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We all have a story. We want to hear yours.

Following the August 3rd tragedy, the El Paso United Family Resiliency Center launched United & Resilient, a podcast intended to share stories of hope and resilience. A place where community leaders and experts could share their knowledge on a variety of topics including mental health, FRC programming, active living, and more.

Now we want to take it a step further, by asking all community members to share their unheard August 3rd stories with us.


Listen to a sample:

Where Were You on August 3rd?El Paso United Family Resiliency Center
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Scheduling your private storytelling session starts with booking a date and time slot on the webform below. 


  • 30 minutes to record two takes

  • Must memorize or read off a mobile device, no paper 

  • Hosted via Zoom 

  • Requires stable internet connection, quiet location and headphones with microphone 


  • 30 minutes to record two takes

  • Must memorize or read off a mobile device, no paper 

  • Visit 6314 Delta Dr, El Paso, TX 79905 and arrive 10 minutes in advance of appointment 

  • Must follow COVID-19 protocols below 

Format Start: Hi my name is Elizabeth Gamez and this is My August 3rd Story: [insert story]

How will you attend?

​Minors must have the consent of their parent/ guardian to participate.

Thanks for booking your session! We will reach out to you shortly.


For in-person sessions, we ask that you are mindful of our COVID-19 protocols.

  • Please arrive wearing a mask

  • Please adhere to a temperature check when arriving to the FRC building

  • Please allow at least 3 feet between you and others

  • Please utilize hand sanitizer before using recording equipment

  • If you happen to feel ill on or before the day of your session, please let us know so that we may reschedule your recording session

The following of these protocols will ensure your safety and the safety of our staff members.

If you or a loved one was impacted by the August 3rd tragedy , the El Paso United Family Resiliency Center offers support and resources. Please, call (915) 775-2783 to begin your healing journey.

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