Latino Service Providers (LSP) 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 Latinx community.
Latino Service Providers was founded in 1989, in response to helping the Latinx community in Sonoma County obtain knowledge and access to resources to enrich lives and help improve our communities. Our nonprofit organization currently comprises over 1,400 members from a broad spectrum of the community, including a diverse group of individuals, community-based organizations and local businesses. We come together to educate and network in support of the Latinx community, to improve access to healthcare, mental health services, education, legal support and other social services available in our area.
The mission of Latino Service Providers (LSP) is to serve as a bridge across generations in the Latinx community. We do this by advancing the development of young leaders, building awareness about health and wellness, culture, social issues, and advocating for equity.
We envision a Latinx community in Sonoma County that has equitable opportunities to lead healthy, just, resilient lives.