Our very own Nick Nagel, CHW at LTHC Homeless Services, was named Peer of Year at the 2022 Tippecanoe Celebration of Recovery Rally. Congratulations to Nick for being recognized for his great work at LTHC, helping people not only in addition but with general life care. The Recovery Rally began in 2018 to bring together […]
Becca Ziolkowski will be at the American Public Health Association conference on November 7th presenting preliminary findings on our RADxUP study, Community Health Worker Led COVID-19 Education and Rapid Antigen Testing for People Experiencing Homelessness
Our Director, Natalia Rodriguez, writes about the importance of expanding the CHW workforce. Read the full editorial published in the American Journal of Public Health. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2105/AJPH.2022.306775
An interest in, and the need for, Community Health Workers (CHWs) in the United States is growing exponentially. CHWs possess a unique ability to relate to and build trust with communities in order to improve clinical outcomes, while building individual and community capacity. Given their critical role in addressing social determinants of health, expanding the […]
Our project, “Community Health Worker Led COVID-19 Education and Rapid Antigen Testing for People Experiencing Homelessness” has been selected for funding under the NIH Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics for Underserved Populations (RADx-UP) Rapid Research Pilot Program grant.