CARECENCentral American Resource Center
CARECENCentral American Refugee Center
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For example, in Los Angeles, CARECEN purchased its own building during the 1990s, and, in September 2008, celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary.
Organizations such as CARECEN, CHIRLA (Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles), and El Rescate introduced or expanded counseling services and programs oriented toward youth in efforts to reach disadvantaged populations, at the same time initiating programs directed toward the empowerment of Central Americans and other immigrants in the United States.
The grant is providing CARECEN with computer equipment, curriculum, training, and tech support as part of LULAC's Empower Hispanic America with Technology initiative.
5 million in antidrug social services money -- to a consortium of which CARECEN was a key member and instigator.
Heller Ehrman has received numerous awards for its pro bono work, including the American Bar Association Pro Bono Publico Award; the Law Firm Award of Merit from the Legal Aid Association of California; the California State Bar President's Pro Bono Service Award for Northern California; the Outstanding Law Firm in Public Service award from the Bar Association of San Francisco, and an award from CARECEN in recognition of its Los Angeles office's work on behalf of the rights of Central American immigrants in the United States.
The Initiative, announced at a community fair hosted by CARECEN, the Central American Refugee Center, offers reduced downpayments, greater underwriting flexibilities and joint ownership with family members - all features that will help immigrants become homeowners and integral members of the economic and social life of their communities.
The largest Central American community center in the nation, CARECEN focuses its efforts on the empowerment of Latinos in Los Angeles.
La Opinion is working towards a goal of collecting 20,000 blankets for the Central American Coalition of Los Angeles - CARECEN, which will be in charge of distributing these blankets in the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Mitch.
She also serves on the boards of the Venice Family Clinic, CARECEN (Central American Refugee Center), the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, CORO Foundation and New Direction for News.
ARCO Executive Vice President Jim Middleton will present CARECEN (the Central American Refugee Center) a check for $800,000.
A $800,000 grant to CARECEN (Central American Resource Center), a multiservice center for Central American immigrants in the Pico-Union district.