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FEATURES AND BENEFITS

Membership Plans

Student Membership

  • Access Our Resources Portal

    • We will make excellent resources available for download in the members-only resource portal.

  • Connect with other CHW’s

    • GCCHWA currently has membership throughout Northeast Ohio!Become a member and connect with CHW’s and organizations across the region. Search the directory and find people who are doing great work in their communities!Our Members Only Directory is growing every day!

Individual Membership

  • All of the above, plus

    • 10% Discount to all training, 

    • 10% Discount to GCCHWA events and conferences, 

    • Priority notification of employment opportunities and training for CHW's, 

    • GCCHWA ink pen, 

    • 10% discount off GCCHWA merchandise

  • Share Your Areas of Expertise

    • Our members are organized by their identified areas of expertise. Do you need to find somebody with maternal health experience?No problem! You can filter the directory to find the perfect members to connect with.

Organizational Membership Levels

  • Level I - Less than 25 employees - $100 a year

  • Level II - 26 to 50 employees - $200 a year

  • Level III - 51 – 100 employees - $300 a year

  • Organizations with over 100 employees contact us for membership benefits

  • What You Get

    • Organizational name listed on GCCHWA website, 

    • Access to CHW employment portal, 

    • Priority notification and review of call for proposals for GCCHWA events and conferences, 

    • Priority review of organizational evidenced based trainings, and ability to share resources to benefit CHW’s

    • Priority registration and discounts for employees to GCCHWA training, events and conferences

What does GCCHWA do to support you as a CHW?

  • Serve as the data, administration and operations support agency for colleges and universities who offer Community Health Worker programs,

  • Coordinate community outreach events for (health screenings, wrap-around services),

  • Create partnership / service sites for Community Health Workers to complete required community training/service hours,

  • Promote and market CHWP in the community,

  • Coordinate recruitment sessions/recruitment consulting,

  • Advocate for CHWs.

  • Bridge the gap between CHWs throughout Greater Cleveland

  • Bridge the gap between CHWs and employers

  • Promote CHW practices in the community

  • Promote opportunities for training and continued education