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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Webinar Announcement Join this webinar facilitated by HOP's Exeutive Director, Cindy Selmi, hosted by the Florida Associ...
06/10/2021

Webinar Announcement

Join this webinar facilitated by HOP's Exeutive Director, Cindy Selmi, hosted by the Florida Association of Community Health Centers. Cindy will present an overview of roles and responsibilities of Enabling Service (ES) staff, including a discussion of how this role is evolving as payors move towards value-based care and look increasingly at social determinants of health (SDOH) data to see improvements in community health. Topics covered include the benefits of integration into the clinical setting, the patient-centered medical home model of care and the composition of the care team, and how the pandemic accentuated the cracks in the health care system and highlighted disparities in communities of color. Friday June 18, 2021 12:30-1:30 ET.
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MFw9C2QQRgWCily9dd4XbA?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=ORC+June+10%2C+2021

Webinar Announcement

Join this webinar facilitated by HOP's Exeutive Director, Cindy Selmi, hosted by the Florida Association of Community Health Centers. Cindy will present an overview of roles and responsibilities of Enabling Service (ES) staff, including a discussion of how this role is evolving as payors move towards value-based care and look increasingly at social determinants of health (SDOH) data to see improvements in community health. Topics covered include the benefits of integration into the clinical setting, the patient-centered medical home model of care and the composition of the care team, and how the pandemic accentuated the cracks in the health care system and highlighted disparities in communities of color. Friday June 18, 2021 12:30-1:30 ET.
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MFw9C2QQRgWCily9dd4XbA?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=ORC+June+10%2C+2021

Health Outreach Partners stands in support of the LGBTQ community now and always!  #lovewins #pride2021
06/04/2021

Health Outreach Partners stands in support of the LGBTQ community now and always! #lovewins #pride2021

Health Outreach Partners stands in support of the LGBTQ community now and always! #lovewins #pride2021

Health Outreach Partners' work has been supporting partnerships in community health centers to positively impact outcome...
05/28/2021
UC Davis co-launches high-touch telehealth program in the Central Valley for agricultural workers - California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems

Health Outreach Partners' work has been supporting partnerships in community health centers to positively impact outcomes and make a collective impact. Please read about his amazing partnership in California. #communityhealthcenters #farmworkers #healthequity #communitypartnerships

https://caph.org/2021/05/26/ucdavis-launches-telehealth/

UC Davis co-launches high-touch telehealth program in the Central Valley for agricultural workers By Megan Renfrew Posted May 26, 2021 In News Article By: Aisling Carroll Photo Credit: © 2006 Nancy Nehring A “co-conspirator” in Merced County Merced County’s leading cause of death in 2020 was ...

As Mental Health Month winds down- please share this post with your outreach workers, CHW and patients.  #farmworkers #m...
05/27/2021

As Mental Health Month winds down- please share this post with your outreach workers, CHW and patients. #farmworkers #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #healthequity

Do you work in agriculture? Are you low on your mood? Consider taking part in a short study to learn how you can perhaps improve your mood. Visit TenerPoder to learn how to participate in this study: https://bit.ly/2TcBdec

¿Trabajas en agricultura? ¿Está bajo su estado de ánimo? Considere participar en un breve estudio para aprender cómo tal vez puede mejorar su estado de ánimo. Visite TenerPoder para aprender cómo participar en este estudio: https://bit.ly/2TcBdec

As Mental Health Month winds down- please share this post with your outreach workers, CHW and patients. #farmworkers #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #healthequity

Do you work in agriculture? Are you low on your mood? Consider taking part in a short study to learn how you can perhaps improve your mood. Visit TenerPoder to learn how to participate in this study: https://bit.ly/2TcBdec

¿Trabajas en agricultura? ¿Está bajo su estado de ánimo? Considere participar en un breve estudio para aprender cómo tal vez puede mejorar su estado de ánimo. Visite TenerPoder para aprender cómo participar en este estudio: https://bit.ly/2TcBdec

