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 & Seaside 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
- LCHC Welcomes the New Executive Director! Jenny Pool Radway has been named the new executive director of the Lower Columbia Hispanic Council, replacing Jorge Guttierez who resigned in July for another position in Washington State. Pool Radway comes to Astoria from Denver, Colorado where she founded and directed Diverse Communities LLC. Her company designed and implemented programs for international and national ...Read more
- Day of the Dead Celebration Thousands of years old, originating from the Aztecs, the Toltecs and Nahuas, and mixed with religious customs, the Día de Muertos or Day of the Dead is undoubtedly one of the most awaited celebrations of the year. The group of La Voz de la Comunidad and the Lower Columbia Hispanic Council extend an invitation ...Read more
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