Local organizations that are part of the Latino Health Council in Madison, Wisconsin. 

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ABC for Health, Inc.  


Contact: Anna Kaminski, Bilingual Health Benefits Counser Manager
Address: 32 North Bassett St Madison, WI 53703
Phone: 608-261-6939 x 216 
Email: akaminski@safetyweb.org

Advocacy and Benefits Counseling for Health, Inc., is a Wisconsin-based, nonprofit public interest law firm dedicated to ensuring health care access for children and families, particularly those with special needs or who are at risk. ABC for Health's mission is to provide health care consumers with the information, advocacy tools, legal services, and expert support they need to navigate America's complex and confusing health care financing system. 

Access Community Health Centers


Contact: Martha Saucedo, LCSW 
Address: 2202 South Park Street Madison, WI 53713
Phone: 608-443-5480
Email: martha.saucedo@accesshealthwi.org

Access serves the region’s most vulnerable populations; the uninsured and underinsured. In addition to medical, dental, pharmacy services and mental health care, we also provide assistance form benefits counselors, resource specialists and interpreters.

Agrace Inc.


Contact: Brenda González
Address: 5395 East Cheryl Parkway Madison, WI 53711
Phone: 608.276.4660

Agrace provides care for patients with a wide range of life-limiting conditions including but not limited to heart, liver, lung or kidney disease; Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s; stroke; ALS; AIDS or cancer. Agrace will work with you to develop a treatment plan for your physical and emotional pain and symptoms. If your physician has predicted a life expectancy of six months or less, you are eligible to receive hospice services.

ARCW - AIDS Resource Center of WI


Contact: Meghan Rentschler 
Address: 600 Williamson St., Ste H Madison, WI 53703 
Email: Meghan.Rentschler@arcw.org

AIDS Network provides integrated prevention and care services in Dane County and southern Wisconsin. Our mission is to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS, provide services, safeguard the rights of those infected, and educate the public. Services are provided free of charge. All information about those receiving services is considered confidential.

Canopy Center 


Contact: Noelia Breitman, LPC
Phone: 608-729-1123
Address: 1457 E. Washington Avenue, Suite 102 Madison, WI 53703
Email: noeliab@canopycenter.org

The mission of Canopy Center is to prevent child abuse and neglect, strengthen families, and promote healing of those affected by abuse. Our programs include the Oasis family sexual abuse treatment program, the Parent Srtressline (608-241-2221), CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) and the Parent to Child family interaction pilot program.  

Centro Hispano of Dane County 


Contact: Karen Menéndez Coller
Phone: 608-255-3018
Address: 810 West Badger Road Madison, WI 53713
Email: karen@micentro.org 

Centro Hispano of Dane County exists to empower Latinos to be full and active participants in the community and to promote and preserve knowledge of and pride in Latino culture and heritage. 

Epilepsy Foundation Heart of Wisconsin


Contact: Art Taggart – Executive Director
Phone: (608) 442-5555
Address: 1302 Mendota St, Suite 100 Madison, WI 53714
Email: ataggart@wisc.edu

The Epilepsy Foundation serves individuals dealing with recurring seizures. By providing advocacy and community-based education programs, we hope to enhance the quality of life for individuals affected by epilepsy.  For more information on seizures and epilepsy contact the Epilepsy Spanish Hotline at (866) 748-8008.

Gilda’s Club Madison Wisconsin


Contact: Kirsten Norslien, Program Director
Phone: 608-828-8880
Address: 7907 UW Health Ct. Middleton, WI 53562
Email: program@gildasclubmadison.org

Gilda's Club Madison offers a welcoming community of FREE support for everyone touched by cancer — men, women, teens and children — along with their families and friends. Our innovative program is an essential complement to medical care, providing networking and support groups, workshops, education, and social activities.

Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin


Contact: Sara Camacho 
Phone: 608-661-7215
Address: 3051 Cahill Main, Fitchburg, WI 53711
Email: scamacho@ghcscw.com

GHC-SCW is a non-profit managed health care organization that provides the entire spectrum of health care services, including insurance, primary and specialty Care. GHC-SCW is committed to providing our members with superb care and impeccable service. In addition, GHC-SCW is deeply committed to improving the health and well being of the community.

