This page aims to amplify Latino voices by providing current, accurate and culturally appropriate resources.
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Social and Family Support
Latinx-led organization providing services related to worker's rights, immigration, preventive health, community organizing and more.
Well regarded for their services in health, education, and immigration for the Latino community.
Grants available for organizations doing outreach to Latinos; a perusal of their awardees gives an overview of programs within Summit County with Latin-oriented programming.
Provides services for Mexican nationals in everything from the arts to immigration.
LBHS is a nonprofit, grassroots organization created to minimize the disparities in access to mental health services among the under served Latino population of Utah.
Provides affordable therapy, case management and advocacy to Latino communities.
UNP builds university-community partnerships focused on resident-identified issues and opportunities. We are proactive in bringing to that table voices that have historically been unheard in the decision-making that affects these communities.
This program provides immigrants and refugee parents with the education to become successful advocates and champions of their children.
Centro works with all kinds families in Utah, Nevada, and Colorado, many in rural and difficult situations, to help them access resources that will vastly improve outcomes for their children.
Our mission is to connect families with resources and advocate for greater impact through education, collaboration, and involvement of the Latino
Promise South Salt Lake is a network of 13 community centers located throughout our city that offer programs at no cost. We put a specific emphasis on our youngest residents, providing a city-wide system of after school that ensures our youth receive the same high-quality services across all of our programs year-round.
The Suazo Business Center is a business resource committed to the development and empowerment of the Latino/Hispanic and other under served communities. We provide assistance to help existing and potential minority entrepreneurs succeed and build wealth.
Offer patients of all ages and backgrounds comprehensive primary healthcare services and dentistry. Historically, we've organized Latino health fairs.
This directory allows people to search for the BIPOC and/or LGBTQ+ organizations serving the community.
United Way is engaged in nearly 1,800 communities across more than 40 countries and territories worldwide. We are focused on creating community-based and community-led solutions that strengthen the cornerstones for a good quality of life: education, financial stability and health.
For Undocumented Students
Center for Diversity and Inclusion
Center for Inclusion and Belonging
Latino Initiative Program
LUChA, LatinX United for Change and Activism
Raices Unidas, Student Diversity and Inclusion Center
Latinx Cultural Center
Diversity and Inclusion
Chicano/a Scholarship Fund
Association of Latino Professionals in America
Center for Latin American Studies
Diversity and Inclusion Programs
Center for Multicultural Excellence
The Mestizo Arts & Activism Collective is an intergenerational social justice think tank in SLC, including yearly cohort of high schoolers, college students, and community leaders.
Latinos In Action (LIA) offers an asset based approach to bridging the graduation and opportunity gap for Latino students, working from within the educational system to create positive change.
Upward Bound is a college preparation program for high school students who come from low-income households, are potential first generation college students, or have a disability. We help students succeed in high school and prepare for college to set them up for a successful future.
The Multicultural Youth Leadership Summit is an annual event for 7th, 8th, and 9th grade students and educators. This engaging and dynamic program aims to motivate students to pursue higher education and become leaders of Utah.
The Multicultural Youth Leadership Day is a half-day event for 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students and educators to engage in community advocacy and leadership.
The Clemente Course in the Humanities is a Utah Humanities program offered in partnership with the University of Utah Honors College, the Honors College at Westminster College, Salt Lake Community College, University of Utah College of Humanities, West High School, and East High School to provide college level study of the humanities for high school students who would be first generation college applicants.
AVID—Advancement Via Individual Determination— fosters a safe and open culture, high expectations for teachers and students, and collaboration in all classrooms.