San Juan Basin Health Department’s (SJBHD) Promotor Program is pleased to announce receiving three more years of funding. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Office of Health Equity has awarded SJBHD $216,431 for its first year to continue work on increasing access to care for primarily Hispanic/Latino populations to help reduce chronic disease and improve health outcomes. This is accomplished by hiring Promotores, Hispanic/Latino community members who receive specialized training. Promotores are active in their communities providing outreach, health screenings, one-on-one health coaching, and serving as a bridge to better connect their clients to the health care system through referrals. Due to increased funding, there are now two Promotores in La Plata County—serving the communities of Bayfield, Durango, and Ignacio—and one serving Archuleta County. The expansion of the Promotor Program also includes addressing health disparities at a policy level through cultural competency training for health care providers and health educators as well as an initiative to establish collaborative policy work with local stakeholders. SJBHD is grateful to not only be continuing but also expanding the Promotor Program in order to better support and improve our region’s health.