National Training and Technical Assistance Partners (NTTAP) provide free training and technical assistance (T/TA) to support existing and potential health center grantees and look-alikes. The NTTAPs possess subject matter expertise in functional areas, and support health center’s ability to maintain fiscal and operational excellence, engage in effective workforce development activities, utilize cutting-edge health information technology and structure health care services in a manner culturally and linguistically appropriate to the patient population served.
These organizations are funded to provide T/TA to health centers in a manner that increases patient safety and health outcomes, effectively serves diverse special, vulnerable, and underserved rural, frontier, and urban populations. This T/TA often takes the form of learning collaboratives, state/regional/national trainings, webinars, newsletters, toolkits, and fact sheets.
Technical Assistance Offered
NTTAPs provide training and technical assistance that address the operational, clinical, access, and technology needs of health centers. The information found on this page relate to the special and vulnerable populations and developmental topics the NTTAP technical assistance addresses. To request technical assistance, please contact the organizations directly or contact your project officer.
Choose a topic below to find an NTTAP providing training and technical assistance in this area.
Offers language access, cultural competency, and focuses on the role enabling services have in advancing the health care needs of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and other Pacific Islander communities. Request TA from AAPCHO.
Provides technical assistance that assists health centers in planning capital projects, financing growth and identifying ways to improve performance. Request TA from Capital Link.
Supports health centers EHR and Health IT systems selection decision making and offers training in the optimization of Health IT systems and data analysis for continuous, data-driven quality improvement. Request TA from HITEQ.
Is a key provider of technical assistance where housing and health intersect offering health centers instruction in the development of clinical and operational processes that are culturally sensitive and appropriate for the unique needs of patients experiencing homelessness or residing in public housing. Request TA from CSH.
Provides health centers with tailored technical assistance designed to address the needs of unstably housed individuals and includes trauma-informed care, chronic and acute medical management of unstably housed individuals, and outreach and enabling services. Request TA from NHCHC.
Offers health centers training in trauma informed services, partnerships and policy development, and the integration of processes designed to increase the identification and referral to treatment, for individuals experiencing or surviving intimate partner violence and human trafficking. Request TA from Health Partners on IPV + Exploitation.
Provides educational programs, resources, and consultation to health centers with the goal of optimizing culturally affirming, patient centered, high-quality and cost-effective health care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, asexual, and all sexual and gender minority people. Request TA from the National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center
Provides training on integrating the unique expertise of lawyers into health care settings to help health centers address the social and legal structural problems at the root of many health inequities. Request TA from NCMLP.
Provides T/TA designed to improve health center processes and health care delivery that address the health and occupational safety needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers. Request TA from FWJ.
Provides T/TA on outreach and enabling services such as transportation, program planning and development, needs assessments and evaluation, and community collaboration to improve migrant and seasonal agricultural worker health care access and outcomes. Request TA from HOP.
Provides T/TA to health centers to develop, implement, and sustain Promotoras de Salud (Community Health Workers) programs through culturally-appropriate health education and community outreach development. Request TA from MHP Salud.
Provides T/TA on all aspects of clinical care and issues impacting migratory and seasonal agricultural worker patients, providers and clinic systems through consultation, patient tracking, bridge case management, and clinical education. Request TA from MCN.
Specializes in T/TA related to health center governance, administration, and patient education designed to enhance health centers’ delivery of services for the migrant and seasonal agricultural workers and their families. Request TA from NCFH.
Provides innovative and culturally competent models of care, inter-professional training, educational resources, and technical assistance to health care professionals in community health centers who provide care to older adults. Request TA from NCECE
Improves health centers’ ability to develop, expand, and integrate oral health services into primary care settings while adopting effective practices to monitor, report, and improve oral health outcomes. Request TA from NNOHA.
Delivers technical assistance to public housing primary care health centers to enhance clinical practice and improve the skills and capacity of health centers to meet the health care needs of residents of public housing. Request TA from NNCC.
Enhances the capacity of public housing primary care health centers to deliver high-quality primary care services to residents of public housing. Request TA from NCHPH
Strengthens the capacity of health centers to address the unique health needs of school-aged children and improve the health outcomes of underserved youth, particularly in school-based health centers. Request TA from SBHA.
Offers T/TA to effectively address unmet health needs of underserved communities and to implement Quality Improvement strategies to remain financially sound, deliver high quality clinical care, use health information technology and assist health centers to respond to changes in the health care environment. Request TA from NACHC.
Provides training, tools, and other resources on clinical workforce recruitment and retention for health centers. Request TA from ACU.
Specializes in T/TA related to the clinical workforce development/pipeline, developing postgraduate residencies for new nurse practitioners and postdoctoral clinical psychologists, and implementing team-based models of care. Request TA from CHC.