Welcome to the Apoyo Latino: The Greater Cincinnati Latino Coalition website. We are delighted that you are here. In our website, you will find updated resources for the Latino/Hispanic Community in the Greater Cincinnati area, as well as events and important information. Our focus is on social services, health, education and immigration issues. We hope that you investigate and utilize the various resources that are presented here. Let us know what we can do to help connect you to the right services.
The mission of Apoyo Latino: The Greater Cincinnati Latino Coalition is to collaborate effectively as a network of agencies, professionals, advocates and community leaders to improve access to culturally competent services for Hispanics/ Latinos in the Greater Cincinnati area.
Ligia Gomez (chair)
Shaina Rose Horner
Our Monthly Meeting
Apoyo Latino: GCLC meets monthly, on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 2:00 to 3:30 pm. There will be no meeting in July and the last meeting of the year will be on the second Tuesday in December.
UPDATE: Please note that due to COVID-19 we are meeting virtually. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the email list for meeting notifications.
Should I come to a meeting?
If you or your agency serve the Hispanic community in any capacity, or if you are interested in issues related to this population, together, we can learn and share information to better serve our Latino/Hispanic families. You can also benefit from the connections made at Apoyo Latino.
A typical meeting consists of one or two spotlight presenters, who discuss either the services offered by their agency or an issue affecting the community. Following the presentations, we always leave time for networking and announcements.
Community Action Agency
1740 Langdon Farm Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45237
Apoyo Latino is a 501c3 non-profit. Donations to support our mission are very much appreciated.
Thanks to the following organizations for their contributions:
- Interact For Health
- Faith Community Alliance
- Community Action Agency
- Latino Health Summit at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
- Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center