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Statistics 2018-08-27T22:44:10+00:00

Providing direct services to our community.

Service Statistics

The Latino Learning Center provided direct services to 1,762 unduplicated service recipients during calendar year 2009 as outlined below: -Provided 882 families with six hours of Homebuyer Education class instruction and a minimum of two hours of one-on-one counseling to assist them in preparing them for purchasing a home. Ninety two (92) families have completed the process of purchasing a home. -Provided vocational training to 160 students. One hundred five (105) students completed the 150- hour air conditioning repair program and fifty-five (55) students completed the 300 hour residential electricity wiring program. -Provided 60 students with ESL instruction through four levels of competency. -Operated through separate non-profit affiliate’s two (2) elderly housing communities serving 110 low-income elderly families with affordable housing that met all HUD regulatory programs and housing quality standards. -Provided 722 Spanish-speaking callers with information and referral services to appropriate social service agencies. -Partnered with City Council District I James Rodriguez to sponsor community events including an annual Family Day At the Park and Children’s Christmas Party benefiting low-income children in our community. Partnered with District 145 State Representative Carol Alvarado to provide low-income families with gifts and a Holiday Festival at the University of Houston. The LLC has focused its limited resources on providing services to low-income residents of Houston’s communities. Particular emphasis has been placed at addressing gaps in services for adult education and services to the elderly and disabled communities. All of our classes are Bilingual (English / Spanish) and are taught by experienced instructors.

Aggregate Service Level

1979- 2018

  • Vocational Training / 6,200

  • Computer Training / 388
  • Clerical Training / 911
  • ESL / 860
  • Adult Day Care / 880
  • Homebuyer Education / 1,565
  • Elderly Housing / 1,944
  • Heat Relieve Program / 464
  • Referrals / 8,500
  • GRAND TOTAL / 21,712