Madison Area Midwives


Contact: Tehmina Islam, CPM, LM
Phone: 608-251-0776
Address: 2809 Commercial Avenue Madison, WI 53704

Madison and its surrounding areas are rich in maternity care options for childbearing families. Resources include doulas, childbirth educators, and midwives in every setting. Madison Area Midwives includes independent and collaborative practitioners who currently practice in the Madison area, attending women at home, in a free standing birthing center, and in the Meriter Hospital birthing center. Any of the midwives in Madison can help you determine your ideal provider and setting of choice.

Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, Inc.


Contact: Rosario Angulo  
Phone:  608-251-6587 x2
Address: 2222 S. Park St. Suite 210 Madison WI 53713

The mission of Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, Inc. is to empower all individuals to manage their sexual and reproductive health through patient services, education and advocacy. Health centers offer family planning services. We can come to your house, church, school, community based organization and facilitate educational sessions on sexuality. Public affairs defend your rights over laws that affect your ability to obtain Reproductive Justice. 

Public Health Madison & Dane County


Contact: Alia Stevenson
Phone: (608) 243-0359
Address:  210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Rm 507 Madison, WI 53703
Email: health@publichealthmdc.com 

The mission is to prevent disease and help ensure a healthy environment. We provide such services as immunization clinics, infectious disease prevention, WIC and perinatal services, breast and uterine cancer screening, restaurant licensing and food safety and services related to problems with animals. 

Rape Crisis Center


Contact: Lucia Ledesma, Bilingual Counselor/Advocate
Phone: 608-251-5126 x 26
Address: 2801 Coho Street, Suite 301 Madison, WI 53713
Email: info@danecountyrcc.org

The Rape Crisis Center (RCC) provides services to the survivors (and their family and friends) of all forms of sexual violence. These services are provided free of charge and include crisis intervention and support (24 hour Helpline and on-call Advocate/Counselors), short-term counseling, support groups, medical/legal advocacy and accompaniment, community education, and Chimera Self-Defense Designed for Women. RCC serves women, children, and men. HELPLINE 608-251-7273

SSM Health - Dean Clinic


Contact: Anne Plesh, Interpreter Services Supervisor 
Address: 1313 Fish Hatchery Rd., Madison, WI 53715 
Email: Anne_louise_plesh@ssmhc.com

With more than 40 clinics staffed with 750+ physicians and advanced practitioners, Dean Clinic focuses on the health and well-being of virtually every segment of the south central Wisconsin community. From prenatal planning to the coordination of end-of-life care, we proudly offer powerful and compassionate multi-generational health care to everyone.

SSM Health - St. Mary's Clinic


General Inquiries: Anne Plesh, Interpreter Services Supervisor  
Phone: 608-258-5666
Address: 700 S. Park St. Madison, WI 53715
Email: anne_louise_plesh@ssmhc.com 

St. Mary’s is a 370-bed hospital serving 18 counties in south-central Wisconsin. Specialties include cardiac services, neuroscience, maternal/child, emergency medicine, orthopedics and geriatrics. Other St. Mary’s facilities include the 184-bed St. Mary’s Care Center (skilled-care nursing), Adult Day Health Center, an emergency facility in Sun Prairie, a Renal Center, Sleep Center and Child Care Center. As a partner with Dean Clinic, St. Mary's is part of an integrated system of health care delivery. In 2010, St. Mary’s Hospital provided more than $45 million in programs and services that directly affect the health of our community.

Tri 4 Schools


Contact: Katie Hensel
Phone: 608-845-9879
Email: katie@tri4schools.org

Tri 4 Schools is a non-profit that encourages kids to live an active lifestyle through swimming, biking, and running events and programs that support school wellness initiatives. We offer youth triathlons, a family mud run, and an after-school training and life skills program designed to foster healthy habits for all kids.  

The Center for Patient Partnerships


General Inquiries: Lael Sheber, RN, BSN Spanish Services Coordinator
Address: 975 Bascom Mall - suite 4311 Madison, WI 53706
Phone: (608)265-6267
Email: lael@patientpartnerships.org

The Center for Patient Partnerships works with people who have been diagnosed with a serious or life threatening illness and their families. We are patient advocates who work with clients to help them make more informed medical decisions, access care, navigate employment issues, find support, and build their own self-advocacy skills as needed. All of our services are free and confidential.

