Latino Community Mental Health Concentration

The Latino Community Mental Health concentration prepares students who plan to work in community, pastoral, and social services within the Latino community. The Spanish language skills and cultural competency will help students to pursue their professional goals in community and mental health areas as they attempt to break through language and cultural barriers.

What are my career paths?

  • Mental health/substance abuse counseling
  • Family care/domestic violence case management
  • Medical healthcare case manager
  • Bilingual legal advocacy
  • School-based support programs

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For more information

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