Training and technical assistance

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Esperanza United and Mujeres Latinas en Acción are pleased to share the new deadline and application link (housed on the Coalition Manager website) for the Hispanic and Latin@ culturally specific DV or SA services grant: Applications are now due December 16, 2022.    As you may remember, we are awarding nearly $12 million […]

In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month we are highlighting the voices of Latino men in the movement to end gender-based violence, sharing how they came to the movement, what it means to be a Latino male-identifying person to end gender-based violence, and their approach to engage other Latino male-identifying folks […]

Register Now: Informative Sessions on Funding Application Process Esperanza United, along with our national partner, Mujeres Latinas en Acción, is pleased to announce a multi-year funding opportunity: we are awarding over $ 10 million to approximately 30 grantees over the coming years! Eligible organizations include Hispanic and Latin@ community-based, culturally specific […]

Our new “Enhancing Court Access” toolkit provides resources for judges, court administrators, advocates, and law enforcement professionals striving to make systems more accessible for survivors with intersectional identities or individuals with limited English proficiency (LEP).  Domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking are underreported crimes that require specific attention in […]

In celebration of Pride month, we invite you to listen to the second installment of our series lifting the voices of LGBTQ Latin@ leaders. In this conversation, our Senior Manager of Community & Capacity Building, Jose Juan Lara Jr. speaks with Texas Association Against Sexual Assault’s Program Director and Campus Sexual […]

Meet Pamela Mercado Michelli, Project Coordinator  Where are you from?  I am originally from Isabela, Puerto Rico and have been living in Minnesota for the last 6 years. Where do you feel most at home?  I feel most at home when I am with my daughter wherever that is but, specifically […]

Meet Pedro A. Reyna, Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator  Where are you from?  Brownsville, TX  Where do you feel most at home?  I am never more at home than when I can sit and hug those close to me and my dogs.  What inspires you, professionally and personally? I would say […]

We are proud to take part in the creation of this toolkit which provides recommendations to advance the economic justice of survivors. This toolkit was created by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV)’s Economic Justice and Domestic Violence Advisory Council, which includes Esperanza United, the Asian Pacific Institute on […]

Meet Cynthia J. Zapata, Project Manager (they/them/she) Where are you from?  I was raised in Minnesota in the south metro and have lived in the Twin Cities for the last 6 years. Where do you feel most at home?  I feel most at home by a river or a lake. I […]

Meet Damary Rodriguez, Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator  Where are you from?  I’m originally from New York (Brooklyn) but live in Pennsylvania now. Where do you feel most at home? By the water whether it’s a beach, lake, pool, or river! What inspires you, professionally and personally? Helping survivors heal and […]