Northeast Texas Community Health Worker’s Coalition Conference

Join us for the 7th Annual Northeast Texas Community Health Workers’ Coalition Conference. This one-day conference is designed for Community Health Workers (CHWs), Community Health Worker Instructors (CHWIs), CHW/CHWI supervisors and employers as well as community stakeholders. This year we will offer a limited in-person or virtual conference option. All registered participants will be offered … Read more

TASK Conference Registration East Texas Trauma and Abuse Services for Kids (TASK) Conference will be hosted virtually on Friday, April 30, 2021 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Sessions will be conducted virtually through Microsoft Teams. Download Brochure   For more information, contact: (903) 877-7649  

Lending Library

  The Lending Library offers patients/participants the opportunity to check-out a blood pressure monitor for a duration of either 14 days (UT Health East Texas Clinics) or 30 days (community locations) for personal use. Along with free use of blood pressure monitors, patients/participants will also learn how to accurately measure their blood pressure and will … Read more

Blood Pressure Tracking

Hypertension (Blood Pressure Management) Tracking   Learn more about managing and controlling your high blood pressure through our Hypertension Tracking Program in cooperation with UT Health East Texas Clinics. This program provides a one-on-one check-in with a designated Community Health Worker (CHW) at your clinic over the course of 12 weeks. This process includes: Initial … Read more

Blood Pressure Management

Hypertension (Blood Pressure Management) Workshop Series   Learn about healthy choices that will lead to preventing, managing and controlling high blood pressure and cholesterol. These workshops provide information to help control blood pressure and encourage participants to make healthy lifestyle choices and is designed to help patients improve their Self-Managed Blood Pressure (SMBP). Incentives are … Read more

Prevent T2 Program

  This National Diabetes Prevention Program is approved by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and taught by a CDC certified Lifestyle Change Coach. It is a year-long workshop series that is proven to help people with prediabetes prevent or delay development of type 2 diabetes by 58 percent. Find out if you are at … Read more

Active Living After Cancer

  UTHSCT Lifestyle Change Programs is excited to announce “Active Living After Cancer,” a new program in addition to their Hypertension and Diabetes Prevention-Prevent T2 workshops. This 12-week, free workshop series is designed to help cancer survivors and their caregivers who are not currently receiving treatment to make healthy choices, get active and ultimately feel … Read more

Regional Health Resources Asset Map

To best identify the resources in each county, we compiled an asset map which lists pertinent governmental agencies, health and social services, civic organizations, and community stakeholders in 11 counties.   <!– –>