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.

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  • Home Grown Nutrition Conference for Latino Families in North Charleston

    Home Grown Nutrition Conference for Latino Families in North Charleston

    PASOs program of South Carolina welcomed the first nutrition conference planned by a group of 8 volunteer women community health workers, called “Promotoras.” The conference took place April 26 from 10a.m. – 4p.m.

  • PASOs Promotores receive Lewis W Blackman Patient Safety Award for Advocacy.

    PASOs Promotores receive Lewis W Blackman Patient Safety Award for Advocacy.

    PASOS Promotores of the Midlands, a community based organization hosted at the University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health is the winner of the Advocacy Award given to honor an individual or group outside of health care that has actively promoted improving quality and patient safety in South Carolina.

  • Promoters Conference

    Promoters Conference

    On March 29th PASOs held their first statewide Promotores conference that brought 50 promotores and promotoras from different PASOs sites around the state. Lucy Felix from the National Latina institute for Reproductive Health, arrived from Texas to share her experiences and talk about three things needed for community empowerment: personal care, realization of one’s power […]

  • PASOs raising funds to support the March of Dimes in South Carolina

    PASOs raising funds to support the March of Dimes in South Carolina

    How does March of dimes help the hispanic community? Investigating the causes of preterm birth Informing about the importance of healthy living conducting campaigns on folic acid Supporting programs such as PASOs   Help us with your support

  • Our 2014 Online Survey Results

    Our 2014 Online Survey Results

    Over the last few months, we asked for your feedback on PASOs and received an overwhelming response. A remarkable 91% of said that PASOs plays a very vital role in their community; 81% indicated that our mission is clear and understandable. Rather than produce a long report, we decided to share this word cloud representing feedback from […]

  • New blog in Spanish about postpartum depression

    New blog in Spanish about postpartum depression

    Postpartum depression is defined as a major or minor depressive episode that affects women within four weeks after delivery. Blog about postpartum depression.

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Events

  • July 25, 2014 – Taller de Paternidad Positiva
    1:48 pm, Richland/Lexington
  • July 27, 2014 – Festival Cultural
    12:00 pm, Greenville

PASOs is grateful for the incredible support of our program partners: