Community Health Workers

A community health worker is someone who assists you with staying healthy and safe.  Each worker has special training so they can assist you in many ways.

Questions? Call 240-964-8230

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Community Health Workers Are Ready To Assist

How Can They Help?

  • Assist you with scheduling appointments, getting referrals or arranging transportation to healthcare providers
  • Connect you to community services that can help improve your health or make life a little easier
  • Assist you in managing chronic health conditions, such as diabetes or heart disease
  • Review the safety of your home and make a plan to keep you safe so you can remain at home
  • Work with your primary care provider and other healthcare professionals to make a plan to improve your health
  • Be your “coach” in leading a healthier lifestyle

A community health worker does not take the place of your doctor or other healthcare providers. Instead, a community health worker is another member of the team working to keep you safe and well.

How Does This Service Work?

This is a free service. A referral can be made by one of your healthcare providers or other agency. Once we get the referral, a community health worker will contact you to talk about your needs.


For more information about how a community health worker can assist you or a loved one, please call 240-964-8230.