¿Hablas Español? Para informacion y recomendaciones, llama al tu condado abajo:
Maria Ramos: (509) 783-1131, ext. 108
Gabriela Avina: (509) 860-8961
Helping Parent Support (360) 254-1562 ext 105
Anna Alvarez: (509) 346-5523
TBA: (360) 416-7570, ext. 414
Mely Cervantes: (425) 258-2459 ext. 114
Spanish Language Line: (360) 352-1126
Walla Walla/Columbia County/Garfield/Asotin County
Ysabel Fuentes: (509) 301-0679
Martia Mejia: (360) 715-0170 ext 308
Maria Pulido: (509) 574-3200
King County Ethnic Outreach Coordinators - Additional Communities:
King County Seattle Children's
Cultural Diversity Links
- Healthcare411in Spanish - A new audio news series that provides Spanish speakers with evidence-based consumer information including how to obtain high quality, safe healthcare. Access Healthcare411 in English.
- La Única - Spanish instruction and travel center in Tacoma. Classes in communicating with Spanish speaking students and their parents available.
- Access for Autistic Youth from the American Cultural Exchange: Information in English, Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, Russian, Chinese, Arabic and Somali. Much of the information is focused onKing County, but has good Washington State and national resource lists as well. Phone: 1-800-328-8476 or 206- 217-9644.
- Community Profiles - Cross Cultural Health Care Programs: Scroll down to download these profiles (pdf): Arab, Cambodian, Eritrean, Ethiopian, Lao, Mien, Oromo, Samoan, Somali, South Asian, Soviet Jewish and Ukrainian.
- Multicultural Health - A Guide for Health Professionals: From Queensland Health
- Culture Clues are tip sheets for clinicians designed to increase awareness about concepts and preferences of patients from the diverse cultures served by the University of Washington Medical Center.
- Cultural Profiles
- Culture Specific Pages - Ethnomed
- Healthfinder.gov: A Spanish-language website that helps consumers track down reliable health information quickly and easily on the Internet.
- Hablamos Juntos (Spanish for “We Speak Together”) is a project funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and administered by UCSF Fresno Center for Medical Education & Research for the purpose of developing affordable models for language access. The Spanish language version of the birth-to-three parent-child activity materials are now available for downloading on the Washington Learning Systems website.
- Manual De Cuerpos Sanos - Healthy Body Toolkit for Girls and Boys from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center
- La Mente Es Maravillosa - Articles about human nature, spiritual growth & intellectual development (blog)
- Autism Speaks - Manual De Los 100 Dias: Created for families with children age 4 and younger to help them through the first 100 days after an autism diagnosis
- Informing Families: Information and Resources for families supporting real lives across the life course (Translation to Spanish)
- WA Office of the Education Ombuds
- Tools That Empower Spanish-Speaking Parents - From the Center for Parent Information and Resources