• April 19, 2021

Tags : El Paso Center for Children

El Paso Center for Children celebrates National Safe Place Week

As next week is National Safe Place Week, officials with the El Paso Center for Children are taking it as an opportunity to raise awareness so youth can get to safety, and to recognize local businesses and youth service providers who give their time, resources, and energy to make the community a safer place for homeless […]Read More

Molina Healthcare supports El Paso Center for Children via new

Molina Healthcare of Texas announced Friday their partnership with the El Paso Center for Children to create a “Molina Community Closet” stocked with hygiene supplies and everyday essentials to meet the immediate needs of those the center serves. “Molina Healthcare of Texas is committed to providing communities with necessary resources so they can feel more […]Read More

El Paso Center for Children kicks off Street ARTreach this

The El Paso Center for Children announced Tuesday that they will kick off Street ARTreach, a campaign that emphasizes hope and features local artists’ works projected onto buildings this weekend in Downtown El Paso. Five artists signed up to create and exhibit their art through Street ARTreach, including Christin Apodaca, Tino Ortega, Diego “Robot” Martinez, […]Read More