One of the primary responsibilities for SINA, in a multifaceted strategy, is to engage, sustain, and when needed, strengthen the community bonds the organization has forged over the last 30 years. This is achieved in a variety of different neighborhood based arenas. Through our efforts to work with residents, community leaders, and partner organizations, SINA is assured of continuing as a proactive stakeholder in its three target neighborhoods, and beyond their borders.

Revolución de Nutrición” (Healthy Latino Cooking Show) is a project of SINA, Billings Forge Community Works and El Show de Analeh, with financial support provided by Hartford Hospital and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Read More

 

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HEALTH SPOTLIGHT: United Technologies Family Resource Center (2016 Year in Review)
The United Technologies Family Resource Center is dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of our patients and families through family-centered care, education, and support. All patients and families are welcome to use the UTC Family Resource Center and its services during their experience at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Read more

 

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FEATURED BUSINESS: BiCi Co. (2016 Year in Review)
CLP’s BiCi Co program opened its doors in June 2015. Anthony Cherolis believes the “great thing about a bicycle is that you can use it to teach everything from bicycling history to engineering,” which aligns with the Center for Latino Progresses overall educational mission. Read more

 

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Community Engagement Brings New Resources to the Community (2016 Year in Review)
Conversations between neighbors are a necessary component of creating a healthy community that is able to advocate for its specific interests. Read more