• From the Field is a video series that highlights the work of promotores programs at organizations across the U.S.

  • KDHRC invites you to share your program’s story through photos, videos, and brief essays.

  • Sharing your program’s story can increase your program’s exposure, highlight your program’s successes, and provide guidance and encouragement to other community-based organizations establishing, implementing, and evaluating a promotores program.

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About From the Field

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  • 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.

CREA Results

  • 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.

Chula Vista Community Collaborative

  • 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.

Chicago Hispanic Health Coalition

  • Watch Eastside Promotoras collect and distribute food and clothing to families in their community.

Eastside Promotoras