Penn State College of Medicine will host the 11th Annual Appalachian Translational Research Network Summit on Oct. 19-20. The Summit will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on both days virtually.
The Community Action Poverty Simulation is a profoundly moving experience. It moves people to think about the harsh realities of poverty and to talk about how communities can address the problem. Most importantly, it moves people to make a difference.
The Community Action Poverty Simulation is the first step to get people and communities moving.
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Community Health Workers (CHWs) address this root cause by bridging gaps in access, establishing and maintaining connections to preventative medical and dental care, and addressing the stigma that pervades mental health care, particularly among vulnerable populations. All of this rests upon the trust a CHW develops within the community.