Training and technical assistance

Nearly $12 mil goes to Latin@ specific domestic or sexual assault services

Esperanza United, with support from Mujeres Latinas en Acción, Announces Nearly $12 Million in Historic Funds to go to Hispanic and Latin@ Culturally Specific Community-Based Organizations Providing Domestic or Sexual Assault Services  Esperanza United to distribute the funds, which come from the federal 2021 Family Violence Prevention & Services Act (FVPSA) and […]

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April is National Minority Health Month

April is National Minority Health Month.With support from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Esperanza United strives to improve health outcomes for Latin@ patients and survivors of gender-based violence by providing training and technical assistance (TTA)  and uplifting positive and innovative work within our community.  Our work increases the […]

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Why counting AfroLatin@s matters

On April 5, Esperanza United hosted a discussion about recognizing the importance of race in our community, “Why Counting AfroLatin@s Matters,” convening community leaders and academics who have dedicated their activism, careers and research to racial justice and the inclusion of Blackness in the Latin@ community. As a national Latin@ organization […]

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Community care tool: Advocacy for Latin@ survivors of IPV in health systems

Community providers have been integral to individuals’ health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. Latin@ individuals face unique situations when reporting intimate partner violence (IPV) and navigating healthcare systems due disparities in language access and identification in healthcare systems (Robinson et al., 2021). Community providers are bridges to increasing access to […]

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Register for ¡Adelante! Introducing “Community Connections: Working in Rural Communities”

¡Adelante! A celebration of 40 years of Latin@-led advocacy starts next week! In honor of Esperanza United’s 40th anniversary we’re  bringing together hundreds of Latin@ advocates to celebrate, heal, grow, and learn in this virtual series.  We’re happy to present, “Community Connections: Working in Rural Communities” featuring María Limón, an independent […]

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Register for ¡Adelante!: “Economic Empowerment of Latin@s” and “How to Survive the Nonprofit Sector as Latin@/POC Executive”

Register now for ¡Adelante! A celebration of 40 years of Latin@-led advocacy. From February 15-17, 2023, this free, virtual series brings together hundreds of Latin@ advocates to celebrate, heal, grow, and learn. Interpretation is available in each session of this virtual series. As part of the event, we’re excited to present […]

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Register for ¡Adelante!: “Polyvictimization as a Risk Factor” and “The Power of Our Story”

Register now for ¡Adelante! A celebration of 40 years of Latin@-led advocacy. From February 15-17, 2023, this free, virtual series brings together hundreds of Latin@ advocates to celebrate, heal, grow, and learn. As part of the event, we’re excited to present “Polyvictimization as a Risk Factor for Commercial Sexual Exploitation/Human Trafficking,” featuring […]

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Fact sheet: Final rule on public charge

This fact sheet is intended for immigrant communities, advocates, survivors, and allies. This should help clarify the confusion caused by recent changes to programs associated with public charges. We are providing this fact sheet because Esperanza United believes it is critical that individuals have access to accurate information on what services […]

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