Alliant Health Solutions is a strategic partner with Morehouse School of Medicine within the National COVID-19 Resiliency Network (NCRN). The Network was established to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on priority populations. NCRN is created for the community, by the community, with the intent to ensure the diverse needs of our nation are understood and addressed. Together, we can reduce the negative outcomes and impact of COVID-19 on our communities. Will you join us? Click HERE and subscribe to the NCRN newsletter or join the Regional Community Coalition to let your voice be heard.
In This Issue:
Social Marketing Project Flyer
Mental Awareness Video
NCRN Year-End Videos
New NCRN Podcast Episodes
It's So Hard to Say Goodbye...
Alliant Health Solutions is honored to have been a strategic partner with Morehouse School of Medicine on the National COVID-19 Resiliency Network (NCRN) to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on priority populations. The Office of Minority Health grant that funded this initiative will end in June 2023. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our partners who collaborated with us throughout the grant period and the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.
We are optimistic that sustainable partnerships will continue to prioritize health equity for vulnerable populations, enhance health literacy, recognize social determinants of health to improve healthcare, foster mental health and well-being, and facilitate local partnerships to benefit the community.
To celebrate our efforts and achievements, we created a digital memory book. The memory book showcases our team's accomplishments over the past three years and acknowledges those who contributed to developing valuable resources, information sharing, and improved health outcomes for populations affected by the pandemic. As we embark on our next project, we want to leave a legacy of strong partnerships and a solid foundation for individuals, organizations and communities. View Memory Book
Feedback Needed! Social Marketing Project Flyer
In the past two years, Alliant’s NCRN team has been working with the University of South Florida on a social marketing project around the COVID-19 vaccine, specifically to increase immunization levels of Black men with children. The process included developing the For the Love of Mine flyer. Check out and scan the QR code to provide feedback and assist us in improving social marketing efforts. Share the flyer with others so that we can get their feedback too! View Flyer
The COVID-19 pandemic taught us the significance of prioritizing our mental well-being. It is crucial to be proactive instead of waiting for a crisis to occur. Think of your mental health as an umbrella that can offer protection during brief rain showers or severe storms.
Alliant Staff Presents at NCRN End-of-Contract Celebration Morehouse School of Medicine invited Alliant Health Solutions to share our work in developing sustainable partnerships during the NCRN end-of-contract celebration.
Year-End Recap Video The Alliant Health Solutions NCRN team created a video highlighting our work over the past three years. Alliant Health Solutions is grateful for the opportunity to be a strategic partner in NCRN and thanks everyone who volunteered their time, skills and efforts in mitigating the effects of COVID-19.
Two new episodes of our podcast, Connections: Lessons in Building Healthy Communities, are now available wherever you listen to podcasts.
Learn about building trust in Community Health Workers: The Heart of Healthy Communities from the Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM).
In Healthy Communities for Immigrants and Refugees: Partnership is Everything, guests from the Center for Victims of Torture and MSM discuss the barriers refugees and immigrants face in accessing quality health care and information.
Alliant Health Solutions is privileged to have been a strategic partner in the National COVID-19 Resiliency Network. We are thankful to Morehouse School of Medicine for their invaluable guidance and to all our partners who tirelessly served our shared communities during the public health emergency.
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