San Antonio Community Resource Directory

The National Alliance for Hispanic Families is focused on promoting strategies that strengthen Hispanic families.

Our purpose is to harness public and private resources to promote comprehensive programs, relevant research, and targeted policies that build families where children and youth flourish while adults learn the skills to function effectively in today’s challenging environment.

NAHF leverages resources to support community-based organizations that serve Hispanic children and families.

We promote culturally relevant and comprehensive programs that equip individuals with communication, relational, and problem-solving skills within the context of the family. In doing so, we elevate the values of the Hispanic community.

Noel Castellanos - Camino Alliance, President
Lorena Gonzalez - President
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Puro PREP is a free, positive youth development program designed to educate young people on how to have healthy relationships, make smart sexual decisions, and plan for their future.

The fun, engaging, and interactive classes are taught by trained facilitators utilizing an evidence-based curriculum, Love Notes.

The class sessions can be implemented in a variety of class formats and settings.

If you are a youth service provider, community organization, or parent, contact us to discuss different ways to bring the program to your youth.

Puro PREP is open to youth in Bexar County, ages 12–19, and pregnant and parenting youth who are 20 years old and under. 

 

Jaclyn Bonner Send email
(210) 542-1480
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