#blacklivesmatter #GeorgeFloyd #SayTheirNames
05/25/2021

#blacklivesmatter #GeorgeFloyd #SayTheirNames

#blacklivesmatter #GeorgeFloyd #SayTheirNames

In honor of AAPI month, HOP's Senior Project Manager Sonia Lee writes our monthly blog- please take a minute to give it ...
05/24/2021
Reflections on Asian American Consciousness - Health Outreach Partners

In honor of AAPI month, HOP's Senior Project Manager Sonia Lee writes our monthly blog- please take a minute to give it a read!
#StopAsianHate #aapiheritagemonth
https://outreach-partners.org/blog-post/reflections-on-asian-american-consciousness/#more-7993

The problem with silence is that it can’t speak up and say why it’s silent. And so silence collects, becomes amplified, takes on a life outside our intentions, in that silence can get misread as indifference, or avoidance, or even shame, and eventually this silences passes over into forgetting. ...

Make the best decisions to protect you, your  family, and your community. Talk with your health  care provider to get th...
05/22/2021

Make the best decisions to protect you, your family, and your community. Talk with your health care provider to get the facts about COVID-19 vaccines.
Find a vaccine location near you:
�� Search http://vaccines.gov
�� Text your ZIP code to 438829
�� Call 1-800-232-0233
#WeCanDoThis
#Covid-19Vaccine

Make the best decisions to protect you, your family, and your community. Talk with your health care provider to get the facts about COVID-19 vaccines.
Find a vaccine location near you:
�� Search http://vaccines.gov
�� Text your ZIP code to 438829
�� Call 1-800-232-0233
#WeCanDoThis
#Covid-19Vaccine

The Ag Worker Access Campaign Task force is pleased to host this webinar, where participants will learn from State Monit...
05/18/2021

The Ag Worker Access Campaign Task force is pleased to host this webinar, where participants will learn from State Monitor Advocate guest presenters about the State Monitor Advocate (SMA) system, their role, and how SMAs can assist health centers and other Ag worker serving agencies in forging relationships with growers, resulting in increased access to care for Ag worker families. Presenters will also share information and resources available on the DOL website. Webinar will include presentation and time for Q&A. Register today!!

https://ncfh-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XH3xy_BXRdqRBsoS-6mlbw

The Ag Worker Access Campaign Task force is pleased to host this webinar, where participants will learn from State Monitor Advocate guest presenters about the State Monitor Advocate (SMA) system, their role, and how SMAs can assist health centers and other Ag worker serving agencies in forging relationships with growers, resulting in increased access to care for Ag worker families. Presenters will also share information and resources available on the DOL website. Webinar will include presentation and time for Q&A. Register today!!

https://ncfh-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XH3xy_BXRdqRBsoS-6mlbw

Honor our neighbors, friends and community members.  #StopAsianHate #endracism
05/13/2021

Honor our neighbors, friends and community members. #StopAsianHate #endracism

Honor our neighbors, friends and community members. #StopAsianHate #endracism

Mental Health Awareness Month continues:  Comparta con sus pacientes y clientes.El propósito del sitio web de autoayuda ...
05/12/2021

Mental Health Awareness Month continues: Comparta con sus pacientes y clientes.

El propósito del sitio web de autoayuda es para dar herramientas a trabajadores agrícolas para poder mejorar sus estados de ánimo. Para aumentar la participación de los participantes, se agregará un componente de mensajes de texto como para medir su estado de ánimo por 7 días. Los participantes deben tener un correo electrónico y un teléfono inteligente capaz de recibir mensajes de texto para participar. Los participantes solo participaran por 7 días y luego responder un breve cuestionario sobre el estado de ánimo después de los 7 días por mensaje de texto. #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #farmworkers #essentialworkers #communityhealthcenters #FQHC #healthequity #CommunityHealthWorkers

https://bit.ly/2TcBdec

Mental Health Awareness Month continues: Comparta con sus pacientes y clientes.

