Sleep Health in Latino Day Laborers is a project funded via the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s Program to Increase Diversity in Faculty Engaged in Behavioral and Sleep Medicine (BSM PRIDE). The project assesses and evaluates sleep health in Latino day laborers, with a specific emphasis on insomnia symptoms. Little is known about sleep health in this population, which experiences both high physical and psychosocial stress in conjunction with precarious employment conditions. This project will set the foundation for a future program of research in which clinical behavioral interventions can be implemented to improve sleep quality among Latino day laborers, decreasing their risk of workplace cognitive failures and thus lowering their risk of workplace injuries. In addition, the project provides for the creation of a community advisory board to integrate and better assess the needs of Latino day laborers.