Amistades uses a culturally rooted intergenerational family approach to working with Latinos and prioritizes addressing immediate issues. Read More
The approach that guides Amistades’ work is centered on restoring individuals, families and communities’ humanity and dignity.Read More
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Amistades uses a culturally rooted intergenerational family approach to working with Latinos. We prioritize addressing immediate issues, lead efforts that eliminate false narratives about Latinos, and develop system focused strategies that change the conditions that perpetuate inequities.
Awarded 1 of 10 grants nationally by the American Medical Association Foundation Healthy Living grants.
1 of 80 sites selected nationally to host the CADCA VetCorps project serving military families and veterans.
1st ever 30 year digital archive of the Segundo de Febrero with Our Lady of the Lake University.
1st ever exhibit featuring the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo on loan from the United States National Archives on Arizona.
Chosen by the UA Eller College of Management for fundraising and marketing partnership for development of best practices.
1 of 2 non profits in Arizona awarded continued funding by the Office of National Drug Control Policy Drug Free Communities Support Program.
Awarded 1 of 6 Office of National Drug Control Policy Drug Free Communities Mentoring Support Program grants nationally.
Named 1 of 40 most family engaging organizations in the nation by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Selected as 1 of 4 non profits nationally to receive a re-grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to implement the AVANCE Parent-Child Education Program.