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Rockwood Location

Latino Network’s CHI program will be operating from a new location out in Rockwood. If you have any questions regarding the location or services please contact Alice Perry at alice@latnet.org Latino Network Rockwood 18901 E. Burnside St. Gresham,OR 97233    

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Programs

The Latino Network’s Programs Focus on Six Key Areas: Civic Engagement and Leadership, Early Childhood Development, Parent Involvement Resources, Youth and Family Engagement, Unidos for Oregon and Translation Services The Academy has 45 Latino alumni working for the betterment of our community.

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Unid@s, Cohort III Selection

  Dear Lideres and Community Members, We are excited about selecting Cohort III for our Unid@s For Oregon program, and are still accepting nominations. If you know engaged Latino leaders throughout Oregon who meet the qualifications and should be nominated to be a part of the UNID@S class of 2014-15, please send us your nominations by August 8, 2014, and ask your nominees to save the dates below.  For more details and nomination forms click link below. About Unid@s for Oregon: […]

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Latino Network prepares for annual gala Noche Bella, Spanish for Beautiful Night, is Latino Network’s annual fundraising gala. The evening brings together leaders from all sectors and community members to celebrate the Oregon Latino community with food, music, and dancing! This year’s Noche Bella will feature a live and silent auction, live music from staff member and renowned mariachi musician Edna Vazquez and local band Dina y los Rumbos. Mayahuel Catering (who also run the restaurant and food truck Tamale […]

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Latino Network youth, staff, and board members have opportunity to learn, network, and grow with Latino leaders from across the country Many inspiring leaders spoke during the four-day National Council of La Raza (NCLR) annual conference July 11-15. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro may have summed it up best: “Our nation is richer when everyone has a chance to prosper. When the Latino community succeeds, our entire nation succeeds.” National Council of La Raza is the […]

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Multnomah County Health Department funded by federal agency for $6.25 million Latino Network is pleased to announce that we are part of a collaborative to spend the next five years implementing a campaign to prevent unintended teenage pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. The Office of Adolescent Health in the US Department of Health and Human Services funded the Multnomah County collaborative for five years, for a total of $6.25 million.  The collaborative is led by Multnomah County Health Department and […]

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