healthy diet. Combined with physical activity, this can be the pathway to controlling this disease and improving health outcomes.[1] Good nutrition is not only important for individuals currently di...

Health Outreach Partners is happy to welcome our newest board member, Ryan Lau. Ryan is an External Affairs Representati...
12/17/2020

Health Outreach Partners is happy to welcome our newest board member, Ryan Lau. Ryan is an External Affairs Representative with the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit) where he works with elected officials and regulatory agencies to promote transit-friendly policies, as well as conducts community outreach to external stakeholders, riders, and the general public. Ryan has spent over 15 years in the public policy and community engagement realm, working for a Berkeley City Councilmember prior to coming to AC Transit. The breadth of issue areas in which Ryan has experience throughout his career has given him a unique perspective that allows him to recognize the variety of intersectionalities across public policy issues, which is a primary reason he was interested in HOP and how transportation and health outcomes are related. Ryan resides in the San Francisco East Bay with his wife, daughter, and 2 Vizsla bird dogs.

https://outreach-partners.org/about-hop/board/

Health Outreach Partners is excited to introduce our newest staff member - Project Manager Patty Avila-Garcia, MPH. Prio...
12/15/2020

Health Outreach Partners is excited to introduce our newest staff member - Project Manager Patty Avila-Garcia, MPH. Prior to joining HOP, Patty was a policy advocate working to ensure the human right to safe and affordable drinking water for all Californians.
Patty is passionate about achieving health equity through direct service, research, and policy. She brings years of experience serving populations in safety-net healthcare systems in different capacities and as an experienced researcher, Patty has published research on digital mental health interventions for diverse populations.
Originally from the Central Valley, Patty has adopted the Bay Area as her home. She earned an MPH degree and BA degrees in Social Welfare and Psychology from UC Berkeley. In her free time, she enjoys bird watching, growing her plant collection, and trying new desserts.
#futureisbright #HealthEquity #publichealth

Support Health Outreach Partners to continue our work supporting community health centers.   This has been a challenging...
12/02/2020

Support Health Outreach Partners to continue our work supporting community health centers. This has been a challenging year for the communities we support. Any donation, any amount helps. #givingtuesday2020 #healthequity #farmworkers #essentialworkers

https://www.nfggive.com/donation/52-1852628

12/01/2020

Please support Health Outreach Partners this Giving Tuesday so we can continue to improve access to health care for vulnerable communities especially during this difficult time for our essential workers. #givingtuesday2020 #healthequity #covid19 #essentialworkers

Health Outreach Partners is celebrating our 50th anniversary.  Please take a look at our celebratory Outreach Connection...
11/30/2020

Health Outreach Partners is celebrating our 50th anniversary. Please take a look at our celebratory Outreach Connection newsletter at the link below. Help us celebrate and grow our impact by making a contribution today! Our work with vulnerable populations is more important than ever! #GivingTuesday2020 #HealthcareIsAHumanRight #healthequity

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Happy Thanksgiving to our friends, partners and supporters.  The team at Health Outreach Partners is filled with gratitu...
11/25/2020

Happy Thanksgiving to our friends, partners and supporters. The team at Health Outreach Partners is filled with gratitude to be part of the health center movement! Wishing bountiful peace to all!
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The election will be over in five days but #COVID19 will not. Essential workers are essential to life not disposable.  T...
10/30/2020

The election will be over in five days but #COVID19 will not. Essential workers are essential to life not disposable. They deserve protection. If they don't work, 331,000,000 people do not eat! Vote like your life and their lives depend on it - because they do! #EssentialNotDisposable #VoteHealth2020 #votelikeyourlifedependsonit 🇺🇸🗳

10/12/2020

Health Outreach Partners is excited to announce that the Special and Vulnerable Populations Diabetes Task Force website is now up and running! Check it out!

https://chcdiabetes.org

Reminding our health center and PCA partners that our webinar is coming up next week- October 20, 2020-  Diabetes Contin...
10/12/2020
Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Diabetes Continuum of Care: Bridging the Health Literacy Gap to Improve Diabetes Outcomes. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Reminding our health center and PCA partners that our webinar is coming up next week- October 20, 2020- Diabetes Continuum of Care: Bridging the Health Literacy Gap to Improve Diabetes Outcomes!! Join us!

