Promote Health Center Exhibits at LIBRARIES. Arrange library talks by health center staff on community health and the role of Community, Migrant and Homeless Health Centers in medically underserved communities.
Set up information tables at SHOPPING MALLS OR GROCERY STORES to distribute pamphlets on health and to answer questions about health center programs and services, including hours of operation, staff expertise, and delivery sites.
Contact LOCAL PUBLIC OFFICES to request approval for a health exhibit at your town or city hall or governmental offices to provide information on your health center and the education, bilingual, transportation, and enabling support services it provides to produce responsive patient-centered care and positive health outcomes.
Involve LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS by inviting teachers and health personnel, such as school nurses, to visit your health center and to learn more about your center’s initiatives directed to children’s health.
Contact RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS to place advertisements or inserts about National Health Center Week activities in church bulletins or weekly papers and offer to make presentations for the purpose of exploring ways religious institutions and their members can participate as active partners in promoting health and prevention within your community.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/4″][vc_column_text]