enFAMILIA currently offers the following 9 Youth Programs throughout the year as well as 10 Adult Programs. We help more than 1,000 students and nearly 2,000 adults annually, and average over 10,000 services provided per year.
The Immigrant Children Affirmative Network (ICAN) is a youth development and empowerment program for detained unaccompanied, undocumented minors in South Florida which seeks to restore a sense of humanity and foster resiliency and hope.
Progreso en Salud Project
The Progreso en Salud Project is a research study on HIV Risk Reduction in High Risk Latina Farm Workers in South Florida designed to promote healthy behaviors and reduce their risk of STD/HIV, domestic violence, and substance abuse in the community.
Path to Success
Path to Success is a mentorship program where the goal is to have 100% of the students graduate high school. Students and families are referred to academic, sports, enrichment and parenting programming to improve child’s academics and behavior.
About enFAMILIA, Inc.
enFAMILIA, Inc. was incorporated in September of 2000 to provide educational programs to help improve and preserve family life for a large population of migrant farm workers and low-income families living in deep South Miami-Dade County. This area includes Homestead, Florida City, Leisure City and Naranja.
Founding enFAMILIA, Inc.
Carlos E. Salgado, MFA and Rocio Tafur-Salgado, MS, CFLE, founders and directors of enFAMILIA, Inc. combined their field experiences and formal education to create the enFAMILIA Center to provide programs and services that address the unique needs of families in South Dade. In this past year, we have served approximately 2,000 people.
enFAMILIA's Educational Programming
PROGRAM OFFERED ANNUALLY
YOUTHS SUPPORTED ANNUALLY
ADULTS SERVED ANNUALLY
SERVICES PROVIDED ANNUALLY
HISTORY OF enFAMILIA
Over 15 years of educational & support programs
enFAMILIA, Inc. was incorporated in September of 2000 to provide educational programs to help improve and preserve family life for a large population of migrant farm workers and low-income families living in Deep South Miami-Dade County. This area includes Homestead, Florida City, Leisure City and Naranja.