Anahi Valenzuela
HCV Trainer

Anahi Valenzuela, Bachelor's of Science in Public Health, Bachelor's of Arts in Spanish Translation and Interpretation

Contact Information

Amistades, Inc.

Address:

6627 S. Avenida Mirella Bonita
Tucson, AZ 85746
United States

Phone: 520-858-9080
Email: anahivalenzuela@amistadesinc.org

Experience

Expert Trainer, Expert Facilitator

Experience Implementating: Yes
Workshops per Year: 1-5

Other topics trainer is expert in:


• National Hispanic and Latino Addiction Technolog Transfer Center
• Forward Promise National Grantee Convening
• Latinx and the LGBTQ+ Community
• Latino Historical Trauma and Health)
• Latino Stress Workshop
• HIV 101 Training
• Addressing Barriers to Care with Latino and Immigrant Populations
• RAIZ platica
• Diverse Voices in Prevention Conference
• Nuestra Salud Webcasts
• Family Support Alliance Conference
• Mandates Reporting Training
• El Renacimiento: Latino Historical Trauma – Informed Worksop
• Mayahuel Underage Drinking Prevention Program Task Force Member
• Foro de ciudadanía – El consulado de Mexico
• LGBTQ 101 Training
• Souther Arizona Opioid Abuse Prevention Symposium
• Familia Adelante Training of Trainers
• Suicide Prevention Workshop

 


Bio:

As a proud Mexican American that is passionate about serving the Latino community, Anahí pursued a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Health and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Spanish Translation and Interpretation.

In her role of project coordinator, Anahí assisted with the development of El Renacimiento: Latino Youth Historical Trauma curriculum that bridges traditional indigenous healing to contemporary methods. Latino youth explore their cultura and identidad through Mexican American history and art activities. As the parent promotora for the Familia Adelante Multi-Risk Prevention Program, she has facilitated bilingual workshops on HIV/AIDS, stress, family communication, gang and substance abuse prevention.

Anahí has collaborated in the agency’s grant writing efforts and conducted community focus groups to gather data on the Latino community needs. Anahi has assisted in the submission of applications for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, UnidosUS, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Health Resources & Services Administration.