A message from San Antonio WalkWestside Coalition.
Dear San Antonio WalkWestside Coalition friends and advocates,
The City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department is seeking your feedback on the Draft 2019-2029 SA Parks System Plan. The SA Parks System Plan will guide future planning decisions on the expansion, capital improvements and programming of the more than 250 City-owned parks and recreational facilities, 15,000 plus acres of green space, and over 181 miles of trails. The plan is updated every 10 years with the last plan being adopted in 2006.
The draft plan is available at
I have attached the Executive Summary of the Draft Plan.
There is a Telephone Town Hall meeting this evening at 7:00 PM. You can register at
Or dial in at 7:00 PM on January 31:
On Saturday, January 19, 2019, several Community Health Workers successfully completed training for certification on Adult Vision screening from Prevent Blindness Texas
Happy belated birthday Dr. Martinez!
Thank you for all the jokes and for showing me or reminding me of the fun side of life and work 🙂
I am very grateful for finding you through the CHW program at NVC. You’ve been the most important person in my development as a professional, the one that made me believe in my potential and whose support I will always be grateful for.
I know there are many CHWs here in this forum who have been positively impacted by you and who share similar thoughts of gratitude.
On behalf of my colleagues, we thank you for all you’ve done for CHWs in San Antonio and Happy belated birthday!
12th Annual Community Service Learning (CSL) Conference
A Message from Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics at UT Health San Antonio:
We are so glad you registered for the “Health Where We Live” Community Service Learning (CSL) Conference that took place last February and hope that you found the event to be enjoyable, enlightening, and useful in your work or studies.
We are pleased to announce the 12th Annual CSL Conference “Diving Deep into Community” taking place at UT Health San Antonio on Feb. 2. Together, we will explore how to deeply and effectively engage with community to address health needs, strive towards the goal of health equity, and examine the role of the health professions in supporting and amplifying community-based initiatives.
The conference is free, but registration is required. Register online by January 26 to receive lunch.
Please share with anyone who may be interested in attending!
A profile picture of yourself is a must. 🙂
Remember to personalize your profile to let us get to know you. You are also encouraged to share your email or contact information.
I am forwarding the following message from Decennial Partnership Branch U.S. Census Bureau in San Antonio:
As we prepare for a complete and accurate count of every living person in the upcoming 2020 Census, we will be hiring thousands of people from the very communities you serve, including Kerrville and New Braunfels. We will be hiring management-type jobs, assistant manager positions, clerical, all the enumerators that knock on doors to make sure they respond to the census form and others. All the websites where these job will be available are at the end of this message below.
To that end, there will be three Area Census Offices (ACOs) in San Antonio that will be hiring thousands of these positions in many counties around San Antonio. Take a moment and see if you are interested in applying and spread the word.
We are very excited to share this platform dedicated to enhance communication among the network of CHWs and to provide the ability to share news, resources and job postings among the group.
You are highly encouraged to utilize this tool to stay connected with your peers and to promote the CHW field.
CityMatCH’s next Learning Network Webinar. Details for the webinar can be found below:
TITLE: Getting Our House in Order: Addressing Internal Racial Equity
DATE: January 16, 2019
TIME: 11:00 AM CT
DIAL-IN NUMBERS: 1-866-740-1260; access code 5617527
To all CHWs and friends, you are invited to show your support to Bailando con la Familia and to our colleague Lupita Campos who has been a close collaborator with our friend Jorge and Bailando con la Familia. We will be attending as a group, this is our first Social Networking Event of the year 2019! Come and have a good time with us at Cocina El Jibarazo! #Spouse and #Kid friendly event 😉
Save the date. Details to come.
Northwest Vista’s Community Health Worker Program in
collaboration with San Antonio Community Health Workers Association, Día de La
Mujer Latina, and the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) will
be offering 7 hours of DSHS certified CEUs for CHWs, CHWI and CHW students on
Saturday, April 20, 2019. The cost of
the program is free.
The agenda will provide comprehensive training on Patient-Centered
Outcomes Research. Module Topics: Overview Clinical Studies, Ethics and Human
Subjects, Data Collection Methods, Informed Consent Process, Study Protocol
& Reporting, and Dissemination of Study Results.
The program will be from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM at San Antonio
Food Bank. 5200 Enrique M. Barrera Pkwy. San Antonio, TX 78227.
Lunch will be provided.
Seating is limited to 40 attendees. Please RSVP not later
than 5:00 PM, Thursday, April 18, 2019