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Community Health

What are community health workers? 

Community health workers (CHWs) are members of the community who work with the local health care system. CHWs offer interpretation and translation services, provide culturally appropriate health education and information, help people get the care they need, give informal counseling and guidance on health behaviors, and advocate for individual and community health needs. CHWs are frontline agents of change, helping to reduce health disparities in underserved communities.



Substance/Addiction Help

Third Street can help eliminate barriers and empower you along the road to recovery from your addiction.

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HIV Prevention & Treatment

Regardless of gender or race, who are at high risk for HIV to receive testing and prevention medication/ methods.

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Mother & Child Health

Pregnancy, Early Childhood and School-Aged Programs.

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Chronic Disease Support

Diabetes, COPD, or other chronic illness? We're here to answer questions, review and understand your medications, and more.

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