DO YOU NEED TRAINING FOR A NEW CAREER?

VIRTUAL CLASSES FOR BECOMING A COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER.
(TRAINING IS STATE APPROVED) 160 HOURS – 4-5 MONTHS TO COMPLETE

DO YOU ENJOY WORKING IN COMMUNITIES?

SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAMS, HUMAN SERVICES, HEALTHCARE, WORKING WITH PEOPLE.
PLEASE CONTACT OUR PROGRAM AT 214-801-8399

8 CORE COMPETENCIES THAT YOU WILL STUDY:

COMMUNICATION | SOCIAL SERVICES | SECIFIC DISEASE KNOWLEDGE | ADVOCACY
TEACHING | ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS | INTERPERSONAL SKILLS | CAPACITY BUILDING IN COMMUNITIES

The Community Health Training Institute, Inc. is a Texas non-profit corporation based in Fort Worth. Its focus is to develop curriculum that allows lay people and other health care personnel to be trained as certified Texas Community Health Workers.

Community Health Training Institute, Inc. (CHTI) was established after several years of training and teaching Community Health Workers at the UNT Health Science Center’s School of Public Health (UNTHSC). Under the project name, Texas Public Health Training Center (TPHTC), UNTHSC trained a number of Fort Worth based Community Health Workers (CHW) for service in several local social service agencies and hospital systems.

For information on Community Health Workers in the Northern US, please visit MHP Salud.

Texas Has Passed H.B. No. 113

Community Health Workers Categorized as Quality Improvement

Medicaid managed care organizations providing health care services under the STAR Medicaid managed care program can now categorize services provided by a community health worker as a quality improvement cost, as authorized by federal law, instead of as an administrative expense.

Click Here to read the full notice

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