The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina offers a variety of materials for use by non-profits, foundations and others carrying out or interested in work similar to that of the Foundation. Contact us for questions about any of the resources listed here, to obtain a hard copy or to inquire about other Foundation resources.
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South Carolina is a relatively new settlement area for Latino immigrants compared to other regions of the country. Over the past two decades, South Carolina has experienced unprecedented growth in the Latino population. Latino immigrant families in South Carolina often face economic hardship, educational challenges, and difficulty in accessing health care. Building upon cultural strengths, increased family support services are needed to improve outcomes of Latino families across the State. This research brief provides an overview of the demographic shifts and highlights eight themes that emerged through our various research conversations with foreign-born and native-born Latinos: motivation to migrate, making the journey, acculturation processes, shifting family expectations, multi-status families, economic hardships, educational challenges, and health concerns.
Research Briefs and Publications
- Foundation Flood Report
- From Sun-up to Sun-down: Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers in South Carolina
- Latino Immigrant Families in South Carolina Research Brief
- Kinship Care Research Brief
- Changing the Labels on Absent Fathers
- Dimensions of Poverty
- Where Are Our Children Going?