KS Community Health Worker Coalition

Locate CHWs in Kansas

Access Point:

An access point is defined as a location where a patient or client might have access to a CHW but a CHW may not be stationed there.

Cheyenne Rawlins Decatur Norton Phillips Smith Jewell Republic Marshall Nemaha Brown Doniphan Sherman Thomas Sheridan Graham Rooks Osborne Mitchell Cloud Clay Riley Pottawatomie Jackson Atchison Jefferson Leavenworth Wyandotte Wallace Logan Gove Trego Ellis Russell Lincoln Ellsworth Ottawa Saline Dickinson Morris Wabaunsee Shawnee Douglas Johnson Greeley Wichita Scott Lane Ness Rush Bourbon Rice McPherson Marion Chase Lyon Osage Franklin Miami Coffey Anderson Linn Hamilton Kearny Finney Hodgeman Pawnee Edwards Stafford Reno Harvey Stanton Grant Haskell Gray Ford Kiowa Pratt Kingman Sedgwick Butler Greenwood Woodson Allen Elk Wilson Neosho Crawford Morton Stevens Meade Clark Comanche Barber Harper Sumner Cowley Chautauqua Montgomery Labette Cherokee Geary Washington Seward Barton Wichita Topeka Dodge City Salina Kansas City

This information is provided for the purposes of understanding CHW program distribution. If interested in establishing partnerships and referral systems, please contact the program directly.

If you would like to change program information, add your program, or remove information, please contact Alissa Rankin at alissa.rankin@wichita.edu.

This map was made possible by the United Methodist Health Ministry Fund.

Organization Headquarters Alphabetical

Organization Address Contact Position Email Phone Locations PDF

* Not all counties listed have a local Community Health Worker (CHW) or Promotora de Salud (PdS). However, the program contact indicates this county is served by their CHWs/PdS.

** All communities listed have a CHW or PdS stationed here, and all 105 Kansas counties are covered by this program.

Source: Jolly, Sarah & Rankin, Alissa. 2018. Kansas Community Health Worker Workforce Assessment

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