The California Reducing Disparities Project-Latino Focus created an advisory group called El Concilio. This group included Latino community leaders from across California who represented various stakeholders in the Latino community such as providers, professors, consumers, families, therapists, lawyers, directors, ethnic service managers, promotores/as, researchers etc. Data was collected from 13 community forums, including two specifically for the Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, Questioning (LGBTQ) community, and students who were young adults. A Reducing Disparities Latino report titled Community-Defined Solutions for Latino Mental Health Care Disparities (PDF) was produced by this project. This report included an inventory of community-defined strength based promising practices, models, resources and approaches that are helpful for practitioners, program planners, and policy makers when designing and implementing effective prevention and early intervention programs to reduce, and improve services to better address mental health needs for the Latino community.