UW-Madison Department of Family Medicine and Community Health 


Contact: Patricia Tellez-Giron / Robin Lankton 
Phone: 608-263-3111 / 608-265-0478
Email: patricia.tellez-giron@fammed.wisc.edu / robin.lankton@fammed.wisc.edu

The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health provides Wisconsin with remarkable patient care, outstanding education, and innovative research. We are deeply committed to improving the health of the people of Wisconsin and the nation. By working in partnership with physicians, teachers, communities, and hospitals, we provide Wisconsin families with local, accessible health care - every day. 

Unity Point Health - Meriter


Contact: Tobi Cawthra
Address: 202 S Park Street Madison, WI 53715
Phone: 608-417-5650
Email: tcawthra@meriter.com 

UnityPoint Health - Meriter provides high quality of care to residents in Madison, Dane County and surrounding communities. Services include Meriter Hospital, a nonprofit, 448 bed community hospital, offering a complete range of medical and surgical services as well as the state’s busiest birthing center, the Perinatal Center (a joint program between Meriter Hospital and University of Wisconsin School of Medicine) and level 3 neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Other services include primary care medical clinics, home health and lab services. 

U.S. Department of Labor – Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)


Contact: Leslie Ptak
Address: 4802 East Broadway Madison, Wisconsin 53716
Phone: 608-441-5388 1-800-321-OSHA (6742)
Email: Ptak.leslie@dol.gov

OSHA inspects worksites to make sure that workers are not exposed to hazards that can cause accidents or illness. An employee can call his or her local OSHA office to discuss workplace safety conditions with compliance officers and decide if they want to file a complaint. OSHA does not ask about the legal status of complainants or employers. Employers can contact OSHA for information about complying with OSHA.

UW Health


General Inquiries: Shiva Bidar-Sielaff
Phone:(608) 265-7424
Address: 600 Highland Ave. Mail Code 2460 Madison, WI 53792
Email: s.bidar-sielaff@hosp.wisc.edu

UW Health represents the academic health care entities of the University of Wisconsin-Madison: UW Medical Foundation, UW Hospital and Clinics, UW School of Medicine and Public Health, American Family Children's Hospital and UW Carbone Cancer Center. Our expert doctors are at the forefront of research, developing new treatments and training the next generation of physicians.

UW-Madison Department of Family Medicine and Community Health


Contact: Patricia Tellez-Giron
Phone: 608-263-3111
Additional contact: Robin Lankton, 608-265-0478
Email: patricia.tellez-giron@fammed.wisc.edu, robin.lankton@fammed.wisc.edu 

The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health provides Wisconsin with remarkable patient care, outstanding education, and innovative research. We are deeply committed to improving the health of the people of Wisconsin and the nation. By working in partnership with physicians, teachers, communities, and hospitals, we provide Wisconsin families with local, accessible health care - every day. 

Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired


Contact: Judith Rasmussen 
Address: 754 Williamson St., Madison WI 53703
Phone: 608-255-1166
Email: jrasmussen@wcblind.org / jlrasmus@charter.net

The mission of the Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired is to promote the dignity and independence of people in Wisconsin who are blind and visually impaired by providing services, advocating legislation, and educating the general public. WCBVI uses Pacific Interpreters ™ services. These services are provided over the telephone to help eliminate language barriers for persons wishing to access our services.

Wisconsin Medical Society 


Contact: Javier Reza, Member Services and Business Development Representative 
Address: 330 East Lakeside St., Madison, WI  53715
Phone: 608-442-3779 / 262-770-2728
Email: javier.reza@wismed.org

Representing more than 12,500 physicians statewide, the Wisconsin Medical Society is the largest physician advocacy organization in Wisconsin. A trusted health policy leader and professional development resource since 1841, the Society’s mission is to improve the health of the people of Wisconsin by supporting and strengthening physicians’ ability to practice high-quality patient care in a changing environment. 

Wisconsin Well Woman Program - Dane County and Rock County


General Inquiries: Shannon Ruiz 
Phone: 608-242-6235 
Address: 2705 E Washington Ave Madison, WI 53704
Email: sruiz@publichealthmdc.com

The Wisconsin Well Woman Program provides free breast and cervical cancer screenings for women ages 45-64 who have limited income and little or no health insurance. Women under 45 years old may be enrolled if they have a breast concern. In addition, our program provides free pelvic exams, pap tests and mammograms for eligible women.