NACHR

WHO ARE CHRs

The National Association of Community Health Representatives (NACHR) is an association representing 264 Community Health Representative (CHR) Programs with over 1,700 CHRs from all over the United States.

HISTORY

The CHR program began in 1968. It was founded on the concept that Tribal health workers are especially well adapted to serve the Tribal community, as they are familiar with Native languages, customs and traditions

NEWS

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News

Latest News from Rabies Watch

New and Improved Educational Website RabiesWatch.com: New and Improved Educational Website
Visit the new rabies awareness and education website that has been improved and expanded with the latest information and best practices: www.rabieswatch.com.

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Barriers to Innovation Barriers to Innovation: Rabies Insights From Key Opinion Leaders and the Literature
Broader awareness, increased vigilance, and innovative thinking are more important than ever to address the unmet clinical and societal needs associated with rabies prevention and treatment.

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Coast to Coast Coast to Coast: Rabies on the Rise in the US
Wild and domestic animals pose an increasing threat not just in rural areas, but in suburbs and cities, too. Read the latest information that impacts your state and region.

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Tragic Consequences of Delayed Postexposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Tragic Consequences of Delayed Postexposure Prophylaxis (PEP)
Immediate PEP that includes administration of vaccines AND human rabieCslimckmhuenroe- globulin (HRIG) is required after rabies virus exposure in previously unvaccinated individuals to neutralize the virus starting on Day 0, but awareness of proper administration of PEP remains low. Don't put your patients at risk...

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Information on the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP)

Good day. Please find attached a booklet and fact sheet about the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). The VICP, which is a Federal program, provides compensation to people found to be injured by certain vaccines. The VICP is located in the HHS, Health Resources and Services Administration, Healthcare Systems Bureau, Division of Vaccine Injury Compensation.

Request: In an effort to increase awareness of the VICP, please share this information with your patients and/or with your networks and memberships so that they in turn can share information about the VICP with their patients.

For more information on the VICP, here is the contact information:

National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program
Parklawn Building, Room 8W33,
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, Maryland 20857;
1-800-338-2382
www.hrsa.gov/vaccinecompensation

Thank you for your consideration,

Nick Zucconi
Acting Regional Administrator
HRSA Office  of Regional Operations—Denver

VICP Booklet (PDF)
VICP Fact Sheet (PDF)