DHTI is extremely proud of our Young Leaders for Community Wellness in the Innovations Program lead by Laura Coelho in the DHTI Grantee Video 2019!

DHTI is proud to share these beautiful and inspirational "Stories of Home: Building Solidarity Among Women, Refugees, Immigrants & Artists" facilitated by the Story Center, featuring some of our Participants. https://www.facebook.com/StoryCenter/DHTI is proud to share these beautiful and inspirational "Stories of Home: Building Solidarity Among Women, Refugees, Immigrants & Artists" facilitated by the Story Center, featuring some of our Participants. https://www.facebook.com/StoryCenter/

"Don't Feed the Animals" - by Chagan (Storyteller) and Eunice (Artist)
Suenos/Dreams" - by Noemi (Storyteller) and Whitney (Artist)
Festival of Lights" - by Parul (Storyteller) and Chloe (Artist)
"Love in Times of War" - by Michelle (Storyteller) and Leah Yael (Artist)
"Apricots" - by Nahid (Storyteller) and Esther (Artist)
"My Journey to Find Home" - by Ngawang (Storyteller) and Eunice (Artist)
"Walking Free" - by Anju (Storyteller) and Patricia Rojas-Zambrano (Artist)"Don't Feed the Animals" - by Chagan (Storyteller) and Eunice (Artist)
Suenos/Dreams" - by Noemi (Storyteller) and Whitney (Artist)
Festival of Lights" - by Parul (Storyteller) and Chloe (Artist)
"Love in Times of War" - by Michelle (Storyteller) and Leah Yael (Artist)
"Apricots" - by Nahid (Storyteller) and Esther (Artist)
"My Journey to Find Home" - by Ngawang (Storyteller) and Eunice (Artist)
"Walking Free" - by Anju (Storyteller) and Patricia Rojas-Zambrano (Artist)StoryCenter is supporting immigrant, refugee, and asylee women in speaking out for their rights, through story; connecting with each other; and building brid...

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YL4CW Summer Program

Diversity in Health Training Institute (DHTI) is an Oakland-based nonprofit dedicated to improving healthcare in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties by supporting the creation of a more diverse workforce. This Summer 2019, DHTI will offer a 12-session program focused
on health communication skills. This program is designed for newcomer immigrant students between the ages of 16-25 living in the Bay Area.

Program dates will be from June 13th - July 25th on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 PM -
3:00 PM in Oakland. The program will include four interactive trainings at Highland Hospital
SIM Lab as well as group career counseling. Students can expect to walk away with information about the AIDET model for healthcare communication and resources about
healthcare career options.

To learn more and apply, follow the below link and submit your application by Mon, June 3rd.
https://tinyurl.com/DHTISummer2019
Questions/concerns: contact the Program Manager, Laura Coelho, at laura.coelho@dhti.org.

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Beatrice Lee quoted in Nichi Bei Weekly

Beatrice Lee, Director of DHTI was quoted in the Nichi Bei Weekly "Advocates mitigate the disparities in mental health care for communities of color" in her speech at the Asian & Pacific Islander Mental Health Empowerment Conference on Nov 29, 2018. "One in every six health care jobs are new, immigrant workforce makes up about 16%; there's a pool of immigrant workforce who are eager to join the healthcare sector, because they have skills to offer from their country of origin, but they need help in navigating the training part. We serve about 100 folks a year and they come from over 30 countries, speak 60 languages and dialects. Over 43% of them have a healthcare background, but only 15% of them are actually working in healthcare. Most of them are in entry level jobs." Beatrice Lee

Complete our online application: https://healthpipeline.wufoo.com/forms/s89rlxh0tv19zx/

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Thank you from DHTI Participant

DHTI is so appreciative and grateful for our participants who excel and reach their healthcare goals! Thank you Shrijana who completed the Nursing Program at Dominican University, passed the NCLEX exam and gifted us with her appreciation! "Thank you very much to the whole DHTI Team. You all have been very kind and helping me to start my career. Today, I achieve my career goal all because of you and your help. Thank you is a very small word for what you have done for us. You welcome us in your place with open heart which is very valuable in this new and unknown place. You all gave me your time, support and help is the most valuable gift in my life. I wish more success of the institute and happiness, joy in the team and each and every individual of DHTI. If any way I could do anything for Institute, I will be always ready." Shrijana Maharjan

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Healthcare Systems Course begins Sept 10-Dec 12th, 2019

Contact us to find out more about this introduction to the U.S.Healthcare System, allied healthcare careers, HIPAA, infection control and standard precautions.

Contact us to sign up for the next HEALTHCARE AWARENESS WORKSHOP by signing up for LIVE ZOOM presentation. Join us at World Refugee Day, Saturday 6.22.19 11am-4pm @ Think Now College, 2825 International Blvd. Oakland.













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Diversity in Health Training Institute Main Office:
1900 Embarcadero, Suite 305
Oakland, CA 94606
(510) 838-1110
info@dhti.org

 
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Healthcare Systems Course
Berkeley Adult School
1701 San Pablo Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94702
(510) 644-6130

 
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Castro Valley Adult & Career Education
4430 Alma Avenue
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 886-1000
http://www.cvadult.org/