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"Working toward educational, economic, and social equality for Hispanics in Idaho"



Covid-19 Resources

  • Crush the Curve Idaho en Espanol
  • Idaho Housing and Finance Association COVID-19 Resources
  • Human Rights Collective
  • South Central Public Health District Resources in Spanish
  • Centro de Comunidad y Justicia Resources

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    Ventanilla de Salud

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    More Resources:

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    Youth Drug Abuse Prevention

    Brought to you by

    Covering Idaho Kids

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    MALDEF - Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund

    Latino Parental Involvement in our Schools
    A listing of individuals who are the only certify Parent School Partnership Program trainers by MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund) in the state of Idaho. Please note area of representation.
    • Marisol Aguilar - University of Idaho - Ada County Extention
    • Christina Alvarez - Blackfoot School District
    • Gabriela M. Arévalo - Community Council of Idaho
    • Dolores Avila - Fruitland School District
    • Margarita Ayala - Hillcrest School
    • Norma Barrientos - Department of Health & Welfare
    • Sulema Basaldúa - Nampa School District
    • Rosario Beagarie - FCF Head Start
    • Nicole Billiard - Wendell Elementary
    • Karen Bliss - Blaine School District
    • Lymaris Blackmon - Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs
    • LaMar Brooks - Bridge Academy
    • Christopher Butts - Nampa School District
    • Grace Campos - Minidoka School District
    • Patricia Canto - Boise, ID
    • Laura Lee Carlisle - Jerome School District
    • Mary Carlisle - Provo, UT
    • Michael Corbett - Shelley School District
    • Kaywin Cottle - Preston High School
    • Estela de González - Corpus Christi in Fruitland
    • San Juanita de La Cruz - Wilder School District
    • Dina Flores-Brewer - DisAbility Rights Idaho
    • Vicky Fajardo - Robert Stuart Middle School
    • Graciela Fonseca - Department of Health & Welfare
    • Amelia Gasca - Snake River District
    • Maria L. Gaytan - Mountain Home School District
    • Maria Christina Gibson - Blackfoot School District
    • Elsa Gleason - Caldwell, ID
    • Doraelia Gomez - FCF Head Start
    • Angélica González - Hillcrest School
    • Edith González - Middleton Migrant Family
    • Claudia Guerrero - Idaho Partnership for Hispanic Health
    • Mary Gutierrez - Nampa School District
    • Danielle Harris - Fruitland School District
    • Leticia Harris - Madison School District
    • Galicia Hernandez - Family Liaison
    • Nicole Howe - Blaine School District
    • Jane Howell - Shoshone Joint School District
    • Jacquelyn Jones - Blaine School District
    • Janie Jonhson - Canyon Ridge High School
    • Candice Larsen - Preston School District
    • Norma Leon - Cassia County School District
    • Molly Lewellwen - Fruitland School District
    • Connie Mackenzie - Meridian Joint School District
    • Derrick May - Canyon Ridge High School
    • Francisco Mendez - T.E.E.N.S. Coalition
    • Sandra Miller - Minidoka School District
    • Abby Montano - Twin Falls School District
    • Dana Morfin - Twin Falls School District
    • Noel Morfin - Twin Falls School District
    • Sylvia Olvera - Vallivue School District
    • Lucinda Padilla - Canyon Ridge High School
    • Cesar Perez – College of Southern Idaho
    • Barbara Petersen - Preston School District
    • Lisa Ramirez - Idaho Federations of Families
    • Rachel Reyes - Community Council of Idaho
    • Maria Rios-Tabuso - Nampa School District
    • Delia Rivas - Hillcrest School
    • Maria Roldán - Kechum School District
    • Alma Rodriguez - Jerome School District
    • Tara Rodriguez - Shoshone Joint School District
    • Juan J. Saldaña - Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs
    • Mónica Sánchez - Minidoka School District
    • Elia Sandoval - Nampa Parent
    • Magdalena Soto - New Hope/Nueva Esperanza
    • Gabriela Tapia - Catholic Charities of Idaho
    • Jennifer Torres - Marsing School District
    • M. Victoria Valero - New Plymouth School District
    • Teresa Valero - Kuna School District
    • Linda Vazquez - Parma School District
    • Pamela Walth-Cantu - Meridian Joint School District
    • Shane Williams - Madison School District
    • Silvia Woodward - Preston School District

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    Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services National Prevention Outreach & Education Campaign
    Prevention Drop-In Articles
    Para articulo en Espanol Oprima aqui
    For more information visit

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      ¡Es su dinero – No lo regale!

      No se deje engañar por esos servicios de “entregarle rápido el dinero de su devolución de impuestos”. Lo que le están dando es un préstamo a un costo – pero es su dinero. El IRS le envía su devolución directamente a usted. No regale el dinero que le ha costado tanto esfuerzo conseguir.


      Preparado por las oficinas de HUD y del IRS SPEC como un servicio público.

      ¡Usted podría ser elegible para recibir un crédito tributario de hasta $4,824 por sus ingresos del trabajo! (Para los impuestos del año 2008)


      El Crédito por Ingreso del Trabajo (EITC) por sus siglas en inglés) es una devolución federal de impuestos para personas y familias con bajos ingresos.


      Ayuda telefónica en vivo

      Ayuda telefónica en vivo para personas con problemas de audición



      ELL - English Language

      Learning Classes
      Catholic Charities of Idaho


      If you are interested in participating, or would like more information about the classes, please contact (208) 676-1507

      Clases para aprende inglés

      Caridades Católicas de Idaho

      Si está interesado en participar o desea obtener más información acerca de las clases, por favor llame a

      a (208) 676-1507

      La Posada Tax Clinic
      Contact: Robert W. (Bob) Wunderle
      P.O. Box 1962
      Twin Falls, ID 83303-1962
      (208) 735-1189
      Fax (208) 735-7474


      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.

