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"My weapon has always been language, and I’ve always used it, but it has changed. Instead of shaping the words like knives now, I think they’re flowers or bridges." Sandra  Cisneros

La Red

Build your capacity as a Latine early relational health supervisor working with teams that support Latine birthing parents, infants and young children.

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La Red de La Cocina is our national capacity-building network and community of practice of Latine supervisors and trainers who seek to codesign reflective affinity spaces that re-humanize supervision and/or consultation models.

La Red’s Latine-centered approach to participatory action through liberation-based supervision frameworks is the only Latine-founded, Latine-led, and Latine-serving support system dedicated to culturally affirming Latine supervision.

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This program is now FULL!

Financial Support For La Red

La Red's investors are deeply committed to codesigning equity in the diverse fields of maternal mental health, infancy & early childhood mental health, and school-readiness health & social-emotional well-being. La Red de La Cocina is funded nationally by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the Perigee Fund, and in key Colorado counties, it is funded by the Caring for Colorado Foundation. Regional support was also provided by the Early Childhood Council of Larimer County and the Genesis Program of Boulder, Colorado.  Investors interested in learning more about La Red may contact Hillary Fulton, at

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