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Name: HISPANIC AMERICAN COUNCIL INC
Alternate/Previous Name: Hispanic American Council, The Council, or HAC
Mailing Label: Hispanic American Council Inc.
ATTN: Lori Mercedes
Location:
930 Lake St
Kalamazoo, MI 49001
Mailing Address:
930 Lake St
Kalamazoo, MI 49001
Phone: 269-385-6279 (Office)
FAX: 269-385-2803
Email: lori@hispanicamericancouncil.org
Website(s): http://www.hispanicamericancouncil.org 
Personnel: Lori Mercedes-Santiago, Executive Director; Adam Poole, Program Coordinator; Adrian Vazquez, Caseworker/Community Organizer; Johnnie Berry, Project HOPE Coordinator.
Hours: M, T, TR 9:00am - 5:00pm; W 9:00am - 6:00pm; F 9:00am - 1:00pm.
Goal: Empower the Hispanic and Latino community to build self-sufficiency and gain greater access to community resources.
Services: Hispanic Liaison Service, Women’s Health, Mental Health Counseling, Employment Building, Education, ESL, Translation and Interpretation, Mediation, Credit Union Services, Early Childhood Education, Adult Education.
Area Served: Southwest Michigan.
Eligibility: Open to all regardless of ethnic background.
Sources of support: Kalamazoo Community Foundation; The Irving S. Gilmore Foundation; individual donors.
Subjects: EMPLOYMENT  CITIZENSHIP  ENGLISH LANGUAGE - STUDY AND TEACHING - FOREIGN SPEAKERS  LITERACY  MINORITY GROUPS  READING  HISPANIC AMERICANS  SPANISH LANGUAGE  TUTORS AND TUTORING  SCHOLARSHIPS  YOUTH  CULTURAL BROKER 
Nonprofit Status: MI Nonprofit Corporation 
Source of Info: Email 11/2014 per Adam Poole.