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Expanding Training for the Disease Intervention Workforce

With funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), awarded through the “Improving Clinical and Public Health Outcomes through National Partnerships to Prevent and Control Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Disease Threats” program, JSI is working closely with the CDC Division of STD Prevention to develop new and expand existing training opportunities for the…

Maine Shared CHNA Community Engagement 2021

The Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) has been conducting collaborative statewide needs assessments since 2007. The collaboration consists of a public/private partnership among the four largest health systems in Maine – Central Maine Healthcare (CMHC), MaineGeneral Health (MGH), MaineHealth (MH), Northern Light Health (NLH), and the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention…

Cambridge Public Schools Youth Risk Behavior Survey

To better respond to the health needs of youth and families in the city of Cambridge, Cambridge Public Schools, in collaboration with the Cambridge Health Alliance and Cambridge Public Health Department, conducts a biennial youth risk behavior survey (YRBS). The YRBS assesses health behaviors and risks for middle and high school students. As part of this…

Health Equity Compact

The outsized impact on Black and Latinx communities in the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the urgency of why we must transform the Massachusetts healthcare system to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in healthcare, and work towards health equity for all. Massachusetts has been a leader in health reform, starting with the adoption of Chapter 58…

Engage Leadership though Employment, Validation, and Advancing Transformation and Equity for People Living with HIV (ELEVATE)

The ELEVATE program builds the capacity of people with HIV to be meaningfully involved in the planning, delivery, and improvement of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) services by addressing needs in workforce recruitment, development, and advancement for people with HIV who are aging, young black men, cisgender women, transgender/gender non-conforming, Latinx, or in the recovery…

Nassau County Health Disparities Study – COVID-19 Barriers

JSI is assessing the experiences, attitudes and barriers ten priority communities of color face in receiving COVID-19 testing, treatment, vaccination and related services. in the Nassau County, New York. The priority communities for this study are Baldwin, Elmont, Freeport, Glen Cove, Hempstead, Long Beach, Roosevelt, Uniondale, Valley Stream, and Westbury.  Our approach is rooted in community-based participatory research….

Springfield MGM Casino & Latinx Community Housing Sector

We are working with Neighbor to Neighbor, Inc, a community-based organization in Springfield, MA, to provide technical assistance to examine how the presence of the MGM casino impacts the housing sector. Neighbor to Neighbor serves one of the poorest groups in the state of Massachusetts: Hispanics, mainly Puerto Ricans, living in downtown Springfield in the neighborhood…

Community Health Workers for COVID Response and Resilient Communities (CCR) National Evaluation Center

Along with our partners the Washington State Department of Health, the Common Indicators Project, and Pillar Consulting, JSI leads one of two evaluation centers for the national Community Health Workers for COVID Response and Resilient Communities (CCR) Initiative. JSI co-leads strategic planning for and implementation of an equity-driven, multi-site (68 grantees) community-based participatory evaluation framework that explores the…

Treating Addiction in Rural Areas ECHO

We will develop the Treating Addiction in Rural Areas ECHO as part of HRSA’s Telehealth Technology-Enabled Learning Program (TTELP), to strengthen the rural behavioral health care workforce by increasing participant knowledge and application of The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Criteria in an effort to address current and emerging patient needs, improve the quality of SUD care…

UnitedHealthcare Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Learning Collaborative

There is a growing understanding in Texas and across the country that social determinants of health (SDOH) such as housing,  transportation, education, and economic opportunity play a critical role in shaping health for individuals and communities. In response, healthcare organizations—in partnership with community-based organizations and other stakeholders—are developing a range of strategies to identify and respond to patient/member social needs….

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