Capstone Project (Open Access)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Health, Human Services and Public Policy
Partners for Peace (P4P) will implement the Familia Adelante (FA) project to help at-risk Latino families. Counselors, probation officers, and parents recommend cultural change adaptation programs for Latino families. DePanfilis (2006) believes neglect damages brain development more than trauma, but self-esteem issues affect adolescent behavior more than violence. Providing evidence-based services and support can help prevent abuse and neglect. Child abuse usually leads to delinquency, antisocial behavior, and unhealthy sexual behavior in adolescents. FA projects require parents to set limits, communicate with their children, work together, love, and use discipline as a corrective tool. P4P's FA project helps immigrant families and their children, even though school children face violence and bullying. Community involvement and support can improve the mental and emotional health of adults, children, and adolescents. Kids do better in school when parents are present and involved. We only suggest looking for better programs to help Monterey County families.
Salgado, Gustavo A., "FAMILIA ADELANTE: Hope For Youth And Families At Risk" (2023). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 1434.