A rising number of health centers are becoming interested or already using PRAPARE to help assess and address the social determinants of health. As more organizations use or consider to use PRAPARE, national PRAPARE partners (the National Association of Community Health Centers, the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, and the Oregon Primary Care Association) would like to gain a better understanding of PRAPARE implementation needs, experiences, and challenges in order to best support your organization as well as the community of PRAPARE users. To this end, NACHC, AAPCHO and OPCA developed a national PRAPARE user survey to document the experiences among current PRAPARE users and those that have not yet implemented it. The valuable feedback from health centers will help inform how we can better refine PRAPARE trainings, resources, and technical assistance.

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