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Community Health Worker Case Studies


West Baltimore Primary Care Access Collaborative, Bon Secours Baltimore Health System | Baltimore
As the result of a three-year multi-faceted Maryland state planning effort to address health-related challenges, the Maryland Community Health Resources Commission and Department of Health & Mental Hygiene has funded a four-year, $5 million Health Enterprise Zone initiative, the West Baltimore Primary Care Access Collaborative (WBPCAC).

PASOs (STEPS), Greenville Health System | Greenville, S.C.
PASOs, which means steps in Spanish, works with the rapidly growing Latino population of South Carolina to promote health, education, advocacy and leadership development – all of which are steps to create a strong, healthy South Carolina. PASOs works to partner with health care and social service providers to help them provide more effective resources.

Tidelands Community Care Network, Tidelands Health | Georgetown, S.C.
Tidelands Community Care Network (TCCN) facilitates access to care at the right time and in the right place for uninsured adults ages 19 and older. TCCN has grown into a multi-sector coalition of community health stakeholders aiming to improve community wellness.

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