National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC

Universidad Central del Caribe
Laurel, Av. Sta. Juanita
Bayamon, PR 00960
United States

National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC

Our mission is to provide high-quality training and technical assistance to improve the capacity of the workforce serving Hispanic and Latino communities in behavioral health prevention, treatment, and recovery. We disseminate and support the implementation of evidence-based and promising practices to enhance service delivery, promote the growth of a diverse, culturally competent workforce, and bridge access to quality behavioral health services. We are committed to increasing health equity and access to effective culturally and linguistically grounded approaches.



Increased Risks for IPV in Latinas During the COVID-19 Pandemic


Free Webinar 5/7: THINK Trauma for Latinos




Clinical Applications of Cultural Elements: Cultural Case Formulation and Assessment

This guide was prepared by the National Hispanic and Latino Mental Health Technology Transfer Center



Clinical Innovations in Telehealth: Providing Culturally Relevant Telehealth Services to the Latino…

COVID-19 has impacted so many individuals physically, psychologically, socially and financially.



Considering Culture in the Diagnosis of Mental Health Disorders Among Guatemalan Children, Youths,…

This one and half-hour online session will provide information on the integration of the Hispanic


Mental Health Issues Among Older Hispanic and Latino Adults in the United States

Mental Health Issues among Older Hispanic and Latino Adults in the United States is a fact sheet based on the webinar; Older Latinos in the U.S.

CBT Telehealth Adaptations for Providers of Mental Health Care for Latino Populations

Due to the need for many mental health providers to transition to online service delivery as a result of COVID-19, this webinar will provide

Best Practices for Mental Health Interpreters Working with Hispanic and Latinos

Research has shown that individual outcomes are better, program compliance is higher, and organizations decrease staff time spent and complete

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Responding to COVID19 Events

Training for Hispanic and Latino Service Providers During the Pandemic Emergency