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  • What is OHCO?
    The Ohio Hispanic Coalition was founded in 1990 to improve the well-being and quality of life for all Latinos/Hispanics through advocacy, education, training, and access to quality services. OHCO has expanded to six departments including the Education, Technology & Workforce Development Department, Human and Civil Rights Department, International Affairs Department, Arts, Culture and Humanities Department, Civic Engagement Department, and Environment and Sustainability Department.
  • Are our services free?
    Yes, our services are completely free.
  • What services does OHCO offer?
    Current services are bi-cultural/bilingual and at no cost to community members and include the following: medical advocacy, learning centers, mentorship, education advocacy, public benefits enrollment, case management, safety planning, court accompaniment, and more based on the needs of the Latino/Hispanic community members.
  • Does our team speak English and Spanish?
    Our team are all bilingual in both English and Spanish.
  • If I am undocumented, can I receive these services?
    Yes, our services are for all our community.
  • Do we offer immigration services?
    No, we only provide VAWA visa or U-VISA for victims of crime. The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) allows abused spouses, children of U.S. Citizens or Lawful Permanent Residents (also referred to as green card holders), and abused parents of U.S. Citizen sons or daughters to apply for immigration relief separate from the abusive family member. If you feel identified contact "Soy Latina" Victim Services Program (614) 746-3534
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