Crisis intervention deliberately avoids becoming involved in long-term matters and the focus is on the "here and now". This is often the only kind of help or treatment an individual wants or needs. The work of the crisis worker is to empower people e. SLO Hotline : SLO Hotline is for emotional and mental health support as well as a suicide prevention and mental health crisis line that is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Confidential telephone services are always available for anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress through this program. SLO Hotline is also available to answer non-emergency calls from anyone in need of emotional or mental health information or referrals.
Services available in Spanish. Free 8-hour certification course that teaches community members how to recognize and appropriately respond to an individual experiencing emotional or behavioral health challenges or crisis. Suicide Prevention and Intervention Skills is a discussion of signs and symptoms, risk factors and protective factors for suicide; how to respond, assess lethality, prevent and intervene; community resources for assistance.
This training is offered by Transitions-Mental Health Association. Over one million caregivers have participated in this two-day, highly interactive, practical, practice-oriented workshop. Participation in the full two days is required. Enjoy small group discussions and skills practice that are based upon adult learning principles. Experience powerful videos on suicide intervention. Feel challenged and safe. Mental Health First Aid is offered in the form of an interactive 8-hour course that presents an overview of mental illness and substance use disorders in the U.
Those who take the 8-hour course to certify as Mental Health First Aiders learn a 5-step action plan encompassing the skills, resources and knowledge to help an individual in crisis connect with appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-help care. The forums are made possible by the Suicide Prevention Council of San Luis Obispo County whose mission statement is to prevent suicide and respond to the impact of suicide in a culturally sensitive way through community collaboration between agencies, organizations and citizens by means of public education, training, advocacy and the sharing of resources.
Journey of Hope, an inspiring and educational mental wellness forum is an annual event that takes place in the winter in Pismo Beach, CA. A community forum on living mentally well, the event offers an opportunity to interact with mental health and community leaders, learn about local resources and, best of all, celebrate hope.
This is a free event, open to the public. Continuing education units CEUs are offered. This free event is offered by Transitions-Mental Health Association. Free and Confidential Hour crisis intervention and suicide prevention support Access to trained crisis counselors. San Mateo County is dedicated to preventing suicides across the county. The Committee is comprised of San Mateo County representatives, SamTrans, community based organizations, and community members.
Visit this website for suicide prevention resoursces. The Glendon Association also provides various gatekeeper suicide prevention trainings for professionals and community members. Need Help? We Care! A grass-roots community coalition whose mission is to develop and implement an effective, comprehensive, community-based mental health plan for youth's well-being in Palo Alto. Santa Clara County released its first-ever county-wide Strategic Plan for suicide prevention on August 24th, It addresses the primary suicide prevention goals for Santa Clara, including 1 reducing suicide attempts and death, 2 empower residents to identify and refer individuals at-risk to appropriate resources, and 3 improve the quality of life for individuals and their loved ones who are dealing with mental illness.
Every Monday pm Please call Brief assessment over the phone. A cost-free drop-in support group where adults who have lost a loved one to suicide can meet weekly to find support In their grief with others experiencing a similar loss. The Out of the Darkness Community Walks take place across communities across the country, with the proceeds benefiting the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, to help with vital research and education programs to prevent suicide and save lives, increase national awareness about depression and suicide, and provide support for survivors of suicide loss.
Also refers to National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Here's how it works: 1. A teen texts into CTL anywhere, anytime. A live, trained specialist receives the text and responds quickly. The specialist helps the teen stay safe and healthy with effective, secure counseling and referrals through text messaging using CTL's platform.
No matter what problems you are dealing with, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline wants to help you find a reason to keep living. Also for their caregivers and for younger disabled adults. The suicide prevention workgroup is a local collaboration of public and private agencies and community members focused on reducing the suicide attempts and deaths in Shasta County through collaboration, advocacy, education, training and evaluation. Workgroup meets 3rd Tuesday of each month.
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For more information, please visit the website. If you have lost a loved one to suicide, you are invited to join a free, non-therapeutic support group. Contact Marcia Ramstrom for information. Sponsored by Help Inc. Also offers a prompt for veterans or those concerned about a veteran. The Solano Crisis Stabilization Unit is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for both voluntary and involuntary admissions of individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Grassroots, family and consumer self-help support and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with severe mental illnesses, i.
