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Events, Publications, and Resources
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Esperanza Health Centers is making some changes in service effective Wednesday, April 1.
Mar 31, 2020
Completing the census is easy, safe, and important! When you don’t complete the census, your community loses money for schools, parks, clinics, hospitals, and other services that keep everyone safe and healthy.
Mar 10, 2020
ResourcesUpdated March 25, 2020
Esperanza is closely monitoring the ongoing developments about COVID-19, otherwise known as coronavirus.
Mar 09, 2020
Capping a trajectory of excellence and hope that began in 2004, Esperanza finally realized its long-awaited dream of opening a new health center in Brighton Park.
Mar 09, 2020
The Department of Homeland Security is attempting to dramatically increase immigration-related fees by as much as 83%, a move that would make it difficult for many people to adjust their status to become green card holders or naturalized citizens.
Dec 12, 2019
Statement from Latino Healthcare Leaders and Practitioners in Support of Mayor Lightfoot's Mental Health Plan
As Latino leaders and practitioners in healthcare in Chicago, we strongly support Mayor Lightfoot’s Framework for Mental Health Equity. It would extend services to our communities far more effectively than adding more City-run mental health clinics.
Nov 18, 2019
From the beginning, Esperanza’s mission has been to deliver health and hope to Chicago’s underserved communities.
Mar 20, 2019
The Trump Administration wants us to believe that its revised “public charge” rule, penalizing lawful immigrants for utilizing noncash benefits such as Medicaid, SNAP (fo
Nov 20, 2018
Make sure your little ones are protected by staying up to date on immunizations! This document contains the vaccine schedule for babies and provides information on the diseases prevented by each vaccine.
May 31, 2018
AnnouncementsAt Esperanza, we believe every person has a right to high-quality and accessible health care.
But for thousands of people who live in Brighton Park, Gage Park, Back of the Yards and Archer Heights, access to quality care can be hard to come by.