Migratory and Seasonal Agricultural Workers

TODAY WE HIGHLIGHT THESE NCA RESOURCES:

Farmworker Justice (FWJ) HRSA BPHC exit disclaimer

Specializes in providing T/TA related to federal and state policy and legislation impacting access to healthcare for agricultural workers and their families, with a focus on environmental justice and the H2A Agricultural Guest Workers Program. Request TA from FWJHRSA BPHC exit disclaimer

Health Outreach Partners (HOP) HRSA BPHC exit disclaimer

Provides T/TA on outreach and enabling services (e.g., transportation), program planning and development, needs assessments and evaluation, and community collaboration, particularly targeting migrant and seasonal agricultural workers. Request TA from HOPHRSA BPHC exit disclaimer

MHP Salud HRSA BPHC exit disclaimer

Provides T/TA to health centers to develop, implement, and sustain Promotoras de Salud (Community Health Workers) programs through culturally-appropriate health education and outreach community development. Request TA from MHP SaludHRSA BPHC exit disclaimer

Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) HRSA BPHC exit disclaimer

Provides T/TA on all aspects of clinical care and issues impacting migratory and seasonal agricultural worker patients, providers and clinic systems through consultation, patient tracking, bridge case management, and clinical education. Request TA from MCNHRSA BPHC exit disclaimer

National Center for Farmworker Health (NCFH) HRSA BPHC exit disclaimer

Specializes in T/TA related to health center governance, administration and patient education designed to enhance health centers’ delivery of services for the MSAWs and their families. Request TA from NCFH.PopulationsHRSA BPHC exit disclaimer


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Reminder: HRSA has National Cooperative Agreements with national organizations to provide free training and technical assistance (T/TA) to support existing and potential health center grantees and look-alikes. The NCA partners possess subject matter expertise in functional areas, and support health center’s ability to maintain fiscal and operational excellence, engage in effective workforce development activities, utilize cutting-edge health information technology and structure health care services in a manner culturally and linguistically appropriate to the patient population served.

These organizations are funded to provide T/TA to health centers in a manner that increases patient safety and health outcomes, effectively serves diverse special, vulnerable, and underserved rural, frontier, and urban populations. This T/TA often takes the form of learning collaboratives, state/regional/national trainings, webinars, newsletters, toolkits, and fact sheets.