Building bridges with our neighbors to enhance welcoming, diverse, and strong communities in Yamhill County, Oregon

 

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UNIDOS is a diverse and welcoming nonprofit organization. We advocate for Latino immigrant families
and build bridges of support and understanding among Latino and non-Latino communities
in rural Yamhill County, Oregon.

With many dedicated volunteers and a small and energetic staff, we achieve our goals through education, leadership development, active collaboration, and relationships built on the respect of each other’s story.

What We Do

Citizenship Classes

Free classes to prepare for the USCIS citizenship test in U.S. history and government

Latinx Professionals Network

Networking, support, and professional development for Latinos in Yamhill County

Policy Advocacy

Support of immigrant families through advocacy at local, state, and federal levels of government

Law Enforcement Relations Team

Improving communications, interaction, and understanding with law enforcement for the safety of all in the community

Latinas: Together in Community

Small group workshops for Latina women for education, support, community involvement, and leadership development.

Latino Foro (Forums)

Evening educational gatherings on important and timely topics for Spanish-speakers.

Latino Advocacy Coalition

Coalition of organizations, schools, and businesses to enhance communication, collaboration, and advocacy in provision
of services.

Nuestras Voces (Our Voices)

Dedicated to gathering and preserving the life stories of Yamhill County’s Latino communities

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