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    In-language services

  1. Fact-sheet: Latino Immigrant Well Being

    Like most immigrants, Latinos are often motivated to come to the US for new social, educational or economic opportunities. Still, the immigration process can be stressful and for some, traumatic, as immigrants leave behind significant family and social ties and sometimes endure difficult conditions during the journey. This fact sheet...
  2. Factsheet: Intimate Partner Violence in Hispanic and Latino population

    The National Hispanic and Latino Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) has released its latest factsheet entitled: Intimate partner violence in Hispanic and Latino population. The fact sheet is in English and Spanish. Intimate partner violence (IPV) poses a significant risk to the physical health; it is associated with increased mortality, injury...
  3. Covering Health Issues: A Sourcebook for Journalists Now Available in Spanish

    The latest edition of the “Covering Health Issues: A Sourcebook for Journalists,” is now available online, in Spanish. The Sourcebook has the latest information and data on pressing health care topics such as insurance marketplaces, Medicaid expansions, delivery system reforms, mental health and health care costs. It also includes the names...
  4. Wellness for Asian Pacific American Project

    NNEDLearn 2013 Participant: Asian Counseling and Referral Services (ACRS) Description: WAPA (Wellness for Asian Pacific American Project) is a person-centered, collaborative, culturally competent, community-based care system of primary health services, wellness education and activities for underserved, at-risk, limited English proficient (LEP) Asian Pacific American immigrants and refugees with a serious mental...
  5. Health and Wellness Integrated Services and Education Program

    NNEDLearn 2013 Participant: Asian Pacific Family Center Description: The Health WISE program is an innovative community program that offers recovery-oriented, strength-based, and family-focused integrated care to Chinese immigrant consumers with mental illness and physical concerns and/ or substance abuse issues. A multidisciplinary team of counselors, primary care physicians, psychiatrists, case...
  6. Training Promotores de Salud in HIV Prevention in Rural Latino Communities: A Train-the-Trainer Curriculum

    This resource is a comprehensive Spanish-language curriculum for individuals interested in training promotores de salud in HIV prevention. The curriculum is based on popular education techniques, and is culturally competent and linguistically sensitive. Population of focus: Rural Latino Communities Link to resource: Training Promotores de Salud in HIV Prevention in Rural Latino...