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MALDEF - Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Latino Parental Involvement in our Schools
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services National Prevention Outreach & Education Campaign
Catholic Charites Poster for Immigration Services
MALDEF Alumni Newsletter
Idaho State University Postmenopausal Women Study
Contact: Deb Eisinger, ELL Intake
Sponsored by: America's Promise Alliance
Scholarships for MinoritiesAvailable Scholarships - for Minorities to Apply
A number of companies and organizations have donated money for scholarship use for minorities
More Scholarships for Minorities
The Idaho Supreme Court has scheduled court interpreter workshops and certification testing for 2017. If you believe these workshops would be of benefit to any employees of your respective agencies, you are invited to visit Idaho Court Interpreter Training and Testing Program.
For more information, please contact Andrew Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org
La Posada Tax Clinic The La Posada Tax Clinic is supported by La Posada, Incorporated (formerly La Posada Ministry), a community based 501(C)3 charity and a grant from the Internal Revenue service. Please call or email with any questions you may have about our organization, mission or services. Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance is meeting on Mondays at at 7:00 pm at Intermountain Hospital, 303 Allumbagh Street, Boise, ID 83704 as a support group for those living with mood disorders looking to improve their lives. For more information please contact Don at 208-629-9546 Spanish Speaking Counselors: (800) 442-4673
The La Posada Tax Clinic is supported by La Posada, Incorporated (formerly La Posada Ministry), a community based 501(C)3 charity and a grant from the Internal Revenue service. Please call or email with any questions you may have about our organization, mission or services.
Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance is meeting on Mondays at at 7:00 pm at Intermountain Hospital, 303 Allumbagh Street, Boise, ID 83704 as a support group for those living with mood disorders looking to improve their lives. For more information please contact Don at 208-629-9546
Spanish Speaking Counselors: (800) 442-4673
CHIP Children's Health Insurance Program
BSU High School Equivalency Program
The Boise State University High School Equivalency Program is currently accepting applications for students interested in obtaining their GED or High School Equivalency Certificate. If you know of anyone 16 years or older that is interested and qualifies please have them contact our recruiter Ileana Cordova at:
(208) 426-1080 or (800) 824-7017
HONDURAN KATRINA EMERGENCY FUND
MEXICAN CONSULATES BILINGUAL VOLUNTEERS Idaho Domestic Violence Programs Idaho Statewide 24-Hour Hotline 1(800) 669 3176 ICDVVA Funded Programs with a 24 Hour Crisis Line
BILINGUAL VOLUNTEERSThe American Red Cross will be seeking bilingual volunteers within the next 48 hours to help man call-in centers.
Idaho Domestic Violence Programs
Idaho Statewide 24-Hour Hotline 1(800) 669 3176
ICDVVA Funded Programs with a 24 Hour Crisis Line
FREE Arthritis Information for Hispanic Seniors
Arthritis is one of the most common diseases in the U.S., affecting millions of adults and half of all people age 65 and older. Although there is no cure for most forms of arthritis, treatment can help patients manage their symptoms and improve their overall quality of life. The choice of treatment depends on the type of arthritis, the severity of symptoms, the patient's general health, and other factors.
The National Institute on Aging (NIA) is offering a free fact sheet in Spanish about treatments for the most common forms of arthritis -- osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and gout. "Consejos Sobre la Artritis"
To order copies of "Consejos Sobre la Artritis", call 1-800-222-2225 toll free. The NIA Information Center is open weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. eastern time or go to our Web site at www.niapublications.org
USCIS LAUNCHES GUIDE FOR NEW IMMIGRANTS IN MULTIPLE LANGUAGES
Washington, D.C. * The Office of Citizenship, within U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, is announcing the release of Welcome to the United States: A Guide for New Immigrants. This landmark publication represents the first time in recent history that the federal government has provided orientation materials for new permanent residents. Designed for permanent residents and the organizations that serve them, Welcome to the United States contains practical information to help immigrants settle into everyday day life in the United States, as well as basic civics information that will introduce new immigrants to the U.S. system of government.
The guide also provides new immigrants with ideas on how to become involved in their new communities, and how to meet their responsibilities and exercise their rights as permanent residents.
Clases de RCP y Primeros Auxilios Pediátricos se Ofrecen en Español En Nampa y Blackfoot
Ambos padres y proveedores del cuidado infantil se preparen para el verano—la época para las actividades al aire libre y al lado del agua.
El precio para la instrucción y los libros puede variar entre las comunidades de Nampa y Blackfoot, pero el "costo" de no prepararse es muy alto. Padres de familia, sus parientes y los otros adultos que cuidan niños pueden prevenir tragedias por tomar las clases de resucitación cardiaco-pulmonar (RCP) y primeros auxilios.
La visión de IdahoSTARS es de aumentar la calidad de los programas del cuidado temprano y la educación para todos los niños en nuestro estado. www.idahostars.org
“Cuando su Niño Desaparece: Una Guía para la Supervivencia de la Familia”
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) announces the availability of:
The Guide is the third edition of an OJJDP Report first published in 1998. The latest Guide provides expanded information on the AMBER Alert Plan.
Written by parents and family members who have experienced the disappearance of a child firsthand, the Guide offers parents insights into what they should do when their child is missing.
A limited number of printed copies are available from the Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse (JJC). Copies can be ordered online at www.puborder.ncjrs.org or by calling JJC at 800-851-3420. Please use the document number when ordering.
For full-text publications, information on OJJDP or JJC, and other juvenile justice matters, visit the OJJDP Web site at www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ojjdp or contact Kathi McCulley, Tribal Relations * Lewiston: (208)799-5060 * Boise: (208) 334-5700.
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Equity: Fairness; Justness; Impartiality.
Equity: Fairness; Justness; Impartiality.
Commercial Driver Manual in Spanish
A Spanish language version of the Commercial Driver Manual is available online at the Idaho Transportation Department's Division of Motor Vehicles web site.
A Spanish language version of the Commercial Driver Manual is available online at the Idaho Transportation Department's Division of Motor Vehicles web site.Click at this link for more information: www.itd.idaho.gov/dmv/driverservices/ds.htm
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