Learn more about PPWI's Community Centric Focus through this online conversation with PPWI's Community Relations Director Alyson Chavez, President and CEO Tanya Atkinson, and Chief Philanthropy Officer Linda Neff
PPWI is focused on deepening community roots through:
Health Care: Creative partnerships with domestic violence shelters, university systems, and public health departments are being explored to identify new services to meet communities’ unique health care needs – along with new delivery systems helping to fill health care gaps and improve public health.
Education: The successful Promotores de Salud program will be expanding to better serve Latinx communities in more communities across the state. The PPWI education team is also developing online training opportunities for sex educators and other professionals — accessible from any community.
Advocacy: PPWI’s public affairs team continues building a supporter base through a Health Center Advocacy Program, engaging patients inside PPWI’s community health centers. Equally important is deepening relationships with community partner organizations — supporting their work in racial justice, protecting democracy, and other issues — creating a stronger cross-movement coalition.
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