Community Health Worker Training Information

To apply to be a CHW, applicants are required to:

  • Submit an updated resume
  • Get a recommendation from your HPP Case Manager or other written recommendation if not a former HPP client
  • Have a minimum of one year in stable housing
  • Be clean and sober for a minimum of two years
  • Have stable childcare
  • Be looking to pursue or currently pursuing an AA degree or GED certificate
  • Be looking to find employment in an entry level position in the social service sector

Please contact Randi Tanksley, CHW Program Manager at (415) 546-6756 ext. 388 or at HPP holds two CHW Orientations per year, in the spring and fall.