Why do you start a promotores program?
From the field
Chula Vista Community Collaborative
Chula Vista Community Collaborative (CVCC) coordinates with partner organizations to protect the health, safety, and wellness of the residents in the Chula Vista and South Bay neighborhoods of San Diego, California.
Follow promotores from Chula Vista Community Collaborative as they work at a community health fair and discuss the important role of promotores in their community.
CREA Results is a grassroots community organization near Denver, Colorado. CREA Results uses a promotores de salud program to conduct research, provide health education, and raise awareness of important community issues.
Hear from promotores at CREA Results about the activities they do on a day-to-day basis, including educating their community about healthy food choices, exercise, and screening for possible illnesses.
Chicago Hispanic Health Coalition
The Chicago Hispanic Health Coalition (CHHC) is a group of 600 organizations dedicated to health promotion and disease prevention in the Hispanic communities of Chicago, Illinois.
Listen to the promotores at Chicago Hispanic Health Coalition describe how they build trust and educate their community about prominent health issues.
Eastside Promotoras in San Antonio, Texas is a community organization that uses promotores de salud to educate the community on disease prevention, disease complications, and disease management. Eastside Promotoras trains promotores de salud to be knowledgeable and effective in their roles. Eastside Promotoras connects community members to important health resources.
Watch Eastside Promotoras collect and distribute food and clothing to families in their community.
Learn how to implement a promotores program, including staff training, marketing, staff development, and logistics.
Conducting staff training
Managing your funder
Health communication basics for materials development
Promoting your services to your clients - Social marketing 101
How do you implement a promotores program?
Learn why evaluation is important, different types of evaluation techniques, how to work with vendors, and how to disseminate your results.
Course 18: Evaluation: What is it good for?
Working with evaluation partners
Types of evaluations: pros, cons, and practicalities
Collecting, tracking, and analyzing data
Disseminating your outcomes and sharing your success
How do you evaluate a promotores program?
Guest contributors from various nonprofit organizations across the U.S. share their experiences of promorores program challenges, insights, and solutions.Read Case Studies
This reading list of evidence-based research articles on promotores programs supplements the TPC training materials.Access Reading List
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