El Comite provides a diverse range of bilingual/bi-cultural human services to the Longmont, Boulder County and surrounding communities. Direct services include
- Case management
- Information and referral
- Conflict resolution and mediation
- Immigrant information
- Youth intervention
- Diverse cultural programs.
Advocacy and/or educational training programs are provided in areas relating to criminal justice, parental involvement in their students' education, employment, health, housing, legal matters, social/cultural conflicts, senior needs, and youth intervention. El Comite bridges the language gap by providing English/Spanish translation and interpretation. El Comite also offers services through 'guest case workers' from agencies who are present at the office during regular hours each week:
- Longmont Senior Center
- City of Longmont Office of Community Relations
- Youth Services of the City of Longmont
- Visiting attorneys
To improve the social justice, education, and economic status of the Latino and non-Latino people of Longmont, Boulder County and surrounding communities. El Comité also facilitates communication and understanding between Latinos and non-Latinos in the community.
El Comite was founded on August 16, 1980 as a response to the police shooting deaths of two young Latino men in Longmont, Jeffrey Cordova and Juan Luis Garcia. El Comite arose to galvanize the grief, frustration, and outrage of the Latino Community into a powerful, coherent and civil- minded call to action, to advocate for the rights of Latinos and improve community relations. El Comite has a long and steady history of service to Longmont and Boulder County.
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