The Paso del Norte Health Foundation’s Media Center provides a variety of current and past public service announcements and television commercials developed in English and Spanish to promote health lifestyles in the region.
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Kelly Center for Hunger Relief - Fresh Start Program
The Fresh Start program provides members a variety of resources, including not only food, but support, goal setting, job counseling, nutrition and health classes, computer skills, financial literacy, fitness classes programs like Zumba and more.
Happy Holidays 2019
We wish you happy holidays and continued health and happiness in the New Year. From our boards and staff of the Paso del Norte Community Foundation, Paso del Norte Health Foundation and Fundación Paso del Norte para la Salud y Bienestar.
TECHO Community - Positive Parental Program
TECHO works to implement the Triple P evidence-based positive parenting program in 10 at risk neighborhoods in Ciudad Juárez, Chih., MX.
This video is in Spanish with English subtitles.
Helping to identify children who are picky eater or problem feeder.
The Paso Del Norte Children’s Development Center’s “Off to a Good Start” program is the first in the El Paso area to support children from 12 months to five-years of age who are often malnourished due to their inability to accept or learn nutritious eating habits.
Playa Drain Trail: a benefit for residents to stay active
Charles Ortiz, a neighborhood resident to the trail, shares how the trail has provided him a safe environment to walk and improved his health. The trail has also been a great welcome to the community.
Improve the health and quality of life for people in Ciudad Juárez
The Fundación Paso del Norte para la Salud y Bienestar is a Mexican Asociación Civil (A.C.) established in 2015 by the Health Foundation to lead and promote partnerships and initiatives to improve health and quality of life for people in the Ciudad Juárez, MX region.
Improve mental illness in the region
NAMI El Paso provides education and support for those struggling with mental health conditions and their families. Through the Paso del Norte Health Foundation’s Think.Change Initiative, NAMI El Paso continues to make great progress in reducing the negative bias associated with mental health.
Building an Exercise Toolbox for Patients or Clients with Obesity
A four-part series that presents current evidence-based approaches pertaining to the benefits and application strategies of physical activity and exercise for the management of obesity and its comorbidities.
Playa Drain Trail Opening 2018
The Playa Drain Trail is 3.4 miles from Ascarate Park to Riverside Park in the Lower Valley. The trail features several amenities and was made possible with support from the Paso del Norte Health Foundation, City of El Paso and El Paso Water.
The Health Foundation is investing in health today with a promise of a healthy tomorrow.
The Science of Change
The region’s health needs are complex. The Health Foundation works with multiple stakeholders and grantees to support evidence-based solutions.
United For The Region
The Health Foundation has established a family of foundations that collaborate to improve health and quality of life through leadership, grant making and leveraging philanthropy.
Collaboration is in our DNA
Collaborating with our partners to improve the health of the region. Grantee Testimonials from La Semilla Food Center, Las Cruces, NM with the HEAL Initiative and University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX with A Smoke Free Paso del Norte Initiative.
To view videos of all IGNITE grantees, click here.
Health Foundation Iniciativa IGNITE
The IGNITE Initiative is to improve a range of health outcomes by engaging disconnected youth in the Paso del Norte region in high quality programs during out of school hours.
Providing a safe & positive environment for teens in Las Cruces, NM
Boys & Girls Club (B&GC) of Las Cruces provides teens with a safe place and positive activity every week through their Teen Night. With funding from the Paso del Norte Health Foundation’s IGNITE Initiative, the B&GC are engaging disconnected youth in out-of-school programs to help avoid them from using drugs, alcohol, or being involved in criminal activity.
June 29, 2020
The Paso del Norte Health Foundation seeks Letters of Intent (LOI) from eligible organizations to support recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, prepare for a potential second wave or future crisis, and transform their operations for future success.
Deadline for LOI submission is Friday, July 10, 2020