|Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
|National Health Care Quality & Disparities Report
Chartbook for Hispanic Health Care
|Casa Latina is a nonprofit organization that advances the power and well-being of Latino immigrants through employment, education, and community organizing.
|Cielo is an organization that works to improve the quality of life for their clients by creating an inclusive environment that promotes educational success for children and adults, healthy Latinos’ minds, bodies, and souls, and support and advocacy for crime victims.
|Chicanos Por La Causa
|CPLC offers a wide range of behavioral health services through three programs: Centro De La Familia, housed at our Maryvale Community Service Center, and Centro Esperanza in Mesa, Arizona.
|Consejo Counseling provides a continuum of behavioral health, substance abuse, and domestic violence services, including prevention, treatment, and housing to individuals and families across Washington, utilizing an interdependent treatment model so clients experience acceptance, emotional security, and developmental growth while learning new skills to improve the quality of their lives.
|Crime Victims Advocacy Network
|A network of advocates working with those hurt or harmed by crime in Mason, Thurston, Lewis, Grays Harbor, and Pacific counties, providing them with support, referrals, and advocacy in a compassionate, proactive, and empowering manner.
|El Centro de la Raza
|Grounded in the Latino community of Washington State, the mission of El Centro de la Raza (The Center for People of All Races) is to build the Beloved Community by unifying all racial and economic sectors; to organize, empower, and defend the basic human rights of our most vulnerable and marginalized populations; and to bring critical consciousness, justice, dignity, and equity to all the peoples of the world.
|El Futuro, Inc.
|El Futuro is a Non-Profit outpatient clinic based in North Carolina that provides comprehensive mental health services for Latino families in a bilingual environment of healing and hope. This organization provides direct services to clients, as well as training to help others provide more effective services.
|Entre Hermanos came into being by the initiative of a group of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Latinos/as that saw the need for social, educational, and health support services in their community in the spring of 1991. By December 1992, the group was organized and carried out various activities to raise funds to cover its operating costs in cooperation with the Washington Latino AIDS Coalition, a group affiliated with People of Color against AIDS (POCAAN).
|Green Latinos is a national nonprofit that convenes a broad coalition of Latino leaders committed to addressing national, regional, and local environmental, natural resources, and conservation issues that significantly affect the health and welfare of the U.S. Latino community.
|Working in partnership with the National Alliance for Hispanic Health, Pfizer, NYS DOH, Boehringer Ingelheim, and local community-based organizations, we have focused on giving Latinos the tools to make better decisions about their diets, adopt healthy habits, and see their doctors regularly.
|The Mission of the Hispanic Roundtable is to strengthen the Latino community through partnerships, education, community building, and cultural representation. Members of the Latino community in Thurston, Lewis, Grays Harbor, Mason, and Pacific counties will: 1) Have greater access to post-secondary education. 2) Know and have greater access to community resources and services 3) Have improved communications with the community at large. 4) Have links to communities of color.
|Latino Advocacy offers to consult for grassroots organizations and groups in the areas of policy, advocacy, organizing and membership development, workshops and meetings facilitation, focusing on racial justice and immigrant rights. Latino Advocacy empowers organizations to organize effectively by conducting workshops, facilitating group meetings, and providing leadership development training to leaders. They also provide support and development for groups and organizations in communications and media skills and offer bilingual services and the translation of documents and simultaneous interpretation for conferences and events.
|Latino Center for Help
|Latino Center for Help provides leadership for community-engaged research through capacity building and authentic partnerships with community stakeholders to promote impactful improvements in the health and well-being of Latinx communities in Washington state, regionally, and nationally.
|Mental Health America
|Mental Health America (MHA) promotes mental health as a critical part of overall wellness, including prevention services for all; early identification and intervention for those at risk; integrated care, services, and support. MHA offers information about the Latinx/Hispanic Communities and Mental Health in the United States and useful resources in English and in Spanish.
|National Alliance on Mental Illness
|The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
Find important Hispanic/Latinx information and important resources in English and in Spanish on their website.
|The National Hispanic Council on Aging
|The National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA) is the leading national organization working to improve the lives of older Hispanic adults, their families, and caregivers. Headquartered in Washington, DC, NHCOA has been a strong voice dedicated to promoting, educating, and advocating for research, policy, and practice in the areas of economic security, health, and housing for more than 50 years.
|The Rural Women’s Health Project
|The Rural Women’s Health Project (RWHP) is a nonprofit organization based in Florida that designs and implements community-based health-education projects, training, and materials to assist communities in strengthening their understanding of critical health, occupational, and family issues.
Project S.A.L.U.D. builds community assets to reverse the factors that create health disparities in immigrant communities and to engage community members in activities to improve well-being.
|Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
|Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) offers different resources for the Hispanic/Latino population, including national survey reports, agency and federal initiatives, and related behavioral health and Spanish-language resources.
|Snohomish County Latino Coalition
|A group of 100+ Latino community leaders that live and/or work in Snohomish County. Their mission is to advocate with and for the Hispanic/Latino/Latinx community in Snohomish County through an emphasis on empowerment, unification, equity, inclusion and accountability.
With support and guidance from the CDC, Alianza Americas and its member organizations are leading the Somos Salud Project to address health disparities in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Alianza Americas, with the Latino Commission on AIDS and the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico Binational Health Commission Mobile Units, work together to address health disparities in prevention, testing, vaccination, and treatment for COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.