Q: Do you serve only the Hispanic Community?
A: Although our primary clientele is the Hispanic Community, the organization services anyone who needs assistance through our programs.
Q: I think I'm a victim of domestic violence, can you help me?
A: If you feel you or anyone you know may be a victim of domestic violence, contact the 24 hour Domestic Violence Confidential Hotline at (716) 481-8867, or simply call or come to our agency during regular business hours.
Q: I am homeless/I am about to be homeless, can you help me?
A: Hispanics United has a vast amount of case managers ready to assist in emergency services. We can offer services to find shelter and apply for assistance in finding an apartment.
Q: I want to get my General Education Diploma (GED), where do I start?
A: To begin, call or come to the agency and ask for Rafael Gonzalez, the Academic Specialist at (716) 856-7110 during regular business hours. He will inform you of everything you need to get started. Note: GED at our agency is currently offered in Spanish only.
Q: Where can I take English classes?
A: There are two sessions from Adult Learning Center that run at our agency from 9 am to 12 pm Monday to Friday and Tuesday and Thursday from 4 pm to 7 pm.
Q: I need help finding a job, can you help me?
A: Yes, but there are eligibility requirements that need to be met. Please contact the Educational Resources Manager Adriana Gonzales-O'Dell at (716) 856-7110 to see if you qualify.
Q: I would like to get involved, how can I volunteer?
A: Volunteers are always welcomed! Visit the Intern/Volunteer link to learn how to become involved.
"The Latino population is Buffalo's poorest, 43.4 percent with income below poverty level."
- 2009 US Census Bureau