Arrests of noncriminal undocumented immigrants are on the rise, leaving many families fearful of possible separation. For children with undocumented parents, family separation due to detention or deportation can be harmful to their mental health, overwhelming their stress response systems. If left unaddressed, feelings of anger, isolation, and […]Read more
FORT WORTH, TX — On Saturday, April 7, over 11 families from our Parents As Leaders (PAL) program took a field trip to the Fort Worth Zoo. Families are invited to attend the field trip every year to encourage parents to interact with their children.
Since the […]Read more
FORT WORTH – On Saturday, February 11 parents enrolled in The Concilio’s Parents as Leaders (PAL) program attended as well as participated in a play which highlighted the educational views of many traditional Hispanic households. Over 15 families attended the play at Ella Mae Shamblee Branch […]Read more
This Award of Excellence is presented annually to the nonprofit organization that has best implemented a program clearly focused on advancing its mission to address a community need. Winners demonstrate measurable outcomes, sustainability, positive community impact, collaborative efforts and strategic […]Read more