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Latinos in the deep South logo Erik Valera
Program Director

South Carolina Roundtable

June 4, 2008

Midlands Training Center
8301 Farrow Road, Columbia

South Carolina has experienced a rapid increase in its Latino population in recent years, which shows few signs of abating. For AIDS service provider agencies, this sudden influx has presented challenges as they struggle to formulate appropriate prevention strategies, reach affected persons and provide care. They often face linguistic and cultural barriers in forging ties with an unfamiliar and unusually transient population. Bilingual professionals are hard to recruit even when resources are available to support them.

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• Latino Commission on AIDS/Latinos in the Deep South
• Alabama Department of Public Health HIV/AIDS Division & Office of Minority Health


• Catawba Care Coalition
• South Carolina Hispanic/Latino Health Coalition
• Acercamiento Hispano
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