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Community Support Programs

We lead various community outreach initiatives to connect our immigrant families to the resources that they need most. 

Superhero Parent Education Program

The Superhero Parent Education program, funded by Conexión Américas, was created in 2018 to help empower parents from different ethnic backgrounds with knowledge to better advocate for equality in their children's education. The program focuses on advocating in three areas: 1) Requesting accessible, clear and transparent data, 2) Requesting that parents are included from the beginning in any school disciplinary process, and 3) Ensuring access to college information and support for economically disadvantaged students. This program is the first of its kind in Hamblen County, and this is an important step toward equality for all students. We strive to inform parent advocates who can fight for their children's rights to equal education.

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Entre Amigas Women's Group

This support group provides Latina women with the opportunity to learn about, discuss and seek advice on important topics such as stress, relationships and health. Participants form friendships as a result of shared experiences, therefore creating a safe space for meaningful conversation and personal growth. 

Laundromat Libraries

This initiative has been implemented as a way to promote literacy among immigrants in our area. Small bilingual libraries have been created in two laundromats so that customers can practice developing literacy skills while they wait for their laundry to be done. 


Resource Fair

We host an annual resource fair geared toward newcomer immigrant families in order to inform them of available resources. 


The PAID Program began in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic with the purpose of helping families that have been directly affected by the virus with utility payments, rent, food, and school technology fee. For this project, we have received financial assistance from the East Tennessee Foundation, Howmet Foundation, Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, and private donors. 

HOLA on the Move


This initiative began during the COVID-19 pandemic as a means to provide resources to families in their own neighborhoods. We have partnered with local agencies to provide educational materials, health-related information, and other resources from the community. 

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