  • A Special Invitation for Postmenopausal Women

  • Idaho State University Postmenopausal Women Study
    If you are interested in participating,or would like more information about this study, please contact us at:
    (208) 373-1775, (208) 373-1776 or

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  • For Families who speak a language other than English
  • Contact: Deb Eisinger, ELL Intake
    McMillan Elementary
    10901 McMillan Road
    Boise, ID 83713
    (208) 322-9017
    Fax (208) 322-9064

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    Sponsored by: America's Promise Alliance

    Scholarships for Minorities

    Available Scholarships - for Minorities to Apply

    A number of companies and organizations have donated money for scholarship use for minorities

  • Campesinos Unidos de Idaho Scholarship Applications are available from Campesinos Unidos, 803 10th Street South, Nampa, ID 83651 or by calling María at (208) 230-2416 or emailing her at

  • NIH Summer Internship Program

  • Hispanic Business Association For more information: Hispanic Business Association * Email:

  • The Hispanic Scholarship Fund ¿Está listo? Are you ready? It's that time of year again! The Hispanic Scholarship Fund applications are available online at

  • The Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund since 1961, the Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund has provided need-based grants to student activists who are able to do academic work at the college level and are involved in building the movement for social and economic justice.
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    More Scholarships for Minorities

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    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

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    La Posada Tax Clinic
    Contact: Robert W. (Bob) Wunderle
    P.O. Box 1962
    Twin Falls, ID 83303-1962
    (208) 735-1189
    Fax (208) 735-7474

    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.

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    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

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    Spanish Speaking Counselors: (800) 442-4673

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    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

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      Honduran Consulate
      1528 K St., N.W., 2nd Floor
      Washington, DC 20008
    Donation Line (Spanish): 1-800-257-7575
    Spanish-language website:
      Embassy of Honduras
      3007 Tilden Street, N.W., Suite 4-M
      Washington, DC 20008
      For more information, call 1-800-261-4070



    The American Red Cross will be seeking bilingual volunteers within the next 48 hours to help man call-in centers.
    Please check NCLR’s website,, for updates.
      Houston Relief Efforts
      Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans (AAMA)
      6001 Gulf Freeway, B-i
      Houston, TX 77023
      (713) 926-4756
    In addition to monetary donations, AAMA is seeking donations of food, especially snack items.
    • Tejano Center for Community Concerns (TCCC)

    • 2950 Broadway
      Houston, TX 77017
      (713) 644-2340
    • Latino Memphis

    • 4045 American Way Blvd.
      Memphis, TN 38118
      (901) 366-5882

    Idaho Domestic Violence Programs

    Idaho Statewide 24-Hour Hotline 1(800) 669 3176

    ICDVVA Funded Programs with a 24 Hour Crisis Line
    • Blackfoot
      Bingham Crisis Center 208-681-8712
    • Boise
      Safe Place Ministries 208-323-2169
      Women’s and Children’s Alliance 208-343-7025
    • Bonners Ferry
      Boundary County Youth Crisis & DV Hotline 208-267-5211
    • Caldwell
      Hope’s Door 208-459-4779
    • Cascade
      Long Valley Families in Crisis 208-382-5310
    • Coeur d’Alene
      Coeur d’Alene Women’s Center 208-664-9303
    • Driggs
      Family Safety Network 208-354-7233
    • Emmett
      City Life, Inc. 208-870-5532
    • Hailey
      The Advocates 208-788-6070
    • Idaho Falls
      Domestic Violence Intervention Center 800-497-8273
    • Kellogg
      Shoshone Co. Women’s Resource Center 208-784-9201
    • Ketchum
      The Crisis Hotline 208-726-3596
    • Lewiston
      YWCA 208-746-9655
    • Malad
      Oneida Crisis Center 208-766-3119
    • Moscow
      Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse 208-883-4357 or 509-332-4357
    • Mountain Home
      Elmore Co. Domestic Violence Council 208-587-3300
    • Nampa
      Valley Crisis Center 208-465-5011
    • Ontario
      Project DOVE 800-889-2000
    • Pocatello
      Family Services Alliance of SE ID 208-251-4357
    • Post Falls
      OASIS Victim Services Program 208-773-1080
    • Rexburg
      Family Crisis Center 800-962-5601
    • Salmon
      Lemhi Crisis Intervention 208-940-0600
    • Twin Falls
      Crisis Center of Magic Valley 800-733-0100
    • Weiser
      ROSE Advocates 208-414-0740


    • Bingham Crisis Center 208-785-1047
    • Domestic Violence Intervention 208-529-4352
    • SANE Solutions 208-323-9600
    • Salud y Provecho 208-454-1652
    EMERGENCY: If you are in a life threatening situation or need to report a crime, call:

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  • 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


  • 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.



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    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.
    Qué: RCP y Primeros Auxilios Pediátricos en Español
    Quién: Ricardo Tews (Blackfoot) / Víctor Islas (Nampa)
    Dónde: Centro Cultural Hispánico, 315 Stampede Dr., Nampa (frente del parque) Hospital de Bingham Memorial, 98 Poplar St., Blackfoot
    Cuándo:  Viernes, 24 de junio, 6:00 PM-9:30 PM (Nampa)
                    Lunes, 27 de junio, 10:00 AM-1:00 PM (Nampa)
                    Jueves, 4 de agosto, 5:30 PM-8:30 PM (Blackfoot)

    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.

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