Bridging the Communications Gap for Immigrants and Refugees in Minnesota
  • If someone tricks or deceives you into giving up money or information, it’s called “fraud”. And it’s a crime. Wisdom is the best defense against scammers. Learn how to be wise about senior fraud in ECHO's animated digital short, presented in English, Spanish, Hmong and Somali.

  • The goal of the curriculum is to educate students about preventive care for their children, teens and young adults who are on Medical Assistance or Minnesota Care.  We invite you to adapt it for your own classrooms. 

  • We are looking for bilingual volunteers for the Cultural Services Unit (CSU) in Eden Prairie.

    Click below to learn more or download an application here.

  • The MDH has developed four documents on seasonal flu in different languages, to improve knowledge of seasonal flu in refugee and immigrant populations. Read and share this great resource, along with ECHO's program "Preventing Seasonal Flu".

  • Outbreak Map

    Follow this link for the latest information on the Ebola virus from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Voices of ECHO


We could save thousands of lives every year if everyone over 50 was screened. That is why it is so important that our communities learn more about colon and rectal cancer. One of our priorities is to raise awareness about cancer prevention among our new immigrant and medically underserved populations, who lack easy access to health information in their native languages. ECHO fills that void in Minnesota, and we are thrilled to partner with them in this unique venture.