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gVDTYQ6ORgK8dV0G1TryBw

This is the first of four webinars in our Fall 2020 Diabetes in Special & Vulnerable Populations: A National Learning Series. After this webinar, participants will be able to: 1. Explain the importance of addressing gaps in health literacy across the lifespan for successful self-management of chroni...

Registration deadlines fast approaching!  Check your registration! Have a plan! Vote Early! 🇺🇸#VoteHealth2020
10/05/2020

Registration deadlines fast approaching! Check your registration! Have a plan! Vote Early! 🇺🇸#VoteHealth2020

10/01/2020
Free, Drive‐Through COVID‐19 Testing

Hi local Bay Area supporters- Alameda county is having drive-through Covid-19 testing this weekend. Check it out! Share with your friends, family and patients.

https://www.alamedaca.gov/Shortcut-Content/News-Media/Alameda-County-Partners-with-the-City-of-Alameda-to-Provide-Free-Drive%E2%80%90Through-COVID%E2%80%9019-Testing

The County of Alameda is partnering with the City of Alameda to bring pop‐up testing to the island’s residents and workers. Penumbra, Inc. a medical devices manufacturer headquartered in Alameda, has made their west side parking lot off Road A near 1401 Harbor Bay Pkwy available for this critica...

Mark your calendars and join  Health Outreach Partners on our upcoming webinar- October 20, 2020- Diabetes Continuum of ...
09/29/2020

Mark your calendars and join Health Outreach Partners on our upcoming webinar- October 20, 2020- Diabetes Continuum of care: Bridging the Health Literacy Gap to Improve Diabetes Outcomes. We will have a lively and engaging panelist discussion! Register today! link below
#healthequity #healthdisparities #communityhealthcenters

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gVDTYQ6ORgK8dV0G1TryBw

On the last day of a week of action for Defend the Vote for Public Health, we share HOP's Executive Director's message t...
09/25/2020
Our Vote, Our Voice, Our Power - Health Outreach Partners

On the last day of a week of action for Defend the Vote for Public Health, we share HOP's Executive Director's message to encourage everyone to get out the vote and take a moment to register! Have a safe weekend!
#DefendTheVote4PH #VoteHealth2020

https://outreach-partners.org/blog-post/our-vote-our-voice-our-power/

There is no doubt that 2020 has been a turbulent year filled with challenges and uncertainty. I did not predict on March 13th, when I packed up my office, that six months later I would still be working remotely in the midst of a pandemic – a crisis that has taken the lives of over […]

We have a fabulous new co-worker!  Health Outreach Partners would like to extend its warmest possible welcome to our new...
09/24/2020

We have a fabulous new co-worker! Health Outreach Partners would like to extend its warmest possible welcome to our newest staff member - Project Manager Robyn Barron, MPH.

Prior to joining HOP, Robyn coordinated urban community health programs, specifically community healing, with Black and Latinx communities around East Oakland. She comes with over eleven years of experience working in research on environmental health and safety with a focus on occupational health. ​​​​​​​

To learn more about Robyn please check out her bio on our staff page!

https://outreach-partners.org/about-hop/staff/

Droughts, wildfires, change in growing seasons impact US drinking water quality, regional weather, food-growing seasons ...
09/24/2020

Droughts, wildfires, change in growing seasons impact US drinking water quality, regional weather, food-growing seasons & production.

Read more at tinyurl.com/yxoetlg8 & find more info to plug into the election at http://bit.ly/defendthevote4ph

#VoteHealth2020 #DefendTheVote4PH

Health Workers/Students #DefendTheVote4PHHealth workers & students – Sign up to be a POLL WORKER (if you can go in perso...
09/23/2020

Health Workers/Students #DefendTheVote4PH

Health workers & students – Sign up to be a POLL WORKER (if you can go in person)!

