Comadre a Comadre rogram is now recruiting "Peer Educators" to teach community breast health classes.
If you're a woman, a Hispanic/Latina bilingual speaker, English speaker, Spanish speaker or a breast cancer survivor and it's been two years since your last treatment, call Education Support Coordinator Gena Laughlin in the Comadre office at (505) 277-2329 to obtain more information.
Due to the generosity of our sponsors, Comadre a Comadre will be able to provide a stipend for teaching these classes. Training will be provided.
Breast cancer survivors bring passion and an ability to motivate and inspire other women to improving their screening practices and increase awareness on the importance of the early detection of breast cancer.
The Comadre a Comadre program is a peer-based culturally and linguistically competent psychosocial support and patient navigation intervention designed to improve breast cancer outcomes among Hispanic/Latina women in New Mexico.
To view the informational flyer, visit Peer Educator Flyer.
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