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Since 2011, Capacity for Health has been working with AltaMed in achieving their mission “to eliminate disparities in health care access and outcomes by providing superior quality health and human services through an integrated world-class delivery system.”

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Past Trainings

ARTAS

Dates
July 25, 2018 - July 26, 2018
Location
Detroit, MI
Presenters
Jamila Shipp, MPH, and Maria Carmela Keys, MSW

Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services (ARTAS) is an individual-level, multi-session, time-limited intervention with the goal of linking recently diagnosed persons with HIV to medical care soon after receiving their positive test result. ARTAS is based on the Strengths-based Case Management (SBCM) model, which is rooted in Social Cognitive Theory (particularly self-efficacy) and Humanistic Psychology. SBCM is a model that encourages the client to identify and use personal strengths; create goals for himself/herself; and establish an effective, working relationship with the Linkage Coordinator (LC).

This training is intended for individuals who will be responsible for conducting the ARTAS sessions with clients.

Recruitment and Retention

Dates
July 11, 2018 - July 12, 2018
Location
St. Louis, MO
Presenters
Jamila Shipp, MPH, and Maria Carmela Keys, MSW

This custom training is designed to help you increase your knowledge, skills and confidence in recruiting and retaining high-risk individuals into HIV testing. You will learn six different methods for effective recruitment and gain some hands-on skills that will increase your ability to identify the right candidates for HIV testing and other services.

Better HIV Community Planning Councils: 3-Part Webinar Series

Dates
June 7, 2018 - June 21, 2018
Location
Online
Presenters
Ali Cone, HIV Community Planning | Liz Stumm, Shanti Project | David Jordon, SF HIV Community Planning Council

Find out how your HIV planning council can thrive through the lessons learned by San Francisco’s HIV Community Services Planning Council during their merger with our 3-part free webinar.

Each hour-long installment is meant for health department staff and planning council members who are interested in process mergers or integrating HIV care and prevention planning. Learn how your HIV planning council can successfully implement programs and engage the community in this complimentary webinar series.

Webinar 1: Merging HIV Care & Prevention Councils

June 7 11:00 am PST

  • Learn the rationale and value of a merger.
  • The process and procedures of the merger.
  • Important considerations for success.

Webinar 2: One-Year Post Merge

June 14 11:00 am PST

  • What can happen to an agency one year later.
  • Retrospective lessons learned and best practices.

Webinar 3: Community Engagement on a Merged Council

June 21 11:00 am PST

  • Best practices for needs assessment.
  • How to utilize committees, work groups, and partnerships to increase community engagement.
  • Effective council membership recruitment.

Social Network Strategy (SNS) for HIV Testing Recruitment

Dates
May 14, 2018 - May 15, 2018
Location
Baltimore, MD

SNS is based on the underlying principles that people in the same social network share the same risks and risk behaviors for HIV. In addition, people in the same social network know and trust each other and can exert influence on each other. The approach includes the identification of clients or peers who are HIV positive or at high risk for HIV, and enlist them to become recruiters for network associates whom they believe would benefit from HIV Testing Services.

This training is intended for individuals who will be responsible for leading the SNS program at their agencies (i.e. Outreach Coordinator or CTR Recruiter). Agencies interested in developing an SNS program are invited to apply.

Course Objectives

  • Describe the Social Network Strategy
  • Describe the four phases of the Social Network Strategy
  • Draw a Social Network diagram
  • Demonstrate the use of program data for program monitoring
  • Describe steps to develop a plan for integrating Social Networking Strategy into an existing program

POL: Popular Opinion Leader

Dates
October 31, 2017 - November 2, 2017
Location
West Palm Beach, FL
Presenters
Jamila Shipp, Dana Williams

POL is a community-level intervention that involves identifying, enlisting, and training key opinion leaders to encourage safer sexual norms and behaviors within their social networks through risk-reduction conversations. This training is intended for those who have been working in CBOs, health departments, or other entities intending to implement POL and can demonstrate basic knowledge of HIV/AIDS prevention. Our objectives for this training include:

  • Explaining the importance of social norms in POL
  • Describing the process of community discovery
  • Facilitating the four POL training sessions
  • Assessing organizational capacity to implement POL
  • Describing the core elements of POL

 

