The Ohio Hispanic Coalition (OHCO) was founded in 1990 as a volunteer-based organization. Today, it has grown into an agency offering a broad range of direct services that are culturally and linguistically-appropriate for the growing Latino/Hispanic communities throughout Ohio.
OHCO serves a vulnerable population, one that faces multiple barriers such as language, culture, immigration status, and a lack of access to services and programs that are culturally and linguistically-fitting for Latino/Hispanic community members.
We believe in the advancement of all Latinos in Ohio.
To improve the wellbeing and quality of life of all Latinos through advocacy, education, training and access to quality services.
Creating collaborative partnerships in order to promote general awareness, including social, educational and economic advancement of Ohio’s Latino population.
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