Why becoming a Centro SOL Partner
We accomplish more together. Join our mission to improve the Latinx community. Make a change.
Centro SOL Partnerships
Esperanza Center has partnered with Centro SOL in programs and research to address critical needs in healthcare and social determinants of health for Latinos.
Esperanza Center is a community-based organization affiliated with the Catholic Charities of Baltimore that provides social, health and legal services to over 12,000 persons annually, most of whom are immigrants from Latin America.
The Esperanza Center provides primary medical and dental care to more than 3,000 undocumented immigrants annually and connects patients to mental health and other resources available through Centro SOL’s community programs.
The Aaron Straus and Lillie Straus Foundation has provided the seed funding to start Centro SOL. Since then, the foundation has supported our projects on maternal, mental and child health.
Aaron and Lillie Straus’ clearly focused philanthropic vision, to give the people of Baltimore protection, education, and opportunity, continues today in a contemporary context. With the Foundation’s long-term support of critical policies and programs, our intention and aspiration remains a reflection of their original vision: to connect families of Baltimore to avenues of hope and opportunity that tap their potential for a more secure future.
Leonard & Helen Stulman Foundation has provided funding for mental health initiatives for adults.
During their lifetimes, Leonard and Helen R Stulman made generous gifts to the Jewish community, the arts, and medical organizations. They established the foundation during their lifetimes and stipulated that after the year 2000, when Mr. Stulman died, the foundation make contributions in the fields on mental health, health, and aging.
Learn about our community programs
For bilingual high school students in grades 9-12 who are interested in college and a career in healthcare.
Suicide Prevention Program
Informing the Latino community about stress reduction and provide resources focused on suicide prevention.
Diabetes Prevention Program
This program is a CDC-recognized lifestyle program designed to address the main risks of developing type 2 diabetes.
Together We Achieve More
We are supported by a network of organizations that help us with our mission to improve the lives of thousands of people in the Latinx community. Make an impact. Become a partner.