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The Coastal Resource and Resiliency Center conducts lay health worker trainings in the coastal parishes and counties of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida.

Our primary goal is to improve overall health outcomes in the target area, especially among disadvantaged and under-served populations.

To accomplish this goal, we train lay health workers to encourage healthy lifestyles and improve health literacy, to promote emergency preparedness and disaster recovery, and to help people identify the resources they need to stay healthy and safe.

Our current activities include:

  • The Community Health Worker Training Project, funded by a grant from the Gulf Region Health Outreach Program.
  • Volunteer Peer Health Advocate Training, funded by a grant from the Baton Rouge Area Foundation.
  • Chronic Disease Management Training, funded by a grant from the Baton Rouge Area Foundation.
  • The Consortium for Resilient Gulf Communities, funded by the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative.

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The Training Schedule for 2018 has been finalized. For Details and Application Materials,
click Here.

CRRC will conduct a Volunteer Peer Advocate Training session in Gulfport, MS, from April 29 to May 2. For more information and an application, see our Training Schedule page.
As of December 2017, CRRC has conducted a total of 19 training sessions and awarded 441 certificates of completion. Visit our Facebook Page for training photos.
The Gulf Region Health Outreach Program is designed to increase health care access in the areas affected by the BP oil spill and is funded by the Deepwater Horizon Court Supervised Medical Settlement. For more information on GRHOP,
click here…
For more information about the Baton Rouge Area Foundation, click here...
For more info on the Consortium for Resilient Gulf Communities, click here...

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Date last changed: March 14, 2018
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