What is Community Connections?

Community Connections utilizes a proven Pathways Community HUB Institute model to help communities come together to support their under-resourced residents and to improve health and well-being.

  • It’s a FREE program offering connections to community resources.
  • There are no eligibility requirements – Anyone can participate in this program.
  • Services are provided through phone calls, home visits, office visits, and community interactions.
  • Services are delivered by a Community Health Worker, Registered Nurse, and/or Social Worker.

What is a Community Health Worker?

A community health worker is a frontline public health worker who is a trusted community member and has a close understanding of the community served. This relationship enables the worker to serve as a liaison between health & social services to facilitate linkage to community resources.

How can we help you? 

This is not a complete list of services. Please call 1-800-504-2650 to see what other services are provided.

  • Finding you a doctor or dentists 
  • Finding transportation 
  • Enrolling you in health insurance 
  • Answering questions about wellness or being sick 
  • Getting food or a place to live 
  • Buying, fixing and eating healthy food 
  • Your concerns about abuse or violence in your life 
  • Answering questions about family planning (birth control) 
  • Finding translation services 
  • Immunizations 
  • Educational advancements like GED classes, college courses 
  • Employment opportunities and trainings 

How to Refer

  • You may refer yourself or someone else.
  • Click here to choose the right HUB based on where you live – complete questions and submit. Someone from our Team will reach out to you within 3-5 business days.
  • You may also call District Health Department No. 2 directly at 1-800-504-2650.

This page was last updated on October 10th, 2023.