The program is designed to educate the community about opportunities on behalf of seniors that could be at risk of a crisis, which could lead to mental health challenges. A hour course provided by Aldea Children and Family Services, available to interested community members,that seeks to inform individuals to help and connect persons with mental illness to services and support.
Trains and supports community members and case managers to identify and link older adults who exhibit signs of early onset of mental illness or are at risk of developing mental illness, to appropriate community resources. NAMI Sonoma County offers understanding, support, education and advocacy to anyone concerned about mental illness. They work with public agencies, private businesses and the media to increase knowledge and awareness, while advocating for improved services in the field.
Individual and group support is available, as well as community education and training. The Network of Care for Behavioral Health www. This Web site is a resource for individuals, families and agencies concerned with behavioral health. It provides information about behavioral health services, laws, and related news, as well as communication tools and other features.
This Web site can greatly assist in our efforts to protect our greatest human asset - our beautiful minds. The listings in the Service Directory and Announcement Newsletters Link are provided for information only and are not meant to endorse any particular agency or service. Phone: John Floe The response was the development of this community based outreach program that empowers communities through education and collaboration.
Most people with thoughts of suicide invite help to stay safe. Alert helpers know how to use these opportunities to support that desire for safety. As a safeTALK-trained suicide alert helper, you will be better able to: move beyond common tendencies to miss, dismiss or avoid suicide; identify people who have thoughts of suicide; apply the TALK steps Tell, Ask, Listen and KeepSafe to connect a person with suicide thoughts to suicide first aid, intervention caregivers.
John Floe ext. Mental Health First Aid is an interactive hour course that presents an overview of mental illness and substance use disorders in the United States. Participants will learn about risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems, as well as understand their impact and overview common treatments. Participants who certify as Mental Health First Aiders learn a 5-step action plan encompassing the skills, resources and knowledge to help an individual in crisis connect with appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-help care.
Over , caregivers have received this training. Just as "CPR" skills make physical first aid possible, training in suicide intervention develops the skills needed for suicide first aid. ASIST is a two-day 15 hours intensive, interactive and practice-dominated course designed to help caregivers recognize risk and learn how to intervene to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. The Friendship Line at Institute on Aging operates a hour toll-free hotline for older and disabled adults. Trained staff and volunteers make and receive calls to and from individuals who are either in crisis or just in need of a friend.
Offers crisis support, evaluation, assesment and information about access to services. Founded through efforts in Tehama county.
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Awareness and fundraising event to support sucide prevetion efforts of AFSP. The event is held in Chico, CA. After-hours clinical support available to any Tri-City resident who is not enrolled in formal treatment services. The trained and experienced therapists who staff this crisis response line are available Monday through Thursday from p. Monday morning. If you are experiencing significant emotional distress and need assistance during these hours.
During Tri-City business hours, and On a Walk-In Basis only, Supplemental Crisis Services also provides crisis evaluation and intervention for persons in the Tri-City area who are not enrolled in formal treatment services. Courageous Minds is a speakers bureau made up of individuals whose lives have been touched by mental illness. They are trained and experienced in telling their story as a powerful and impactful piece of community discussions and presentations.
The Wellness Center is a hub of community activities that promote recovery, resiliency, and wellness for people confronting mental health issues. Staff include peers, family members, clinical staff, and volunteers.
SuicideTALK 90 Minutes — ages 15 and above Examines why people experience thoughts of suicide Encourages open discussion about suicide and attitudes toward it Explores ways people can help to prevent suicide SafeTALK 4 Hours — ages 15 and above Notice and respond to situations where suicide thoughts may be present Move beyond the common tendency to miss, dismiss, and avoid suicide, Know community resources and how to connect someone with thoughts of suicide to them for further suicide-safer help. TALK 1. This is a customized presentation which covers basics of suicide prevention and addresses current efforts of our task force.
This training is NOT intended to teach attendees how to prevent suicide. It is intended to convey an education about the topic of suicide including terms, statistics, and personal feelings and beliefs about suicide. Multi-diciplinary collaborative focused on suicide prevention.
Join us: Tuolumne County Behavioral Health Department's crisis hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The call is free and confidential and is available to anyone in a suicidal crisis, anyone concerned with someone in suicidal crisis, and anyone seeking emergency mental health services. The YES partnership was created in in response to a spike in local teen suicides. Its ongoing mission is to support Tuolumne County youth and families and prevention substance abuse, suicide and child abuse.
