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Latino Health Access Health care is a human right.

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LATINO HEALTH ACCESS COVID-19 CALL CENTER. Call us if you need help scheduling a COVID-19 test, need medical or mental health services, assistance with food or rent, a place to isolate or quarantine, or have COVID-19 related questions. We can help you! Call us! Monday – Friday 7 AM – 7 PM. Saturday 9 AM – 7 PM. Sunday 9 AM- 6PM (714) 805

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Latino Health Forum – Latino Health Care Events in

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The Latino Health Forum is one of the most educational and informative conferences addressing Latino health in Northern California. We strive to inform professionals about some of the most relevant issues facing the Latino population as well as enhance the availability and quality of health services and we encourage students to engage by creating education pathways for them to pursue …

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Home Clínica Mi Salud

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Clínica Mi Salud is a wrap-around health free clinic. Learn more Medical Director. Support Our Mission. 18.9% of the adult Latino population under age 65 were not covered by health insurance. 335.2. We believe that health care is a human basic right. Where an individual falls on an income scale shouldn't determine the level of care

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Free Health Education Resources Latino Health MHP …

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Comparison of Latino-serving and Other Health Centers; and all materials are available for download after a quick (and free) organizations are turning to Community Health Workers programs to integrate information about health and the health care system into the community’s culture, language and value system, thus reducing many of the

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Belief and Traditions that impact the Latino Healthcare

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the Latino Healthcare. Claudia Medina, MD, MHA, MPH. Program Director. Delta Region AETC. LSU School of Public Health . [email protected] DELTA REGION AIDS EDUCATION AND TRAINING CENTER • deltaaetc.org. How culture influences health beliefs • All cultures have . systems of health beliefs . to

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Hispanics and Medicare NCPSSM

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Latino Americans, the largest and fastest growing racial/ethnic group in the United States, are at higher risk for COVID-19 infection and are more susceptible to acquiring certain chronic or serious health conditions, such as diabetes, than White Americans, yet face several barriers in accessing health

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Hispanic Health VitalSigns CDC

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May 2015. 1 in 6. About 1 in 6 people living in the US are Hispanic (almost 57 million). By 2035, this could be nearly 1 in 4. 24%. Hispanic death rate is 24% lower than whites (“non-Hispanic whites”). 50%. Hispanics are about 50% more likely to die from diabetes or liver disease than whites. Hispanics or Latinos are the largest racial

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Hispanic Federation: Health

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1. Historically, the single greatest obstacle to better health for millions of Latinos in the United States has been access to quality, affordable medical care. Beginning in 1998, HF began assisting families enroll into Medicaid and Child Health Plus and has since made healthcare more accessible for tens of thousands of Latino families. HF’s role expanded under the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or Obamacare). Currently, Hispanic Federation and four member agencies help New York families and small bu...
2. The AIDS epidemic in the United States disproportionately affects Latinos, with Latinos accounting for a quarter of all newly-diagnosed cases of the disease. More troubling is the fact that less than half of all Latinos living with HIV have access to medicines that can keep them alive. For two decades now, the Hispanic Federation has been working to arrest the impact of this disease on the Latino community. In 1996, we created Latinos Unidos Contra El SIDA (LUCES), an HIV/AIDS education and a...
3. HF is conducting outreach and education support to underserved English and Spanish Speaking survivors affected by the 9/11 terrorist attacks in NYC. Survivors include persons that worked, lived, or attended school, child care, or adult day care in the NYC disaster area, who were adversely affected by the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in NYC. As many as 400,000 people are estimated to be affected, including those who lived, worked, or were present within a mile and a half of Ground Zer...

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Seattle, WA Free Clinics Free Health Clinics

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Free & Income Based Clinics in Seattle, WA. We have located 53 free and income based clinics in or around Seattle, Washington. We listed all of the free, income based health clinics, public health department clinics, community health centers that we have located in Seattle, WA.

