As an agency grows and adapts to the needs of its community, they often experience changes in their staff structure. La Paz finds itself in one of these moments today as Christian Patiño transitions from being a full-time staff member.
Following the hurricane in Puerto Rico and earthquakes in Mexico, many in the community have contacted La Paz to seek out ways they can help.
Today marks another historic day that will change the course of life for thousands of families across the nation. President Trump’s decision to rescind the DACA program will ultimately cause many immigrant families to experience a greater source of uncertainty for themselves and those with whom they love. In short, many individuals, who grew up in the United States and only fully understand the society and way life here, will now have increased fear about their future.
For La Paz Chattanooga, our role does not change.
La Paz Chattanooga has announced the honorees for the 2017 Latino Leadership Awards ceremony, set to take place on Monday, September 18th, at the Chattanooga Convention Center.
This fall, La Paz will be participating in the "Fall Back into Health" event hosted by the Hamilton County Health Department's on October 12 at the Carver Youth and Family Development Center.