Hispanic Family Foundation

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Phone: (615) 562-2222

Hours: Open

Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sat Closed

Sun Closed

Website: http://www.hispanicfamilyfoundation.com/

Email: [email protected]

NTEE Code: P84: Ethnic & Immigrant Centers


The mission of the Hispanic Family Foundation is to work through our platforms of - Economic, Education, Social Services, Advocacy and Culture - to provide programs that strengthen the Nashville Hispanic community.


HFF advocates for all Hispanic and immigrant families in Nashville and the surrounding areas and is committed to programs that improve their quality of life. We work with Hispanic and immigrant families to provide: -Resources and programs that create pathways for economic mobility and stability; -Educational programs for continued learning that empower families to achieve success; -Social service support to enhance quality of life; -Heritage programs that celebrate, honor and energize the Latino culture and -Advocacy for the Hispanic and immigrant communities. -Outreaches that supplement education, culture, advocacy, health, and awareness -Crisis and emergency relief for families affected by disaster Here is a list of the many programs that the Hispanic Family Foundation offers to our local community: -Little Sprouts Diaper and Baby Program: HFF’s signature diaper program for mothers in need. Each month new moms receive diapers, wipes, food, and essentials necessary to care for their newborn babies. -Baila Kids Programs- Folklor Dance and Ballet, Kung Fu, Robotix: HFF’s after-school program for children ages 5-17 allows them to learn as they incorporate Hispanic culture into the arts! -Alegro Music Program- Guitar, Piano, and Ukelele for children and adults: HFF’s music program for children and adults after school. -Entrepreneurship Programs – Avanzando: The entrepreneur program in collaboration with TLACC has been a very successful program that serves the Hispanic business owners and entrepreneurs in the middle TN area. -English Classes: Evening and weekend classes in collaboration with the Language Institute. -HiSet Diploma/ GED classes: HFF’s HiSet program in collaboration with the YWCA helps Latinos earn their GED diploma by giving courses in Spanish. -Financial Literacy Classes: In collaboration with local banks and organizations, this program helps immigrants establish credit, navigate banking literacy, and learn how to prepare to be homeowners. -Social Services, Mental Health, Disabilities: HFF’s daily services are offered in the office. -Domestic Violence Services: Community members can receive counseling and assistance on-site. -MNPS School Enrollment: Inside our classrooms on our campus, students can be enrolled in MNPS schools and the English Learner classes M-F. -Civil Wedding Ceremonies: Every Friday afternoon we hold civil wedding ceremonies in our facilities in Spanish. -SNAP and TennCare Applications: Services offered in-office. -Refugee and Immigrant Relief: Assistance to refugees and immigrants in office. -Disaster Relief: Emergency assistance is provided for survivors of natural disasters


Services Offered

  • Adult Education
  • Centers for People with Developmental Disabilities
  • Classes
  • Domestic Violence Services
  • Immigrant Rights
  • Mental Health Disorders Services
  • Music & Performing Arts Programs
  • Vocational & Technical

Populations Served

  • Immigrants & Migrants

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