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Assist individuals and communities to adopt healthy behaviors. Conduct outreach for medical personnel or health organizations to implement programs in the community that promote, maintain, and improve individual and community health. May provide information on available resources, provide social support and informal counseling, advocate for individuals and community health needs, and provide services such as first aid and blood pressure screening. May collect data to help identify community health needs.
- The SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) code is 21-1094.00
- The Mean Annual Wage in the U.S. is $ 41,170.00
- The Mean Hourly Wage is $ 19.00
- Currently, there are 51,900 people on this job
☝️ Information based on the reference occupation “Community Health Workers”.
Also Known As…
- Community Health Workers
- HIV CTS Specialist (Human Immunodeficiency Virus Counseling and Testing Services Specialist)
- Community Nutrition Educator
- Community Health Worker (CHW)
- Community Health Promoter
- Community Health Program Representative (Community Health Program Rep)
- Community Health Program Coordinator
- Community Health Outreach Worker
- Chief Program Officer
- Assistant Director of Nutrition and Wellness Programs
- Apprise Counselor
- Public Health Worker
- Public Health Outreach Worker
- Peer Health Promoter
- Lay Health Advocate
- Health Outreach Worker
- Health Navigator
- Health Advocate
- Community Health Representative
- Community Health Navigator
- Community Health Counselor
- Community Health Agent
- Community Health Advocate
- Community Health Advisor
Tasks for “Chief Program Officer”
- Identify the particular health care needs of individuals in a community or target area.
- Report incidences of child or elder abuse, neglect, or threats of harm to authorities, as required.
- Conduct home visits for pregnant women, newborn infants, or other high-risk individuals to monitor their progress or assess their needs.
- Administer immunizations or other basic preventive treatments.
- Assist families to apply for social services, including Medicaid or Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).
- Advocate for individual or community health needs with government agencies or health service providers.
- Interpret, translate, or provide cultural mediation related to health services or information for community members.
- Refer community members to needed health services.
- Advise clients or community groups on issues related to improving general health, such as diet or exercise.
- Advise clients or community groups on issues related to sanitation or hygiene, such as flossing or hand washing.
- Transport or accompany clients to scheduled health appointments or referral sites.
- Teach appropriate parenting behaviors to individuals or families.
- Attend community meetings or health fairs to understand community issues or build relationships with community members.
- Perform basic diagnostic procedures, such as blood pressure screening, breast cancer screening, or communicable disease screening.
- Advise clients or community groups on issues related to diagnostic screenings, such as breast cancer screening, pap smears, glaucoma tests, or diabetes screenings.
- Teach classes or otherwise disseminate medical or dental health information to school groups, community groups, or targeted families or individuals, in a manner consistent with cultural norms.
- Advise clients or community groups to ensure parental understanding of the importance of childhood immunizations and how to access immunization services.
- Advise clients or community groups on issues related to self-care, such as diabetes management.
- Develop plans or formal contracts for individuals, families, or community groups to improve overall health.
- Monitor nutrition of children, elderly, or other high-risk groups.
- Maintain updated client records with plans, notes, appropriate forms, or related information.
- Provide basic health services, such as first aid.
- Contact clients in person, by phone, or in writing to ensure they have completed required or recommended actions.
- Collect information from individuals to compile vital statistics about the general health of community members.
- Provide feedback to health service providers regarding improving service accessibility or acceptability.
- Advise clients or community groups on issues related to risk or prevention of conditions such as lead poisoning, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), prenatal substance abuse, or domestic violence.
- Advise clients or community groups on issues related to social or intellectual development, such as education, childcare, or problem solving.
- Identify or contact members of high-risk or otherwise targeted groups, such as members of minority populations, low-income populations, or pregnant women.
- Distribute flyers, brochures, or other informational or educational documents to inform members of a targeted community.
Related Technology & Tools
- Blood glucose monitoring equipment
- Photocopying equipment
- Laptop computers
- Emergency first aid kits
- Laser facsimile machines
- Computer laser printers
- Automated blood pressure cuffs
- Computer ink jet printers
- Multi-line telephone systems
- Manual blood pressure cuffs
- Passenger cars
- Personal computers
- Microsoft Excel
- Web browser software
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Microsoft Access
- Client databases
- Microsoft Publisher
- Microsoft Office