We host a range of free webinars and learning collaboratives to help health organizations incorporate legal expertise and services into their approach to addressing health-related social needs, and to help legal organizations align their service delivery with health partners.
Are you interested in being a presenter on one of our training and technical assistance (TTA) events?
Please click the link below to complete our brief presenter interest form today. We will follow up with you to learn more about your expertise and provide additional information on our upcoming opportunities. Note: If you have a resource to share, please send us an email at email@example.com.
The Role of Medical-Legal Partnerships in Harm Reduction Models
NEW DATE COMING SOON! In this HRSA-supported national webinar, the audience will hear from NCMLP and subject matter experts about current issues and strategies for implementing a medical-legal partnership model that incorporates the expertise of civil legal services, harm reduction, and health center providers. The audience will learn more about how the medical-legal partnership approach continues to be an effective intervention for holistic care models that health centers can utilize to increase access to care, improve quality of care, and achieve health-justice goals for their communities. (New date and registration link is coming soon!)
Upcoming Learning Collaboratives
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The National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership will soon launch three (3) HRSA-supported learning collaboratives for health centers and civil legal services partners. These are free training and technical assistance opportunities designed to help health centers address the health-harming legal needs of their patients and communities.
Medical-Legal Partnership as a Community Health Strategy to Improve Maternal and Child Health Access & Outcomes (Winter 2021-Spring 2022)
Screening and Documenting for Legal Issues Related to SDOH: Strategies for health centers serving multiple special populations, including people who are agricultural workers and people who identify as LGBTQIA+ (February 2022)
Medical-Legal Collaboration and Partnerships with Domestic Violence Programs: Addressing Intimate Partner Violence, Human Trafficking and Exploitation in Community Health Centers (Spring 2022)
Complete our *RSVP Form to let us know that you are interested in participating in our upcoming learning collaboratives.