• This week, we’re not just sharing news – we’re in the news! CDM staff and workers we support were quoted in this article (in English) in Bloomberg Law about the H-2B visa program and this article (in Spanish) in Animal Politico about injustices and discrimination faced by migrant farmworker women.
  • Our PPP partner, MCN, has a new podcast miniseries about the continued impact of COVID-19. Check out the first episode that focuses on the psychological impact of COVID-19 on patients’ family members and caretakers.
  • A recent New York Times article shared images of lung damage among patients who were hospitalized during the early waves of the COVID-19 pandemic – a sobering reminder of the ongoing challenges created by COVID-19.

Download video in English and Spanish.

Download audio in English and Spanish.


  • Consider applying for a Susan Harwood Training grant to educate workers about their rights to a safe and healthy workplace. Learn more here.

State Snapshots


  • Children in Delaware can sign up to receive free books for children under five through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library! Visit this website for more information and to sign up, and share fliers in English and Spanish to help spread the word.


  • The Latino CHW conference will be held in Annapolis on June 30 – check out this flier for more information and share with CHWs who may be interested!


  • Households with eligible children will receive a single, lump sum P-EBT benefit beginning July 22, 2023. The benefit will be added to existing P-EBT or SNAP cards or sent to the address that the child’s school has on file. Fliers in Spanish and English provide additional information.

North Carolina

  • For those celebrating Pride this month, the North Carolina Department of Health and Social Services has developed a Take Pride Now / Enorgullécete Ahora to promote healthy sexuality in the LGBTQ+ community, including practices like staying up to date on vaccination against diseases like mpox.

South Carolina

  • Since South Carolina opted against extending Medicaid qualifications under the Affordable Care Act in 2022,  half of the 1.2 million South Carolinians with Medicaid may lose healthcare coverage over the next twelve months – and some as soon as June.  South Carolinians at risk for losing Medicaid can contact the Palmetto Project for assistance with renewals or for information about alternative free or low-cost healthcare options in the state.


  • The Hispanic Health Coalition of Georgia released its June calendar of events where they will offer health resources, including COVID-19 and flu vaccines.