Partnering for Community Recovery

The impact of a traumatic event can affect us in various ways such as trouble sleeping, changes in eating habits, decreased productivity, withdrawal and confusion.

El Paso Child Guidance Center came together with community partners to aid in efforts to help the El Paso community recover after the mass tragedy of August 3rd.

Recovery efforts are ongoing and support can be obtained through multiple community agencies.

For detailed information about resources, check out the El Paso Strong website www.epstrong.org

 
Additional resources:

United Way of El Paso
https://www.unitedwayelpaso.org/

National Child Traumatic Stress Network
https://www.nctsn.org/
• Talking to Children about the Recent Shooting
https://www.nctsn.org/resources/talking-children-about-shooting
• Parent Guidelines for Helping Youth after the recent shooting
https://www.nctsn.org/resources/parent-guidelines-helping-youth-after-recent-shooting
• Psychological Impact of the Recent shooting
https://www.nctsn.org/resources/psychological-impact-recent-shooting
• After a Crisis: Helping Young Children heal
https://www.nctsn.org/resources/after-crisis-helping-young-children-heal


El Paso Child Guidance Center - It's About Community!

Join us today and together we can make a difference.

Your voice is important to us. Please use the space to the right to offer your feedback about our services or to request more information. Thank you.

The Center’s mission is to benefit the El Paso Community by providing quality mental health services to children, families and individuals of all ages.  The Center’s vision is to promote a healthy and happy community where comprehensive mental health treatment is available to everyone.

Please contact us with any questions about our services and all the wonderful opportunities to help...

  2701 E. Yandell
  (915) 562-1999
  contact@epcgc.org

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