5400 Pomona Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90022
Year established: 1994
2003 expenditures: $10.99 million
2003 revenues: $11.69 million
Mission: To provide children and their families in Southern California with the best quality family-based treatment services, while helping parents enhance their capacity to help themselves and their children to improve their quality of life.
Service area: Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside counties
President/CEO: Norma Duque-Acosta
15. La Casa de Don Pedro Inc.
75 Park Ave.
Newark, NJ 07104
Year established: 1972
2003 expenditures: $10.08 million
2003 revenues: $10.25 million
Mission: To foster self-sufficiency, empowerment of residents and the revitalization of the neighborhoods.
Service area: Northern Newark as well as parts of Essex county.
Executive director: Raymond Ocasio
16. The Spanish Speaking Unity Council of Alameda County
1900 Fruitvale Avenue, Suite 2A
Oakland, CA 94601
Year established: 1964
2003 expenditures: $9.71 million
2003 revenues: $14.73 million
Mission: To help build the assets of families and low-income communities through a comprehensive program of sustainable physical, economic, and social development.
CEO: Arabella Martinez
17. Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
8415 Datapoint Dr. Suite 400
San Antonio, TX 78229
Year established: 1986
2003 expenditures: $9.28 million
2003 revenues: $8.93 million
Mission: To promote the development of member colleges and universities; initiate and support measures which improve access to and the quality of post-secondary educational opportunities for Hispanic students; and to meet the needs of business, industry, and government through the development and sharing of resources, information, and expertise.
Service area: Nationwide, Puerto Rico, Latin America and Spain
President/CEO: Antonio R. Flores, Ph.D.
18. Asociacion De Puertorriquenos En Marcha Inc.
2147 N. 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Year established: 1970
2003 expenditures: $8.66 million
2003 revenues: $8.30 million
Mission: To promote the welfare and empowerment to all those of the greater Philadelphia area. We do this by providing behavioral and health services; child welfare services; family support services; substance abuse treatment for adults and youth; housing and economic development; emergency shelter services for families and children; child care services; and affordable housing for low-income families and individuals with special needs.
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