From Stayton to Sublimity, and Salem to Independence–Resident Services staff, Promotores and Volunteers, and partner organizations including churches, public bureaus, school districts, food banks, and local businesses are stepping up to help.
Supporting efforts to keep local farmworkers and their families healthy and supported both at work and when they return to FHDC communities at Colonia Amistad and beyond
PGE issues moratorium on commercial and residential electrical bills, supporting FHDC and our residents during COVID-19
A FHDC family shares their experience adapting to COVID-19 and shares thoughts about their needs and what the community can do to support.
The FHDC and Evolve Board and Staff are taking the spread of COVID-19 very seriously to protect families and public health
“When seeing myself in the mirror I see a woman who wants to be remembered for her good deeds, a woman who is willing to make sacrifices for those she loves, a brave woman who likes challenges, who likes to be better every day than the former– and most importantly– a woman with respect and love for herself.” –Martha P.
Promotores look in the mirror to reflect on the year. Catching up with Maria, one of our outstanding resident leaders!
Anahuac Project connects FHDC youth residents and families with traditional practices and knowledge from US and Mexican indigenous cultures.