United Way of El Paso and local governments partner in new community resilience center

El Paso News
Skyline of the city of El Paso.

Photo by Raul Martinez/KTSM 9 News.

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – A new El Paso United Community Resiliency Center provides support to individuals impacted by COVID-19 with access to programs and social services.

The center is part of a partnership between the United Way and the county and city of El Paso. Funding from local governments is going to programs that will assist residents with financial support, health initiatives, and basic needs.

Other local organizations including the Paso del Norte Community Foundation EP Rent Help program, Project Amistad and Project Bravo are also helping out.

“Referrals made can help individuals access services in the areas of rental and utilities assistance, food security, legal aid, mental health and counseling services, job training and readiness programs, and childcare and respite,” a news release said.

For local and breaking news, sports, weather alerts, video and more, download the FREE KTSM 9 News App from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

KTSM Video Center

33 migrants discovered inside semi-truck in Van Horn

Alvarado court-martial continues

No virtual learning in SISD back-to-school plan

Oscar De La Hoya is El Paso bound for boxing event 23 years after fight at Sun Bowl Stadium

Juarez police officers killed in spate of unrelated attacks Monday night

Canutillo ISD police chief retires

More El Paso News
Advertise with KTSM 9 Link