The Lower Columbia Hispanic Council is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the Hispanic community of the Lower Columbia River region. Our goals include promoting the health, education and social and economic advancement of area Latinos.
- Juntos Program: Astoria & Warrenton Spring 2019 A program created in Spanish for Latino families! Juntos is a free program that gives Latino families the knowledge and resources necessary to succeed academically and create goals for their future. Participants can also be part of a Juntos club at their school, attend college visits, monthly activities, and more. The future of higher education is ...Read more
- Support Group for Latinx Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault This support group for Latinx survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault provides participants with a safe environment in which they are able to share and receive support around their experiences of violence. The goal is to provide psycho educational support to survivors in their own language, so they can feel welcome, included and supported ...Read more
News & Events
- Immigration Presentation Lower Columbia Hispanic Council is bringing two attorneys, one from Meadowlark Immigration PC and one from Oregon Law Center, to present about immigration, worker, and renter rights on February 5th, 2019 at 6:00 pm. The presentation will take place at Clatsop Community College, Columbia Hall, Room 219. The whole presentation will be in Spanish! For ...Read more
- What’s your vision of a healthier future? What’s your vision of a healthier future? What helps you to be healthy and what gets in the way? What can be done to improve or help you to live your best life? These are the questions at the heart of Columbia Pacific CCO’s story collection survey. Across the communities served, more than 1,250 people shared their experiences of health and ...Read more
Welcome to our newest sponsors:
Oregon Cultural Trust and Clatsop County Cultual Coalition for awarding us $2,000 to help bring Teatro Milagro to our Cinco de Mayo Festival in 2017.