Promotoras de Apoyo Familiar (PAF) Program

The Promotoras de Apoyo Familiar (PAF) program was created to engage promotoras to build their personal skills, knowledge, and experience to more effectively participate in their communities. Promotoras are a group of women that work in and outside of their own communities and participate in a variety of activities to learn more about mental well-being, community development, social services, and health. Promotoras de Apoyo Familiar expand and disseminate information about immigrant rights, immigration processes, labor issues, health, legal, and social services in a linguistically, culturally, and community-sensitive manner. The promotoras are an important bridge between colonia, immigrant families and services. We work with and train a cadre of promotoras who are interested in pursuing their knowledge and want to help their respective families and their communities.

The following is sampling of trainings offered to promotoras de apoyo familiar in the last eight years:

  • Immigration History and Current Immigration Issues
  • Community Mapping,
  • The Electoral Process
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Emergency Planning for Immigrant Families
  • Legislative Session (Site visits)
  • International Women’s Day:
    – Women Transforming Lives
    – Issues of Domestic Violence
  • Mexican Consulate Services
  • Intergenerational Trauma
  • Bullying in the Schools:
    – What Parents Need to Know
  •  Mental Health:
    – ‘Nuestras Emociones’
    – Depression
    – Mental Health First Aid
    – Alzheimer’s and Dementia
    – Sexual Assault
    – ¿Que es la felicidad?
  • The Probate Process
  • Worker’s Compensation
  • Wage Theft
  • Civil and Human Rights
  • Preparing for College.
  • Financial Literacy

Promotoras Group Photo

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