Edixon Martinez

Technical Assistance Consultant / Director of Healthy Relationships Sacramento


(916) 591-9991

In his initial stages Edixon offered his volunteer time with a Sacramento Marriage Education Organization. After several years teaching Relationship Education classes and recruiting participants he now initiates and develops the Sacramento and inland areas for Healthy Relationships California and act as the Healthy Marriage & Fatherhood Initiative project specialist by Supporting RE Partnering Organizations in the Northern and Southern CA. He also trains and support RE facilitators while teaching hundreds of couples in Spanish and English every year.  Edixon leads state wide efforts to develop Spanish marriage ministries in churches across the state and joined efforts with the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference the National Hispanic Association of Evangelicals, the largest Latino Christian organization in America. Edixon is a trainer of facilitator in Mastering the Mysteries of Love in English and Spanish and teaches hundreds of couples in classes like World Class Marriage, Together We Can, PAIRS Essentials, The Third Optio,n and 10 Great Dates. His other certifications as a facilitator include, Keeping the F.A.I.T.H, Smart Steps, Ultimate Relationships, PAIRS for Peers and Ready for Love. Edixon is one of the California’s most sought after Relationship Skills Spanish speaking experts with numerous TV and  radio interviews around the topic of relationships. Often interviewed by Magia FM Radio, Radio Luz Sacramento FM and Que Buena, in an array of topics like marriages, divorces, Marriage Education, and other related matters.  As a producer and co-producer of two very successful radio talk shows in Sacramento he is now working on his new radio production. 

Edixon appears frequently in live broadcast interviews with Univision 19 on Mini Series- "What Happen With Love After Marriage" and "Dads Forced to Stay Home After Lay-Off”. His most recent TV interview by Azteca 13 Channel was about Relationship Skills classes for low-income families. His strength is in his ability to build and maintain strong collaborative relationships, internally and externally with community agencies like WIC (Women Infant and Child), Birth and Beyond, La Familia Counseling Center, Teen Pregnancy Centers, and docents of Evangelical and Catholic Churches in his community and state wide. 

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Partial funding for this project was provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Grant: 90FE0104. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.