Camino Seguro (Safe Pathways)
Camino Seguro West is a bilingual online database of information about services and programs. Eligible programs have at least Spanish-speaking part-time staff. This project is funded in part by a grant from the Tennessee Council for Developmental Disabilities.
Other community partners include, UTHSC College of Allied Health, Department of Physical Therapy, Latino Memphis, Memphis Center for Independent Living, Memphis Public Library 2-1-1, UT Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities, and YWCA Domestic Violence Program.
For agencies and programs interested in becoming a part of the database, eligibility guidelines are included below.
Forms and Links
- Intake Form [WORD]
- Guidelines for Camino Seguro West [WORD]
- Power point on Project [PDF]
- Service Description Grid [WORD]
- Visit the Camino Seguro database
For more information, contact Luisa Ramirez-DeLynch at 901-448-8391 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
711 Jefferson Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38105