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First State Hispanics face many barriers to mental health care

It’s a typical Tuesday at the Latin American Community Center (LACC) in Wilmington, the place many Hispanics in New Castle County turn to when they have a problem.

Today and every day, the list of challenges is long and often complex. To read the full article, click here, and to learn more about our Latino Counseling emphasis, click here.

 
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