Burned Out? You Might Have Compassion Fatigue

To undertake the noble task of being a mental health hero and providing care to people who have experienced severe forms of trauma, it’s important to have compassion.

From Seed to Plant: Nueces County JJAEP’s Student Garden

After weeks of preparation, the Nueces County JJAEP were excited to finally kick off the official start of Spring. How? A new student garden.

The School-to-Prison Pipeline: How Schools Are Failing Students

National experts have established a dangerous link: School discipline, dropout rates, and referrals enable the school-to-prison pipeline.

We Asked Latina Entrepreneur Academy Winners for Business Advice. Here’s What They Said.

Trina Price and Nancy Flores are bright, motivated entrepreneurs with fantastic ideas. We were able to sit down with them and learn more about their vision, along with what ...

Recognizing #SWKHeroes: Steadfast Perseverance and Courageous Leadership

We're proud to honor three more #SWKHeroes. Congratulations to Alejandra Calderon, Stefanie Miranda and Lazara Arroyo!

De-escalation Strategies and How to Use Them

When a person experiences any form of trauma, certain things can trigger severe reactions. De-escalation strategies can help people recover from these reactions.

Community Partners Help Create Bright Memories in 2020

Serving kids and families is more than a job, it’s a calling. That’s why we have Southwest Key’s Employee Giving fund. We want to keep ...

How Local Soldiers Began Tutoring Bell County JJAEP Students

With students struggling to stay engaged this school year, Bell County JJAEP found an surprising opportunity for engagement with the nearby Fort Hood.

Employee Giving Fund Helps Youth Chase Big Dreams

Serving kids and families is more than a job, it’s a calling. That’s why we have Southwest Key’s Employee Giving fund. We want to keep ...

Migrant Workers Face Greater Danger From COVID-19. Here’s How We’re Helping.

Migrant workers throughout America influence our daily lives in so many ways, often unseen—and they're at a higher risk for COVID-19.