Community University Health Care Center at the University of Minnesota
Community-University Health Care Center (CUHCC) has been serving people since 1966.
CUHCC provides medical, dental, and mental health care services for clients and their families (children, teens, adults, and elders).
CUHCC has free and confidential advocacy services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
CUHCC has staff who can speak Cambodian, English, Hmong, Lao, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Other languages are available by request, such as Oromo, Amharic, Thai, and French.
CUHCC provides culturally competent care by dedicated staff. When we discuss health care decisions, we consider the beliefs and customs of our patients.
For more information, please visit: http://www.ahc.umn.edu/cuhcc/.
Centro Campesino works to improve the lives of members of the Latino and migrant community in southern Minnesota through community organizing, education, and advocacy.. Follow the links below to learn more about:
· Health Promoters Program
For more information, please visit: http://www.centrocampesino.net/.
CLUES (Comunidades Latinoas Unidas en Servicio) is Minnesota’s premier provider of behavioral health and human services to the Latino community. A community builder and a catalyst for change, CLUES provides services that advance and enhance the quality of Latino’s lives in Minnesota. CLUES provides a continuum of core services:
· Mental Health Services,
· Chemical Health Services
· Aging Well Services
For more information, please visit: http://www.clues.org/.
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
The Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy works locally and globally at the intersection of policy and practice to ensure fair and sustainable food, farm and trade systems. The Institute offers resources and publications on health related to food produce and consumption.
For more information, please visit: http://www.iatp.org/.
Southeast Asian Ministry
The Elder Programs
Initially started to combat depression and isolation, the elder programs have grown into three vivacious groups. Hmong, Cambodian, and Karen elders attend for social activities, health education, exercise, and a meal.
Parish Nurse Program
Bilingual Parish Nurses and their assistants provide home visits, culturally appropriate health care, education, and counseling to Cambodian, Hmong, Karen, and other Burmese clients.
For more information, please visit: http://www.seam-stpaul.org/.
WellShare International is an international and domestic nonprofit health organization. In Minnesota, WellShare has created several programs addressing Somali immigrant and refugee health. Throughout the United States, WellShare’s health education materials have been distributed in over 18 states.
For more information about their health programming, please visit: http://www.wellshareinternational.org/.
To access the health related educational materials, please visit: http://www.wellshareinternational.org/media-center/health-education-materials.