Bilingual Non-Profits

Here is a list of non-profit organizations organized by state, that offer services at no-or-low-cost for legal, mental health, education, community and/or medical services for the public. We cannot guarantee that services will be granted or of quality. Please call to verify services.

If you own a non-profit and provide free or low-cost services in Spanish, please submit your information for review. Only 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations will be accepted onto this list.

  • Momentum (La Selva Group)

    Palo Alto, California
    6506178350 | https://thelaselvagroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Community-Clinic.pdf | English & Spanish

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health

    Cost to Receive Services

    FREE

    Cost Requirements

    Live, Work, or go to School in Santa Clara County (call for eligibility)

    Description

    Counseling and Psychiatric Services
  • La Puerta Abierta/The Open Door

    PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania
    (610) 745-1952 | https://lpa-theopendoor.org/ | All clinicians are bilingual in Spanish/English

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health

    Cost to Receive Services

    Free

    Cost Requirements

    Our services are free and available to Latinx immigrant community members who are Spanish speaking and uninsured/cannot access insurance

    Description

    La Puerta Abierta works to ensure access to mental health support for the Latinx immigrant community in the Philadelphia area through training, collaboration, and the provision of free mental health services, including individual, family and group counseling, and support services for recently arrived immigrant youth and immigrant workers impacted by workplace sexual violence and/or labor trafficking. Our services are provided by licensed clinicians and masters level interns under the supervision of licensed clinicians.
  • With Open Arms Inc.

    Middletown, New York
    646-244-3811 | Spanish Speaking/ Hablamos Espanol

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health, Community (i.e. food/clothes banks, education, job training, etc.), Information

    Cost to Receive Services

    Free Community Services/ Sliding Scale for Therapy Services within Orange County, NY
  • Victims Assistance Services - WestCop

    Greater Westchester Area, New York
    914-345-3113 | http://www.westcop.org | Spanish

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health, Social, Community (i.e. food/clothes banks, education, job training, etc.), Legal, Information, Helpline

    Cost to Receive Services

    Free

    Cost Requirements

    Call to inquire

    Description

    Services provided to any adult, teen or child affected, directly or indirectly, by domestic or dating violence, rape or sexual assault, stalking, homicide or DWI, elder abuse, child abuse, physical assault, bullying (including cyber-bullying), harassment and hate crimes, sex and/or labor trafficking, physical assault, burglary, identity theft, and other crimes. Services include: • 24-hour Rape Crisis Helpline • Specialized Trauma Therapies in EMDR, • Support and Therapy Groups • Accompaniment and Advocacy throughout the criminal justice process from initial police report through court process and all follow up support and services; Victim • Impact Statement and VINE registration (in the event of a successful prosecution) • Assistance obtaining Orders of Protection and accessing shelter • Assistance completing OVS (NYS Office for Victim Services) applications for Victim Compensation and Emergency OVS awards (for HIV prophylactic medications) • Assistance with filing for OVS funeral expense compensation for victims of homicide • Referrals to specialized legal assistance through partner agencies for victims of domestic and/or sexual violence and undocumented crime victims

    Notes

    Instagram: WestCopVAS
  • Center for Child and Family Services

    Hampton , Virginia
    757-838-1960 | http://kidsandfamilies.com/ | Yes

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health, Social, Community (i.e. food/clothes banks, education, job training, etc.), Information

    Cost to Receive Services

    Free/Pay Scale

    Cost Requirements

    Proof of income and household size

    Description

    The Hispanic Outreach Program at Center for Child and Family Services provides trauma-informed mental health services that include substance abuse counseling, domestic violence services, couples therapy, parent support, supervised visitation, and child abuse treatment. Our bilingual staff is ready and willing to serve the Latinx community in and around Hampton Roads, VA. El Programa de Alcance Hispano en el Centro de Servicios Infantiles y Familiares brinda servicios de salud mental informados sobre el trauma que incluyen consejería para el abuso de sustancias, servicios para la violencia doméstica, terapia para parejas, manutención para padres, visitas supervisadas y tratamiento de abuso infantil. Nuestro personal bilingüe está listo y dispuesto a servir a la comunidad Latinx en Hampton Roads, VA y sus alrededores.
  • St.Joseph Center

    Venice, California
    310-396-6468 | https://stjosephctr.org | Spanish

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health, Social, Community (i.e. food/clothes banks, education, job training, etc.), Information

    Cost to Receive Services

    Non-traditional approach

    Description

    Non-traditional approach to mental health for undocumented or low income individuals free of charge. Individual therapy and group therapy available
  • Vista Del Mar Child & Family Services

    Los Angeles, California
    310-836-1223 x500 | Spanish

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health

    Cost to Receive Services

    Free with Medi-cal

    Description

    Child Mental Health
  • Stanford Youth Solutions

    Sacramento, California
    916-344-0199 | https://www.youthsolutions.org | Spanish availability

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health, Social

    Cost to Receive Services

    Medi-Cal mental health services

    Description

    Mental health counseling and evidenced based practices such as TF-CBT, PCIT and FFT
  • Center for Community Solutions

    San Diego, California
    858-272-5777 | https://www.ccssd.org | Bilingual in every office

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health, Community (i.e. food/clothes banks, education, job training, etc.), Legal, Information, Helpline, Shelter

    Cost to Receive Services

    No Cost

    Cost Requirements

    Anywhere in San Diego County free services

    Description

    Hotline, Counseling, Legal, Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy, Sexual Assault Víctima Advocacy, Emergency and Long-Term Shelter services for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence and/Sexual Assault and/or Stalking
  • Casa de Esperanza

    Yuba City, CA, California
    530. 674.5400 | https://www.facebook.com/Casa-de-Esperanza-Yuba-City-126397237518177/ | Spanish

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health, Information, Helpline, Shelter

    Cost to Receive Services

    Free

    Cost Requirements

    Client must reside in Yuba County, Sutter County, or Colusa County.

    Description

    Intimate Partner Violence; Sexual Assault; Child Abuse; Human Trafficking; Counseling; Housing; Referrals; Crisis Line; Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

Thank you to the following volunteers who assisted in gathering the information here: Yuritzi Serrano-Gomez, Claudia Rueda, Cecilia Gomez, Nicole Serrano, Katheryn Perez, Jasmine Marcucci, Lupita Chavez, Jazmine Ortiz, Shantal Rodriguez, Marisol Perez, Cynthia Gable, Julie with Aguian, Silvia Rodriguez, Stephanie Oldano & Victoria Rios.