Program Manager Training

Dates
October 24, 2017 - October 25, 2017
Location
Honolulu, HI

Whether you are an aspiring manager, new to program management, or wanting to further hone your management skills: this FREE training will give you the fundamental skills you’ll need to lead effective team projects. Capacity for Health’s two-day interactive training is designed uniquely for public health professionals who want to get ahead. You will gain the tools to successfully:

  • Manage projects and budgets
  • Supervise staff
  • Build dynamic teams
  • Communicate effectively
  • Self-manage and self-care

Partner Services Collaboration

Dates
October 10, 2017 - October 12, 2017
Location
Lansing, MI

How nonprofit health service organizations can work together or with health departments and clinics to improve client outcomes.

ARTAS: Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services

Dates
October 4, 2017 - October 5, 2017
Location
Boston, MA

Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services (ARTAS) is an individual-level, multi-session, time-limited intervention with the goal of linking recently diagnosed persons with HIV to medical care soon after receiving their positive test result. ARTAS is based on the Strengths-based Case Management (SBCM) model, which is rooted in Social Cognitive Theory (particularly self-efficacy) and Humanistic Psychology. SBCM is a model that encourages the client to identify and use personal strengths; create goals for himself/herself; and establish an effective, working relationship with the Linkage Coordinator.

2017 USCA, Session 6: Structural Competency and Access to HIV Services among LGBT AANHPIs

Dates
September 9, 2017 - September 9, 2017
Location
Mint, Meeting Level 4 - Marriott Marquis, Washington D.C.
Presenters
Capacity for Health, Life Foundation

HIV Service Providers are often trained to assess race and ethnicity in the context of individual clinical interactions—specifically, how a client’s demographic and cultural factors influence their health behaviors (Metzl et. al., 2014). To develop this skill, service providers turn to “cultural competency“ training aimed to strengthen interaction with clients that are different from them. This workshop will challenge traditional notions of cultural competency or sensitivity. Instead, the presenters will discuss an educational movement referred to as Structural Competency—locating approaches away from bodies, backgrounds, and attitudes of clients and providers, and centering focus on understanding biological, socioeconomic, and racial impacts of structural factors. The workshop will begin with discussing the 5 core competencies of Structural Competency, with Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) service providers discussing each competency in practice. Finally, workshop participants will participate in small group discussions to explore each core competency in depth and identify opportunities for application in their own organizations when serving LGBT AANHPIs.

By the end of this workshop, participants will have:

  1. Increased knowledge of Structural Competency frameworks
  2. Increased skill to apply a structural focus when designing HIV services for LGBT AANHPI communities
  3. Increased confidence to provide HIV services to AANHPIs in participants’ local communities

2017 USCA, Session 7: Novel Approaches in an Era of Resource Scarcity for AANHPIs

Dates
September 9, 2017 - September 9, 2017
Location
Mint, Meeting Level 4 - Marriott Marquis, Washington D.C.
Presenters
Capacity for Health, Office of Minority Health Resource Center, Life Foundation, APAIT Health Center, API Wellness Center

Programs and organizations for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPIs) have continued to provide targeted HIV services despite a funding environment that does not prioritize targeted resources for these populations. This workshop invites strategists who work across health departments, community based organizations, and community health centers to discuss current service strategies and opportunities for innovation to maximize limited resources targeting AANHPIs. Part one of this workshop will comprise of a discussion among representatives from HIV/AIDS programs targeting AANHPIs in three metropolitan regions. Panelists will discuss how these organizations utilize research and surveillance, service integration strategies, and multi-ethnic community mobilization to maximize impact across the HIV continuum in AANHPI communities despite decreasing resources. In part two, all workshop attendees will provide insights, drawing from tools and techniques within innovation frameworks, to prototype new service designs to make greater progress towards achieving zero new HIV infections, zero AIDS related deaths, and zero HIV stigma in AANHPI communities in an era of funding scarcity.

By the end of this workshop, participants will have:

  1. Increased knowledge of current resource-limited approaches across the HIV continuum of prevention and care for AANHPI communities
  2. Increased skill to apply innovation frameworks to design service sustainability strategies
  3. Increased confidence to lead HIV programs and strategies targeting AANHPIs in local communities

United States Conference on AIDS: Exhibitor Booth

Dates
September 7, 2017 - July 9, 2017
Location
Washington, D.C.

