On Wednesday, November 8, as a part of a collaborative project for the Bureau of Primary Health Care’s National Training and Technical Assistance Cooperative Agreement, the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO), MHP Salud, the National Health Care for the Homeless Council (NHCHC), and Health Outreach Partners (HOP) facilitated a webinar on enabling services (ES) and social drivers of health (SDOH). The facilitators and panel of speakers discussed the role of ES staff in screening for and addressing SDOH and how data can be used for meaningful change. Speakers also shared successes, challenges, best practices, and other useful knowledge on addressing social risk factors and building community partnerships. 

Learning Objectives:

After this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the importance and impact of SDOH data collection;
  • Learn strategies for screening for SDOH special and vulnerable populations;
  • Learn from panelist speakers about examples of the impact of enabling services on clinical patient services as they collect SDOH data; and 
  • Learn about actionable steps for SDOH data collection in making changes among their communities by enabling services staff.


  • Deanna Canales, MPH, Project Manager, Health Outreach Partners
  • Lauryn Berner-Davis, MSW, MPH, Director of Implementation Research, National Health Care for the Homeless
  • Gabrielle Peñaranda, MA, Program Manager, Training and Technical Assistance, AAPCHO
  • Flor Robertson, MSHA, Health Strategy Specialist, MHP Salud


  • David Li, Social Impact & Policy Officer, Chinese American Service League
  • Monica Calderon, BMS, CCHW, CHWI, Resource Specialist, MHP Salud
  • Melisa Laelan, Executive Director and Founder, Arkansas Coalition of Marshallese

Intended Audience:

Health centers, Primary Care Associations (PCAs), Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCN), National Training and Technical Assistance Partner (NTTAP) organizations, and community organizations interested and/or invested in health equity for AAs and NH/PIs are invited to join the webinar. Other community and partner organizations interested and/or invested in health equity for AAs and NH/PIs are encouraged to attend.


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