The YES Partnership provides the community with a vibrant forum for networking and coordination among agencies, community members, parents and youth leaders who care about youth and families. Contact your carrier to learn about coverage options and mental health services available to you through your health insurance plan.
Dial to learn about additional community services. Operated through United Parents, this helpline offers support and resources focusing on children's mental health and crisis. Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County is a non-profit organization with the mission of providing crisis prevention and intervention, education and community outreach services to the residents of Yolo County.
Whatever the problem, teens are welcome to call this confidential and anonymous crisis line for support. This hour confidential tip line is where students in Davis and Woodland can report concerns about school safety, including information about possible violence or incidents of harassment. Since the school shooting tragedy at Columbine, such student reports have saved hundreds of lives. NAMI-Yolo is a nonprofit grassroots program of education, advocacy and support dedicated to improving the lives of people with psychiatric brain disorders including clinical depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.
The effect on friends and family of suicide loss can be overwhelming. Survivors of suicide loss often state that no other loss has been as painful or confusing. Additional feelings of guilt, anger, and sadness can create a complicated grief process. In a group with others who have shared a similar loss, support comes from exploring, sharing, and clarifying feelings. Because suicide grief can have an ongoing impact, individuals are encouraged to consider attending no matter how long ago the suicide occurred.
At various times during the year, the group generally meets for eight consecutive Wednesday evenings at the Suicide Prevention business office in Davis. Classroom presentations are provided to junior high and high school students in Yolo County, emphasizing the warning signs of suicide, creating peer awareness, and stressing the importance of reaching out for help. The mission of Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County is to provide crisis prevention and intervention, education and community outreach services to the residents of Yolo County.
Various fundraisers are held throughout the year to support the organization. Juntos tenemos el poder de hacer la diferencia; el poder de salvar una vida. El sufrimiento no siempre se nota. Hablar de querer morirse o suicidarse Buscan una manera de suicidarse con ejemplos por internet o adquiriendo un arma Sentirse sin esperanza, desesperado o atrapado. No deje a la persona sola. Quite todos los objetos que puedan ser letales armas, medicamentos, etc. No se ponga en peligro. Aumentan el uso de sustancias Aumentan el uso del alcohol u otras drogas.
Descuido en la apariencia y cuidado personal Descuidan la apariencia personal, la higiene, no se cambian por mucho tiempo, no comen o no se alimentan bien. Ponen sus asuntos en orden Se apresuran a completar o a revisar sus testamentos. Miraba por un minuto y luego continuaba con el siguiente. Abuso de drogas o alcohol "Ella detestaba las drogas o por lo menos no le gustaban.
Pero ahora parece siempre estar volada o con ganas de usar. La gente lo adoraba, especialmente las chicas. Regalo de pertenencias "Siempre le mencionaba que me encantaba su collar. Rabia o enojo "Mi esposo era bien calmado, pero ahora vive enojado frecuentemente. Antes no era tan malgeniado. Hablan de buscar venganza. Nada va a cambiar. Nunca va a mejorar. Dicen cosas insinuando que la vida no tiene sentido. Dejan de hablar y de hacer cosas con la gente o paran de hacer actividades que antes disfrutaban.
Practique lo que va a decir. El hablar sobre el suicidio NO le mete esa idea en la cabeza a alguien; por lo contrario, normalmente la persona siente un alivio. Entiendo lo que dices acerca de no estar seguro de si quieres vivir o morir. A lo mejor este sentimiento se te va a pasar. El dejarles saber que Ud. Hagan un plan de seguridad entre los dos. Lo que no se debe decir. Trata, a ver si me importa. No le diga a la persona que lo haga. Puede que la persona le pida que no le diga nada a nadie acerca de sus sentimientos suicidas.
Busque Ayuda Ud. Nacional y Estatal. Friends for Survival Amigos de los Sobrevivientes www. Recursos Locales. Crisis Hotline 1. Programs Community Education Program Business Office: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline This free, hour hotline is available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Interfaces with the crisis line as needed.
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Operated by crisis specialists. Crisis Lines Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline hour hotline Direct Line Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week Toll-free, 24 hour hotline offers immediate support, encouragement, crisis intervention and resource referrals to those in crisis or family and friends who are fearful that a loved one may be suicidal. Events R U OK? Crisis Lines Glenn County Crisis Line 24 hour mental health and suicide crisis intervention as well as counseling and referrals to resources and services.
