|Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)|
|Address|| 3101 Mission Street Suite 101
San Francisco, CA 94110
3101 Mission Street Suite 101
San Francisco, CA 94110
CARECEN provides vital direct services and advocacy to help create a vibrant and thriving Latino immigrant community in San Francisco and the Bay Area.
Immigration Legal ProgramEdit
Provides immigration legal services to more than 9,000 low-income Latino immigrants each year and reaches thousands more through community workshops and regular appearances in the Spanish-language media.
Celina Ramos Dental ClinicEdit
Provides comprehensive, high-quality, low-cost dental services, as well as free dental screening and oral health education at local elementary schools.
415-642-4414 (Celina Ramos Dental Clinic)
Second Chance Tattoo Removal ProgramEdit
Assists youth in leaving street life and abusive intimate relationships by removing visible tattoos that pose a threat to their safety and constitute a barrier to employment. The program also provides youth with the skills, knowledge, and resources to set on a path toward self-sufficient, productive adulthood.
Cuerpo Sano, Actívate!/Healthy Bodies, Get Moving!Edit
Instills in Latino youth ages 7 through 16 an understanding of the relationships among physical activity, nutrition, and health, and provides an opportunity to develop behaviors that will become the cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle—all without sacrificing any of the fun that youth expect from an after-school program.
415-642-4407 and 415-642-4423 (Cuerpo Sano After-School Program)
Family Wellness and Empowerment ProgramEdit
Helps families manage crises and provides them with the knowledge and skills to engage in community advocacy aimed at creating long-term change.
La Clínica Martín Baró, a joing program of UCSF and SF State University, offers comprehensive primary healthcare as well as education on health topics (e.g. diabetes, obesity, hypertension, substance abuse) of interest to the Latino immigrant community.
415-206-4058 (La Clinic Martin Baro)
2010 HAP Manual TextEdit
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Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)/ Family Empowerment Program - U
3101 Mission Street (at Cesar Chavez)
Provides education, help with basic family needs, counseling and referrals.