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The National Latina Health Network is a growing network of individuals and organizations dedicated to improving the quality of health among Latinas and their families.
- We are a unique organization of health experts who are connected and active in community-based program development and policy and research.
- We provide innovative health programming to local and regional agencies.
- We bring together and are committed to strengthening and supporting a network of Latina leaders in public health.
- We build local and national community health partnerships
NLHN HistoryCreated in 1989, the Latinas: Partners for Health (LPH) project began with the formation of a 30-member group of Latina professional involved in public health. Its purpose was to develop a structure and strategies to educate and involve Latina leaders in HIV prevention. The core group of members expanded to over 1,500 women nationwide with six regional coordinators and community collaborative networks composed of state/local health department officials, front-line providers and professionals in the field of health, education, medicine, business and the media. To better reflect the growth and program expansion, led to the establishment of the National Latina Health Network (NLHN) in 1997.
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