Our Work

Cultural and linguistics competence (CLC) is a key factor in improving outcomes for children, youth and families. CLC enables organizations to reduce behavioral health disparities by improving access and use of service, as well as improving the quality of care. For this reason, the Center for Community Learning focusses its work around providing technical assistance and training in the area of cultural and linguistic competence. The research also shows that engagement of diverse families, young adults, youth and children also improves outcomes and reduces behavioral health disparities. Consequently, the Center for Community Learning also focuses on programs designed to build the leadership skills of community members, enabling them to better engage as partners, peer support leaders and natural helpers.

Here are some of our projects in these areas:

Technical Assistance

Find more information on The TA Network’s website.

Training Manuals


EQUIPO Team: Working as Partners Supporting and Strengthening Families in our Community

Training Programs & Webinars

Watch a playlist of all our webinars on YouTube.

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