• American Cancer Society - Supports cancer prevention; provides information and services.
  • ASPIRA - ASPIRA of Delaware, Inc. is a nonprofit organization devoted solely to the education and leadership development of Latino youth.
  • Advancement through Pardons and Expungements (APEX) - This program is dedicated to opening opportunities to individuals with criminal histories by helping them through the pardon or expungement process.
  • Boys and Girls Clubs - The Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware is part of a nationwide movement whose mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.
  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) - CHCI's mission is to develop the next generation of Latino leaders by promoting higher education, providing unmatched career development experience, and award-winning leadership development curriculum.
  • Connections - This group provides a comprehensive array of healthcare, housing, and employment opportunities that help individuals and families achieve their own goals and enhance our communities.
  • Choose Health Delaware - Choose Health Delaware is the free Official State Program to help persons understand health insurance reform and the Health Insurance Marketplace.
  • Centro Cultural - El Centro Cultural organizes the annual Hispanic festival in southern Delaware.
  • Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Inc. - The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Inc. (DBCC) began in 1991 as a small group of community volunteers, led by Maureen Lauterbach, who were committed to decreasing the mortality rate of breast cancer in Delaware. In 1997, DBCC became a 501c(3) non-profit organization serving to raise awareness of breast health issues in Delaware through outreach, education and support to help facilitate early detection and treatment of breast cancer.
  • Delaware Helpline - 211 - The Delaware Helpline provides information about organizations and services.
  • Delaware Hispanic Yellow Pages - This on-line site provides telephone listings by town and category in Spanish or English.
  • Delmarva Rural Ministries, Inc. - This group provides a broad range of social services for individuals and families.
  • Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) - The Delaware State Housing Authority provides, and assist others to provide, quality, affordable housing opportunities and appropriate supportive services to low- and moderate-income Delawareans.
  • Delaware Alliance for Community Advancement - Their leading program is the Community Education and Training Development program, which currently includes the offering of tax counseling services, and financial literacy and computer proficiency courses. There is no charge for all services, and course offerings and technical assistance is provided to clientele by DACA staff.
  • Delaware Department of Labor - The Div. of Employment and Training has offices in all three counties. They assist their clients in finding a job or getting into a job training program.
  • El Tiempo Hispano - This is a Hispanic newspaper serving Delaware Hispanic community featuring news in both English and Spanish.
  • Delaware State University - This university is known for its entrepreneurship program.
  • Hispanic Scholarship Fund - Obtains donations and provides academic scholarships.
  • Food Bank of DE - Provides food to the needy families and school children. They have a culinary arts training program.
  • First State Community Action - First State Community Action Agency works with individuals and communities to overcome the challenges of unemployment, homelessness, substandard living conditions, and hunger.
  • Girls Inc. - They have a Latina Program. Their programs help girls with social issues, education and provides activities.
  • HOY en Delaware - A free Spanish newspaper that features and on-line edition.
  • Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity and New Castle County Habitat for Humanity - Habitat for Humanity has been building affordable housing for low income families since 1986.
  • La Esperanza - Founded in 1996 with the goal of providing assistance to the increasing number of Spanish-speaking immigrant workers arriving in Sussex County, La Esperanza has evolved into the only multi-service nonprofit organization in southern Delaware dedicated to providing support, advocacy, and services to assist in the assimilation and advancement of Hispanic communities.
  • La Red Health Center - La Red Health Center represents a network of quality health care for individuals and families. They are a leading provider of medical, dental and mental health services in Sussex County, Delaware.
  • La Exitosa - This is a Hispanic radio station here in Delaware.
  • Latin American Community Center - ACC works to empower members of the community to become contributing members of society. They do this through advocacy and by offering a continuum of care of programs and services to anyone that seeks their assistance.
    Continuum of care programs and services are offered in two strategic focus streams: Lifelong Learning and Life Empowerment. Lifelong Learning concentrates on the educational needs of the client families, from quality pre-school programs to adult education. Life Empowerment focuses on the immediate life needs families and individuals may be facing, from short term case management to a job placement, or learning English to be able to obtain better jobs and buy a house.
  • Mid Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce - This chamber of commerce helps its members grow through counseling and networking with other business partners. They provide educational programs as well as successful business techniques.
  • Maxima 900 - This is a Sussex County based radio station.
  • Ministry of Caring Inc. - The Ministry of Caring is a community-based nonprofit organization that provides a network of social, health and support services for the poor, including the homeless and working poor, in greater Wilmington. Services comprise case management emergency shelters, transitional and long-term residences, a residence for people with AIDS, dining rooms for the hungry, a job placement center, child care centers, an outreach center, medical and dental programs and a distribution center.
  • National Council of La Raza - The National Council of La Raza (NCLR)-the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States-works to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans. Through its network of nearly 300 affiliated community-based organizations, NCLR reaches millions of Hispanics each year in 41 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. To achieve its mission, NCLR conducts applied research, policy analysis, and advocacy, providing a Latino perspective in five key areas-assets/investments, civil rights/immigration, education, employment and economic status, and health.
  • Nemours Health & Prevention - Provides health services in Delaware.
  • Nanticoke Help Service - This organization is affiliated with Nanticoke Hospital. This group provides health care services as well as providing information and referrals regarding treatment.
  • Primeros Pasos - First Steps Primeros Pasos has developed a strong, multicultural, early learning program designed to prepare preschool children for their academic experience in elementary school. They are located in Georgetown.
  • Schwartz Center for the Arts - Schwartz Center for the Arts -Theater in Dover, Delaware.
  • Small Business Administration - Access Small Business Resource Delaware Guide containing a list of all resources on Counseling, Capital and Contracting.
  • St. Francis of Hope - This full-service Family Practice Center provides primary healthcare to medically under-served people in the Newark area, with a special focus on the needs of the Latino community. A majority of the staff is bilingual and all understand and respect cultural differences. In addition to medical care, the Center combines an intensive patient education program with each visit to help reduce acute illness and promote healthy lifestyles in an at-risk population.
  • University of Delaware Campus Alliance de La Raza - The Campus Alliance de La Raza (CALR) is part of a network of college student organizations that works closely with The National Council de La Raza (NCLR) to increase youth leadership and advance positive social change on University campuses, in Latino communities, and throughout the United States. The CALR rests on two important pillars: 1) advocacy in pursuit of the advancement of the Latino Agenda and 2) the intellectual and social development of its members.
  • University of Delaware Office of Latino and Latin American Heritage - The primary goals of the Office are to enhance the quality of life of Latino students at the University of Delaware and to raise the level of awareness of Latino culture and history. Throughout the academic year, the Office sponsors programs that focus on the historical, cultural, educational, political, and socio-economic concerns of Latinos on campus and in society at large. These programs include guest speakers, workshops, dance presentations, films, cultural excursions, and the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month beginning in September of each year.
  • West End Neighborhood House - Provides social services, activities, job training and education for the community.
  • Westside Health - Healthcare provider in New Castle and Kent Counties.
  • YWCA - An important part of this group is its Delaware Center for Women's Entrepreneurship which focuses on helping women start and grow their own business.
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