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Become a Member Free Newsletters and minority-owned and are predominant professions for Latino communities involving landscape, tree care and …

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Hispanic/Latino The Office of Minority Health

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In 2019, 18.7 percent of the Hispanic population was not covered by health insurance, as compared to 6.3 percent of the non-Hispanic white population. Health: According to Census Bureau projections, the 2020 life expectancies at birth for Hispanics are 82.1 years, with 84.2 years for women, and 79.9 years for men. For non-Hispanic whites the

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Latino Behavioral Health Services – Latino Behavioral

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Latino Behavioral Health Services. LBHS is a nonprofit, grassroots organization created to minimize the disparities in access to mental health services among the underserved Latino population of Utah. As a peer run organization, Latino Behavioral Health Services exists to enhance the mental health awareness and well-being of people with mental

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Hispanic & Latino Resources Columbus OH

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OSU Free Clinics. Patients are seen at the Rardin Family Practice Center. Services are provided for those who have no health insurance and have a low to moderate income. Call for more details. Latino Free Clinic (La Clínica Latina): Free health care for Spanish-speaking patients …

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Top 10 Countries With Free Healthcare For Everyone

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This list comprise of the top 10 countries with free healthcare for all it’s indegenes and also for international students.. This is to say, these countries offer medical services all for free to ensure the good health of everyone. They are well listed on wikipedia alongside other countries for profiding free healthcare to their.

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Paso a Paso: Free health education supporting our Latino

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The Paso a Paso (Step by Step) program is one of an ever-growing list of programs Providence is bringing to the many communities we live and work in. The program offers free health education and assistance to the Latino community that’s served by St. Joseph and Redwood Memorial Hospitals. Paso a Paso’s expert, bilingual staff provides:

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NALHE National Association of Latino Healthcare

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NALHE (National Association of Latino Healthcare Executives) and the executive search firm WittKieffer announce that they have reached an agreement to partner on mutually beneficial activities through 2021 and beyond. Founded in 1969, WittKieffer is the most highly regarded executive search firm in the healthcare industry.

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Narrowing the Health Care Gap for Latinos, One Visit at a

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The Charlottesville area’s Latino community was in need of affordable, sustained health care. UVA students, looking to sharpen their health care skills, were yearning to serve. Thus was born the Latino Health Initiative, a program that pairs the two in a mutually beneficial relationship.

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Health and Health Care for Hispanics in the United States

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This infographic provides data on the current status of health and health care for Hispanics, including measures of their health coverage, health access and use, and health outcomes.

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Access to and Quality of Health Care Hispanics and the

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The health of a population is influenced by both its social and its economic circumstances and the health care services it receives. As discussed in other chapters of this report, on average the socioeconomic status of Hispanics in the United States is considerably lower than that of non-Hispanic whites. Hispanics also face a variety of barriers to receiving health care services of high quality.

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Latino Network

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Our Values. Self-Determination: The empowerment, leadership development, and active engagement of Latinos in the decisions that affect their lives. Social Justice: The organization and integration of Latino communities as a catalyst for equity and social change. Culture: The continued connection to our rich histories, languages, and diversity.

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Access to health care for uninsured Latina immigrants in

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1. The Barriers and Facilitators to Health Care theme contained the following codes: Barriers, Community Positives and Negatives, and Cost of Health Care. While the study participants described different strategies for accessing care, the primary barriers included the high cost of services, especially for emergency room care, lack of health insurance, family and work responsibilities, and language barriers. These were all more pressing concerns affecting access than other potential barriers mentioned such as transportation or discrimination in health care encounters. Facilitators to health care included access to interpretation services, social support from friends and faith leaders, and availability of low-cost prescriptions. Regarding financial barriers, one participant stated, “One can afford to pay for the doctor’s office visit to know what is wrong with you, but not for the treatment.” (ID #1, age 35–39, Honduras). Echoing these concerns, another woman explained that she could get...

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Health inequity: Data show Latino residents are uninsured

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Across the Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington metro area, 15.1 percent of Latino residents do not have health insurance, compared to just 3.5 percent of white residents.

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Health Care in Latin America Compared to the United States

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An expat in Mexico about to turn 60 explains why he and other expats prefer to get health care in Latin America than in the United States. As for my health care, available for free download.

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Building Our Understanding: Culture Insights

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Hispanic and Latino are used interchangeably, they do have different connotations. The Latino National Survey (2006) found that 35% of respondents preferred the term “Hispanic,” whereas 13.4% preferred the term “Latino.” More than 32% of respondents said either term was acceptable, and 18.1% indicated they did not care (Fraga et al., 2006).

