The Lansing Latino Health Alliance (LLHA) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit established in 2003 with funding from the Ingham County Health Department and the Kellogg Community Voices Project. LLHA’s purpose is to reduce health disparities and improve the health status of Latinos in the Greater Lansing area.
La Alianza Latina para la Salud de Lansing, S.A. fue fundada en el 2003 mediante el apoyo económico del Departamento de Salud del Condado Ingham y del Proyecto de Kellogg Voces de la Comunidad. Fue integrada como una organización sin fines de lucro en el 2007 con el propósito de reducir las disparidades e injusticias con respecto a la salud y mejorar el estado de la salud de los latinos en el área de Lansing y sus alrededores.
OUTSTANDING LATINO CAREGIVER AWARDs
The Lansing Latino Health Alliance has established an award at McLaren Greater Lansing Hospital and at Sparrow Hospital to recognize outstanding Latino / Hispanic Caregivers.
The award is designed to annually identify members of hospital teams who provide exemplary service and contribute significantly to the life of a patient. READ MORE. . .
IMMIGRATION SCAM -- Public Service Announcement
Please be advised of an immigration scam occurring in Lansing.
A client received a phone call yesterday from (619) 432-0272 claiming to be Brian Mendez, immigration chief of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Caller requested my client to pay $400+ for English class or he would be picked up by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and/or local police. Caller stated a case number and provided the phone number of Carina Rodriguez of the "Superior Court of California" at (619) 383-0445.
If you dial the first number, the recording announces that it is USCIS, very believable. This is a government impostor. The other number is no different- both fakes.
Immigrants are especially vulnerable and fearful at this time, given the Executive Orders being enforced.
Please help stop the scam by warning vulnerable individuals.
P. Pamela Davies, Esq.
Immigration and Nationality Lawyer
McGinty, Hitch, Housefield, Person, Yeadon & Anderson, P.C.
601 Abbot Road
East Lansing, Michigan 48823
Caring For Type 2 Diabetes...
Hispanic Health Snapshot
Alcohol Use -- Abuse
How safe are they?
Daily walking exercise. . .
REDUCE SODIUM IN CHILDREN's DIET
Lowering sodium in children's diets today can help prevent heart disease tomorrow, especially for those who are overweight. The taste for salt is established through diet at a young age. Parents and caregivers can help lower sodium by influencing the way foods are produced, sold, prepared, and served.
LEARN how to reduce sodium in children's diet HERE.
Questions for your physician
|Consejos de salud para ti. . .
Depression is a serious medical illness that involves the brain. It's more than just a feeling of being "down in the dumps" or "blue" for a few days. If you are one of the more than 20 million people in the United States who have depression, the feelings do not go away. They persist and interfere with your everyday life. Symptoms can include: FINISH READING. . .
Information for Expectant Parents
Expectant parents are encouraged to learn about "banking" some cord blood of their new born. Get information from the Cord Blood Banking Center HERE
Nutrition Bars & Shakes: Healthful???
Weight Tip Sheets for Latinos
See Tip Sheet here
10 GOOD SNACKS FOR TYPE 2 DIABETES
EASY LUNCHES FOR DIABETICS
Sabes mantener a los niños con un peso saludable??
Our "Bilingual Health Information & Resource Guide" is now available on-line. It can be searched by 'Specialities' and by 'Health Providers.' Access it under the menu RESOURCES > Health Providers.
Health Providers or organizations currently not included may be listed by registering HERE