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We help our community to be understood, navigate the health care system, and receive appropriate medical follow-up.
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We encourage regular physical activity to reduce the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, stroke, cancer.
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We believe in disease prevention through a healthy diet and nutrition.
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We facilitate access to health care services, programs, and resources.
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We promote recreational activities that are good for the body, mind, and overall health.
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We believe that family time and enjoying other people’s company reduce stress, anxiety, and increase positive feelings of happiness, satisfaction, and fulfillment.
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Your support and donations will help us continue serving and providing resources to the Hispanic community, in addition to facilitating access to health services and health information.

Your generous donation will help fund our Mission.


Common Risk Factors Prevention Model

Our mission is to improve the health of the Hispanic community. We believe that managing common risk factors is the best approach to decreasing the risk of developing chronic diseases. La Casa de la Salud (LCS) has adopted the Common Risk Factor Approach (CRFA), a framework used to guide cross-disciplinary health promotion programs for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart diseases, stroke, hypertension, and cancer. Many of the common modifiable behavioral risk factors like lack of physical inactivity, poor diet, harmful use of alcohol consumption, tobacco use, overweight/obesity, stress, sleep deprivation, and social isolation have a detrimental effect on overall health.

This graph shows modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors for common chronic diseases. As we advocate for a healthy community, this model guides our efforts in educating the community on the management of common modifiable risk factors through our health promotion programs. Here at LCS, we empower our community to manage these modifiable risk factors for a healthier and better quality of life. 

Celebrating Our Leader: Dr. Antonio Villa Payares’ Feature in Richmond Free Press

We are thrilled to share an inspiring feature from the Richmond Free Press highlighting the incredible journey and achievements of Dr. Antonio Villa Payares. Founder and executive director of La Casa de la Salud (LCS).

La Casa de la Salud Earns CDC Foundation Recognition for COVID Project Impact!

The CDC Foundation has acknowledged the outstanding efforts of La Casa de la Salud during the pivotal COVID project

Our Impact on the Community​


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Radio programs sharing information and health education to the Hispanic community


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