Trainings Suicide Prevention Trainings Crisis Lines Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline hour hotline Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week Toll-free, 24 hour hotline offers immediate support, encouragement, crisis intervention and resource referrals to those in crisis or family and friends who are fearful that a loved one may be suicidal. Trainings Suicide Prevention Basics Crisis Lines Lassen Crisis Line The Lassen Crisis Line offers resource and referral on suicide, depression, child physical and sexual abuse, domestic violence, family problems, alcohol and drug abuse, and information on all social service agencies in Lassen County and the services they provide.
Crisis Lines Didi Hirsch Suicide Crisis Line hour suicide prevention crisis line and operates with a staff of more than trained volunteers, serving callers throughout Southern California. Psychiatric Emergency Services Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Psychiatric Emergency Services PES is open to all Marin County residents and visitors who are experiencing a mental health crisis, such as suicidal depression or psychotic behavior, that requires immediate attention.
North Bay Suicide Prevention Hotline. Mono County Behavioral Health Department During business hours, individuals can call the Mono County Behavioral Health Department or walk-in for help; after business hours the answering machine will ask you to call Events Coastal Trail Walk Support Group Innovations Community Center ICC Adult Recovery and Resource Center A peer-run program in which staff and volunteers foster an atmosphere of support for individuals on the path to wellness and recovery. The OC Warm Line Find Services in Orange County Click the image above to begin searching for local services available in Orange County This Web site is a resource for individuals, families and agencies concerned with behavioral health.
San Francisco Linea de Apoyo Survivors in Action Against Suicide San Francisco Grief and Survivors Programs Mon-Fri 11ampm. Warm Line Suicide Crisis Hotlines SLO Hotline 1. Mental Health First Aid Mental Health First Aid is offered in the form of an interactive 8-hour course that presents an overview of mental illness and substance use disorders in the U. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1. Trainings Glendon Association Events Out of the Darkness Community Walk Crisis Lines Klamath Crisis Line Solano Crisis Stabilization Unit www.
Trainings Mental Health First Aid , x www. Sonoma County Psychiatric Emergency Services Warmline-Turning Point Community Programs La comida es muy buena. Tienen comida como las pupusas. Mis dos sabores favoritos de helado son chocolate y fresa. Me gusta leer historias. El gobierno mexicano promete todo y nunca hace. Nadie sabe nada de ellos. Es muy malo, pues el gobierno. Toma demasiado tiempo. No tengo hijos. I have worked in a garden for one or two years.
When I work, I speak English. But, the conversation is more difficult in English. There are more words that I do not remember. A perspective of my job is my passion for the plants, like the trees. I like plants and to plant and to prune the plants, for those who see the garden. Yes, it is important, for those view the garden. My favorite plant is the rose. There are many pretty plants; the roses are the most beautiful of all.
When I came to the garden, I leave it prettier than it was before. Apart for roses, I like soccer. It is fun. Well, sometimes in Mexico, we used to not have balls. Sometimes the ball would break and we used to weave it, that way, it does not open again and we could play with the ball again. But, since I was a child, I like sports.
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Well, in Mexico, many support Chivas or America. I support Cruz Azul. In other countries, they support champions like Barcelona. Other than soccer, I like mangos and oranges. Sometimes I cook roasted meat. The food is very good, it is Mexican and Salvadorean food. They have food like pupusas. Spaghetti and Mexican food are my favorite foods. My favorite flavors of ice cream are chocolate and strawberry. Also, I studied in the library. I like to study history. Also, my favorite band is Kual, and my favorite music is Cumbia.
The Mexican government promises everything and does nothing. There has been many cases, I think it was last year, where some students disappeared and it was really bad. They were going to a bus. Nobody knows anything about them.
If I could change something about immigration, I would change how one gets their papers. There is a lot of time to be astronomical. I have brothers, but they are in Mexico. I have many dreams of the future; to be an adventurer, great things, to buy a car, to have a house, to see my family, to have a family, to have kids, to marry a girl. Familia es todo para mi. Mi familia son trabajadores y responsables.
Estoy muy orgulloso de mi familia porque siempre han sabido comunicarse entre ellos mismos y seguir adelante apesar de todos los problemas. Por ejemplo ella me ayudaba con mis estudios, siempre me apoyaba en actividades, y me daba dinero. Han pasado muchas cosas que yo no voy a olvidar y no hay nada que quisiera cambiar.
