Our mission is to advance the overall health of Houston's Hispanic community
through education, advocacy, and research.
Who We Are
The Hispanic Health Coalition is a non-profit organization established in 1996. Operating under a volunteer board, the Coalition has been a reliable source of information and voice for Houston’s Hispanic health issues and those addressing them. The Coalition consists of leaders from healthcare, education, social services, faith-based, business, and governmental organizations working with the Hispanic community. Our Coalition is committed to continue improving the health of the Hispanic community in the Greater Houston Area.
SAVE THE DATE! The 3rd annual Latino Health Summit will focus on the Integration of Health and Education and will be at the University of Houston's MD Anderson Library - Rockwell Pavilion.
Your tax deductible donations are greatly appreciated, and support programs like ¡Vive tu Vida! Get Up! Get Moving!, Latino Health Summit,
and Scholarships for Hispanic students pursuing an education in health related fields.