Come by booth #709 in the Exhibitor Hall of 2017 United States Conference on AIDS! The C4H team will be on deck to give you tips on how to designer better solutions for your public health and HIV prevention program. Play an super-sized game of Jenga with us and grab some free schwag from our consultants and designers.

Essential Facilitator Training

Dates
March 29, 2017 - March 30, 2017
Location
Atlanta, GA
Presenters
Interaction Institute for Social Change

This two-day training will provide you with proven frameworks for resolving conflict, creating buy-in, and building lasting agreements – skills valuable in everyday life and organizational settings. You will learn essential techniques for helping groups solve problems. Led by Interaction Institute for Social Change, you will gain a solid foundation of facilitation theory and practice for immediate use.

This course is tailored to participants, creating the opportunity for novice and advanced facilitators. Your facilitation skills will improve to become more creative, productive, and better equipped to seize opportunities for dramatic improvements in how your organizations achieves ambitious results.

By the end of the training, you will be able to:

  • Keep discussions on track
  • Design results-focused agendas, group processes, & implementation plans
  • Share ideas, responsibility & success in a way that values everyone’s input
  • Use win-win thinking to resolve conflicts
  • Model behavior that improves group interaction

How Do You Say “Si Se Puede” Without Leadership?

Date
September 17, 2016
Location
Room 307, The Diplomat Resort, Hollywood, FL
Presenters
Gabriel Rendón
USCA 2016 Presentation:

Recent CDC study finds that 1 in 4 Latino MSMs will contract HIV. So where does the Latino community turn for real time leadership development and linguistically appropriate TA and training? It’s time to think ahead and in a culturally competent manner to develop many young native Spanish-speaking leaders and in-language resources. Only that way, can we truly see and transition into an AIDS-free generation within the vibrant Latino community.

Co-presented with the Latino Commission on AIDS.

I Will No Longer Be Your Token! Evolving Peer Leadership & Development

Date
September 17, 2016
Location
Room 212, The Diplomat Resort, Hollywood, FL
Presenters
Maria Keys, Jamila Ship, Jenn Awa
USCA 2016 Presentation:

This workshop will focus on professional development for HIV positive peer staff, providing an opportunity for peers to share their needs for successful workforce advancement. By the end of this workshop, participants will have increased:

  • Awareness of peer staff workforce needs
  • Awareness of challenges facing peer staff
  • Knowledge of peer leadership training institutes
  • Confidence to advocate for professional development opportunities

Never Trust Anyone Over 40? The HIV Leadership Generational Divide

Date
September 17, 2016
Location
Room 212, The Diplomat Resort, Hollywood, FL
Presenters
Jacob Smith Yang
USCA 2016 Presentation:

“Leaders are also getting old, when is it time to leave?” Embedded in this statement are a provocative set of questions about the generational divide in the HIV/AIDS prevention community. With the many recent changes in the scientific, medical, and community responses to HIV/AIDS in the U.S. approach, what, if anything, does the “old guard” of the HIV community have to offer? Are there are important history and lessons to be learned by those whose HIV work spans decades? Or does HIV work today demand new ideas, fresh approaches, and a casting off of former methods and frameworks to succeed?

C4H Booth @ 2016 USCA

Dates
September 15, 2016 - September 17, 2016
Location
The Diplomat Resort, Exhibit Hall - Booth 425

Come visit the C4H team at our booth in the CBA Providers Village of United States Conference on AIDS’s exhibitors hall! We will be offering free consultations to staff of nonprofits and health departments funded by the CDC for HIV prevention. Grab some free schwag and snap a photo to add to our Vision of 2020 Wall.

C4H is also presenting 3 leadership development workshops at 2016 USCA. Details below:

Fundamentals of Grant Writing

Dates
August 30, 2016 - August 31, 2016
Location
Oakland, CA
Presenters
Ben Cabanguan, Jenn Awa

This is a 2-day training on the development of funding proposals for the public and private sectors. We will cover topics including: needs and readiness assessments, fund development plans, vetting grant opportunities, effective program design, logic models, budget and evaluation plans, submissions processes, and best practices.

Additional resources covered includes accessing free technical assistance and further training opportunities.

