Diversity & Health Equity Education

Hispanics and Latinos/as

While many Hispanics/Latinos have lived in the U.S. for many generations, others are recent immigrants who are at risk of facing inequities in socioeconomic status, education, and access to mental health care services.

Browse educational content specific or applicable to this patient population below:

Guides & Toolkits:

Best Practice Highlights: Working with Latino/a Patients

Learn more about working with Latino/a patients, including demographics, significant history, best practices and disparities.

View More

Mental Health Facts for Hispanics and Latinos/as

While many Hispanics/Latinos have lived in the U.S. for many generations, others are recent immigrants who are at risk of facing inequities in socioeconomic status, education, and access to mental health care services.

Download

Mental Health Facts for Diverse Populations

Most racial/ethnic minority groups overall have similar—or in some cases, fewer—mental disorders than whites. However, the consequences of mental illness in minorities may be long lasting.

Download

Intimate Partner Violence: A Guide to Treating Immigrant/Refugee IPV Survivors

Despite this lack of specific research, homicide reviews and analyses have consistently documented an over representation of immigrant and refugee women among IPV-related homicide victims compared to that of U.S.-born women.

View More

Stress & Trauma Toolkit for Treating Hispanics in a Changing Political and Social Environment

Although Hispanics are the largest ethnic minority group living in the U.S., anti-Hispanic discrimination is still prevalent—and on the rise, especially with the controversies surrounding undocumented immigrants from Latino countries.

View More

Online Learning Modules:

Blogs & Articles:

Books & Journals: