Intensive Exchange of Languages

WELCOME TO

Manos Unidas

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Manos Unidas first opened its doors on March 10, 2006 as a result of the joint partnership of the Latino Services Task Forces, an affiliate of Healthy Adams County, and St. Francis Xavier Church. The center is an all-volunteer community organization that promotes the integration of the growing diverse population in Adams County through programs that facilitate cross-cultural understanding and appreciation. The founder and current executive director is Amelia Contreras. She migrated from Mexico many years ago. Upon moving to Adams County she discovered a lack of support for Hispanic immigrants and their culture. 

OUR SERVICES

What We Offer

Manos Unidas is a community organization that promotes the integration of the growing diverse population in Adams County through programs that facilitate cross-cultural understanding and appreciation.

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Quinceañera Youth Program to Promote Self Esteem and Respect

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Advocacy in issues related to: Health, Education, Housing, Financial, Employment, Immigration and Citizenship  

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Camp Nawakwa Children’s Summer Camp Program 

EVENTS

What's On

The Center where language is not a barrier, but an opportunity to learn from each other.

 

El centro donde el idioma no es una barrera, sino una oportunidad para aprender unos de los otros.

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Hispanic Heritage Month activities

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Quinceañera

Manos Unidas facilitates the integration of the diverse and growing Hispanic community in the Adams County. Contact us to know more.

Copyright (c) 2019. Manos Unidas Hispanic-American Center. All rights reserved.

Founded by the Latino Services Task Force, an affiliate of Healthy Adams County and Saint Francis Xavier Church.