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.

  • 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
  • Waymakers- Families First

    Santa Ana, California
    714-558-3807 | https://waymakersoc.org/ | yes

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health

    Cost to Receive Services

    Free with Medical

    Cost Requirements

    Must have Medical

    Description

    Individual, Group, and Family therapy
  • Suicide Prevention

    National
    1-800-273-8255

    Type of Services Provided

    Helpline

    Cost to Receive Services

  • Room to Talk (ASL available)

    Ann Arbor, Michigan
    734.822.0297 | http://roomtotalk.org/ | Call to inquire.

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health, American Sign Language

    Cost to Receive Services

    Some Medicaid HMO plans; Private Insurance; or pay privately, out-of-pocket

    Cost Requirements

    we do not accept what is often called “straight Medicaid.” If the only card that you have is a green card that was issued by the state of Michigan, then you likely have straight Medicaid.

    Description


    ASL
    Communication
    Depression and anxiety
    Gender identity and attraction
    Relationships
    Couples counseling
    Grief and loss
    Life transitions
    Living with disabilities
    Trauma Strengths and possibilities
  • Deaf LEAD

    Columbia, Missouri
    573) 445-5005 (V/TTY)
    (800) 380-DEAF (V/TTY)
    (573) 303-5604 (Videophone)
    TEXT: Text HAND to 839863
    | https://www.deafinc.org/deaflead/ | None

    Type of Services Provided

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

    Cost to Receive Services

    Contact to inquire

    Cost Requirements

    Contact to inquire

    Description

    provides 24-hour crisis intervention, advocacy, case management, interpreting and mental health services to Deaf, hard of hearing, DeafBlind, and late-deafened individuals who are victims of crime and their families, as well as support to individuals, agencies, and organizations providing victim services to individuals with a hearing loss.

    24-hour Deaf Crisis Line: (321) 800-3323

    Notes

    2505 West Ash Street, Columbia, Missouri 65203
  • Northwest Human Services- Connection Program for HOH

    Salem, Oregon
    503.588.5803 | http://www.northwesthumanservices.org/Connection.html

    Type of Services Provided

    Mental Health, Information

    Cost to Receive Services

    Call to inquire (Free to victims of crime)

    Cost Requirements

    Call to inquire

    Description

    Individual, family, and group counseling
    Case management
    Advocacy
    Information and referral
    Substance abuse education and referral
    Crisis intervention
    Services for Deaf victims of crime
    Use of videophone for counseling sessions


    The Connection staff facilitates services with NWHS’ other programs including the West Salem Medical and Dental Clinics and the Crisis and Information Hotline. Staff also make and facilitate appropriate referrals with outside agencies when needed

    Notes

    Email: info@nwhumanservices.org

    Connection offers services at no charge to Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing clients who have been victims of crime. If you have been, or know someone who is deaf and has been a victim of a crime, Connection staff can provide crisis intervention, counseling, case management, and advocacy services, as well as assistance in applying for victims’ benefits.

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.