Dayton Ohio Hispanic / Latino Community Resources
To enhance the quality of life in the Latino community by addressing housing, health care, social services and safety issues.
INFORMING, INSPIRING AND ENRICHING OUR COMMUNITY
The Dayton Metro Library brings people of all ages and backgrounds together to discover new things about the world, themselves, and each other. Within our Branches and beyond our walls, we are advocates for exploration, champions of literacy, and active facilitators of empowerment, inclusion, and positive change.
La biblioteca de Dayton Metro atrate a la gente de todas las edades a descubrir cosas nuevas acerca del mundo, ellos y de otros.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will release the results of the Hispanic Surf—an anti-fraud project—on September 27, 2006. Consumer Action will report on this important release. Meanwhile, Consumer Action’s staff has examined 2006 scams and complaints by Latino consumers and found some trends to share.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the United States.
USCIS Mission Statement
USCIS will secure America’s promise as a nation of immigrants by providing accurate and useful information to our customers, granting immigration and citizenship benefits, promoting an awareness and understanding of citizenship, and ensuring the integrity of our immigration system.
This is the official site of the city of Dayton, Ohio. Here you will find information in regards City Commissioners, City Manager, News and services, information about the city of Dayton, Job Openings and Registration, Recycling, Tax Forms, Tech Town, City of Datyon Television Network, and the Dayton Originals Campaign.
This website consolidates many of the Business Success Stories and many popular requests from the community.
The Welcome Dayton Plan is a consensus of the goals and recommendations of over 100 individuals and representatives of a wide array of immigrant, public, and private groups who voluntarily came together to discuss how to engage our new residents in revitalizing our neighborhoods, building our population and strengthening our economic base.
The Welcome Dayton Plan was developed based on recommendations from four sub-committees covering business and economic development; local government and the justice system; social and health services; and community, culture, arts and education.
The Welcome Dayton Plan is designed to act as a framework for action. It is a way forward for not only the City organization but also the entire community.
Communities across America are at a crossroad: to
welcome and integrate new residents and help them
on a path to citizenship, or to allow old stereotypes,
fears and preconceptions to hinder future success.
In a community where immigrants are welcomed, they
receive mutual respect and support, while in an unwelcoming
community they can experience social isolation, health
problems, poverty and social discord. This report is an action
plan that can provide a roadmap for the City of Dayton to
become a nationally recognized Immigrant Friendly City.
Over one hundred people touched, influenced or had a
hand in formulating this report: Welcome Dayton: Immigrant
Friendly City. This report can be viewed as a “shout out” that
says: Welcome to Dayton – This is an Immigrant Friendly City.
The Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs was created in 1977 with seventeen mandates proscribed in sections 121.32 and 121.33 of the Ohio Revised Code. These mandates fall into one of three categories:
* TO ADVISE the Governor, the Ohio General Assembly, and state government agencies on all matters affecting Hispanic Ohioans, by issuing reports, proposing programs, commenting on legislation, and conducting policy-related research.
* TO CONNECT the diverse Latino communities across the State of Ohio by serving as a hub of information for and about Hispanic Ohioans by hosting meetings, conducting surveys, promoting collaboration, encouraging communication, and endeavoring to assure access to decision-making bodies.
* TO BUILD the capacity of Latino community organizations, especially those of, for, and by Hispanic Ohioans, by applying for and accepting grants in partnership with organizations, subcontracting programs to local groups, and conducting education programs to enhance and strengthen community organization staff and leadership.
Culture Works is greater Dayton’s united arts fund and arts service agency. Our mission is to provide funds and services to strengthen the arts and culture in the Miami Valley. Incorporated in 1993, Culture Works was created through the merger of two long-established Dayton organizations: ARTSDAYTON and the Miami Valley Arts Council.
The goal of Dayton International Festival, Inc. (DIFI) is to preserve and promote the culture and history of our heritage and countries. DIFI members meet every month to plan and prepare for their biggest event of the year: the international festival–A World A’Fair.
The Mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States. Click here for a Dayton Chapter membership form
Del Pueblo is a non-profit (503c) social organization in Clark and vicinity counties dedicated to community building and advocacy of Spanish-speaking persons.
PACO is dedicated to the success of the Hispanic Community. We are a non-profit organization established in January 1991. A staff of volunteers, seventy five percent of which are Hispanic, operates PACO. Our goals are to promote awareness and educate the Dayton community about the rich Hispanic culture. PACO promotes Hispanic arts and offers cultural events. In the future, we will provide assistance and referrals to the Hispanic community regarding housing, education, jobs, interpreters, banking services, and family service programs.
“El Puente” Learning Center will provide a bridge for the Latino students from the Dayton Public Schools and non-public Schools to narrow the gap of identified academic shortcomings. The program will be a combined effort of the Wright State University College of Education and Human Services, Dayton Public Schools (DPS) and the League of Latin American Citizens (LULAC).
The Wright State University Office of Latino Affairs is highly supportive of the El Puente Tutoring Center, which provides a bridge for Latino youth from Dayton public schools and non-public schools in kindergarten through eighth grade to succeed in their schoolwork. The center is staffed with university students who volunteer their time to help tutor Latino youth. For more information on how to volunteer, contact Alyssa Wagner (email@example.com).