El propósito del sitio web de autoayuda es para dar herramientas a trabajadores agrícolas para poder mejorar sus estados de ánimo. Para aumentar la participación de los participantes, se agregará un componente de mensajes de texto como para medir su estado de ánimo por 7 días. Los participantes deben tener un correo electrónico y un teléfono inteligente capaz de recibir mensajes de texto para participar. Los participantes solo participaran por 7 días y luego responder un breve cuestionario sobre el estado de ánimo después de los 7 días por mensaje de texto. #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #farmworkers #essentialworkers #communityhealthcenters #FQHC #healthequity #CommunityHealthWorkers

https://bit.ly/2TcBdec

Mental Health Awareness Month Continues:  See this important study below for Farmworkers. Please share with your patient...
05/12/2021

Mental Health Awareness Month Continues: See this important study below for Farmworkers. Please share with your patients and clients.

A Website Intervention to Manage Depression in Latinx Farmworkers: A Feasibility Study will provide Latinx Farmworkers with access to a Spanish, online self-help website that will be piloted in this study (i.e., TenerPoder, developed by the principal investigator). The online self-help website’s purpose is to provide skills that will hopefully help Latinx farmworkers manage depressive symptoms. To increase participant participation, a text messaging component will be added as part of the study. Participants must have an email and smartphone capable of receiving text messages to participate. Participants are only required to participate for 7 days and then answer a brief mood questionnaire after the 7 days via text message. #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #farmworkers #communityhealthcenters #FQHC #healthequity #essentialworkers

https://bit.ly/2TcBdec

Mental Health Awareness Month Continues: See this important study below for Farmworkers. Please share with your patients and clients.

A Website Intervention to Manage Depression in Latinx Farmworkers: A Feasibility Study will provide Latinx Farmworkers with access to a Spanish, online self-help website that will be piloted in this study (i.e., TenerPoder, developed by the principal investigator). The online self-help website’s purpose is to provide skills that will hopefully help Latinx farmworkers manage depressive symptoms. To increase participant participation, a text messaging component will be added as part of the study. Participants must have an email and smartphone capable of receiving text messages to participate. Participants are only required to participate for 7 days and then answer a brief mood questionnaire after the 7 days via text message. #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #farmworkers #communityhealthcenters #FQHC #healthequity #essentialworkers

https://bit.ly/2TcBdec

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05/09/2021

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Health Outreach Partners salutes our Nurses!  If there was ever a year to honor these superheroes it is 2021!  Thank you...
05/06/2021

Health Outreach Partners salutes our Nurses! If there was ever a year to honor these superheroes it is 2021! Thank you to all the nurses across the country that led us through the challenges of the last year! ❤️

Health Outreach Partners salutes our Nurses! If there was ever a year to honor these superheroes it is 2021! Thank you to all the nurses across the country that led us through the challenges of the last year! ❤️

Check out this blog for some ideas to take care of yourself.  As we start to emerge from the pandemic and things open up...
05/05/2021
18 Ways to Take Care of Yourself and Others This Mental Health Awareness Month

Check out this blog for some ideas to take care of yourself. As we start to emerge from the pandemic and things open up, our mental health will continue to be impacted. Depression and feeling of being overwhelmed may continue or arise. Please contact a mental health professional if needed.

https://blogs.volunteermatch.org/18-ways-to-take-care-of-yourself-and-others-this-mental-health-awareness-month?utm_medium=email&_hsmi=125369692&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8oJA5Kw3Hxo2CCjJ8kpEf15HbrrUqJ6qvlBs1epY61icBXgVlD-58RzEpfGhiwsRnEdyEsGGG2T9KqnbUgPPQ4whjSk-I8guMmTZ0fOEbzY5_GppA&utm_content=125369692&utm_source=hs_email

Find ways to focus on your own wellness and those around you whether at home, at work, or in your communities.

