Healthy Children. Knowledgeable Families. Strong Communities.
PASOs helps the Latino community and service providers work together for strong and healthy families. We do this through education, support and grassroots leadership development.
If officers are at your door, keep the door closed and ask if they are Immigration agents, or from ICE.
Ask the agents what they are there for.
As a result, we have compiled a list of resources to support you during a time that may be increasingly difficult for the Latino and immigrant populations you work with
Mirian Rivera, PASOs Community Health Worker in the Tri County area, was featured in the 2016 community Health Needs Assessment Report
Internal Title: Director of Capacity Building
Job Title: Program Coordinator II – Rate B
The PASOs Charleston Tri County Team and Trident United Way celebrated the women of the Latino community through a Community Baby Shower
The Baby Shower served as a health fair for expectant mothers to access health information and services in order to have a successful, healthy pregnancy.