Centro de Navegación Comunitaria de Salud (210) 942-9550

SACHWA in collaboration with Día de La Mujer Latina are working together to offer this helpful resource to San Antonio’s Spanish speaking population.

This is a Spanish phone line where people can call or text to request information to connect with community health resources (clinics, wellness programs, immunizations, health insurance resources). People having difficulty  scheduling their doctors’ appointments due to the language barrier or who need help finding and obtaining the COVID-19 vaccine are welcome to call or text.

Local Community Health Workers/Promotores de Salud will answer the calls. Also, If you or your organization would like to share information with us on programming/services that promote physical, mental, and spiritual wellness, you may Email that information to  chw.nvca@gmail.com and we will add it to our database.

For questions about this service please contact Guadalupe Cornejo at chw.nvca@gmail.com

We appreciate you sharing this information with your family, friends, clients, and organizations.

Community Clinic: Pfizer Vaccine

June 12, 2021 @ 9:00 am 12:00 pm

Pfizer vaccine will be available for individuals 12 years and Older.

The Community Health Worker Program in collaboration with Alamo Colleges District, CommuniCare Health Centers, U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development, San Antonio Housing Authority and San Antonio Community Health Workers Association bring the Pfizer to this community clinic. This will be a Walk-In Clinic , No appointment Required!

Alamo Colleges District Westside Education & Training Center

563 SW 40th St
SAN ANTONIO, Bexar 78237
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Clínica Comunitaria: Vacuna Pfizer Gratis

La vacuna estará disponible para todos los niños de 12 años para arriba, jovenes y adultos de todas las edades. No se requiere hacer cita, cualquier persona encargada de un menor de edad puede autorizar que el menor reciba su vacuna simplemente firmando la forma de consentimiento que tendremos a su disposición el día de la vacunación.

SACHWA- Virtual CHW Monthly Meeting

April 29, 2021 @ 2:00 pm 3:30 pm

Monthly meeting where CHWs can provide updates on their work, ask for peer-to-peer consultation and support, share resources and learn about SACHWA projects.

To request zoom link, please send an email request to chw.nvca@gmail.com or mcornejo2@alamo.edu

Groundbreaking of the new Westside Education and Training Center.

April 29, 2021 @ 10:00 am 11:00 am

About The Alamo Colleges Westside Education & Training Center (WETC)
Located in the heart of Edgewood Independent School District, the WETC was opened to provide education and services to the westside community. The new multi-use building will be capable of supporting an early college high school, college technical and academic programs and services for the community. The newly designed building was designed with flexibility in mind for future Smart Growth.

The event will be live streamed on the Alamo Colleges District’s social channels. Tune in to watch live. 

SACHWA Monthly Zoom Meeting

February 27, 2021 @ 9:00 am 11:00 am

Monthly meeting update. We will have the following guest speakers: EnrollSA, Maximus Texas Health Steps / Texas STAR / STAR+PLUS and University Health System’s Institute for Trauma-Informed Care.

To register, please email us at chw.nvca@gmail.com

Community Health Workers/Promotores Bexar County Summit

January 12, 2021 @ 3:00 pm 5:00 pm

Colleagues, SAVE the DATE- 12 of January 2021, from 3 pm to 5 pm.
The COVID-19 Community Response Coalition (CRC), Community Health Worker leaders in San Antonio, and Northwest Vista’s Community Health Worker faculty are partnering to host a summit meeting for all Community Health Workers (CHWs) working in Bexar County. The goal of this meeting is to bring together CHWs to create a supportive network to share lessons learned, best practices, key messages, and essential resources for community health workers and for the communities we serve. As we continue to develop strategies and collaborations to combat the current public health crisis posed by COVID-19, community health workers must continue to come together to strengthen our collective impact and to develop supportive peer-to-peer networks and alliances with other disciplines.

Please join us and come prepared to share ideas and to work together.

For questions about the event, please contact Guadalupe Cornejo, Community Health Instructor, Northwest Vista College/CHW Summit Partner at mcornejo2@alamo.edu