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About this app

The Martinez Street Women’s Center transforms communities through women and girls by providing access to vital health services, quality education, and advocacy. We envision a world where women and girls achieve empowerment, equity, and justice.

Girl Zone provides girls opportunities to EXPLORE their world, the tools to ACHIEVE their dreams, and the platform to INSPIRE their peers.

Youth-led Participatory Action Research: What is it? Youth-led Participatory Action Research is an innovative approach to positive youth and community development based in social justice principles in which young people are trained to conduct systematic research to improve their lives, their communities, and the institutions intended to serve them.

To enroll your child in our Girl Zone Program, please call 210-908-9772.

Body Image & Self Esteem

Media Literacy

Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention

Non Violent Communication & Stress Management

Service Learning, Leadership Development, and Community Building

Nutrition, & Fitness

STEM & Academic Enrichment

Art, Culture, and Herstory


Community Health strengthens communities by utilizing assets to create woman led programming. Together, we increase access to essential healthcare services, educational tools, and support positive change for our communities.

Woman Zone (woman led research and community building project)

Breast Health Education

Clinical breast Exams/Mammogram referrals

Parent Zone (Positive Parent Program)
Pathways HUB care coordination

Mother/Daughter workshops

Basic Needs

Nutrition Education
MSWC Community Garden Project

To learn more about our community health program or to schedule an event with us, please contact our Community Health Manager at

(210) 908-9772.
Pathways Hub Community Care Coordination

Find -
We work with community families to identify and address their needs. We connect with families at home, church, community centers or anywhere they feel safe to connect.

Intervene -
By asking a series of questions, we can quickly assess a persons needs and immediately conduct a search of community resources and programs through the online resource directory called the Community Health Bridge.

We will quickly identify the right partner and track the progress of each referral through the end result.
Updated on
Feb 27, 2020

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What's new

Initial Release