On November 5th, the Clinton County Minority Health Coalition in collaboration with Corado Immigration Law, LLC hosted an Immigration Forum at the Learning Network of Clinton County. Attendees had the opportunity to learn about the naturalization and citizenship process. Immigration attorney Clare Corado, emphasized about how by voting, they are making their voice heard and registering their opinion on how they think the government should operate.
After the forum, participants had the opportunity to consult one on one with immigration attorneys Clare Corado and Gregory S. Loyd.
We would like to thank Corado Immigration Law and Truitt, Ray, Sharvelle & Eberhardt LLP for volunteering their time to helping our community.
The Minority Health Coalition in Clinton County seeks to reach underserved population providing information and resources about health issues such as health care access, chronic disease management and promoting healthy life styles.
The Clinton County Minority Health Coalition and its community partners collaboratively work together to assess, design, develop, implement and evaluate programs that are culturally and linguistically appropriate for minorities represented in the community.
Programming related to:
- Community Health Workers
- Susan G. Komen Foundation
- Mental Health
- Substance Abuse
- Bridging the Gap Medical Interpreter Training
- Prime For Life
- ServSafe Classes in English/Spanish
- ServSafe Test Proctoring English/Spanish
Classes in English and Spanish
For more information regarding the Clinton County Minority Health Coalition or for future collaboration please contact Claudia Houchen (765) 659-6380 ext. 1821 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org