When Nuria Dardón emigrated, she found the psychological help she needed to overcome her traumas and fears, after years of stigma, abuse and domestic violence in Guatemala.
Indigenous communities with roots in Latin America have long gone unrecognized in California government datasets. Here’s what advocates plan to do after the veto on a bill that aimed to change that.
California has enrolled into Medi-Cal more than 300,000 older immigrant lacking legal residency since 2022, but the state doesn’t know how many more might be eligible.
Francisca Sánchez emigrated to California so that her daughter could fulfill the dream of going to university. But the pandemic and the escalating violence got in their way.
California is investing billions in student mental health. Here’s how one school is supporting the needs of Maya Mam students.
As the pandemic drags on, many undocumented Latino immigrants—barred from receiving government benefits—are feeling the strain.
After Maria González got sick, she expected a follow-up call from county health workers. Why didn’t it come?
One member of East Oakland’s immigrant Mam community shares his story about surviving during the pandemic.