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Community Health 
Worker Program

Mary Pegues

Community Health Worker Program Manager

Vincent Allison B.S.

Program Assistant/Recovery Support Liaison II

Training & Development Center

Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm     

704-259-7861

          

3607 Beatties Ford Rd.

Suite 200

Charlotte, NC 28216

Program Description

The Community Health Worker Training Program (CHWTP) is a combined training and apprenticeship program serving the city of Charlotte and the Charlotte Metropolitan Area surrounding counties: Cabarrus, Iredell, Rowan, Gaston, Lincoln, Union, Mecklenburg, Gastonia, Concord, and Huntersville. The program is funded through Health Resource and Services Administration (HRSA) Bureau of Health Workforce (BHW).

 

The program is a paraprofessional training program in which participants can receive training to become a community health worker specialist. Participants receive training to address the population needs identified in the American Healthcare Act (ACA). The training program provides a path to employment and the skills to assist residents increase access to health and social services, while building resilience in the communities.

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Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate is an “individual” who lives in the community or has a unique understanding of the community’s needs.

Nurse Form

Program Requirements

Program Acceptance

  • High School Diploma/GED or Higher Education Transcripts​

  • 18 years of age or older​

  • Resident of North Carolina​

  • Pass a Background Check

Course Syllabus and Training Requirements

  1. Foundation and Additional Course Curriculum – 145 hours

  2. Internship Practicum – 40 hours

  3. Registered Apprenticeship – 2000 hours

Student Assistance Provided (12 Month Period)

  • Tuition, Training Materials and Supplies

  • Stipend Paid Monthly

  • Computer and Microsoft 365

  • Travel and Conference Fees

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