LUNCH LEARNING SERIES:
Community Health Worker Continuing Education
Do you have clients who need food assitance?
SNAP is a federal assistance safety net that provides 8.2 million households food assistance.
This training is for:
CHW/Community Health Workers
Human Service Professionals
This training will provide participants with information on how to assist clients identify food resources.
SNAP is the first line of defense against hunger in our community.
This training will introduce social/human service profressionals to SNAP and how, through SNAP, families may become financially stable and self-sufficient.
(1-hour state-certified continuning education credit for Community Health Workers)
Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
12 - 1 p.m.
Building EAD; Room 703 (Building "1" on map below)
Park in Lot 19 (limited spaces) or Lot 7.
(SEE MAP BELOW)
For more information, contact Jeff Moon at 817.735.0526
When & Where
Texas Public Health Training Center
The Texas Public Health Training Center (TPHTC) is a training resource for current and future public health workers in the State of Texas.
The Center is a partnerships between the University of Texas School of Public Health, Texas A&M University School of Rural Public Health, the University of North Texas School of Public Health, as well as local and state health departments in Texas providing competency-based training and education.
TPHTC is one of 33 Public Health Training Centers across the nation that are funded through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the United States Department of Health and Human Resources. Recently, TPHTC was awarded a five-year, $3.2 million grant renewal from HRSA to continue and enhance our training and education programs.
Through web-based and in-person training programs, TPHTC provided training to 4,993 public health professionals across the State of Texas in 2009. Though our focus is providing training and education to local and state health departments, our training and education is also available to, and utilized by: non-profit organizations; academic institutions; corporations, as well as other sectors; and graduate students in public health and related fields.