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Get Involved


For over 40 years, the Latino for Public Health has had a leading role in Latino health activism, working to improve the health of Latinos across the Americas. Together, our members represent a significant voice of public health leaders, making a positive impact on the health Latinos through community service, leadership, and professional development. Join us in continuing to make outstanding contributions in our community.

 


Become a Dues-Paying Member

The Latino Caucus for Public Health is a non-profit membership-driven entity within the American Public Health Association (APHA), and everyone is welcomed to join as a dues-paying member. Annual membership dues help to support our program activities throughout the year, including our events during the annual APHA meeting. Our membership registration is fast and easy. Please consider supporting our efforts and joining us as a dues-paying member.

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Stay Informed

We are excited about your interest in joining a passionate and committed group that works to improve the health of the Latino community. Join the listserv to learn about publications, events, grants, scholarships, employment opportunities, and much, much more. To become a listserv member of the Latino LCPH for Public Health, please go to the Listserv Address: latinoLCPH-aphasubscribe@yahoogroups.com.

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Go Social

There is more power in numbers, especially when it comes to making positive changes in public health norms and policies. We need your help to make these positive, long-lasting changes. Spread the word about the Latino Caucus for Public Health’s work and join the movement!

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Donate

The Latino Caucus for Public Health’s (LCPH’s) efforts to have a positive impact on Latino health issues have been successful with support and collaboration from our various contributors, sponsors, donors, and funders. However, our work is never done and we invite you to consider supporting LCPH in making a difference in the health of Latinos.

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