You will learn:

  • Key elements & structure of a grant proposal
  • How to produce budget narratives & justifications
  • How to conceptualize, review, & evaluate grants
  • Develop skills to respond to grant proposals
  • The basics of SMART objectives & goals
  • Discuss strategies for effective grant writing

Too Fast and Too Furious: Managing Change in Times of Great Transition

Dates
July 21, 2016 - July 21, 2016
Location
Poster #141, Phoenix Ballroom, Sheraton Grand Phoenix | Phoenix, AZ
Presenters
Jacob Smith Yang, Gabriel Rendón, Maria Carmela Keys
NACCHO Annual Presentation:

The C4H team is presenting Too Fast and Too Furious: Managing Change in Times of Great Transition at the 2016 National Association of City and County Health Official’s annual conference in Phoenix, AZ. This poster presents three case studies based of real life challenges health departments have undergone in response to HIV/AIDS policy changes in the country.

PrEP Educational Forum for Providers

Dates
June 29, 2016 - June 29, 2016
Location
San Jose, CA (TBD)
Presenters
Capacity for Health & San Francisco Department of Public Health

Capacity for Health (C4H), in collaboration with San Francisco Department of Public Health, will be hosting a educational forum for providers regarding Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). This event will be an excellent opportunity for providers to learn more about PrEP and how it can play a role in their client services.

The CDC describes PrEP as “a powerful HIV prevention tool and can be combined with condoms and other prevention methods to provide even greater protection.” And, “when taken consistently, PrEP has been shown to reduce the risk of HIV infection in people who are at high risk by up to 92%.”

Grant Writing Training (Las Vegas)

Dates
June 27, 2016 - June 28, 2016
Location
Las Vegas, NV
Presenters
Jenn Awa & Robin Pearce

Capacity for Health, in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), presents two separate upcoming trainings on the fundamentals of grant writing. These two-day workshops are excellent opportunities for new grant writers and intermediate-level staff from nonprofit organizations and health departments.

Participants will learn:

  • Basic structure and critical elements of grant proposals
  • How to conceptualize, draft, review, and evaluate grant applications
  • SMART goals and objectives
  • Budget narratives and justification
  • Strategic and effective grant writing processes

Grant Writing Training (Los Angeles)

Dates
June 23, 2016 - June 24, 2016
Location
Los Angeles, CA
Presenters
Robin Pearce & Jamila Shipp

Capacity for Health, in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), presents two separate upcoming trainings on the fundamentals of grant writing. These two-day workshops are excellent opportunities for new grant writers and intermediate-level staff from nonprofit organizations and health departments.

Participants will learn:

  • Basic structure and critical elements of grant proposals
  • How to conceptualize, draft, review, and evaluate grant applications
  • SMART goals and objectives
  • Budget narratives and justification
  • Strategic and effective grant writing processes

National Latino HIV and Hepatitis Conference

Dates
June 6, 2016 - June 8, 2016
Location
South Padre Island, TX
Presenters
Jenn Awa

C4H will be attending, tabling, and offering free capacity building consultations at the National Latino HIV and Hepatitis Conference. Come visit us and our network partners at the CBA Provider Network table.

Nonprofit, health department, and clinical staff can also schedule one-on-one consultations with Jenn Awa, CBA Specialist. Expertise include:

  • Prevention with Positives (PWP)
  • Personalized Cognitive Counseling (PCC)
  • Recruitment and Retention

Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services (ARTAS)

Dates
April 28, 2016 - April 29, 2016
Location
Dallas, TX
Presenters
Jamila Shipp, Maria Carmela Keys

Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services (ARTAS) is an individual-level, multi-session, time-limited intervention with the goal of linking recently diagnosed persons with HIV to medical care soon after receiving their positive test result. ARTAS is based on the Strengths-based Case Management (SBCM) model, which is rooted in Social Cognitive Theory (particularly self-efficacy) and Humanistic Psychology. SBCM is a model that encourages the client to identify and use personal strengths; create goals for himself/herself; and establish an effective, working relationship with the Linkage Coordinator (LC).

Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services (ARTAS)

Dates
April 19, 2016 - April 20, 2016
Location
Tulsa, OK
Presenters
Jamila Shipp, Maria Carmela Keys

Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services (ARTAS) is an individual-level, multi-session, time-limited intervention with the goal of linking recently diagnosed persons with HIV to medical care soon after receiving their positive test result. ARTAS is based on the Strengths-based Case Management (SBCM) model, which is rooted in Social Cognitive Theory (particularly self-efficacy) and Humanistic Psychology. SBCM is a model that encourages the client to identify and use personal strengths; create goals for himself/herself; and establish an effective, working relationship with the Linkage Coordinator (LC).

