Our mission at the Arnold School of Public Health Center for Community Health Alignment (CCHA) is to use evidence-based models and meaningful engagement strategies to co-create solutions with community leaders that address health inequities.
What We Do
At CCHA we provide trainings for community health workers, people and organizations that work with CHWs, and those interested in advancing community engagement and health equity.
CCHA’s focus is first and foremost to support communities that want to address inequities. We provide technical assistance and capacity development for organizations and community change agents to drive, develop and sustain their change goals.
From maternal and child health to addressing the COVID-19 crisis, CCHA supports a variety of important programs that address vital community needs by building on existing assets and emerging opportunities. Learn more about our ever expanding focus areas.
Catalyze community leadership built from relationships of trust, enhancing assets and strengthening leaders’ capacity to drive their priorities forward
Engage with communities beyond formal structures – building mechanisms to ensure that those impacted by inequities are engaged and empowered to lead solutions
Facilitate the authentic alignment of grassroots, grassmiddle, and grasstops resources and ideas to maximize opportunities for equitable health
Work alongside community leaders to operationalize paths and processes to improve social determinant gaps and health inequities
Identify, expand, and inspire best practice models that enhance overall community health and wellbeing