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The CHW Program at Northwest Vista College invites you to attend this important training.
CHW Competencies: Advocacy and Capacity Building.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division protects the workplace rights of essential workers who are keeping our country moving forward during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Workers in grocery stores, health care, delivery services, retail establishments, agriculture, and other essential industries have remained on the job despite many potential risks to their own health or that of their families. The Wage and Hour Division is committed to ensuring that these, and all workers, receive the workplace protections provided under the law.
Rapid changes in the workplace have surfaced many questions for workers, their advocates, and employers about wages, hours worked, and time off for workers or their family members dealing with serious illness. The Fair Labor Standards Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act provide protections for workers that may be more crucial now than ever before.
In efforts to provide community health workers and advocates with information and tools to help inform and connect workers with these valuable resources, the Community Health Worker Program at Northwest Vista College invites you to attend this critical training offered by The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division.
Event: Essential Workers-Essential Protections
Location: Alamo College’s Westside Education and Training Center Address: 563 SW 40th St, San Antonio, TX 78237
Date: Friday, November 19, 2021 Time: 3 pm to 4 pm
Point of Contact: Guadalupe Cornejo at mcornejo2@fmartinez
In-person training designed to understand vaccine confidence and enhance communication skills.
To help with planning purposes, registration is required.
Public health measures such as wearing a mask, socially distant seating and COVID-19 symptom screening will be implemented.
This training is free of charge, no breakfast will be provided. If you suspect you are sick, we strongly advise you to stay home and rest.
This training is brought to you by: Northwest Vista College CHW Program, UT Health San Antonio|Long School of Medicine, UT Health San Antonio | Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics, YWCA Olga Madrid Center | Ventanilla de Salud and the San Antonio Community Health Workers Association.
Call or text 210-942-9550 if you have any questions.
YWCA Olga Madrid Center
503 Castroville Road San Antonio,,
78237United States+ Google Map
Obtain your CHW certificate while earning academic credits towards an Associates of Applied Science in Community Health all at the same time. Enrollment is underway for the following community health worker courses:
Registration and Enrollment Information: https://www.alamo.edu/nvc/admissions-and-aid/how-to-apply/ftic/enrollment/
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 email@example.com and we will add it to our database.
For questions about this service please contact Guadalupe Cornejo at firstname.lastname@example.org
We appreciate you sharing this information with your family, friends, clients, and organizations.
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
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.