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Prenatal & Early Childhood Education

La Alianza Hispana (LAH) is a community-based nonprofit serving Boston’s Latino community. Our goal: To empower individuals and families, strengthen communities, and develop leaders through high-quality education and social services, advocacy, and community organizing.   LAH’s Prenatal and Early Childhood Education program consists of two initiatives focused on improving health and education of children ages 0 to 5 by educating young mothers and families via culturally-competent public health (maternal/child) programs. For more Information click here. Read more...


Program and Services


Throughout the years, La Alianza Hispana, inc. has served over 35,000 Massachusetts residents remaining a symbol of hope for many individuals and families. The following is a list of programs and services we provide on a year round basis. Each one of these programs need to be funded every year in order for us to continue to serve the community. La Alianza Hispana administers a total of three mejor programs:

Family Support Services

La Alianza Hispana's Mental Health and Public Health Programs focus on good social and emotional health of the Latino families across their life span.

Adult and Elder Services

La Alianza’s Adult and Elder programs enable elders to continue to live in their homes, manage their finances, and increase their access to essential services, cultural, economic, and physical barriers.

Education and Workforce Development Services

La Alianza Hispana was founded on the premise that English language services were critical for Latinos to succeed. Since then our Education and Workforce Development programs have been playing a vital role in creating and enhancing the economic opportunities for thousands of Boston area immigrants.


Adolescent Health Initiative

 Cuídate!, a culturally-based program designed to prevent pregnancy and promote safer sex decisions, including abstinence, and correct condom use focusing on adolescents in Boston, Chelsea Lawrence and other communities with a high percentage of Latino youth. for more info Click Here