Popular Opinion Leader (POL)

Dates
April 5, 2016 - April 7, 2016
Location
Washington D.C.
Presenters
Jamila Shipp, ETR, Dana Williams

This community-level intervention involves identifying, enlisting, and training key opinion leaders to encourage safer sexual norms and behaviors within their social networks through risk-reduction conversations.

Healthy Relationship

Dates
March 28, 2016 - March 31, 2016
Location
Oakland, CA
Presenters
Gabriel Rendón, Maria Carmela Keys

Healthy Relationships is a five-session, small-group intervention for men and women living with HIV/AIDS. It is based on Social Cognitive Theory and focuses on developing skills and building self-efficacy and positive expectations about new behaviors through modeling behaviors and practicing new skills.

Mobile Clinics 2.0: Aligning Your Unit with HIP

Date
February 9, 2016
Location
Online
Presenters
Robin Pearce & Jamila Shipp

A webinar for nonprofits, health departments, and healthcare organizations running mobile HIV testing programs. Participants will learn strategies to optimize mobile clinics for high-impact HIV prevention standards, and how to analyze and improve upon programs with other participants. Learn to strengthen these key areas:

  • Feasibility and scalability
  • Coverage in target populations
  • Interaction and targeting
  • Prioritization

 

Case Study Findings on Community-Based Organizations: Sustainability & Readiness to Integrate Care & Prevention

Dates
December 8, 2015 - December 8, 2015
Location
Lenox Room, Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel (2015 National HIV Prevention Conference)
Presenters
Jacob Smith Yang & Earl Pike

This session will discuss case studies of a dozen AIDS service organizations and HIV-focused community-based organizations that have successfully developed and implemented new strategies for long-term sustainability of programs in the face of the changing U.S. domestic HIV/AIDS epidemic.  While some long-time organizations are struggling, others have effectively evolved to embrace enlarged missions, expanded or reimagined programming, and new possibilities—and have done so in a variety of ways.

Disrupting Silos: Cross-Sector Conversations to Strengthen Linkage to Care

Dates
December 8, 2015 - December 8, 2015
Location
Marietta Room, Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel (2015 National HIV Prevention Conference)
Presenters
Ben Cabangun

A roundtable on HIV linkage and engagement in care for health departments, non-clinical and clinical settings. Participants will share experiences of cross-sector approaches to improving regional continuum of care outcomes. Co-presented with the CBA Resource Center and ETR.

Are Mobile Units HIP?: Assessing the Pros & Cons of Mobile Unit Testing

Dates
December 7, 2015 - December 7, 2015
Location
Greenbriar Room, Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel (2015 National HIV Prevention Conference)
Presenters
Jamila Shipp & Robin Pearce

This session will discuss the successes and challenges when using mobile testing units for targeted HIV testing initiatives. Case studies from Gloria Lockett at California Prostitutes Education Project (CAL PEP) and Joseph Olsen at CrescentCare Health.

How the AANHPI Communities Respond to HIV/AIDS

Dates
December 7, 2015 - December 7, 2015
Location
Baker Room, Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel (2015 National HIV Prevention Conference)
Presenters
Jacob Smith Yang

This workshop will address HIV/AIDS and ongoing prevention strategies to mitigate the spread of HIV in Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities. This focus would include responses to the internal and external pressures that HIV and AIDS place upon these populations and the solutions used to combat their impact. Presented by Office of Minority Health Resource Center, in collaboration with C4H, Life Foundation, A&PI Wellness Center, and Guam Dept. of Public Health and Social Services.

2015 National HIV Prevention Conference

Dates
December 6, 2015 - December 9, 2015
Location
Atlanta, Georgia

Capacity for Health will be at the 2015 National HIV Prevention Conference (NHPC), the preeminent conference for scientists, public health officials, community workers, clinicians, and persons living with HIV from a wide variety of organizations. Come visit our booth (No. 223 and 225) in the exhibit hall and get a free consultation on how we can help your program prevent infections, strengthen care and reduce disparities. Below is a list of our presentations at 2015 NHPC.

