Past Events

February 2020

Stockton GirlTrek Meet Up

February 29, 2020 Stockton REACH held the first Stockton GirlTrek Meet-up! We brought together our Stockton GirlTrek teams do our part in having 1 million Black Women walking for healing, health and radical self-care. For more information on GirlTrek click here. 

November 2019

Rooted in Community: Moving from Trauma to Healing 

Public Health Advocates hosted Rooted in Community: Moving from Trauma to Healing, our organizations first trauma-focused conference, on November 20-21 in Long Beach, Ca. This conference served to educate, inspire and equip over 257 health partners, educators and community activists to mobilize and bring healing to ourselves and the communities of color we serve. 

 

One of the highlights of the conference was the youth panel “Resilient Youth: Harmed and Healing”. Our very own Faces of Resilience youth advocates, Timothy Vaughn and
Mackenzie Cook, did a phenomenal job speaking on the importance of trauma informed education and their personal experiences with trauma in the school system.

January 2020

Safe Routes for Our Kids: Community to School Walk Audit

On Friday, January 24, 2020 REACH staff, California Walks, Community members and more walked with Bear Creek Students living in the Kelley Drive community to school in an effort to highlight the dangers students face daily while walking to school. For more pictures please click here.

September 2019

Black Family Day 

On Monday, September 2nd, our Stockton REACH team celebrated Black Family Day by giving out infused water. We also had our Research Beacon with us as part of an interactive survey for community input for the most important aspects of local parks. 

July 2019

Girl Trek Kick-off Event

Tuesday, July 9

5:30-7:30PM 

 Public Health Advocates | 6702 Inglewood Ave, Ste. A | Stockton, CA  95207 | 209.762.1608 

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