Understanding the Diverse Identities of Hispanic and Latino Populations

The H/LBHCoE has teamed up with the Pew Hispanic Research Center to conduct a virtual training on the diversity and behavioral health needs of Latinos in the US. Presenters will discuss how different groups within Hispanic and Latine communities may self-identify, pertinent socio-demographic factors to their mental health, and associated processes such as acculturation and assimilation. Recommended person-centered assessment questions and approaches when working Hispanic and Latine individuals will also be discussed.

Entre colegas... Dialogues between Behavioral Health Providers of Latines

Entre colegas... Dialogues between Behavioral Health Providers of Latines 50 spaces available.  Do you provide behavioral health services to Latine populations as part of a community-based organization? Participating in these dialogues gives you the opportunity to listen, converse, and learn more about effective and culturally informed practices with Latine populations. Along with colleagues and a […]

Introduction to the National Enhanced CLAS Standards: Understanding Disparities and Building Health Equity (Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services)

This training will explore the development of disparities in the US and their impacts on marginalized and racialized communities. Utilizing a social justice framework the  participants will learn about building health equity, cultural humility, and community engagement. This training will center the Enhanced CLAS Standards, Cultural  Self-Assessments and other tools designed to improve services and eliminate health disparities.   Registration will be available […]