Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 319
3607 Rivera Ave El Paso TX 79905 USA
TO PROVIDE COMMUNITY SERVICE AND DEVELOPMENT
Homeless prevention and recovery program - 'roots and wings' provides counseling and financial assistance to families at risk of homelessness, and provides up to 24 months of supportive services and residency in six apartments for single parents with children needing to recover from homelessness. Approximately 3,500 people were served.
community collaboration program - community collaboration provides administrative support services to other affiliated non-profit organizations, and provides outreach health education activities both directly and with other collaborative organizations. Approximately 9,500 people were served.
housing (apartment) program - this program provides safe and affordable housing to low income families. Approximately, 185 families are being served.
education and enrichment program - this program provides a safe haven for children from age of six to eighteen including gang prevention, tutors, computer access, arts, crafts and time for community service. Approximately 300 people were served. Early childhood and latchkey program - the early childhood development center has approximately 75 slots where licensed services are provided to children from newborn to twelve-year olds. Neighborhood stabilization program - this program helps to rebuild communities that have been affected by the foreclosure crisis. Approximately 15 families were served.
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It has been a while since I've been at this organization to ask for an type of help, but I know that I do appreciate them being there when we needed the help. This center provides help with medical insurance for those who can't afford it or even housing. I like that the staff was very friendly and helpful in providing us answers and assistance and even referring us to where we could get that help when they couldn't help us. Although like I said, it has been a while since I was here, I know that the community benefited from the type of help you guys offer(ed). Thank you guys very much.
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