Healthy Paso del Norte
A regional resource for population data and community health information that identifies key priorities, establishes measurable health objectives, assists regional organizations with planning and goal setting, and provides evidence-based strategies to improve health.
Focus is placed on the people living in El Paso and Hudspeth Counties in far west Texas, Doña Ana, Luna, and Otero Counties in southern New Mexico, and in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico.
Invested more than $187 million in the mission of the Foundation and granted to more than 300 organizations across the Borderplex.
El Paso Behavioral Health Consortium
The El Paso Behavioral Health Consortium (Consortium) convened to examine the El Paso community behavioral health system in preparation for future service needs and funding trends. Its actions are informed by community leaders and available data including an El Paso County behavioral health system assessment conducted in 2014. Paso del Norte Health Foundation plays a key role as a neutral facilitator for the Consortium. The Consortium is committed to ongoing collaboration where all partners…
February 14, 2019
Soon, individuals will have access to a new trail segment that will connect safe routes to neighborhood destinations and provide greater opportunities for increased physical activity.
This new trail segment will run along the Franklin Canal from Presa Place to Loop 375 in the Lower Valley and is part of the overall Paso del Norte Trail that will stretch 60-miles along El Paso County. TXDoT, El Paso County Water District, and the Paso del Norte Health Foundation are working together as part of the Alameda construction project.
Posted on February 7, 2019 by Michael Kelly
Each year, hundreds of men and women throughout the Paso del Norte region answer the call to serve on nonprofit boards. The organizations they lead provide services including support for people in need, education, arts, youth sports and animal welfare.
Whatever their mission, board members would benefit from training and tools to effectively fulfill their fiduciary responsibilities and make a positive impact on our community.
Last week, 45 board members, representing 25 nonprofit organizations, participated in the first of a series of workshops that will not only help them better se…