Virtual Home-Visiting for First-Time Parents
The Healthy Families Loudoun program’s intensive, long-term virtual home visiting and case management services are targeted toward helping families build a foundation for success, where the outcomes of our work are evident in stronger, more self-reliant families, a healthier community, and children who enter school ready to learn and succeed.
- For first-time parents: pregnant or with child less than 14 days old
- Intensive virtual-home visitation, providing parenting education and support
- Case management and access to critical resources
- Ensures healthy/safe home and optimal child development
To learn more about Healthy Families Loudoun contact
Cecilia Diaz-Yap, Healthy Families Program Manager at 571-465-5994 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Center-Based Programs for All Adults
Our adult programs build healthy, stable family units where children can thrive.
Parent Education/Support Groups
- Offered twice a month
- Free of charge
- Offered in Spanish language
- Topics focused on creating healthy, stable homes
- Financial literacy and management
- Parenting classes
- Healthy relationships and domestic violence prevention
- How to access local resources
For more information about Parent Education/Support Groups, contact Gester Pino, Family Support Specialist/Educational Groups Facilitator at 571-465-2375 or email@example.com.
Download Parent Education Class Schedule:
El Futuro Program
INMED USA’s El Futuro program is designed to accelerate economic and social recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic among the disproportionately affected Latino immigrant community in Loudoun County. Through a variety of educational and skills development initiatives, El Futuro is helping more than 1,400 mid-career parents bridge the digital divide, build employable skills and achieve sustainable financial security while engaging their entire families in capacity building education. Current initiatives include: Basic Computer Skills for Parents, Life Skills Workshops, Free Family Essentials and COVID Relief and Access to Community Resources.
INMED USA’s El Futuro program is designed to accelerate economic and social recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic among the disproportionately affected Latino immigrant community in Loudoun County. Through a variety of educational and skills development initiatives, El Futuro is helping more than 1,400 mid-career parents bridge the digital divide, build employable skills and achieve sustainable financial security while engaging their entire families in capacity building education. Current initiatives include:
Basic Computer Skills for Parents
Lack of access to distance learning tools is a big challenge for hundreds of families in our community. INMED USA is working hard to help narrow the digital divide. In partnership with LCPS, we are teaching parents how to type, access distance learning tools and set up email accounts on a computer and cell phone. Through INMED USA’s basic computer skills training, we are opening new worlds and changing futures—one mom at a time. Email Paula Callaghan to learn more.
Adult Exercise Class
Monday evenings at 6:30 pm via Zoom with INMED USA
Instructor Irene Saucedo (bilingual)
Ejercicios para adultos
Lunes a las 6:30 pm
A traves de Zoom con INMED USA
con la Intructora Irene Saucedo (bilingue)
Please click the link below to join the webinar via Zoom:
Webinar ID: 881 5154 4861
This FREE class teaches infant, pediatric and adult first aid/CPR/AED and is open to the public. Classes are in person at the INMED Opportunity Center in Sterling, under strict COVID safety conditions. Registration required. Space is limited. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Life Skills Workshops
In partnership with our community coalition, Construyendo Comunidades, we provide at-risk families with the opportunity to overcome social isolation and strengthen parenting, coping, relationship and life skills. Weekly workshops are offered mostly in Spanish in practical topics, such as disciplining children with love, family finances, cooking healthy on a budget and much more. Delivered via Zoom, the interactive workshops are led by local experts and community partners. CLICK HERE to view the calendar.
Free Family Essentials and COVID Relief
Thanks to our generous community partners and individual donors, the INMED Opportunity Center in Sterling has become a hub of essential resources for families in need. Email Rosa Tobar or call 703-729-4951 to learn more about our weekly distributions of free food packages, diapers, toilet paper, hygiene supplies, PPE and more—or to donate much-needed supplies!
Access to Community Resources
INMED USA offers emotional and practical support and direct assistance in accessing community resources in six key areas:
- Positive parenting
- Preventing family violence
- Building strong relationships
- Child health and development
- Adult health and well-being
- Free or low-cost goods and services
Email Rosa Tobar or call 703-729-4951 to contact our Community Resources Coordinator.