The Task Force is currently an independent grassroots coalition of national, state, and local organizations/members that are coming together to address gaps in resources, information (spanish/english), data, policy, funding.

We are currently working very closely with the American Public Health Association to advise and consult on questions around latinx communities, as well as provide guidance in the launch of– a spanish-based resource repository for la comunidad.

In the last 3 months of the Task Force, we have grown to close to 100 members in the Task Force, with close to 50 partners and collaborators.

We are also appreciative for the technical support and COVID-19 guidance from the CDC.

Please view below for the list of partners and collaborators we currently have:

Dia de la Mujer Latina
National Osteoporosis Foundation
American Medical Association- Center for Health Equity
American Medical Association
Health Initiative of the Americas, University of California Berkeley
Volunteer: Johns Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions – Advisory Board
Alianza Americas
National Public Health Information Coalition
Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
US/Mexico Border Health Commission, Mexico Seccion
University at Albany, School of Public Health
Paso del Norte Health Foundation
El Centro Regional Medical Center
Su Clinica
Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc.
Compassion & Choices
Latino Caucus for Public Health
Su Clinica
Alianza Americas
Cleveland Clinic
Union of Concerned Scientists
Migrant Clinicians Network
Salud America!/ UT Health San Antonio
Boston University School of Medicine Medical Anthropology program
TEKSystem Contact Tracing Epidemiology Lead
University of California, Merced
Clinica Verde
Unidos Contra la Diabetes
Paso del Norte Health Foundation
Northwest Vista College
Hispanic Communications Network
Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc.
Duke Institute for Health Innovation
Health Initiative of the Americas, University of California Berkeley
Grand Canyon University
Unite Us
Our Lady of the Lake University
Cleveland Clinic
Latinx Physicians of California and California- Office of Binational Border Health
American Public Health Assocation
WellMed Charitable Foundation
University of Texas at San Antonio

A big thank you to our partners and collaborators- this is not possible without you!