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Health Promotion in Human Service

HHS-Health Promotion  practices are the products of research, training, and patient care  in an effort to provide current education, training, and health literacy for the chronically ill, families, and caregivers. We are advocates for health, quality healthcare, & health literacy that improves the quality of life of individuals and families affected by chronic disease.  HHS healthcare counselors seeks to identify  the ontology , epistemology, and methodology of human suffering; we must answer  question to create programs that  empower individuals and community to live healthy. Health promotion and patient care specialist provides resource, training, and outreach  to patients, families, and communities.

 Health Promotion focuses on America's most deadly diseases Heart Disease, Stroke, Cancer, & Diabetes. Our medical library, as well as the resources of numerous partners enhance our ability to provide health promotion workshops & seminars.  Center for Disease Control Health Promotion Division reports that chronic diseases are responsible for 7 of 10 deaths each year, and treating people with chronic diseases accounts for 86% of our nationís health care costs. We collect, analyze, & interpret data  to  implement best practices in health promotion to change the human condition. We provide education, training , and resources that empowers lifestyle changes necessary to  promote and motivate  self-efficacy   necessary to become  healthy . 

WHO- Health Promotion [World Health Organization] Health promotion is the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve their health. It moves beyond a focus on individual behavior towards a wide range of social and environmental interventions.

Health Promotion professionals seek opportunities to eliminate human suffering caused by poverty around the world.  USAID & WHO best practice and resources are use to train staff and collaborate with international programs.  USAID mission states, "We partner to end extreme poverty and promote resilient, democratic societies while advancing our security and prosperity. We posit that health promotion & human service  is essential to ending extreme poverty, promoting self-sufficiency, and developing programs that create best practices that health and human service.

 

NOHS defines human service as uniquely approaching the objective of meeting human needs through an interdisciplinary knowledge base, focusing on prevention as well as remediation of problems, and maintaining a commitment to improving the overall quality of life of service populations. The Human Services profession is one which promotes improved service delivery systems by addressing not only the quality of direct services, but also by seeking to improve accessibility, accountability, and coordination among professionals and agencies in service delivery.

Health Promotion  integrates the nexus between Health & Human Service to accomplish these essential objectives: Individuals and Communities empowered with resources, education, health, and guidance necessary to improve their quality of life & quality of life of members of society in their community.

The programs that we advocate  and support are instrumental in the delivery of human service that eliminates suffering in America and around the world. The organizations, associations, institutions continue to research best practices that educate an inform health promotion professionals.  As a multidisciplinary team of professional we develop and implement programs to eliminate disease, human suffering, and barriers to quality healthcare & human service that saves and prolongs life.

 Health Promotion Goals & Objective Improve the Quality of Life of Individual

Chronic Disease, Mental Wellness, Nutrition, Poverty, Physical Activity require a multidisciplinary effort of professionals from Public Health, Medical, & Human Service in the US with a nexus to Health Promotion Efforts around the World.

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  • Health Promotion programs that support families self-sufficiency to end  poverty       
  • Health Promotion  programs that support ending homelessness
  • Health Promotion programs that empower indigent women
  • Health Promotion programs that support children & infant health and well-being
  • Health Promotion programs that support grief counseling, emotional wellness, and mental health
  • Health Promotion programs that support employment & employment training
  • Humanitarian Relief Workers Training & Support
  • Health Promotion programs that decrease  juvenile delinquency and risky health behaviors
  • Health  Promotion programs that provide intervention and prevention of teen pregnancy
  • Health Promotion programs that promote healthy babies, childcare,  and early childhood education 
  • Education & Training for health promoters, case managers, public health,& humanitarian relief workers
  • Life saver and emergency response training
  • Grants & Funding for human service research http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Causes/Causes_UCM_001128_SubHomePage.jsp


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