Community Health Worker Advisory Body

Community Health Workers Training Vendor Portal

Community Health Worker Training Program Application

Organizations interested in offering approved community health worker training programs must complete and submit this application to the Community Health Worker Advisory Board (CHWAB), indicating all program requirements have been met.

An electronic copy of the completed application and all supporting documents must be submitted through the CHWAB online portal. The completed application must include Sections 1 through 5, with all necessary attachments. Please download the application and save it before proceeding to ensure all information is saved.

Please stay within the word count as indicated in the parentheses. If you have a compelling reason to go beyond the word count provided, please attach additional documents and reference them in the section.

Application fee is $300. The fee must be submitted with application in the form of a personal check, money order or cashier's check. All fees are non-refundable. Please make checks payable to State of CT Treasurer and mail to:

Office of Health Strategy

Community Health Worker Advisory Board 

450 Capitol Avenue

Hartford, CT 06134


Note: CHWAB will keep a copy of your application and all submitted course materials on file. For any questions, please send an email to: 

Application process:

All applications are submitted through the CHWAB online portal.

The completed application must be submitted at least 90 days in advance of the first expected class day. The CHWAB may take up to 120 days to review an application.

If an application is incomplete, CHWAB shall send written notice requesting that additional materials and specifying the date on which the additional  materials
must be submitted.

If CHWAB determines that all training program requirements are sufficiently met, CHWAB shall send written notice of approval. If CHWAB determines that training program requirements are not met or are no longer being met, CHWAB may deny, suspend or revoke training program approval.
The CHWAB may conduct site visits of training programs, either before approving a training program or at any time during the three-year approval period

CHWAB Training Vendor Application Process Map

CHWAB Approved Training Programs