✨ Help guarantee safe & fair voting
😷 Provide PPE & other safety protections
🗳 Monitor voter suppression
#DefendTheVote4PH

http://bit.ly/defendthevote4ph

Health Outreach Partners invites you to join our upcoming webinar - "Identifying the Enabling Services Workforce for SDO...
09/22/2020

Health Outreach Partners invites you to join our upcoming webinar - "Identifying the Enabling Services Workforce for SDOH Screening and Documentation." September 30, 2020! Registration Link below! #SDOH #enablingservices #communityhealthcenters

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HpbN_kgsRrqeX4alMgh1pQ

Today is National Voter Registration Day!  🔎 Even if you think you're 110% sure, check your registration: http://bit.ly/...
09/22/2020

Today is National Voter Registration Day! 🔎 Even if you think you're 110% sure, check your registration: http://bit.ly/voteHealthCheck

👎Changing people’s registration is a tactic often targeting Black, Brown, &/or young voters
🗑 Trash voter suppression ✅ #DefendTheVote4PH
#HealthyDemocracy #NationalVoterRegistrationDay

Voting matters 4 health: ⬆️ Individual agency & power✊🏽 Shows collective community powerHas direct impacts on 💰 for heal...
09/21/2020

Voting matters 4 health:

⬆️ Individual agency & power
✊🏽 Shows collective community power
Has direct impacts on 💰 for health 🏘 🚌 🏥 🏞
Register your community! #VoteHealth2020
https://www.votehealth2020.com/

#DefendTheVote4PH

On behalf of the Health Outreach Partners' team we send condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Justice Rut...
09/19/2020

On behalf of the Health Outreach Partners' team we send condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Thank you RBG for your wisdom, determination, and service to our country. Most of all thank you for giving a voice to those who are often silenced. Rest In Peace! #rbgforever #notorious #SCOTUS 💔

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1970 Broadway, Ste 200
Oakland, CA
94612

General information

Impact: Strong, sustainable community-based organizations to improve people's health and well being and the organizations' bottom line. History: Health Outreach Partners began in June 15, 1970, as Farmworker Health Services, Inc., a small, direct service program to migrant and seasonal farmworkers. HOP began work in five local communities along the East Coast, sending outreach staff to provide health education, health promotion and other services in small, poor, rural areas where oftentimes clinics did not yet exist. By the summer of 1973, HOP work had expanded to 15 communities along the Eastern seaboard. In January 2001, HOP’s service area encompassed 17 states. In 2001, HOP leveraged its 30 years of direct service experience and leadership in health outreach and prevention strategies into a training and technical assistance role serving Migrant and Community Health Centers nationwide. HOP believes that strong and sustainable community-based organizations are critical to improving people's health and well being and the organization's bottom line. Over the years, HOP recognized the real and growing need among Community Health Centers (CHCs) for outreach and similar grassroots models for other vulnerable populations such as day laborers, dairy workers, construction workers, and domestic workers who faced similar barriers to care, health disparities, and socio-economic disadvantages as farmworkers. In 2009, Health Outreach Partners expanded its scope in 2009 to fill that growing need and address the reality of the rapidly changing populations served by CHCs. Philosophy: HOP believes that outreach fulfills a critical need to increase access to health and social services and decrease health disparities for low-income, vulnerable, and underserved populations. HOP believes in meeting organizations at their starting point and working within their unique context. HOP Website: http://outreach-partners.org/home

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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(510) 268-0091

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50 Years in Public Health

On June 15, 1970, Health Outreach Partners began as a small, direct service program working with five local communities along the East Coast and by the summer of 1973 that number had grown to 15 communities. At that time, HOP outreach staff was stationed in small, poor, rural areas where oftentimes clinics did not yet exist. HOP continued expanding its staff to meet the increasing demands from numerous communities along the Eastern seaboard until January 2001, when its service area encompassed 17 states.

In 2001, HOP leveraged its 30 years of direct service experience and leadership in health outreach and prevention strategies into a training and technical assistance role serving Migrant and Community Health Centers nationwide.

Now, with nearly 50 years of experience in health outreach, HOP is excited to announce a new scope and mission To build strong, effective, and sustainable grassroots health models by partnering with local community-based organizations across the country in order to improve the quality of life of low-income, vulnerable, and underserved populations.

HOP Website: http://outreach-partners.org/home

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