Posted: October 8, 2019
- Appendices Table
- Appendix I HPSA Guidelines
- Appendix II MUA MUP Guidelines
- Appendix III_IV Cover Pages
- Appendix V Calculations
- 2019 MUA-MUP Training Anaheim
- Auto-HPSA Scores
- California AHEC
- Physicians for a Healthy California
- SLRP & CMSP LRP
- 27th Annual HPSA & MUA PowerPoint
- Auto-HPSA Portal POC User Guide-FQHCs and LALs
- Auto-HPSA Portal POC User Guide-RHCs
- Farmworker Enumeration Profiles Study
- FINAL ITU POC User Guide_August 2019 v1
- Agricultural Statistical Review
- Migrant Farmworker Template
- MUA.MUP designation worksheet
- Primary Care and Mental Health Provider Survey
- Dental Survey Template
- Example of Calculation for Migrant Farmworkers
- Example of Nonresponders Rate
Posted: May 23, 2018
This toolkit aims to support LA County organizations in establishing meaningful and sustainable relationships to jointly serve LA County residents.
Please contact Becky Lee at email@example.com with any questions.
|Tool Kit||Resource (Click on the links below)|
Tools to help locate medical, mental health, and substance use disorder treatment services.
|Interactive/ Searchable Health Providers Map|
|Find a Clinic||Find a Clinic tool|
|LA County Department of Mental Health (DMH) Referral Pathways||DMH website|
ACCESS Hotline: 1-800-854-7771
|DMH Health Coalition Meetings||Health Neighborhood information and meetings|
|LA County Department of Public Health Substance Abuse Prevention and Control (DPH-SAPC) Referral Pathways|
Substance Abuse Service Helpline (SASH): 1-844-804-7500
|Social Services Directories|
|211 LA County|
211 LA is the central source for providing information and referrals for all health and human services in LA County.
One Degree makes it easy to find food, housing, job training, after-school programs, and much more.
MOU templates to help facilitate collaborative relationships between various providers.
Disclaimer: The information presented does not constitute legal advice.
|PCP and DMH MOU template|
Information for organizations who want to contract with DMH, DPH-SAPC, and DHS.
|DMH Master Agreement List|
|Warm Hand Off Guides|
Policies and procedures samples.
|Valley Community Healthcare:|
|Case Conferencing Guides||Case conferencing for internal staff|
|Telemedicine Guides||Tarzana Treatment Centers, Inc.:|
|Data Sharing Guide||State of California Office of Health Information Integrity: State Health Information Guidance on Sharing BH Information in CA|
Trainings on behavioral health integration.
|Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County Training Center|
|Behavioral Health Toolkits||Integrated Behavioral Health Partners|
Posted: October 6, 2015
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), in their commitment to building a Culture of Health in America, initiated a project entitled Identifying and Spreading Practices to Enable Effective Interprofessional Collaboration to better understand the role of interprofessional collaboration in advancing a Culture of Health. The results of this work are published in Lessons From the Field: Promising Interprofessional Collaboration Practices.
Interprofessional collaboration between and among physicians, nurses, pharmacists, social workers, and other clinical and administrative professionals is playing an increasingly important role in the future of health care delivery.
The following practices were identified as successful models:
- Put patients first.
- Demonstrate leadership commitment to interprofessional collaboration as an organizational priority through words and actions.
- Create a level playing field that enables team members to work at the top of their license, know their roles, and understand the value they contribute.
- Cultivate effective team communication.
- Explore the use of organizational structure to hardwire interprofessional practice.
Click here to download the report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation website (PDF)
Posted: September 28, 2015
CCALAC is pleased to present our newest resource, A Guide to Loan Repayment and Scholarship Programs for Community Health Centers. This resource guide was created to provide community health centers with access to information on the various loan repayment and scholarship programs offered for health center staff offered at the federal, state and local levels.
CCALAC recognizes that the salary disparity among individuals working at community health centers can often be a barrier to recruitment and retention of qualified staff. Loan forgiveness and scholarship programs are one way of offsetting income loss. These programs can be a powerful recruiting tool. In addition, these programs can also serve to enhance the incumbent workforce as employees continue their education and career advancement.
We hope this guide serves as a valuable tool for the recruitment and retention for your clinic staff. If you have any questions about the resource guide, please contact Erin Sricharoon.