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Health centers don't just provide cost-effective primary and preventive care — they also connect their patients to social services, such as food or housing assistance, and enabling services that help them access care, such as transportation or translation. Michigan health center staff have the knowledge and skills needed to help patients and communities address barriers and social determinants of health. MPCA, in turn, assists health center staff through technical assistance, training, peer communication network facilitation, resource development, and best practices sharing.

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Stay informed of new resources and supports, by subscribing to the Enabling Services Newsletter. Subscribers will receive a bi-weekly e-newsletter with important national, state, and local enabling services news, upcoming training and education opportunities, new reports and data resources, funding opportunities, and much more! If you are interested in receiving the Enabling Services newsletter, please email Nashia Choudhury.


The Outreach Business Value Toolkit

On Feb. 12, 2018, Health Outreach Partners (HOP) discussed their strategic framework and corresponding toolkit aimed at assisting health center administrators in determining the business value of an integrated community health outreach program and in assessing the potential financial impact of sustained investments in outreach. The Outreach Business Value Toolkit is to help health center leadership assess the financial return for investing in comprehensive community health outreach programs. You can now access the
webinar recording and a PDF of the slides


Background, Research, and Resources


Outreach and Enrollment Toolkit

The MPCA Enabling Services team maintains a toolkit aimed at providing health centers with policy information, resources, program planning tools, and templates needed to successfully launch and grow community health worker and outreach and enrollment programs. For more information, email Nashia Choudhury, MPH, associate director of operations and enabling services, for resources and information! 


Michigan Primary Care Association’s (MPCA) federal grant program titled "State and Regional Primary Care Associations” allows MPCA to provide technical assistance and support to Health Centers in Michigan and is 100 percent funded by federal dollars at a current annual level of $1,186,260.00.

MI Bridges Training (Traverse City)

August 12, 1:00 pm-4:00 pm ET

MI Bridges Training (Traverse City)

August 12, 1:00 pm-4:00 pm ET

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