Centro Civico

Founded in 1986, Centro Civico began as a Latino nonprofit organization in Amsterdam, NY and has since branched out into Albany and the surrounding region. In 2019, the agency merged with Ibero and is continuing to expand to meet a growing demand.

Developmental Disabilities program

The Developmental Disabilities program serves individuals and their families through advocacy, outreach, case management, family activities, care coordination, respite programs, family reimbursement and community rehabilitation.

The Community Mobilization Program

The Community Mobilization Program serves Fulton and Montgomery Counties in providing needs assessment and community mobilization. It assists businesses and schools with development of HIV/AIDS policies and provides educational training. The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute funds this program.

Ibero staff help coordinate not just medical mental health and substance abuse services, but also the social service needs of the individual.

La Segunda Familia

La Segunda Familia provides participating youth access to a comprehensive set of age-appropriate and culturally-sensitive experiences and activities that include: individualized, group and family counseling, enrichment activities, youth issue workshops, self-esteem development, college field trips, targeted mentoring, and family enrichment programs.

Centro Cívico

Centro Cívico offers English as a second language classes for native Spanish-speakers, as well as language and cultural services such as translations, interpreters, health care referrals, and immigration consultations. Centro also has several programs that serve migrants and refugees.

Immigration and Citizenship Program

The Immigration and Citizenship Program assists individuals with navigating the process of becoming an American citizen. In partnership with the Albany Police Department, the Immigrant and Refugee Justice Alliance Project serves immigrant communities from Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Burma, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, North Africa, Sudan, Syria and the Dominican Republic.