Community Health Worker training programs

Partnering to develop, implement, & evaluate bilingual training programs that help community health workers effectively address health disparities in their communities.

KDH Research & Communication uses best practice science communication strategies to create interactive CHW training programs. With over ten years of program development experience, we can add value to your community's training program strategy and assist you with implementation and evaluation.

Dientes Fuertes, Vida Sana is a culturally competent training program that teaches promotores de salud (community health workers) to build Latino caregivers’ knowledge about how to prevent early childhood tooth decay and obtain dental care for their children.

En Familia improves Latino families’ abilities to navigate the health care system and manage their health and health care. The
multi-session program, which is presented at nonprofit,
faith-based, and community-based organizations, uses an intergenerational, family-based training approach.

Latinos experience significant health disparities and barriers to care when coping with cancer. This product trains promotores to support families with children, a vulnerable population presently underserved by existing programs.

Latinas con Lupus, Promotores con Información (LLPI), an online professional development course for promotores de salud (community health workers), provides promotores with the knowledge and skills to conduct outreach to Latinas with diagnosed or suspected lupus.

Puentes is an online professional development course for promotores de salud to gain knowledge and skills to empower Latino parents of children with special health care needs (CSHCN) navigate the health care and school system to secure educational accommodations for their CSHCN.

KDHRC developed the Todo Promotores Clearinghouse (TPC) program, which includes resources to support NPOs’ formation, implementation, and evaluation of promotores programs.