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What We Do

The Latino Healthcare Forum (LHCF) is an Austin, Texas based nonprofit organization concerned with reducing racial and ethnic health disparities. We provide educational outreach and healthcare enrollment assistance for the uninsured and underinsured seeking to obtain coverage through the Affordable Care Act. In addition, we train community members to become healthcare workers or “promotores” and connect vulnerable populations with health resources

We strive to provide vulnerable populations access to comprehensive, culturally competent, quality primary healthcare services. We aim to organize and sustain a powerful consumer voice to ensure that all individuals and communities can influence healthcare decisions. 

Our Vision and Goals
Our vision is a nation free of disparities in health and healthcare.

Our goals include:
1. Supporting a positive transformation of the healthcare system and building a high-value healthcare system that requires insuring the uninsured, making coverage more secure for those who have it and improving the quality of care for all. 
2. Helping to strengthen the healthcare infrastructure and workforce by addressing the critical shortage of medical personnel including community health workers. 
3. Advancing the health, safety and well-being for vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations.

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