Welcome to Antelope Valley Partner of Health!!

Welcome to Antelope Valley Partner of Health!!

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Antelope Valley Partners for Health

44226 10th St W, Lancaster, CA 93534

Office Hours
Monday – Sunday 8AM–4PM

Title: Program Coordinator

Department: Community Impact-PSE
Reports to: Program Manager 
Hours: Full-time, occasional evenings, and weekend work possible
Starting Wage: $21/hr.

Stop the Hate project aims to provide support and services which may include, but not limited to community engagement and education; community conflict resolution; in- language outreach; services to escort community members in public; community healing; collaboration; cross-racial building; community diversity training; and local or regional rapid response to hate incidents.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage completion of outlined grant objectives and deliverables. 
  • Attend outreach and community events. 
  • Comfortable conducting educational presentations to the community.
  • Basic knowledge of social media and creating postings. 
  • Plan and implement community engagement strategies (such as community forum, arts-based healing events, and/or trainings, etc.). 
  • Attend all weekly meetings and reflective supervision.
  • Communicate efficiently and effectively both verbally and in writing.
  • Collect, analyze, report, and file all relevant documentation in OneDrive folder. 
  • Participate in required workshops, webinars, trainings, and conference calls.
  • Attend regular meetings with Stop the Hate staff. 
  • Attend, recruit, and participate in the Antelope Valley Regional Convening meeting to coordinate Rapid Response Services. 
  • Complete and submit all required grant reports and provide monthly updates to Program Manager. 
  • Carry out other duties as determined by Program Manager and/or Associate Director of Policy, Systems and Environmental Change.

Experience & Requirements:

  • Program Coordinator will be required to have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Health, Public Policy and/or Social Sciences two (2) years’ full time and detailed experience in the fields of Public Health, Public Policy and/or community organizing and advocacy. 
  • Experience working with underserved communities. 
  • Must pass background check.
  • TB test clearance.
  • Maintain CA driver’s license.
  • Must have automobile and proof of insurance.
  • Must provide COVID-19 vaccination card. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Self-starter, with the ability to take initiative and require minimal supervision. 
  • Effective written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills preferred.
  • Knowledge of departmental policies, procedures, and organizational relationships.
  • Ability to work with interruptions while maintaining positive communication with staff and clients.
  • Ability to determine work priorities.
  • Ability to make decisions and take appropriate actions.
  • Ability to meet schedules and deadlines of the work area.
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • Ability to adhere to safety rules and regulations.
  • Safely and effectively uses all equipment necessary to carry out duties.
  • Ability to establish positive rapport with diverse populations, utilizing cross-cultural skills and knowledge of cultural and religious differences, attitudes and practices.
  • Ability to be culturally sensitive, tolerant, and non-judgmental.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of and ability to understand distribution site operations.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Proficiency in Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel.
  • Bilingual preferred. 
  • Supports and adheres to the values and mission statement established by AVPH Board of Directors.

Working Conditions:

  • Primarily an office environment; with hybrid – remote option
  • Employee will be required to perform repetitive physical and mental activities, have face-to-face and telephone contact with individuals, work with others in a group or team, and work with the public. 
  • Will be required to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
  • Work may be performed under stressful and emotional conditions.

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Mission and Vision

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Emotional Wellness

Programs provide counseling and therapy services for youth and adolescents experiencing mental health. Important mental health habits—including coping, resilience and good judgment—help adolescents to achieve overall wellbeing and set the stage for positive mental health in adulthood. Mental health programs are designed to help youth and adolescents maintain a positive and productive lifestyle that promotes meaningful and beneficial relationships and connections to family, peers, and the community both during treatment and after treatment ends.


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Maternal and Child Health

Maternal and child health is a priority for AVPH and the Antelope Valley community. The Antelope Valley has some of the highest rates of infant mortality, low birth weight babies, preterm births, teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections in the United States. In fact, these rates are higher than other parts of Los Angeles County! While many factors contribute to this trend (including income level), there are plenty of resources available to help families cultivate an environment that supports healthy pregnancies and children from their first days through adulthood.


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Home Visitation Program

The Home Visitation program is a one-on-one visit between the expectant mother and the family support specialist. The visits can be scheduled during pregnancy or after birth, depending on the needs of each family. Visits are typically conducted weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly as determined by the family support work (FSS).


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Provides a broad range of coordinated services for youth who are in foster care, experiencing homelessness or other barriers and need support to finish school, find a job or pursue a career path. Our programs are designed to prepare students to become self-confident, self-sufficient and independent adults.


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Family Support

The Family Support program helps parents/caregivers become better equipped to move their children on a path toward a brighter future. The process of building a healthy home environment so that children will thrive is key to reducing or eliminating the damaging effects of poverty on children and families.


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Workforce Development

Focuses on an individual’s ability to grow their skills and develop the tools they need for business success. In other words, training individuals to be more productive and prosperous in the workplace, which benefits both the employer and the worker.


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To support the realization of the best quality of life possible for each individual/families, starting with a stable home.


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Family Resource Center

The Family Resource Center offer support by helping parents, families, and children locate and use services within their communities. The services can include parent groups, sibling support groups, resource libraries, classes, and play groups. They also can provide referral information for family visitation services, food and clothing banks, and more.


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Health Education

To provide educational programming, services, and resources that will enable individuals of the Antelope Valley to play active roles in achieving, protecting, and sustaining health and wellness. HE is dedicated to helping you find the most appropriate health and wellness information and support available. We provide educational workshops, services, and resources.


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