Community Health Workers (CHW)

Arming front line providers with information, tools and resources to support community members during COVID-19.

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Build a Learning Community

Gain access to relevant, up-to-date information on COVID-19 to protect you, your families and the community.

Learn Strategies to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

Raise awareness and knowledge of COVID-19 to maintain personal and community safety.

Identify the impact of COVID-19 on Mental Health

Learn about the ways COVID-19 has increased addiction, post-partum depression, isolation, and domestic violence and how to address it in the communities where people live and work.

Gain greater knowledge of programs and resources to support families in need

Receive information on the available resources and programs for childcare, food insecurity, social support, and self-care.

How to Participate

Participate in ECHO from anywhere, using your computer or mobile device

  • Register for the CHW Project ECHO
  • Prepare for each session by Identifying your questions and concerns for the interactive discussion.

Community Health Workers ECHO Session Leaders

  • Lisa Asare, MPH, Assistant Commissioner, Division of Family Health Services – New Jersey Department of Health
  • Brandie Wooding, MSN, RN, Nurse Consultant, Population Health – New Jersey Department of Health
  • Marie Kinsella, The Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey

Community Health Workers ECHO Curriculum

Bi-Weekly Mondays 1:00pm-2:30pm

Click Here to View Current Curriculum

Community Health Worker Training and Certificate Program

Click Here to Review the Following CHW Apprenticeship Program