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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.

National COVID-19 Resiliency Network (NCRN)
Strategic Partner Monthly Information and Resources 

In This Issue


COVID-19 Vaccination...What is Your Choice?

COVID-19 vaccines can help get us back to the people and things we love.
What is your choice? Click HERE to watch the video. 

Parent and Child-Related COVID-19 Articles and Resources

The American Academy of Pediatrics: The Science Behind the COVID-19 Vaccine and FAQs for Parents

US Department of Health and Human Services Resources (HHS):  



How Puerto Rico Became the Most Vaccinated Place in America 

Puerto Rico is the Caribbean island that has quietly managed to outpace even New England states with the highest vaccination rates in the country.

Click HERE to read the article.


Accountable Health Communities: Health-related Social Needs Screening Tool

Sometimes, being healthy is difficult due to social issues and needs. Where one lives, food availability and mental health and security are all needed to assure ongoing healthy habits.  

This guide includes screening tools for community organizations, primary care and other health care organizations to assess social needs their clients may have that are negatively impacting their health.

Click HERE to download this resource.


How to Prioritize Self-Care

The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for all of us – self-care is more important than ever. Watch this short video for some helpful techniques you can use to begin prioritizing self-care. Click HERE to watch the video.


Pandemic Related Resources for School Personnel 

Tools for Educators During a Public Health Crisis - This tip sheet from the Northeast and Caribbean Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) provides educators multiple strategies for staying informed, practicing self-care, and noticing signs of distress while working during a public health crisis. The tip sheet also includes recommendations for teachers in supporting students and families during COVID-19, as well as information regarding useful self-care apps and national hotlines. 

Social Emotional Wellness: Considerations for Teachers and School Staff - This tip sheet from the Virginia Department of Education highlights the importance for educators of practicing self-care strategies, managing stress, and exploring their social-emotional wellness. Along with guidance for gauging educator and school staff wellness, the tip sheet includes a section with links to relevant resources, webinars, tools, and more. 


Teaching Children to Become Community Protectors

The CDC, CDC Foundation, and Oklahoma Tribal Engagement Partners created Community Protectors to educate children on ways they can stay safe and help protect their communities from the spread of COVID-19. Popular with American Indian and Alaska Native children and educators, the Community Protectors follows the same characters of the Eagle Books in a 20-page hybrid story and coloring book. Click HERE to download the coloring storybook.

Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum Resource Links

Asian American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander In-Language Resources for Coronavirus (COVID-19)- In this guide, you will find resource links to improve the well-being of Asian American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander communities while keeping language access barriers in mind.

"Medicare & You” Handbook  - Now Available in Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese,  
this guide supports access to culturally and linguistically appropriate health care with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This handbook will make health care more accessible for nearly one-third of Asian Americans who are limited English proficient. The translated handbooks are now available to download at or to order from 1-800-MEDICARE for free. CMS also publishes several other documents in 23 languages, including Haitian Creole, Portuguese and Tagalog available here.
Management of Post COVID Conditions in Primary Care

A number of individuals identify lingering issues weeks after testing positive for COVID-19. The British Journal of Medicine offers guidance for Primary Care providers in considering and managing Post COVID conditions. Click HERE to download the PDF. 

Voices for Vaccines

Voices for Vaccines (VFV) is a national organization dedicated to raising the level of the voices of immunization supporters. Click HERE to use VFV tools in your own community.
Megan Douglas, JD from Morehouse School of Medicine, presents “Applying A Framework to Advance Health Equity” using the Brooks PETAL Framework.   Access the recording HERE.


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