Latino Health Access is a nonprofit organization founded in 1993 in Santa Ana, California. They reach out to residents in laundromats, garages, churches and their recently-opened new headquarters to combat serious public health problems plaguing a community of uninsured and under-served families. They train promotores, or community workers, to educate their own neighbors about diabetes, breast cancer, obesity, domestic violence, parenting and more. Each of their programs has been born from needs expressed by their own residents who subsequently engage their neighbors and friends.