Mission: Inspire people to drive community change for the health of Latino and all families.


Inspire people to drive community change for health equity for Latino and all families.


Lead the nation in creating culturally relevant multimedia research, tools, and stories to fuel people to start and support policy, system, and environmental changes in schools and communities to improve Latino child and family health, reduce disparities, and promote health equity and a culture of health.


Salud America! is a national Latino-focused organization that creates culturally relevant and research-based stories, videos, and tools to inspire people to start and support healthy changes to policies, systems, and environments where Latino children and families can equitably live, learn, work, and play.

Latinos are a rising U.S. powerhouse, but they face barriers to be their healthiest and suffer high rates of obesity and other health disparities. Salud America! and its award-winning multimedia communications help our social and online network—more than 200,000 moms and dads, providers, researchers, and community and school leaders—push for healthy changes in schools and communities to build health equity for Latino and all children and families.

Salud America! is led by health disparities researcher Dr. Amelie G. Ramirez and supported by a passionate team of communicators at UT Health San Antonio, thanks to funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.


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Salud America! The RWJF Research Network to Prevent Obesity Among Latino Children
The Institute for Health Promotion Research
University of Texas Health San Antonio
7411 John Smith, Suite 1000
San Antonio, TX 78229
P: 210-562-6500
F: 210-562-6545
E: saludamerica@uthscsa.edu

Note: Salud America! creates content for general knowledge, awareness, and action. We cannot answer personal medical questions or give medical advice. Concerns about a medical condition should be directed to a health care professional.