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


The health disparity in Latino communities is appalling. Aside from language and cultural barriers, the healthcare system is riddled with barriers to access. We partner with community health workers to bring knowledge to where it’s needed the most. The Concilio takes a multi-faceted approach that includes educating families about healthy habits and providing healthcare resources and information. It’s how we meet people where they are.

Parents have an enormous influence over their children’s health habits. Our program teaches parents how they can model a healthy lifestyle and guide their children to make smart choices that lead to healthy behaviors.


In our Healthy Kids, Healthy Families program, families vulnerable to obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease are encouraged to change from the inside out – by learning how to nourish their bodies and minds in a healthy way. Participants also receive 1-on-1 assistance with enrolling into federal programs, such as CHIP/Medicaid, and SNAP.

Our evidence-based, 8-week health program provides participants with access to nutrition education, healthy cooking demonstrations, fitness testing, physical activities, weekly check-in calls from the program team, and facilitated group discussion on the adverse effects of obesity such as diabetes. Classes are 1.5 hours, virtual or in-person; morning and evening sessions are also available.

An option for the whole family, students ages 6-18 are invited to join group sessions, physical activities, and cooking demonstrations with their parents.


Comprando Rico Y Sano (English translation: Buying Healthy and Flavorful Foods) improves the knowledge and behavior of healthy shopping and eating through culturally sensitive nutrition education and enrollment assistance into the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).


We’ve seen a disparity in access to healthcare for members of the Latino community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our bilingual navigators assist families with benefit enrollment for SNAP, CHIP, and MEDICAID.

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