Partnerships & Opportunities

Our Sponsors

Our Partners

City of New London • New London Public Schools • Ledge Light Health District • Provatas & McNamara Law Firm • Pre-Clinical Safety Inc. Flanders Pediatrics • African American Health Council • New London Area Food Pantry

Bringing together community & support

The Hispanic Alliance has developed an extensive network of other organizations working in our community. We partner with like-minded organizations on a wide variety of activities, ranging from expanding health access for undocumented individuals, to promoting local art galleries, to helping sponsor local soccer tournaments. Below is a partial list of our partnerships and networks. For more information, or if you are interested in partnering with the Hispanic Alliance, contact us today!

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Hispanic Alliance Mental Health Network

The HA Mental Health Network is a collective of mental health providers who work with the Latino community. They meet regularly to assess progress in the delivery of services, lobby to attain full access and ensure equity in the provision of services.

In particular, it is committed to creating an optimal, informed and innovative environment for public safety, social justice and opportunity for all.

Community Alliance for Health Equity

In 2015, with the support of the Connecticut Health Foundation, the Hispanic Alliance and its partners created the Community Alliance for Health Equity (CAHE). Representing underserved communities of diverse cultures, ethnicities, and other traditionally underrepresented groups, CAHE advocates for enhancing their access to health care delivery that ensures equity and the wellbeing of our communities.

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Hispanic Alliance Health Council

The Hispanic Alliance Health Council is a professional network of health care providers working together to more effectively serve the Hispanic/Latinx community. In addition to medical concerns, the network addresses the use of effective cross-cultural communication in medical practices.

Further, it represents the needs of our communities to decision makers at the local and state level.