On a recent trip to Seattle with a good friend, we used the Waze app to navigate to restaurants, parks, landmarks, and more, which allowed us the opportunity to enjoy this new place without having to worry too much about how we get around.
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I recently attended Communities Joined in Action’s annual conference in San Antonio. It was two days of keynote addresses and plenaries, useful advice from breakout sessions, and a lot of TexMex.
Since moving to Sunnyside, I’ve been struck by all of the types of houses. Patterns developed over time in Denver’s neighborhoods, due to economic and social forces that run deep through its history.
When community health workers are properly integrated into the health care system, we can expect real, effective change to occur. A little bit of investment in a program like CHWs can make the whole system more functional and stable.