The purpose of the Resource Directory is to help anyone who lives and works in the El Paso area find local agencies that assist children, youth and young adults with a disability.
ESC-Region 19 provides professional development in areas such as technology, bilingual education, special education, gifted and talented education, curriculum development, teaching skills, administrative leadership, and programs for at-risk students. Click to download contacts for local school districts.
El Paso’s only child inclusive childcare program providing childcare and helping children with special health care needs to grow and to develop to their physical and mental potential.
Hand to Hold provides ongoing support, education and navigation resources to parents and serves to fill the service gap that currently exists for families who have had a child in the NICU or who experienced a loss.
Moving? You don’t live in Texas? This link gives you contact information for Part C or Early Childhood Programs outside of Texas across the United States for early intervention services for babies and toddlers.
The Navigate Life Texas (NLT) website, a project supported by the Texas Health and Human Services (HHS), It was created to inform and empower parents of children with disabilities or special healthcare needs
The El Paso Project LAUNCH exists to establish a community based, coordinated, and easy to access mental health prevention framework that empowers families, builds on individual and community strengths, and fosters healthy relationships to improve the social and emotional health of children.
This resource guide contains information about resources of interest to families of children with developmental delays or disabilities, professionals who have an interest in families, and anyone interested in the well-being of young children and their families.