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Resources for Latino Families in Southeast Michigan

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Latino Families in Southeast Michigan . Latino Resource Name and Details . Location . 2-1-1 Helpline Center You can call 2-1-1 for help with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more. It provides information and will refer you to other services for free, and is completely confidential. • Website: www.211search.org

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Middlesex County launches Latino Telehealth Pilot Program

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“Through the collaboration of local health care providers, community-based agencies, and the county itself; the Latino Telehealth Pilot Program will provide easy, convenient, and efficient

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Georgia Free Clinics

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Free Clinics in Georgia. We are the largest online directory of free and affordable health clinics. Most clinics listed in our database receive federal grants, state subsidies, or are owned and operated by non-profit organizations and provide services that are either free or at a reduced rate.

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Madison Latino Health Fair to offer free screenings and

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Saturday’s health fair will offer free screenings and community workshops on health, wellness and chronic disease. Dr. Patricia Téllez-Girón, also co-chair for the Latino Health Council, said the day will give Latinos the tools to prevent chronic disease, or manage existing diseases.

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Families & Individuals La Familia Counseling Center

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Language – English, Spanish. La Familia provides Mental Health counseling services for children and youth ages 0 to 21 and their families. Family-driven mental health services are provided through home visitation, at school sites, at La Familia’s Maple Neighborhood Center, …

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Latino Lubbock Talks Women’s Health day Free Clinic – KLBK

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Latino Lubbock Talks Women's Health day Free Clinic. Latino Lubbock Talks Women's Health day Free Clinic Video. Southcrest Baptist Church hosts live Legacy Grandparenting Summit Simulcast Video

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Latinx/Latino/a Community Free Covid19 Test Event

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503-703-2995Latinx/Latino/a Community Free Covid-19 Test Event. For the love of your family and a healthy community please get tested! You can also register by calling Misty Silva at Latino Network at 503-703-2995 or Anakaren Gutierrez at Oregon Latino Health Coalition at 971-732-2124 Oregon Health Plan enrollment available. In Partnership with

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DIABETES AND FOOD CHOICES IN THE LATINO COMMUNITY

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sugar levels.9 Let your healthcare team know of any medications you may be taking. Eating Right With Type 2 Diabetes Many Latino dishes feature staple foods that are high in carbohydrates. Your healthcare team may advise you to cut back as carbohydrates may impact your blood sugar.10 Often the most popular comfort

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See 11 Hispanic and Latino Organizations You Should Know

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6. Latino Public Broadcasting. Latino Public Broadcasting was established in 1998 and provides a voice to the diverse Latino community on public media throughout the United States. They are “the leader of the development, production, acquisition and distribution of non-commercial educational and cultural media that is representative of Latino

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Common Ground Health Clinic Home

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The Common Ground Health Clinic started on September 9 , 2005 just days after hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast. Due to the humanitarian disaster and apparent lack of governmental response, two community activists, Sharon Johnson and Malik Rahim put out a call for healthcare workers to help meet the overwhelming need.

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Cultural and Health Literacy Assessment of the Hispanic

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Background: Barriers to effective communication, such as low health literacy, language, and cultural differences, play a role in the health disparities that affect the Hispanic/Latino population. These barriers have generally been considered in isolation; interventions designed to

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Fact Sheet arch 2017 Access to Healthcare for Latinos in

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provide information about health care services and health promotion strategies to Latino populations. • Promote collaboration between state and local government, universities, community colleges, hospitals, clinics and community-based organizations to create awareness around Latino's limited access to health

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Latinx/Hispanic Communities and Mental Health Mental

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Despite this, according to SAMHSA’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health, overall mental health issues are on the rise for Latinx/Hispanic people between the ages of 12-49. [7] Serious mental illness (SMI) rose from 4 percent to 6.4 percent in Latinx/Hispanic people ages 18-25, and from 2.2 percent to 3.9 percent in the 26-49 age range

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Orange County COVID19 Equity Initiatives Novel

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1. To ensure equitable access to testing services, free COVID-19 testingis available throughout Orange County including individuals with no health insurance. COVID-19 testing locations and pop-up sites are available in areas with highest positivity rates (positive test cases as a percent of total tests).

