Stories from the Year

As we head into summer, and the end of the school year, we want to highlight some stories from across Para Los Niños students, families, and communities. This week, as you'll see below, we are sharing a story from our Early Childhood Education centers, and a story from a first-generation college student who has now joined …

$1Million to Feed Families

Org trusted to help thousands with food insecurity through pandemic Para Los Niños (PLN) is coordinating to provide food for over 3,000 families in some of Los Angeles’ most vulnerable communities through CARES Act funding distributed by the County. Using its strong distribution infrastructure developed in response to the pandemic in 2020, PLN and its …

Plans for 2021

Going into 2021 was unlike any year before. We weren’t able to gather for big celebrations and resolutions, goals, intentions (whatever you want to call them) were different than ever as well. These plans for the year to come had to still account for the precautions and safety measures of the pandemic. However, looking ahead …

Eddi’s Story

When you talk to Eddi about his work with Para Los Niños (PLN), he has no shortage of stories and memories to share about the students and families he’s worked with over the past 15 years. He knows about the unique challenges that low-income parents can face when providing for their families, and the struggle …

Mental Health Training 001

Comprehensive training on DC:0-5 targeting advanced clinicians from fields of mental health, health, and early intervention who are responsible for diagnosis. Attendees will learn about the multi-axial approach to diagnosis, an approach which is developmentally informed, relationship-based, contextually and culturally grounded. Understand the contents of each axis, including Axis I: Clinical Disorders. Course will be …