Trainers: Rose Nava, LMSW, MPH

3.75 Cultural Social Work CEUs Pending Approval (Also Accepted by NM Counseling Board)

New Mexico is a “majority- minority” state, meaning more than half the population self-identifies as what is considered a minority in the United States. Yet, the same unequitable health outcomes and systemic racism exists for minority populations in New Mexico as nationwide, meaning that more than half the people in the state have been historically excluded from equal opportunities to meet their full potential through equal access and fair treatment of services that have been set up to serve them.

In this 4-hour introductory workshop, participants will learn why culturally, and linguistically appropriate services (CLAS) are needed, what the CLAS standards are, common barriers, and implementation strategies within complex systems.  

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