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Health Care Use Among Undocumented Latino Immigrants

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ABSTRACT: Using data from a 1996/1997 survey of undocumented Latino immigrants in four sites, we examine reasons for coming to the United States, use of health care services, and participation in g

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Healthcare Free FullText How Neighborhood Effects

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This study examines what neighborhood conditions experienced at age 15 and after are associated with teen childbearing and fathering among Latino and African American youth and whether these neighborhood effects vary by gender and/or ethnicity. Administrative and survey data from a natural experiment are used for a sample of 517 Latino and African American youth whose families were …

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Norfolk Health Department Offers Free COVID19 Vaccines

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Norfolk Health Department Offers Free COVID-19 Vaccines During Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month Event on October 2 NORFOLK, Va. – In celebration of Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month, the Norfolk Department of Public Health is offering free COVID-19 Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines on Saturday, Oct. 2 from 12 – 2 p.m. at Oceanview

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Spanish Courses Language Center

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Second quarter of three-quarter series.Goal is a practical and culturally appropriate command of spoken Spanish. Emphasis is on performing a physical examination. Topics include anatomy, general hospital procedures, reproductive health, emergency medicine, and essential doctor-patient phrases when dealing with Spanish-speaking patients.

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Overcoming Barriers to Health Care Access in Rural Latino

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Introduction. Latino farmworkers lack access to basic needs, including health care services. These farmworkers face barriers common to rural areas (eg, limited health services and public transportation), as well as language barriers, an unfamiliar medical system, no health insurance, and income-based financial challenges exacerbated by a lack of workers’ rights.

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HEALTH DISPARITIES Cigna

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Engagement with Health Care Professionals,” which helped raise awareness of the particular health care needs of the Hispanic and Latino population. › Established the Hispanic/Latino Colleague Resource Group (CRG) that supports, empowers and celebrates Hispanic diversity, while connecting to the communities in which we serve.

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Mental Health Issues Facing the HispanicLatino Community

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1. The Hispanic community in the U.S. encompasses a wide variety of ethnic groups, hailing from Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Spain, and Latin America. From a historic perspective, people of Mexican descent (and Native Americans) were the first to settle in what is now the United States. For centuries, the Hispanic population grew exponentially as groups from other Spanish-speaking countries immigrated to America. These changes, coupled with the number of U.S.-born children of immigrant parents, account fortoday’s population of 60.6 millionand also explains why Hispanics are the fastest-growing ethnic group in the country. Today, an estimated 45 percent of the Hispanic population is foreign-born while 31 percent are second-generation, U.S.-born. Consequently, many of the mental health issues facing the Hispanic/Latino community derive from the challenges foreign-born Latinos face versus the challenges U.S.-born Latinos face.

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State Health Department Recognizes National Latino AIDS

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10.15.12CHICAGO – In the United States, about 1 in 5 Latinos who are HIV positive do not know it because more than half haven’t been tested. On National Latino AIDS Awareness Day, observed every October 15, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is encouraging the use of statewide resources to get tested for HIV, and is promoting education and awareness about HIV/AIDS in Latino

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Glutenfree latino Home Facebook

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Gluten-free latino. 100 likes. Por motivos desconocidos y conocidos, uno llega a ser autodidacta de temas, ese fue mi caso. El estilo de vida libre de gluten es una de mis pasiones.

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Latino Health Coordinator Job Crescent City California USA

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Title Latino Health Coordinator EOE Statement<br><br>We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. Position Latino Health Coordinator Req Number ENA-21-00017 Full …

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does Latino health access help the community?

Latino Health Access partners with communities to bring health, equity and sustainable change through education, services, consciousness-raising and civic participation.

How to make a difference in Latino Health?

Get Involved and Make a Difference! Call us if you need help scheduling a COVID-19 test, need medical or mental health services, assistance with food or rent, a place to isolate or quarantine, or have COVID-19 related questions. We can help you! Call us!

Are there any health insurance programs for Hispanics?

Public health insurance programs for low-income people, such as Medicaid and the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), provide health insurance coverage to many low-income Hispanics. Nonetheless, these programs are not sufficient to close the health insurance gap between Hispanics and non-Hispanic whites.

What does the Latino health awareness initiative do?

The Latino Health Awareness Initiative focuses on diabetes education to impact diabetes related health outcomes in the Latino community.

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