Pacific Island Jurisdictional Planning Meeting

Dates
December 6, 2015 - December 6, 2015
Location
Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel (2015 National HIV Prevention Conference)
Presenters
Jenn Awa & Nickie Bazell

A pre-training for HIV prevention service providers from invited Pacific Island jurisdictions on epidemiology, the Targeted HIV Testing Strategy and linkage to care. A co-presentation with the CDC and A&PI Wellness Center.

Mobile Unit Testing in the Era of High-Impact Prevention

Dates
September 11, 2015 - September 11, 2015
Location
Mariott Marquis, Washington, DC - Marquis 13, Meeting Level 2
Presenters
Jamila Shipp, Robin Pearce

“Mobile Unit Testing in the Era of High-Impact Prevention” will take place on Day 2 of the United States Conference on AIDS (USCA). This interactive workshop will help you determine the benefits and challenges of running a mobile HIV testing unit. Participants will learn how to adapt their programs to align with High-Impact HIV Prevention goals and apply best practices for mobile testing.

PrEP-py DEBI

Dates
September 11, 2015 - September 11, 2015
Location
Mariott Marquis, Washington, DC - Capitol, Meeting Level 2
Presenters
Nickie Bazell

“PrEP-py DEBI” will take place on Day 2 of the United States Conference on AIDS (USCA). This interactive seminar will showcase CDC interventions that are integrating the latest on Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). Participants will learn how to promote and utilize PrEP for HIV programs such as Mpowerment, 3MV, POL, d-up!, Community Promise, PCC, and Couples HIV Testing and Counseling. Learn and share how specific interventions are applying PrEP in various communities and across different populations. Co-presented with the CBA Provider Network.

C4H Booth @ USCA

Dates
September 10, 2015 - September 13, 2015
Location
Mariott Marquis, Exhibit Hall - Booth 708

Come visit the C4H team at our booth in the CBA Providers area of USCA’s Exhibitors Hall! We will be offering free consultations to nonprofits and health departments. Grab some free schwag and participate in our Hope Wall.

Cross-Sector Linkage to Care

Dates
September 10, 2015 - September 10, 2015
Location
Mariott Marquis, Washington, DC - Union Station, Meeting Level 3
Presenters
Ben Cabangun, Jamila Shipp, Maria Keys

“Cross-Sector Conversations to Strengthen Linkage and Engagement” will take place on Day 1 of the United States Conference on AIDS (USCA). This seminar offers promising practices on HIV linkage and engagement in care for health departments, non-clinical and clinical setting. Participants will understand and build cross-sector approaches to improve regional continuum of care outcomes. Featured activities include:

  • Presentations on best practices from successful collaborations
  • Regional and cross-sector networking
  • Peer-to-peer support and discussions of collaborative opportunities

Co-presented with the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and Primary Care Development Corportation.

Women Involved in Life Learning from Other Women (WiLLOW) training

Dates
July 27, 2015 - July 31, 2015
Location
Oakland, CA

A training for facilitators of the WiLLOW intervention: a small group, skill-training intervention for women living with HIV.

NAACHO 2015

Dates
July 6, 2015 - July 9, 2015
Location
Kansas City, MO

Capacity for Health will be attending the National Association of City & County Health Officials annual conference. Health Department officials can schedule free consulting sessions with members of the C4H team to discuss their capacity building needs.

Got Board Sense?

Dates
June 25, 2015 - June 25, 2015
Location
Online

A free interactive webinar for nonprofit Executives and their Board of Directors. Participants will gain an understanding of boards functions, roles, and responsibilities. This is an opportunity for agency leaders and their Board members to learn and work together in supporting sustainable organizations through sensible Board management.

Key takeaways include skills, knowledge, and confidence in:

  • Fiduciary responsibilities
  • Staff vs. Board member roles
  • Organizational governance

Improving Return on Investments for Health Departments

Location
Adobe Connect
Presenters
Gabriel Rendón (C4H) & ASTHO

Health Departments have limited resources to oversee and implement effective programs within their jurisdiction. But is your agency getting the most out of your investment? C4H will be presenting an online workshop by ASTHO on an innovative Return on Investment (ROI) tool that will help you assess how well your health department dollars are going towards improving the health and well-being in your communities. More details to come.