COVID-19 has had a profound impact on mental health. It’s critical to normalize mental health care to heal from the long...
05/04/2021

COVID-19 has had a profound impact on mental health. It’s critical to normalize mental health care to heal from the long-lasting impacts of the pandemic. Learn about #Tools2Thrive, practical tools essential for everyone’s mental health and well-being: mhanational.org/may. #Tools2Thrive #MentalHealthMonth #MHM2021

COVID-19 has had a profound impact on mental health. It’s critical to normalize mental health care to heal from the long-lasting impacts of the pandemic. Learn about #Tools2Thrive, practical tools essential for everyone’s mental health and well-being: mhanational.org/may. #Tools2Thrive #MentalHealthMonth #MHM2021

In the last year Heath Outreach Partners: ❤️Provided fifteen (15) webinars to 1041 participants, 830 (79.73%) of whom we...
04/30/2021

In the last year Heath Outreach Partners:

❤️Provided fifteen (15) webinars to 1041 participants, 830 (79.73%) of whom were Community Health Center or Primary Care Association affiliated, representing at least 215 health center organizations.

❤️Delivered nine (9) trainings or workshops at national and regional conferences to a total of 223 participants, of whom 205 (91.92%) were from Health Centers or Primary Care Associations, representing at least 60 health center organizations.

❤️Reached 770 health center and Primary Care Association staff!

We can accomplish even more with your support! Donate Today!
https://www.nfggive.com/donation/52-1852628

In the last year Heath Outreach Partners:

❤️Provided fifteen (15) webinars to 1041 participants, 830 (79.73%) of whom were Community Health Center or Primary Care Association affiliated, representing at least 215 health center organizations.

❤️Delivered nine (9) trainings or workshops at national and regional conferences to a total of 223 participants, of whom 205 (91.92%) were from Health Centers or Primary Care Associations, representing at least 60 health center organizations.

❤️Reached 770 health center and Primary Care Association staff!

We can accomplish even more with your support! Donate Today!
https://www.nfggive.com/donation/52-1852628

“Like music and art, love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries.”—Jimmy Carte...
04/22/2021

“Like music and art, love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries.”
—Jimmy Carter
#MotherEarth #EarthDay2021 #bethechange

“Like music and art, love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries.”
—Jimmy Carter
#MotherEarth #EarthDay2021 #bethechange

Health Outreach Partners calls for dismantling structural racism in police forces across the country. #BLM #blacklivesma...
04/21/2021

Health Outreach Partners calls for dismantling structural racism in police forces across the country. #BLM #blacklivesmatter #Justice

Health Outreach Partners calls for dismantling structural racism in police forces across the country. #BLM #blacklivesmatter #Justice

Webinar announcement: Building Community Partnerships to Advance Health EquityAchieving health equity requires successfu...
04/19/2021

Webinar announcement: Building Community Partnerships to Advance Health Equity

Achieving health equity requires successful, multi-sectoral partnerships that are creative, innovative and share a common goal. The goal of the webinar is for participants to understand the principles of health equity and identify strategies that they can use to form partnerships.Our presentation will focus on innovative practices and highlight resources for fostering and maintaining collaborations.

This webinar will feature Ellen Lawton, JD, Senior Fellow at Health Begins, who is a national expert in the integration of legal professionals into the health care setting to address the social determinants of health. #healthequity #SDOH #communityhealthcenters #communitypartnerships

Date: Wednesday, April 21st, 2021
Time: 11:00am PT / 3:00pm ET
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_l_KCo8dUSwaG5khhAP3_Vw

Webinar announcement: Building Community Partnerships to Advance Health Equity

Achieving health equity requires successful, multi-sectoral partnerships that are creative, innovative and share a common goal. The goal of the webinar is for participants to understand the principles of health equity and identify strategies that they can use to form partnerships.Our presentation will focus on innovative practices and highlight resources for fostering and maintaining collaborations.

This webinar will feature Ellen Lawton, JD, Senior Fellow at Health Begins, who is a national expert in the integration of legal professionals into the health care setting to address the social determinants of health. #healthequity #SDOH #communityhealthcenters #communitypartnerships

Date: Wednesday, April 21st, 2021
Time: 11:00am PT / 3:00pm ET
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_l_KCo8dUSwaG5khhAP3_Vw

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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 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

(510) 268-0091

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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

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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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