Begun in 1969, PathStone is a private, not-for-profit community development and human service organization serving Indiana, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Virginia, and Vermont.
The Latin American Association (LAA)
Promote, share, and preserve the Latino culture through the arts. We extend our 501-C status in grant applications and other appropriate needs; share grant application knowledge; make referrals; provide income producing events; we also refer inquiries to more appropriate social organizations.
Contact : Dolores Quinones at firstname.lastname@example.org
Puerto Rican Cultural Society of Dayton
The mission of the Puerto Rican Cultural Society of Dayton is to promote the heritage and culture of Puerto Rico, by providing the Dayton-Miami Valley region with access knowledge and exposure to the very best in Puerto Rican music, dance, visual arts, and all other forms of artistic expression. As part of the growing needs of the Dayton Hispanic Community, our mission is expanding to include other Latino cultures as well.
For more information call (937) 222-1505 or e-mail at email@example.com
Attorneys / Abogados
Immigration Attorneys / Abogados de inmigracion
Catherine McCarthy, Esq.
2600 Far Hills Ave. Suite 315
Dayton, OH 45419
Sr. Maria Francine Stacy, SND
Assistant Director – Dayton
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati, rich in history and sprawling in geography, is a microcosm of the Catholic Church in the United States – and of the nation itself. In its 19 counties one finds cities and towns; suburbs and rural areas; farms and factories; affluence and poverty
Spanish language liturgy.
Sacramental preparation: Sept-May Sundays 12:00pm
Tax Preparation through the Law Dept of UD: March and April
Prayer Group: Sundays before Mass: 11:00am
Other services: computer classes, translation, Marriage and Baptism preparation in Spanish
Dayton: Sunday Mass at 1:15 PM at Holy Family Parish, 140 S. Findlay, Dayton..
Cincinnati: Sundays 9:00 AM and 11:30 AM Masses, followed by fellowship after mass at the Hispanic Center.
Hamilton: Sunday Mass at 1:00 PM at St. Julie Billiart, 224 Dayton St., Hamilton.
2725 E 5th St.
Dayton, Ohio 45403
We provide a Liturgy in Spanish for area residents twice a month, the first and third Sundays at 5 pm and prepare candidates, parents, and sponsors for the reception of sacraments. We also offer assistance to local residents with translations as needed and assistance in negotiating necessary paperwork and with difficult situations. Annual special celebrations of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Las Posadas are held in December. It is our mission to offer the opportunity for our local Catholic Hispanics to practice their faith, to be integrated into the larger Catholic community and to help them become participants in the larger community.
Baptisim preparation is by appointment and First Holy Communion preparation is by appointment and as scheduled for the group. Las Mananitas, the morning prayer for December 12th, and Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass is celebrated on December 12th. Las Posadas, preparation for Christmas is scheduled on the closest Sunday. Spanish/English Missalettes and Bibles are available for participants. All are welcome! For more information contact Mary Alice Ordonez at 342-8861 or E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
1547 Philadelphia Dr.
Dayton, OH 45406
Tel: (937) 278-4203
Create an inviting spiritual home where our
Hispanic brothers and sisters feel welcome;where their cultural and spiritual gifts are affirmed and their spiritual and physical needs are
ministered; where they are encouraged to
participate as full members of our church family
and we as a family are transformed into greater
likeness of Christ.
2390 South Dixie Highway
Kettering, OH 45409
Spanish Phone Line: (937)-672-8100
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|Name / Nombre del Lugar||Address / Direccion||Conctact / Contacto||Schedule / Horario|
|Hispanic Catholic Ministry||2725 E.Fifth, St. (Findlay y Burkhardt)||937-258-1309||Domingos a las 2:30pm|
|Kettering Adult School||3750 Far Hills (Entre Dorothy y Stroop)||937-296-7198||DL. Barnes BuildingLunes ,Martes, Miércoles, Jueves de 9 a 11:30 a.m. y de 6:00 p.m to 8:30 pm (servicio de guardería solo por la mañana)|
|West CarroltonWalter Shade ECC||510 E. Pease, Ave.||937-499-1450||Lunes, Martes, Miercoles y Jueves de 9-11:30 am.También de 6:00 a 8:30 de la tarde.(no guarderia)|
|East End||427 Steele Ave. (esquina con C/ Xenia)||937-499-1450||Lunes, Martes, Miercoles y Jueves de 9-11:30am|
|St John’s United Churchof Christ||515 E. Third, St.||937-461-3332||Lunes a jueves de 9:30 a11:45 de la mañana.Verano: 21 de junio -29 de julio (2010)|
|American Red Cross||370 W. First St.||937-222-6711||Lunes y MiércolesDe 6:30-9:00 de la tarde.|
|Huber HeigthsEnglish Language Program||7505 Taylorsville Rd.||937-235-5783||5783 lunes, miércoles y viernesde 9 a 12 del medio día.(Servicio de guardería)|
|MLVC||333 W 1st St Suite 130||937-223-4922||Lunes a Jueves 10-3pm|