The conference will focus on Latino aging and health in social, institutional, and environmental context. It will extend previous iterations of the ICAA series by addressing established foundations in caregiving and the social determinants of health in aging Latino populations. The event will also address new topics like the health impacts of environmental inequality and religious involvement. Conceptual themes will include (1) social determinants of health the U.S., (2) social determinants of health in Mexico, (3) environmental inequality across the life course, (4) religious institutions and religious involvement, and (5) caregiving and dementia in later life. Methodological diversity will be a hallmark of this conference, including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed method designs. The overarching theme of the conference will be the social patterning of health and related risks in aging Latino populations. The general questions will include the following: What are the social causes and social consequences of health in later life? How do aging Latinos experience environmental inequality? How do aging Latinos experience religion and religious institutions? What are the major benefits and barriers to caregiving for Latinos in later life?