LADS (Les Accompagnateurs de l'Eglise Baptiste Siloé Pour la Santé) is a community health worker program founded by members of Siloe Baptist Church in Port-au-Prince. Launched in March of 2009, the program provides at-home monitoring of patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, depression/anxiety and other chronic conditions. In addition to patient monitoring, the program offers community health education seminars throughout the year and mobile clinics to identify community members who need to see a doctor. Members of LADS volunteer in the periodic medical clinics offered at Siloe Baptist Church. Each community health worker has successfully completed the training program designed by Vwazen Nou's founding President. Training includes chronic illness care, maternal and infant care, basic health and hygiene, first aid, bedside manner, and spiritual care. Vwazen Nou has provided funding for continuing education at the Zanmi Lasante/Partners In Health Training Center. Topics have included, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis care, post-traumatic stress disorder and mental health. Vwazen Nou funds the payroll as well as all administrative costs of the program, and we have provided funds to assist LADS patients in emergency situations. In 2016, the LADS received over $25,000 in grants from Vwazen Nou.