COVID-19 Resources for Ag Employers & Farmworker-Serving Organizations
NCFH is closely monitoring the rapidly evolving situation with the Coranavirus (COVID-19). We know that this greatly impacts our nation, including a number of our constituents, our partners, specifically Community/Migrant Health Centers, and the patients they serve. We encourage everyone to follow all recommended precautionary and safety measures for your community.
Joint Statement by Farmworker Advocates on COVID-19 and the risks to Farmworkers
COVID RESOURCES ABOUT AGRICULTURAL WORKERS
COVID RESOURCES FOR AGRICULTURAL EMPLOYERS
COVID RESOURCES IN INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES
COVID RESOURCES FOR HEALTH CENTERS & PROVIDERS
The Farmworker Health Network (FHN) stands with everyone impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), especially health providers and patients from special and vulnerable populations. In a consolidated effort to bring to you the latest updates, the FHN will be sending out biweekly emails with resources and information to keep you informed and assist you in continuing to serve your patient population.
New Checklist for Vaccine Clinics!
The Checklist for Coordinating Worksite and Community-Based Vaccine Clinics for Farmworker Families provides Health Centers and/or other community-based organizations serving agricultural workers that collaborate with agricultural employers and public health authorities the information they need before, during, and after vaccination clinics for agricultural workers and their families in a variety of settings. Download this resource available in English and Spanish today!
GENERAL COVID RESOURCES IN SPANISH
Covid resources for mental health
La Realidad del Trabajador Agricola Durante esta Pandemia
Watch our recorded chat (in Spanish) on Facebook Live about what is happening with coronavirus in rural areas and throughout the country. Our guest speakers included William Lozana Arciniega of the Mexican Consulate in Atlanta, Victoria Mesa Estrada of the Southern Poverty Law Center, and Sandra Leal of Tabula Rasa Healthcare. They explain how to prevent coronavirus transmission, how to ensure that we get correct information about coronavirus, and what labor rights agricultural workers have in the context of the pandemic.
COVID-19 Webinar Series: Resource Sharing and Discussions from the Front Line: