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    Community Health Workers are front line public health workers that educate, advocate and empower community members on a verity of health issues and link them to available community resources and programs. Community Health Workers (CHWs) tasks include: Act as a liaisons between health organizations and the community they serve. Providing resources and support needed to cope with chronic, acute, and terminal illnesses. Advocate for and connect client to vital resources such as financial assistance, legal aid, housing,
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    Health literacy is the “degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process and understand basic health information and services needed to make proper health decisions.” Health literacy is not only the ability to read information, but also the ability to understand oral communication, terminologies, understand how to navigate the health system on a basic level, as well as the capacity to communicate with health care providers and their staff. A large portion of
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    Maine Section 28 Rehabilitative Community Support Services Rehabilitative and community service (RCS) is designed to meet the needs of children and young adults with cognitive impairments. The program focuses on behavioral management, social skills development, daily living goals and community integration. By building on family strength and available community resources, the service empowers families to work toward self-sufficiency. NMPHI’s RCS works to: Mastering daily living skillsDecreasing unsafe behaviorsEmpowering and connecting family to resources Eligibility Criteria
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    Targeted Case Management (TCM) – Section 13 Targeted case management is a child centered, family driven, and community based program. This service supports families with children who have behavioral issues, intellectual disability, and several medical conditions. Case Managers will: Identify and link client to appropriate resources.Assess consumer and family needs by making home visits, collecting records and interviewing consumers, family/caregivers. Please email us at info@nmphi.org or fill out the contact form on the contact page
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    NMPHI
    NMPHI is committed to empower, inform, and educate New Mainers on health-related information. It is also committed to developing the capacity of the communities by mobilizing the communities’ partnerships through assessment, to solve health problems, thereby, bridging the gap of healthcare service. Objectives To educate New Mainers to overcome healthcare barriers,To empower New Mainers to actively participate in their diagnoses by learning about the disease,To promote preventive measures through dietary changes,To increase the level of
  • NMPHI
    Below are the programs currently being offered by NMPHI Rehabilitations Community Services (RCS)Behavioral Health Professional (BHP)Target Case Manager for developmental children (TCM)Health Literacy (HL) – Women’s Health Community Health Worker (CHWs)Navigating Healthcare Field for New Mainers Youth New Mainers Autism Awareness Initiative NMPHI is committed to empower, inform, and educate New Mainers on health-related information. It is also committed to developing the capacity of the communities by mobilizing the communities’ partnerships through assessment, to solve