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Milwaukee Health Care Partnership presents Latino focused Community Health Needs Assessment and Health Compass data

The MLHC Steering Committee had the pleasure to hear from the Milwaukee Health Care Partnership regarding their new Health Compass tool and data at its most recent meeting. The Latino community via survey ranked chronic disease, substance use,        access to health care, infectious disease, and violence or crime as the top issues impacting their health. The key findings can be found here.

Latino Milwaukee: A Statistical Portrait

This study provides the first comprehensive statistical portrait of metropolitan Milwaukee’s Latino community. Using the best and most recent available data, from a wide variety of sources, this study examines key areas such as population growth, immigration, language use, residential segregation, income, poverty, employment, earnings, housing, social assistance, health insurance, health indicators, business ownership, educational attainment, K-12 enrollments, school segregation, incarceration, political behavior, and more. With over 190 charts and tables, the study offers a thorough, systematic overview of key data, analysis of trends, and an unprecedented look at Latino Milwaukee in comparative and recent historical perspective. The study can be found here.

Immigration and Public Benefits: Public Charge Rule

Caroline Gomez-Tom of Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers presents on the potential "Public Charge" rule at the 2019 MLHC General Coalition meeting. Caroline, who is a statewide expert, shared her insights into how the rule does and doesn't impact immigrants’ public benefits eligibility should it go into effect. The rule is currently held up in court. For the presentation please use this link.

Hispanic Collaborative Presentation

Nancy Hernandez, President of the Hispanic Collaborative, presented at the 2019 MLHC General Coalition meeting on the Hispanic Collaborative’s work and progress since it’s announcement. As President, Nancy leads the coordination of more than 150  organizations and individuals seeking to improve economic opportunities and representation among Latinos in the region. The Hispanic Collaborative was established with a grant from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, and is based out of the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce’s offices. For the presentation please use this link.

The Milwaukee Latino Health Coalition has access to numerous speakers who are experts on Latino health. To schedule a speaker to address your organization or event please contact Chris Mambu Rasch at .     

Mental Health Action Team

Mental Health Community Series

The Mental Health Action Team holds a number of mental health community series events throughout the year. Past topics have included Dementia: Prevention and Consideration for Mental Health and Burnout and Mindfulness.


Chris Mambu Rasch, Sixteenth Street