The Behavioral Health Department is designed to assist adults with a range of mental health and substance use disorders. We provide clinic-based, telehealth, and online services aimed at preventing more intensive care.
The Behavioral Health Department also oversees services that target those living with HIV/AIDS.
The Community Nutrition Department offers programs and services designed to improve healthy lifestyles including nutrition and physical activities across the life course in socioeconomically vulnerable communities.
The Parent and Family Learning department fosters the cycle of learning throughout a family’s lifespan.
Programs in the Parent and Family department provide a continuum of support to guide families collaboratively through pregnancy and the postpartum period and continue through childhood and adolescence.
One of the Hispanic Health Council’s core pillars is system and policy advocacy, conducted to impact the many barriers to health experienced by diverse communities at the causal level. We conduct system and policy advocacy to assure that conditions are in place for all people to achieve their highest level of health.
Research has been a core pillar for the Hispanic Health Council’s pursuit of its mission since its inception. The Hispanic Health Council was founded with a vision of addressing barriers to health care and positive health status by improving polices and systems that impact health, access to health care and social well-being.
The Cross Cultural & Diversity Inclusiveness (CC&DI) training program is an essential service of the Hispanic Health Council. The goal of CC&DI is to establish the foundation of knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed for institutions, organizations, and individuals to interact effectively with clients of diverse backgrounds.
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Hartford, CT 06106