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Israel Concha, Founder and New Comienzos President opens new NGO offices in Las Vegas, NV

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Israel Concha, Founder and New Comienzos President opens new NGO offices in Las Vegas, NV

September 15
03:28 2022
Israel Concha, Founder and New Comienzos President opens new NGO offices in Las Vegas, NV
‘New Comienzos, knocking on doors’, Israel Concha has now initiated offices of New Comienzos in Las Vegas, NV.

Committed to his motto; ‘New Comienzos, knocking on doors’, Israel Concha has now initiated offices of New Comienzos in Las Vegas, NV. The NGO has already helped over 100,000 deportees, migrants, dreamers, and binational families adjust to Mexican life.

Thousands of Mexicans are deported from the US every year. They are met with several challenges right after their repatriation to Mexico. They possess no money, they are jobless. They strive for shelter and food vouchers. Many psychological problems are there to welcome them. Finding it hard to understand Spanish also adds to their trauma.

Before his expulsion from the US, Concha ran a well-settled transportation business under the title of “American Yellow Cab”. His company offered several transportation services like cabs, rentals, limo service, concierge, and shuttles. It was until he got deported to Mexico. Then on his arrival in Mexico, he was immediately kidnapped and tortured being doubted to be a DEA agent. Israel’s journey from being a successful businessman in the US to a helpless deportee urged him to think about other Mexicans going through the same situation.

Conscious of the difficulties faced by the fresh deportees, Israel Concha established New Comienzos to assist them to start over their lives. He has managed to give new directions to the clueless lives of numerous dreamers.

New Comienzos offers numerous services to help resolve the issues of such people. It refers them to legal aid, psychological assistance, help finding them shelters, food vouchers, and jobs. It also helps bilinguals to overcome the language barrier by certifying them in Spanish and English courses.

Their mentoring program is one of the most significant initiatives to assist newly deported Mexicans overcome initial difficulties. With this program, New Comienzos lets the homeless feel at home. The NGO follows up with its subjects until they are successful.

Above all, the services are provided free of cost. The NGO is self-funded and doesn’t receive any grant from the government. Concha believes in the development of a community where people volunteer and help each other. He believes this mentoring program to be a mental therapy for himself. His family is in America so he feels the sufferings endured by other deportees.

New Comienzos was formerly functional in 35 different states of the US, Mexico, and Central America. It has expanded its presence to another state now, as the Founder and New Comienzos President, Israel Concha has opened new offices of the NGO in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The purpose of opening new offices is to lend a helping hand to the Latino/Latinx community in the United States and to make sure they find bigger and better opportunities in America as well. They will be offered the same services offered in Mexico but focus on community success and assistance in the United States so they can pursue their American dream.

Concha’s favorite slogan; “Looking for bigger and better opportunities for our binational community on both sides of the border, New Comienzos” affirms his confidence and devotion towards reshaping latinos’ lives.

Media Contact
Company Name: New Comienzos
Contact Person: Israel Concha / New Comienzos
Email: Send Email
Phone: 213-292-2436
Country: United States
Website: https://www.newcomienzos.org/