NEWS & EVENTS

Welcome to the new website for Apoyo Latino: The Greater Cincinnati Latino Coalition!
We are excited for this website to be used as a resource for agencies that serve Hispanics/Latinos in the Greater Cincinnati area. The website functions in both Spanish and English. We hope that community members will also use the website to find resources themselves. Individual resource pages and agency listings will be updated regularly. If you notice that your agency is not represented or information needs to be updated, please contact us.

Check the News and Events page for regular posting of the events and announcements made at our monthly meetings. Click on each event for more inormation.

 

NEWS:

We Have Rights Animated Videos

An empowerment campaign to prepare for and safely defend our rights during encounters with Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Understanding Asylum in the United States

CLASSES AND GROUPS:

Strengthening Women
Santa Maria Community Services
3214 Warsaw Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45205
Tuesdays 9:30-11:30am in September and October
Classes to improve self esteem. There will be coffee, bread, raffles, and childcare.

Santa Maria: Free ESL Classes
Roberts Academy, 1702 Grand Ave.
Tuesday and Thursdays 6-8pm starting in September
For adults 18+. Free Childcare Ages 3-11
Limited space.
Phone Number: (513) 235 3426
To Register or for more information
Gretchen.Semanick@Santamaria-Cincy.org

Madres:
Su Casa Hispanic Center
Certain Saturdays Jan-May 11:00am-1:00pm
Phone Number:
(513) 672-3783

Tenant Education
Santa Maria Community Services
The 3rd Saturday bimonthly 9:45am-3:00pm
Phone Number: Beatriz (513) 224-5062, Molly (513) 978-2025

Stable Families
Santa Maria Community Services
Building Strong Families: Keeping families in their homes and children in schools.
Phone Number: Molly (513) 978-2025

ESL classes at the Sharonville Library
10980 Thornview Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45241
Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. and Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. – all levels welcome to practice and improve English speaking skills.
Phone Number: (513) 369-6049 for more information.  No registration required.

ESL classes at The Healing Center
11345 Century Circle W. Springdale, OH 45246
Wednesdays from 10-11:30 am., Thursdays from 7-8:30 pm, Saturdays from 10-11:30 am.
Phone Number: (513) 346-4080

 

 

EVENTS:

Free Produce Pop Up
Heritage Hill Elementary School
11961 Chesterdate Road. Springdale, OH 45246
Friday, March 15th 10:00-11:00 AM

MARCC ID card event
Latino Ministry Center, Forest Park
11381 Hanover Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45240
Saturday, March 16th. 
People seeking the ID must attend a 12:00 PM or 2:00 PM orientation.
Bring forms of ID, including 1) something with your photograph, such as a passport, an expired driver’s license, etc. 2) Proof of residence in Cincinnati, such as a utility bill, rental contract, clinic or school correspondence. $15 cash.

Su Casa Hispanic Center Extention
On the dates listed, limited services are offered in the following locations: San Carlos Church, Middletown, The Willows Apartments, and Westmont Apartments- Price Hill.
Phone Number: (513) 672-3783

Santa Maria Tenant Education
3214 Warsaw Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45205
Phone Number: (513) 978-2025 Molly Swaidan
Satruday, March 16th
10:00-12:00 pm: Tenant Education
12:00-1:00 pm: How to Buy a House
Lunch Included

Lincoln Heights Dental Center: Oral Health Exam Day
1401 Steffen Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45215
Phone Number: (513) 483-3087
Tuesday, March 26th 
Kids ages 1-7

EMPLOYMENT:

Bilingual Family Educator- Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)
YWCA Cincinnati

Advocacy Counsel – Bail Reform
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Cleveland, OH
The American Civil Liberties Union has an attorney position open in Cleveland, focused on advocacy and research in our work to reform the bail system in Ohio. It’s an exciting position where a young lawyer could make a major impact on Ohio.