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By offering a variety of culturally responsive programs, The Concilio aims to help the North Texas community succeed and thrive in their daily life.


An individual is only as strong as their community. Community outreach is a big part of how we connect Latino families to a wide range of resources. From campaigning to spreading healthcare resources and information, we make knowledge accessible to empower the Latino community.

The Concilio has expertise in grassroots outreach and advocacy for the Latino community in North Texas.
We created a Community Engagement and Outreach (CE&O) team dedicated to ensuring that the Latino community has access to all available resources. The CE&O team uses a two-tiered model to deliver this support efficiently and successfully.
The first tier provides outreach and access to resources available through The Concilio, as well as local and national partner service agencies. The second tier ensures that resources available through our local and national partners are culturally competent and that they reach those most in need. We walk alongside these organizations and function as their bilingual and cultural guide. In combination, The Concilio ensures that the Latino community has greater access to more resources that fit their unique set of needs.


When families in the Latino community face severe personal, financial, mental health and health-related challenges, we help people get back on their feet. We assist by offering guidance on eviction prevention, drive-thru pantries, SNAP, EBT, and more. We empower people to take back control of their lives, when life’s circumstances become overwhelming.

We believe in giving people a hand when they need it, and the Latino community needs better access to health, crisis, and financial services. As a Texas Health and Community Service Partner, The Concilio goes above and beyond to provide assistance and resources to the people who come to us.

Our efforts include phone banking and door-to-door outreach (block walking). We serve Dallas County, Tarrant County, and Collin County by acting as connectors to vital community services.


People in low-income and hard to reach areas deserve COVID-19 vaccine access. That’s why we host vaccine clinics in these areas. We also provide messaging and education to local clinics to improve vaccination rates and get people fully protected. Bilingual nurses are always on hand to help patients.

We provide assistance through education and resources for historically marginalized groups such as new immigrants, older immigrants, and the black community. Our goal is to break down language and cultural barriers to establish trust.


From understanding the credit system to creating a budget, we provide the tools Latino families need to design a bright and beautiful future. Financial freedom and the American dream are within reach.


Financial literacy is the key to success. That’s why we’ve partnered with UnidosUS to provide education to the families we serve. Our workshops teach important strategies like creating a college fund, buying a home, establishing credit, managing debt, and household budgeting.

Latinos may now be Texas’ largest demographic group. They are estimated to make up 40.2% of the population of Texas, with non-Latino white Texans accounting for 39.4%. This early data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2021 population estimates “are the first to reflect the foreseeable culmination of decades of demographic shifts steadily transforming the state,” the Texas Tribune proclaimed.

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