Our mission is to preserve and advance the history of the African-American Community in El Paso in an atmosphere that nurtures both young and old. By offering integrated services that enhance the quality of life for all, the McCall Center is the focal point for building the community spirit that will spark community revitalization.
IN THE COMMUNITY
Community events and information to share
- On Saturday, 5 November 2022 from 10am–3pm. Community Health Fair sponsored by the Islamic Center of El Paso. Physicians available…
- On Friday, 11 November 2022 beginning at 10am. Veteran’s Day Parade. Grand Marshal: Retired Major General Edward Greer
- 11 November 2022 –15 April 2023. Bob Snead’s Buffalo Soldiers Revisited. Longview Museum of Fine Arts, Longview, Texas
The McCall Center is available for use for your events. Call 915-566-2407.
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS
The McCall Center supports suicide prevention efforts. The National Suicide Prevention Hotlines is 1-800-273-8255
If you would like to sign up with the Crisis Text Line to become a volunteer Crisis Counselor, visit crisistextline.org/volunteer