The Brevard Hispanic Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving the needs of the Latino and broader community along the Space Coast. We strive to provide free services and opportunities for families and people of low income in the areas of education, health, housing, domestic assistance, immigration, financial empowerment, and employment.
We believe that a desire for understanding and a respect of different nationalities and cultures are common threads woven into the fabric of our shared human experience, uniting us all. To that end, every initiative the Brevard Hispanic Center carries out focuses on doing the most to help those in need, regardless of ethnicity. Multiculturalism and inclusion are the two biggest priorities of this center in its role as a bridge between individual needs and the organizations that can provide the right solutions.
The Brevard Hispanic Center’s mission consists of contributing to the creation of a more just society without poverty, where all persons, families, and communities have the opportunity to develop their talents and can fully exercise and enjoy their rights. As a result, this organization plays a role in offering charitable assistance with an emphasis on encouraging and promoting multicultural integration and personalized assistance in the areas of health, education, housing, family assistance, immigration, employment, and financial development.
Having access to many of these services is not an easy task. Nevertheless, this organization serves as an intermediary in order to obtain indispensable resources through various programs and institutions willing to collaborate with those who are incorporating themselves into the American way of life.
Through the English Language Integration Program (ELI), the Brevard Hispanic Center in partnership with Brevard Public Schools Adult Education Program offers English classes in order to help hurdle the language barriers that block the academic and job performance of hundreds of young people and adults. In cooperation with volunteers and participating schools from the Brevard Public Schools system, this program also contributes by improving and developing the talents of high school and college students enabling them to seize opportunities available to them by applying to local, national, and international scholarships.
The DelaCruz Volunteer Health Clinic at the Brevard Hispanic Center oers free health assistance through its clinic to people of low-income who do not have health insurance. According to the patient’s health condition, this organization will gather the necessary resources through alliances with institutions and doctor volunteers so that the appropriate attention will be provided without the worry of not having the nances to pay for such services. The center oers appointments on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm at its location.
By providing help to unemployed people through resume building, interview training, licensing, and networking with potential employers, this organization makes the job hunt a faster and more streamlined process.
Please visit us:
4670 Babcock Street #5
Palm Bay, FL 32905