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Hispanic Alcohol and Drug Program

Provides prevention and education services in schools, churches, correctional institutions and probation departments in areas where the Hispanic/Latino population resides.

 

Project Niños Latinos

Provides primary prevention and education to Hispanic/Latino children in bilingual classrooms of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.

 

Project Mejora

Is a mentor/mentee program targeting adolescents at risk of dropping out of school while at the same time encouraging them to fulfill or exceed academic requirements, and to avoid alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

 

Hispanic UMADAOP Youth Center

An after-school program focused on Hispanic/Latino youth to succeed in school, avoid alcohol, tobacco, drugs, practice responsible sexual behavior, reduced violence, and gang involvement.

 

HIV Early Intervention

Through structured group and Individual sessions, education on HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, and sexually transmitted diseases are provided to intravenous drug users. The program assists clients in achieving risk reduction goals.

 

Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) Tutoring Program

The OGT program focuses on assisting students pass the OGT test therefore, increasing the high school graduation rate among Hispanic/Latino students in Cleveland.  This program also provides support with college applications and career path counseling.