Esperanza’s comprehensive community health program offers a range of services focused on ensuring essential health education and access to health care for neighborhood residents.
Esperanza’s Health programs reach more than 100,000 community residents each year in programs including:
- Community Health Promoters Training Program
- Healthy Homes Project
- Harbor Corridor Best Babies Collaborative (HCBBC)
How to Participate:
Interested in becoming a Community Health Promoter?
- Application packets are made available in the beginning of September to anyone interested in the program.
- Applicants are interviewed and evaluated on the level of dedicated interest in serving the health needs of their family and community, as well as the applicant’s availability to fully participate in the scope and schedule of the program.
- Each year twenty five to thirty applicants are selected at the end of the interview process to begin the Community Health Promoters training.
- For more information regarding applications please contact Associate Director Norma Benitez at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (213) 748-7285 x 18.
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