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Community Resources

The Partnership Center has produced toolkits, fact sheets, and other resources covering a variety of topics to enhance the work of faith-based and community organizations. Scroll through the listings below to download the documents that are best for your faith-based or community organization. Consider tools and resources around the Secretary’s priorities of strengthening our healthcare system, addressing the opioid crisis, addressing serious mental illness, and reducing childhood obesity.

Reforming and Strengthening our Healthcare System

Providing Relief Right Now for Patients - HHS is committed to doing everything in our power to provide relief immediately. Within what the law allows, HHS is taking action to stabilize the individual and small group insurance markets (the markets most affected by the ACA) so that they work better for everyone.

Learn more about health insurance coverage - The Department of Health and Human Services is working every day to put patients and their doctors at the center of American health care.

The Opioid Crisis

Secretary Price Announces HHS Strategy for Fighting Opioid Crisis - Secretary Price made remarks on the Opioid Epidemic and how HHS is working to address the challenge in partnership with all members of our communities.

The Prescription Drug & Heroin Overdose Epidemic - Opioid abuse is a serious public health issue, but preventive actions, treatment for addiction, and proper response to overdoses can help.

Understanding the Epidemic – 91 Americans die every day from on opioid overdose (that includes prescription opioids and heroin).

Addressing Mental Health

MentalHealth.gov - Faith and community leaders can help educate individuals and families about mental health, increasing awareness of mental health concerns and making it easier for people to seek help.

Childhood Obesity

Overweight & Obesity - CDC’s Obesity efforts focus on policy and environmental strategies to make healthy eating and active living accessible and affordable for everyone.

Childhood Obesity Facts - About one in five school-aged children (ages 6–19) has obesity.

Locate Current Providers in Your Area:

Locate a Federally-Funded HRSA Health Center

Locate a Family and Youth Services Bureau Program exit disclaimer icon

Locate a SAMHSA Substance Abuse Treatment Facility

Locate SAMHSA Mental Health Services

Content created by Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships (CFBNP)
Content last reviewed on June 22, 2017