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Welcome to the Latino Service Providers

The Latino Service Providers Sonoma County (LSP-SC) works with community partners to engage, collaborate, and exchange valuable information; to increase awareness of available resources, access to programs and services; to influence public policy, delivery of services, enhance inter-agency communication; and to promote professional development within the Latino population.

Our Mission:
The LSP-SC mission is to build a healthier community by serving and strengthening Latino families and children, and reducing disparities related to ethnicity or race within Sonoma County.

To invest in a community where Latinos are fully integrated into the larger community by having equal opportunities, support, and access to services in their pursuit of a higher quality of life.

Latino Service Providers Sonoma County is funded by the Sonoma County Mental Health Services Act.

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Electronic Newsletter

Weekly newsletters are emailed to LSP-SC members and partners. E-newsletters contain vital information that is important and relative to the Latino community.
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Monthly Meetings

LSP-SC meetings help members collaborate and create stronger community networks in Sonoma County. Every month a new host agency will highlight their program, services, staff, and location.
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Mental Health

There are many stressors--depression, aniety, family issues, acculturation stress, etc.-- that take a toll on mental health.
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Teen Health

Mental health problems in teens are real, painful and, left untreated, can have serious consequences. Learn to identify the signs.
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Collaborative Partnerships

We strive to develop collaborative relationships with Sonoma County agencies by participating in partner agency planning sessions, providing access to resources, and supporting outreach efforts on behalf of the Latino Community.

Workforce Development

With Mental Health Services Act funding (MHSA), LSP is contracting with Sonoma County Department of Health Services, Behavioral Health Division (SC-BHD) to assist in recruitment of bilingual-bicultural job candidates exploring career opportunities with the Division.
  For more information on LSP’s workforce development projects, contact Emilia Carbajal at 707-837-9577 or email