Welcome


Mano a Mano Family Center works to help reduce toxic stress, and promote Hope (resilience), to help the people we serve remain strong.

We were established in 1988. We are the oldest Latino and immigrant-led community-based organization in Salem-Keizer Oregon.

We reach 2,000+ families, annually, who live in Marion, Polk, and six other counties in Oregon. Our leadership and staff is from the same communities we serve. They have personal experience with poverty, discrimination, immigration, etc., to help understand the people they serve.

We connect people to help in times of need. We also help develop healthy social connections. We support caregivers to increase their knowledge of parenting and child development. We provide supports to help the positive development of children and youth.

We work to improve the social determinants of health, and to address the adverse community experiences, that impact the health and wellbeing of the community. This requires supporting Equity and Social Justice in areas such as education, health, housing, justice, and many more.

Host and guest of Charla smiling Host and guest of Charla smiling

Charla de HEP y GED

En nuestra Charla de hoy, nos acompaña Pilar Torres Barrera, Especialista Bilingüe Estudiantil del Programa de Preparatoria HEP y GED en Español, del Colegio Comunitario Chemeketa.

Picture shows smiling host and guests of this episode of Charla. Picture shows smiling host and guests of this episode of Charla.

Charla con Juntos

Hoy hablaremos de “Juntos”, en la universidad estatal de Oregon, un programa dedicado a apoyar a los estudiantes y a sus padres, en su camino a la universidad.

No police in schools?

There is no evidence that shows that SRO officers can prevent violence or crime in schools nationally or in Oregon. But there is evidence of potential harm to some students.

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¿No policías en las escuelas?

No existe evidencia que los policias escolares previenen la violencia o los crimenes en escuelas en Oregon.


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