Cuando nos reunimos en familia, recuerdo esos momentos que fueron los mejores. Tener conocimiento sobre la electricidad no es tarea porque eso es lo que me gusta. Ser inmigrante le impacta a uno porque no tiene esa libertad de ir a ver sus seres queridos cuando uno quiera. En el mundo, quiero cambiar el racismo porque se ve muy malo que uno discrimine otra persona por solo el hecho de ser de piel morena o piel chefe. Entonces eso es lo que los lleva aveces a las enfermedades. El Salvador. Family is everything for me.
I have a younger sister who is eleven years old and tiny. My family is hard working and responsible.
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My mother has been the biggest influence in my life because she is with me through the good and the bad. For example, she has always helped me with my studies, she supported me in activities, and she gave me money. No, I would not like to live another life because it would not be right to start from the beginning byline to where I am in my life now.
There have been many [Name] things I am not going to forget, and there is nothing that I would change. When we reunite as a family, I remember those moments that were the best. Therefore, this is very difficult because there are some jobs where you do different activities daily.
In El Salvador, there are many children who will not study, but my parents sent me to school. For me, English is very difficult. I have no knowledge about basic words or how to write in English. But knowing two languages, English and Spanish, can help a person a lot. Being an electrical engineer is my dream because it is something that motivates me and motivates me.
I studied "technique in electrical system" in high school. I learned how to get on the lifts and lay cables. I came here because most of my family was here and I was alone in El Salvador so I told them to bring me here. I really miss my friends, my grandma, and my cousins of my country. My life in the United States in the first days were, and still are, a little difficult because got to know part by part how to adapt to the new place that I was going to live. I was very sad because I had to leave what was familiar, and at the same time it was very exciting because I saw the people who I had not seen for a long time.
Continued My dream to this day has been going well because I get along well with all my family who I had not seen for many years. What surprised me about the journey to the United States was the landscape and the people. I think that the people of the U. Also, I like the approach of technology in the United States. This causes them to get sick. If someone would like to come to the United States, I would tell him or her to do it legally because they face too many dangers if they come here illegally. I value respect, education, and responsibility.
I advise that if you put a goal, do not only complete it, but also go beyond it. When the Faustus arrived at the United States, he was fascinated by everything he saw and thought that was very great. He liked it because he got to tsee family who had not seen in long time. He wishes that people come to the United States, that they come legally because there are many risks.
He worries about the security of others.
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He likes to keep all of his memories with his family because he never wants to forget the time with them in El Salvador, and he would like to make more memories. He likes soccer, and is respectful and responsible. He wants to fulfill all his goals and making his family very proud when he scores the goal that would mean that he won the game of his life. Fausto lived in El Salvador. He would like to be an electrician engineer because it grabs his attention. Mi comida favorita es la pizza de pepperoni. Tengo dos hermanas y un hermano.
Tengo un apodo. Quiero ser un ingeniero. Me gustan los perros, pero no los quiero porque para tener un perro, son muchas responsabilidades. I am 17 years old and I like to play soccer. My favorite teams are Spain and Real Madrid. I am from Honduras. My favorite food is pepperoni pizza. I have two sisters and one brother. They are ages 20, 24, and I am in the baby of my family. I like my sister, who is a little bit older than me, more because she has always taken care of me.
My other siblings byline do not live with my sister, Mileki. I have a nickname. My favorite class is math. In school, I do well in math but not as great in other classes. I want to be an engineer. My dream is to work for Google. When I was in Honduras and trying to come here, I thought things were going to be different here, but what is here is not like that because I now realize that in order to fulfill my American Dream I have to put more effort into studying. When I was there, I only thought that coming here would be easy. The American Dream is hard to fulfill but it does exist.
I do not have a girlfriend nor do I own any cats or dogs. I like dogs, but I do not want any because there are many responsibilities that come with owning a pet. Sometimes, I am timid. But when I start to know a person, I am more comfortable around them. Although he is the youngest of all, Super engineer Jorge is the top assistant. A Honduran, he has traveled far to reach the United States, all with dreams of a better life.
