In addition to diverting undefeated people to residential resources, some awareness programs also address the provision and satisfaction of other basic needs such as food, water and hygiene. The type of services and resources available depends on the outreach organization and the resources available at the time. A number of nonprofits, such as the Dorothy Day House in Berkeley, California, offer mobile-friendly services to the city`s concentrated homeless areas to distribute essentials such as hot meals, food, water, rainwear, clothing, and hygiene products. Non-profit organizations concerned with providing basic necessities tend to work with the local government, as well as other non-profit organizations such as food banks, to distribute these goods for free to the uninhabited population.  By providing these services through mobile street work, volunteers connect government-provided services with homeless people by improving accessibility to these important assets. The primary function of most community outreach programs is to achieve a goal. A group could be tasked with identifying the eating habits of adolescent girls with eating disorders. Another group could be to hunt down fleeing teens to keep them safe or reunite them with responsible family members. The function is to identify a specific demographic group, examine their needs related to a particular problem, and create a program to help them recover, learn, or become self-reliant. There are many types of community outreach programs. For example, if a church wanted to help homeless women and their children find safe housing, the church would hire someone to actively organize a team to find and identify homeless women and their children in their community.
By talking to these women, the organizer was able to determine what their most pressing needs were: safe shelter, food, protection from abusive ex-husbands and ex-boyfriends. The objectives of this particular community outreach program would be to raise funds to support temporary housing for these women and their children. Other types include community outreach programs based on health issues: smoking among teenage girls or drug use among teenage girls or teenage pregnancy. In any case, the goal would be to identify the group of people, identify their needs and design a program to help them avoid them through intervention, education and even physical security. Concept analysis is a formal and rigorous process in which an abstract concept is examined, clarified, validated, defined, and distinguished from similar concepts in order to inform the development of the theory and improve communication . Although there are many approaches to analyzing concepts, walker`s method and Before (2010) is often used by beginners to perform a concept analysis, as it has eight clear steps derived from the process developed by Wilson . Walker and Avant`s method is the appropriate application for the concept of public relations, as this concept is unclear and has not been developed. Although the theory may differ from the context, the present study was conducted to form a generalized concept of awareness in the health community.
Nasser SA, Ferdinand KC. Community Outreach to African Americans: Implemented for Hypertension in Progress. Curr Hypertens Rep. 2018;20(4):33. This conceptual analysis provided a basic definition and identified the precursors, critical attributes and consequences of community health work from a general perspective. The definition we propose provides a general understanding of awareness to promote community health and thus enable better communication and facilitate awareness to overcome health inequalities. Future researchers will be able to use this definition to ensure the exact use of the concept in their studies, while health professionals will be able to identify precursors, critical attributes and consequences of awareness in the field. Therefore, our analysis can help support outreach organizers and healthcare professionals. From the above databases, 307 articles were selected, of which 105 duplicate articles were excluded. First, the abstracts were independently reviewed and selected by two researchers.
We rejected a total of 97 articles: protocols, abstracts and those that are not relevant to health activities. The 105 selected articles were consulted in full text and 3 articles were pre-selected from the reference lists of important articles. Then, 63 articles were rejected: focused on needs assessment, lack of description of the outreach program, focused on the influencing factor of the outreach program, focused on intervention development, public relations planning. Dictionary definitions have also been included. A total of 45 articles were eventually recorded and intensively reviewed in full text. The process of retrieving items is illustrated in Fig. 1. Community health outreach typically involves social work with vulnerable populations to address homelessness, substance abuse, mental disorders, youth issues, and prostitution. But even basic textbooks on social work rarely mention the definition of public relations, and then it is not considered in its own words; It is sometimes presented as “posted”, “road” or “preventive” work .
The concept of public relations is apparently easy to understand, but it is not easy to define. In fact, the definition of community health awareness depends heavily on the objectives of a health project and the context of the community. Researchers tend to focus on specific strategies or activities that provide health services as part of a collaborative project ; Therefore, awareness-raising strategies are strongly linked to the community concerned [9, 10]. Several factors influence the process: outreach staff (“personal factors”), outreach procedures (“process factors”), and the community in which the awareness takes place (“environmental factors”) . As a result, it has proved difficult to find a general definition of public relations. The participation or influence of an organization in the community, particularly in the context of religion or social welfare (The Oxford English Dictionary) ; A survey of undefeated people engaged in services found that there was “an improvement in overall health, mental health and vitality after street contact, but only for those who then visited clinics in fixed locations (<50% of people)."  Outreach programs that are familiar with areas of existing fixed sites or that are integrated into networks of service organizations are better able to coordinate access to care. LoConte NK, Weeth-Feinstein L, Conlon A, Scott S. Integrating Health Systems to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening: Community Clinical Reach in Underserved Areas of Wisconsin.