Parents Advocating for Student Excellence (PASE): Teaches parents how to take a participatory role in the academic success of their children. Teaching how to identify academic challenges their children may face and how to overcome those obstacles and set high academic expectation for their children including goals for higher education. Parents come together for nine weekly sessions at their children’s school.
Parents As Leaders (PAL): Provides parents with children ages 0-5 with the information, resources, and training needed to foster children’s early literacy and reading abilities. PAL is a 30-week program for parents to learn in weekly group sessions.
LENA Start: A 13-week program which is focused on increasing interactive talk between parents with children three and younger.
Healthy Kids, Healthy Families (HKHF): A 9-week health education program that targets low-income families, primarily Hispanic, who are at an increased risk for obesity. Participants also receive 1-on-1 assistance with enrolling into CHIP/Medicaid, SNAP and Qualified Health Plans under the Affordable Care Act.
Comprando Rico y Sano: This program 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).