Jorge became a great engineer and helped all superheroes. Now he builds their tools and makes their powers stronger. He fixes things and helps save the world. He loves to play soccer and his favorite food is pizza with pepperoni, of course! The superheroes call him " Catracho " because he is from Honduras, but he is looking for the American Dream. A big American dream. Es una grande ciudad. Mi hijo mayor se llama Martin. Mi hija se llama Maricela. Haya ganaba poco dinero, pero hice barrancas para hacer dinero para meter a mi hija a una escuela privada. Me dijo que quiere ser un ingeniero de medicina.
Entonces lo hice. Continued Como cuarenta vinieron y llegamos en la frontera. Yo mismo me levanto temprano a trabajar porque tengo obligaciones de pagar mi renta y tengo que salvar dinero para mandarles a mis hijos. Me comunico con mi familia dos veces a la semana. I am from Toluca, Mexico. It is a big city. I was born in the town of Tejupilco, Toluca. What made me come here were my six children who began to study.
My oldest son is called Martin.
My daughter is called Maricela. Martin is 35 years old and started to study. Also, one of my daughters requested me to study, but I did not want her to. When she left elementary school, she wanted to enter high school. I did not allow it, and then she began to cry.
He has earned little money, but made ravines to make money in order to put my daughter in a private school. I pay 12, Mexican pesos to the private school each year. Also, I have to pay the rent. Then, I came here in the year And already I began to work. My daughter is a leader in the university of computer studies. My other daughter is an agronomist and already is working. And I have another son studying to have a doctorate in dentistry; he has only a year to a year and a half left in his studies and will receive work then.
The youngest will enter the university. He told me that he wants to be a medical engineer. I came here to be able to send them money up there even if it is little by little, and I did not want to come to the U. When I was 20 years old, I immigrated to the U. Like 40 came and arrived in the border. We came in a truck for 28 hours on ground and arrived in Agua Prieta, Sonora and from there we arrived at a hotel. The next day we left at 3 in the afternoon and we got out to the shore and walked at 3 in the afternoon till about 6 in the morning.
My obligation is to work because I should not be seated. I myself wake up early to work because I have obligations to pay my rent and I have to save money to send to my children. I went back in and since I have not returned. Yesterday, I took out my passport to buy my ticket. I want to visit my family in Mexico. I communicate with my family two times a week. In the future, I want to support the education of my children. Also, I hope that my children have a concrete house for all of the family. I want my children to go beyond me. Finally, in the future, I want to be with my children, work, and live around years.
Todos tuvimos la oportunidad de estudiar. Mi materia favorita de chica eran las ciencias naturales. No todos los inmigrantes son iguales porque no hay igualdad en cualquier derechos. Los leyes que ponen el gobierno a veces afectan los inmigrantes. Y he tenido muy buena suerte con los empleadores quien me han ayudado.
He tenido muy buenas experiencias. Family is very important to me. We all had the opportunity to study. Thanks to him, we Integer have themetus. The rest of my family lives in Mexico. I am here for my husband. I came here from there when I was twenty-six years old.
He was in the hospital when I met him. He says that he met me when I was younger because he was older than I was. The happiest moment of my life was when, first, I graduated from nursing school, and second when I got married. We are hoping that yes, we will be able to be parents. My favorite subject as a child was science.
In Mexico, I studied nursing. When I was in nursing, I was a nurse and I worked with surgeries, psychology, and public health. My dream as a little girl was to be a teacher. Now my ambitions, like any human being, are to learn more every day. It is beneficial to live here in the United States. The first challenge is to learn English. To know another language is important because it is necessary in work, and it offers more opportunities to work. I would like to learn English to be able to work with what I studied in Mexico.
There I only worked for a year and a half. Like I said about work, I think everyone has the same opportunities. The only thing that I would change would be to have it all, because here I have my husband but I. I think the government is a little crazy with its opinions about Mexicans. Not all immigrants are the same because there is not equality in any rights.
They have more opportunities than the Mexicans. The laws the government puts sometimes affect immigrants. For working here in the center? I started here last October And I have had very good luck with the employers that have helped me. I have had very good experiences. In five years, I think my life will be… Well I hope that it will be better! Chalatenango, El Salvador. Me preocupan mis hijos.
Solamente tengo mi hermana y mi hijo, quienes son mis parientes favoritos. Visitaba las iglesias en El Salvador. Mi santa favorita es la Virgen de Guadalupe. Los Diez Mandamientos es mi pelicula favorita. Estoy muy triste, pero para sonreir, cuento del uno al cinco, es mi manera para tranquilizarme.