American Indians in Texas - Spanish Colonial Missions
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Jerry Tello, M.A., Develop/Author of Joven Noble and Cara y Corazon Programs
Director, National Compadres Network
Isaac Alvarez Cardenas, M.S., Texas Regional Representative
The AIT-SCM Institute has developed an array of training and technical services that include:
-- National consultative advisors and experts in the area of Native American Indian and Latino healthy family development. This team of experts serves as trainers and advisors in strategic planning, program development, research and evaluation.
-- A clearing-house of bilingual/bicultural appropriate materials and resources that can be made available to programs and organizations locally, statewide and nationally.
-- A comprehensive Communication Center develops media campaigns that promote positive male/fatherhood involvement and reduce the incidence of family violence, school failure, poor health outcomes for Native American Indian, Chicano, and Latino children and families.
"Compadres Network" chapters locally, statewide, and throughout the nation.
The AIT-SCM Institute is also available to provide strategic planning, program development and implementation, and technical assistance in a variety of areas. Training is also available on the following curriculums:
Cara Y Corazon
(Face and Heart) A bilingual, bicultural family strengthening program.
(The Noble Youth) A Chicano/ Latino, character and responsibility program. The curriculum is
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