El Grupo de Apoyo Latino [Spanish]
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The Latino Programs Individual Services convey HIV health and sexual risk reduction practices to non-acculturated and monolingual Spanish speakers regardless of their immigration status and who have difficult time navigating the labyrinthine systems of HIV care and prevention.
Drop-in hours for new participants are 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Group sessions are provided daily, and organized in two cycles during the year: The first cycle is from March to June and the second cycle is from September to December. Groups are designed to assist in the learning process of individuals who wish to become healthier in the spectrum of HIV health and migrants and immigrant communities. Friends and supportive allies are also welcome to join the group sessions.
El Grupo de Apoyo Latino
Our support group, El Grupo, has been a stable source of family and community for Latinos, Latinas and their families since 1987. Join us for information about sexual health and harm reduction, meals and social support, and help finding health and social services
Latino Programs offers HIV health promoting trainings for community members who wish to become Promotores de Salud or Peer Health Educators. These trainings are organized several times a year and delivered in Spanish.
Latino Programs is one of the co-founders and organizers of the Health Pavilions at San Francisco Carnaval, Gay Pride, Folsom Street Fair, and the Día de Los Muertos Fair. Community members or community-based organizations interested in planning, participating in, or providing services at these events can email us at email@example.com.
Community Meetings and Activations
Latino Programs community advisory board meets weekly to provide input to our service delivery. Our events are successful because we engage community members to identify outreach opportunities that align with existing cultural ecology. In addition, Latino Programs co-leads meetings to organize and implement health promotion events with a process from and for the community that centers Latin immigrant and migrant communities culturally and linguistically.
Community Cultural Events
Latino Programs, in partnership with community members and community based organizations host Latin cultural events during the year.