The Texas Familias Council is a nonpartisan, community development organization nurturing inclusive communities and supporting families.
AN INDEPENDENT VOICE OF COMMUNITY GUIDANCE SINCE 2011
“Strengthening families and inspiring inclusive communities through focused development guidance”.
The hard work is done within communities, and in lifting communities to their potential. Our Council crosses communities, sectors, and barriers to reach practical solutions for all.
HONORING HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH 2014! Informing and Guiding our Growing Communities: CONVERGING TEXAS COMMUNITIES SYMPOSIUM
with Dr. Steve H. Murdock and Linda Vega
Click to view: TEXAS FAMILIAS COUNCIL
A Montgomery County First:
County Candidate Forum held in our Latino Community April 2014
A full house of local residents welcomed candidates for County Judge and County Commissioner. This coordinated effort was the first such formal forum held for a rural Latino community in the county. The Texas Familias Council was proud to be a part of this pivotal effort. Every first builds a stronger community.
Click below for coverage:
MCLatina Inspira interview with Univision: http://www.youtube.com/embed/awXnKn-VFrc
Bringing women together: “MCLatina Inspira!” at Lone Star College Montgomery Nov. 8, 2012
Click title below to watch parts of our training/presentation in Conroe:
Houston Chronicle Profile Article:
Launching Our MCLatina 2012 County Initiative
Celebrating, supporting, and promoting the progress of local Latinas in family life, professions, and leadership
Young Latinos develop a dual identity as they combine cultural traditions, values, and expectations with a very American perspective. Dr. Luis Torres from the University of Houston made a wonderful presentation on Dr. Zayas’ research on Latina mental health to a full house at Lone Star College Montgomery on March 30. Thank you State Farm Insurance, Lone Star College System, and Artemis Justice Center for your support of this invaluable event!
Dr. Steven Murdock addressed Montgomery County leadership at our inaugural Symposium, and one year later TXFC helped residents secure a 1.4 million infrastructure grant for the Deerwood community.
Sirviendo Nuestras Familias- Nuestra Comunidad
Liderazgo representando todas regiones y sectores de Montgomery County se juntaron para el simposio inagural- el primer estudio comprensivo de las poblaciones transicionales del condado. La Mesa Redonda es un producto orgulloso de nuestra comunidad y ofrecemos una voz independiente sobre los cambios enfrentando nuestro gran condado.