Services are provided for children and teens in or are getting out of foster care. Case management, Access to education and financial aid planning through El Paso Community College, UTEP and the Satellite Go Center: this includes help staying in school, help returning to school, help attaining a high school diploma/GED, Information on the federal Education Training Voucher (ETV) program and state tuition fee waivers, and assistance in entering apprenticeship/community colleges/four-year colleges; Employment assistance, referral and job readiness preparation through Workforce Solutions Upper Rio Grande; Resources to obtain affordable housing; Life skills training-such as money management, credit management, consumer life skills, educational and employment preparation, accessing community resources, parenting skills, problem solving, domestic violence and decision making; Circles of Support conferences; LGBTQ resources; Mental health resources & referral; Substance abuse treatment resources & referrals; Access to computer lab and email; Food Pantry; Clothes closet; Peer-to-peer mentoring; Access to mail boxes; Limited financial assistance for bus passes, rent, utilities, and child-care and/or assistance to obtain food stamps and TANF; and Access to crisis intervention, including a 24 hour crisis hotline.
Play Date is a program provided for all the community for children from newborns to teens on Saturdays from 11-1 with no cost at all.
820 Montana Ave
El Paso, 79902, TX
Building Name or Description: PRIDE Center
Accessible Location: No
|Type of Organization||Nonprofit (501c3)|
|Categories||Case Management, Emotional Support, Financial, Housing, Job Coaching/Support, Mental Health, Social Media, Teen Activity, Trainings, Other|
|Spanish Services Offered?||No|
|Child Care Available?||No|
|Age Range||All ages|
|This organization pertains to all disabilities?||Yes|
|This organization pertains to these specific diagnoses|
|Is this a statewide service?||No|
|Contact Name||Regina Bautista or Maria Seelig|