Young children deserve to have equal opportunity and supports for optimal and holistic development that will increase their chance at life-long success. Working directly with parents on the importance of their role as a child's first teachers, and providing them support based on their familial and cultural strengths is key in giving them a more equitable chance to thrive. Through our work with parents who may not have all the resources and supports they need and want but who have many assets to offer their children, we can positively influence the home environment of a child, which can provide them a strong sense of self, purpose, and belonging through relationships built in the home. However, this is oftentimes not enough. PASOs' initiative also focuses on building the capacity of teachers, nurses, home visitors, social workers and community health workers (promotores) to effectively reach and work with at-risk Latino families. We are a bridge that through education, and connection to resources, helps parents support their children. We are also the advocates that improve service providers' ability to understand and reach Latino children and families so that through systemic changes, the bridge is wider, stronger, and more sustainable.