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Remarks by NCLR President on Health Care for Legal Immigrant Chldren
Press Conference of Civil Rights Leaders on the Reauthorization of the State Children s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP)
NCLR Conference 2009
NCLR celebrates Latino advancements each year at the NCLR Annual Conference. Inspired by the energy of the past year, the 2009 NCLR Annual Conference promises to be exciting, meaningful, and one of the most insightful ...
NCLR Food Stamp Priorities in the 2007 Farm Bill
According to the most recent data, nearly one in five (19.6%) Latinos experience food insecurity, or the inability to ensure an affordable and nutritious diet.
In 2005, more than 3.2 million Latino children did not have access to health coverage for the entire year, representing nearly two-fifths (38.8%) of the uninsured children in the U.S.
“Community Health Workers Act of 2007” (Español)
El ￼ Community Health Workers Act of 2007 (CHWA, por sus siglas en inglés) (S. 586), fue presentada por el Senador Jeff Bingaman (D-NM), dirigido al trabajo de trabajadores comunitarios que educan sobre temas de salud
Luz Social Services, Inc.
In Tucson’s Southside community, Latinos make up 80 percent of the popula- tion and 42 percent of Southside families live in poverty.
LSVF: Health Services - Request for Proposal
Many Latinos in the U.S. lack quality medical care are under-insured or not insured at all. The National Association of Community Health Centers reported that in 2004, 28% of all Latino adults did not have a regular source ...
Executive Summary of Redefining HIV/AIDS for Latinos
Within the context of the changing demographics of HIV/AIDS among Latinos and an evolving national strategy to address the disease, the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) conducted an extensive qualitative needs assessment ...
“Community Health Workers Act”
The ￼ Community Health Workers Act of 2007 ￼ (CHWA) (S. 586, H.R. 1968), introduced by Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) and Representative Hilda Solis (D-CA), addresses the work of community health workers, also known by many ...