Latino Learning Center
The Latino Learning Center, Inc. is a non-profit organization that has proudly served the Greater Houston area for more than 31 years. Our mission is to provide educational and human support services to Houston communities with an emphasis on adult education and services to the elderly and disabled.
The Latino Learning Center was founded in October 1979 when it acquired as a gift a dilapidated 21,300 square foot building. An average of 450 adults a year receive training in our various vocational and educational programs.
In 1985, the Latino Learning Center became the first Hispanic community agency to developed HUD assisted housing for the low-income elderly. 110 units of elderly housing have been developed to date. We also established a state-licensed adult day care program in 1995. The program serves elderly and disabled clients to maintain their independent living.
Instituto del Progreso Latino (Instituto) of Chicago, Illinois was incorporated in 1977 to meet the needs of Latino immigrants to learn English, find employment, accustom their children to the U.S. educational systems, and adjust to life in Chicago in a myriad of ways.Read More