Informational Webinar: North State CHW Training & Resource Hub Online

The Northern ACEs Collaborative is offering a new online training hub for regional community health workers, to help prepare them to become fully equipped to effectively prevent, treat, and heal toxic stress. Learn more in an upcoming webinar on August 6th, 2021.

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North State CHW Training & Resource Hub: Online CHW Training Informational Webinar

August 6, 2021
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT

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The Northern ACEs Collaborative (NAC) is hosting a training opportunity for community health workers (CHWs) to help prepare them to become fully equipped to effectively prevent, treat, and heal toxic stress. This training will assist in expanding the health care workforce and Networks of Care.

This webinar will explore NAC’s new North State CHW Training and Resource Hub, which provides online CHW trainings that are available to any person or organization outside and including the North State of California. The accredited online courses, developed by Talance, Inc provide individuals with skills in the following areas: core skills, chronic illness, and healthy lifestyles.

The webinar will provide the following information:

  • Benefits of having CHWs as part of your Networks of Care
  • Career path opportunities
  • Online training process and access
  • Accreditation and certificates
  • Course listings
  • Monthly Peer Convenings
  • Cost
  • Q&A

For more information, please visit CHW Training and Resource Hub | NAC ( or contact NAC Director, Lisa Tadlock at

PHI’s Population Health Innovation Lab supports the Northern ACES Collaborative and act as the backbone to support and enhance current activities in the six pilot target counties of Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Shasta, Tehama, and Trinity.

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