The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) is offering a series of four online training courses for CHWs between February and June 2019. Register today! … Read More »Online Training Courses for Community Health Workers from ADHS
We are excited to present the final conference schedule for the 2018 AzCHOW Conference. See you on Thursday.
The 2018 AzCHOW Conference is fast approaching! Have you registered yet? AzCHOW provides registration scholarships so that CHWs from across the state can attend the… Read More »CHW Scholarships Available for the 2018 AzCHOW Conference
The 2018 AzCHOW Conference is fast approaching, and we want as many CHWs represented as possible! We have a limited number of CHW scholarships available,… Read More »How to ask your organization to sponsor you for the AzCHOW Conference
Registration is open for the 2018 AzCHOW Conference on June 21-22 in Tucson, Arizona! The theme for this year’s conference is “Community Health Workers: Uniting our… Read More »Registration is open for the 15th Annual AzCHOW Conference!
HB 2324 Voluntary Certification for Community Health Workers will be heard by the Senate Committee of the Whole (COW) today, which means that the entire… Read More »HB 2324 will be heard by the Senate Committee of the Whole today (Monday, April 2).
The Arizona Center on Aging (ACOA) recently added two new fact sheets to their Elder Care Resources website. The Care Partner Information Page provide single-page fact… Read More »New Elder Care Fact Sheets in English and Spanish from the Arizona Center on Aging
The Arizona Public Health Association and Maricopa County Department of Public Health are holding an exciting joint Spring Conference on Wednesday, April 11 – Together for Tomorrow: Protecting Arizona’s… Read More »CHW Scholarships available for April 11 AzPHA Conference
HB 2324 Voluntary Certification for Health Workers is moving steadily through the Senate. After passing the House, the bill was assigned to the Senate Health… Read More »Voluntary Certification Bill is moving through the State Senate