About the Houston Hispanic Health Coalition (HHC)
The Hispanic Health Coalition is a non-profit organization established in 1996. Operating under a fifteen-member volunteer board, HHC carries out its mission by supporting those core goals and activities determined to be essential to the success and growth of the organization. Their primary mission is to promote the health and well being of Houston's Hispanic and Latino community. We pursue this mission through the assessment of community health and social needs, education and community advocacy on behalf of and with our Hispanic community. For more information, please visit http://www.hispanic-health.org.
About Little Havana Activities and Nutrition Centers
Founded in 1972, the Little Havana Activities and Nutrition Centers of Dade County, Inc. has grown into one of the area's largest providers of social services to socially isolated and economically disadvantaged persons in the South Florida area. Today, the Little Havana Activities and Nutrition Centers operate not only a new, spacious and functional building, but also 21 multi-service centers with congregate meals program in Miami, Miami Beach, Hialeah and other unincorporated Dade County area, which serve over 54,000 people annually. For more information visit http://www.lhanc.org.
AstraZeneca is one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies. For
nearly three decades, AstraZeneca has offered drug assistance programs side
by side with its medicines, and over the past five years, has provided over
$3 billion in savings to more than 1 million patients throughout the US and
Puerto Rico. Astra
|SOURCE National Alliance for Hispanic Health|
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