Health Promoters

Objective: This program consists of a team of health promoters who are continuously trained and skilled working with the community to provide educational workshops and resources to improve the health and well-being of the family.

Commitment: This program consists of 16 hours of training and 40-50 hours of service over the course of a year.


*Childcare provided for children three and under

“Tomando Control de Su Salud” (Chronic Disease Self-Management Program) and “Programa Personal del Manejo de la Diabetes” (Managing your Diabetes) Workshops

In partnership with Arizona Living Well Institute and AmeriCorps, Creciendo Unidos is offering workshops in Spanish of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program and the Managing your Diabetes Workshops.

Both programs are evidence-based and were developed by Stanford University. Each workshop gives participants the opportunity to learn about their role in taking care of their health, helping them incorporate healthy habits in their everyday lives: healthy nutrition, ejercise, managing your symptoms and having better communication with your doctor.

Each workshop is six weeks long, two and a half hour sessions per week.
For more information about the next workshop please call Creciendo Unidos/Growing Together at: 602.374.4054
Tomando control de su salud

Health Promotores Program

Creciendo Unidos (CU) in collaboration with Urban Strategies and Latino Best Start, through a grant by W.K. Kellogg Foundation, is helping Hispanic families in the Phoenix area improve their health and their family’s well-being through the Health Promotores Program.

CU has a team of volunteer leaders that are working as community health workers, providing educational workshops and information to support our participating families in making changes to improve their health and decrease/manage the illnesses attacking our community. Our promotores also connect their families to important resources and events such as health fairs, exercise and nutrition programs, family, couples and youth programs and places to obtain medical care at an affordable cost. Our promotores are also connected with a network of service providers that CU works in collaboration with, to refer families/individuals that require specialized care: depression, alcohol or substance abuse, domestic violence and other behavioral health issues.

Health Promotores Program