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Our Mission 
The Greater Cincinnati Latino Coalition's (GCLC) mission is to collaborate effectively as a network of agencies, professionals, advocates and community leaders to improve access to culturally competent services for the Hispanic/ Latinos in the Greater Cincinnati area.

President: Ligia Gomez

           Vice PresidentsYasmeen Khan and Shaina Horner

Secretary: Penny Young

TreasurerCarlos de Jesus

Monthly GCLC Meetings
The Greater Cincinnati Latino Coalition meets monthly, on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 2:00 to 3:30 pm. 

Should I come to a meeting?
If you or your agency serve the Hispanic community in any capacity, you can benefit from the connections made at GCLC.
A typical meeting consists of one or two spotlight presenters, who discuss either the services offered by their agency or an issue affecting the community.

Following the presentations, we always leave time for networking and announcements.


Community Action Agency
1740 Langdon Farm Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45237

Supported in part by Cincy-cinco

Thanks to Faith Community Alliance and Prepare The Future, for their contribution.

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Latino Coalition of Southwest Ohio's 3rd Annual Expo Latino on  September 21st, 2014 from 1:00 pm-5:00 pm at Vineyard Cincinnati, located at 11340 Century Circle East Springdale, Ohio 45246. The expo will consist of a DACA workshop where applicants can make an appointment to either Renew or Apply for the the first time for the DACA program.  Please call 513- 618-2005 to register. The participants have to only pay the legal fees. 

A health fair will also be included, Free Flue shots, blood sugar testing, mammography van (appointment required) and Free food.

Black and Latino Achievers Program- September 20, 2014:  Single class sessions are held from September to April on the first and third Saturday of each month. The program is free and offered to grades 7-12.  Class takes place from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.,at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.  The classes are designed to help prepare students for college. To view the schedule for 2014-2015, - See more at: Black and Latino Achievers Program

Interact for Health 

Walking the Talk Online Workshop offered on November 4th in Spanish and  November 6, 2014 in English at 9 am to 3 pm
Walking the Talk (Haciendo Lo Que Predicas) is a program offered to parents and community members on the usage and non-usage of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
Register online: Walking the Talk Registration  

Please check our calendar

FREE English and Spanish classes at Literacy Center West. Space is limited. For more information click here: Spanish / English

International Welcome Center - Coffee Hour
Every Tuesday from 10am - 11am. Check our calendar for each week's topics!

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