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Covid-19 Response Initiative
Rosy Mota
(832) 643-5875
Response Director

Program Description

The Latino Community COVID-19 Response Initiative is committed to preventing, controlling, and stopping the spread of COVID-19 in the northeast part of the Bronx by providing direct servies and through partnership with local organizations.

The Initiative actively seeks partners in health. Partners organizations can benefit from resources and technical assistance and their clients can put to good use the services the Initiative provides. Partners can be nonprofit organizations, government agencies, charities, medical facilities or any entity that serves the community.

The Latino Community COVID-19 Response Initiative has on staff culturally competent and multilingual health workers, case managers and patient navigators who live in the community and understand the community.

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Community Assistance:

• Delivery of PPE
• Covid-19 vaccines
• Covid-19 tests
• Covid-19 educational sessions
• Navigation services

Partnership Activities:

• Co-hosting a COVID-19 vaccine mobile unit
• Co-hosting a COVID-19 educational training
• Linkage to resources and referrals for your clients on:
→ Medical, social and welfare services
→ STI education and screening
→ HIV prevention, education and counseling

The Initiative can also provide local organizations with tailored technical assistance upon request. For more information contact

Anti-Stigma Training Institute
Through mobile vaccination units, the program partners with local organizations to provides the vaccine vaccinations at accessible locations.

World AIDS Day
The program conducts outreach and education to communities and populations most vulnerable in the Bronx.

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