Heart 2 Heart
Each One Teach One

Heart 2 Heart incorporates the “each one, teach one” method toward achieving health equity. This is an approach that has been woven into many “Promotora”/ Community Health Advocate/Residential Health Advocate models. The projects and interventions that have been developed and implemented incorporate the perspectives, voices, and ideas of community members that inform a structure for community strengthening and capacity building. Below, please find information about upcoming events and initiatives. 

H2HJobFair22014 Job & Educational Fair

This event is open to all community members! Information about employment and educational opportunities will be provided. There will also be workshops on resume writing and interview skill development; a panel on youth employment; health insurance benefit assessments; and FREE health screenings. The Heart 2 Heart Program will host this event in collaboration with the City of Berkeley Youth Commission


Saturday, March 15, 2014
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM



South Berkeley Senior Center
2939 Ellis Street (at Ashby)
Berkeley, CA  94703 

For more information, please contact:  

Katherine Brown at (510) 981-5289 or kbrown@cityofberkeley.info 
Gin Jugarap at (510) 981-4140 or gjugarap@lifelongmedical.org 

Here is a list of confirmed vendors that will be on site!  

Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnerships 
Center for Independent Living 
City of Berkeley Fire Department 
City of Berkeley Human Resources 
City of Berkeley Parks, Recreation & Waterfront    
City of Berkeley Youth Works 
City of Berkeley Tobacco Prevention 
City of Berkeley Senior Centers 
City of Berkeley Meals on Wheels 
Covered California 
LifeLong Medical Care  
Bay EMT 
Berkeley Bowl 
Berkeley City College 
Berkeley YMCA 
Berkeley Youth Alternatives 
Carrington College 
Community Energy Services Cooperation 
Easy Does It 
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 
Every Woman Counts 
Fast Response 
Genentech (stroke education) 
Oakland Private Industry Council, Inc. 
Regional Technical Training Center 
Resources for Community Development 
Through the Looking Glass 
UC Berkeley Blood Pressure Project