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NAVEGANTES

Navegantes are what make CEHC's work possible!

 

Navegantes are certified Community Health Workers (CHW) who are multilingual and multicultural and many share similar backgrounds to our patients. Navegantes are patient advocates, medical interpreters, work closely with patients to reach their health goals, and so much more. Navegantes also teach our Vida Sana and Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) classes in addition to doing one-on-one nutrition counseling. Navegantes also represent the clinic at outreach and community events across the state.

For more information about what CHWs are and what they do, visit the Community Health Worker Association of Rhode Island's website!

Interested in becoming a Navegante?

CEHC's Advanced Navegante Training Program may be right for you!

Program Overview

  • 10 weeks

  • components

    • CHW training classes​

      • Weekdays​

      • Class topics include: case management, HIPAA and medical ethics, chronic diseases and chronic disease management, women's health, STIs, First Aid/CPR training, and more.​

    • Vida Sana instructor training

      • Weekdays​

    • Medical Interpreter training

      • Saturdays​

  • 80 hour internship​

Eligibility Requirements

  • Rhode Island resident

  • 18 years or older

  • High school diploma or GED

  • Proficient in reading, writing, and speaking in both English and Spanish

Application Process

The application for the ANTP is currently closed. Check our social media pages for more information about upcoming classes!

Questions? Interested in applying? Email Rosa Roman, Navegante Cordinator at RosaR@aplacetobehealthy.org or Jackie Medrano, Assistant Navegante Coordinator at JackieM@aplacetobehealthy.org

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