Centro Latino offers information and support to the Latino community in the form of:
May you feel welcomed and happy that you have found a place to meet friends and to participate in our activities.
A subgroup of Compassionate Community Faith Alliance (CCFA), Centro Latino offers hospitality, support, and loving service to Spanish-speaking people who need resources and information to help integrate them into responsible, caring citizens.
One of our most successful endeavors, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, began in January 2015. Classes are designed to help Hispanics in speaking, writing, and/or reading English. Free classes are offered during open hours. Contact us for more information.
Volunteers are always welcome. They are an integral part of our center. Even if you cannot speak Spanish, there are tasks that you can help us with that do not require language abilities. If you are interested, contact us.
Centro Latino is supported by:
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