Thanks for your interest in our Family Health Advocacy system.
We hope this list of FAQ will address any questions you have considered.
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Young adults, adults and seniors are encouraged to apply. We will also save a few seats for high school aged students who are interested in caregiving and promoting healthy perinatal outcomes.
Yes, please apply on the "Training Info" page.
No, this training is made possible by the generosity of community partners and CareSource.
Please see the 'Participant Expectations' section on the "Training Info" page of this website.
Participants who complete the required training will receive a stipend.
An opportunity will be provided to make up sessions.
Participants will receive a certificate of completion and will have opportunities to receive additional certifications in several curriculum modules.
Some modules do provide CEUs, but not the entire program at this time.
This is a pilot program and a great preparation for Community Health Worker (CHW) training and other healthcare opportunities. H.E.A.R.T. provides a more comprehensive approach to maternal and infant health with a goal of creating healthier outcomes and eliminating the disparity in adverse birth experiences.
Yes, this training is available to all regardless of sexual orientation, race, religion or ethnicity.