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     “Building our community through our culture”
        Resource Directory Created By:
         HANDS ACROSS CULTURES

This project is funded by La Vision Del Valle Coalition
       A Community Coalition Grant funded by:

             U.S. Department of Justice,
             Office of Justice Programs,

   Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)
                                   INTRODUCTION
Hands Across Cultures, Corp. (HACC, pronounced “Hawk”) is a 501 c (3) non-profit
organization whose mission is to improve the health, education and well-being of the people
of Northern New Mexico through family-centered approaches deeply rooted in the
multicultural traditions of their communities. It is through this mission and the commitment
of our board and staff that we are able to support the efforts that address the health of our
communities and pueblos through prevention, reduction and treatment of substance abuse,
violence and gangs. Other concerns related to issues such as domestic violence, health
promotion and overall wellness issues, are also addressed in this directory and are the result
of a collaborative effort begun over nine years ago and has since formed into La Vision Del
Valle Coalition.

The organization of this directory is problem oriented with an emphasis on prevention,
education and early intervention. The directory lists resources for helping solve a wide array
of problems ranging from behavioral, medical, interpersonal, alcohol, and gang violence.

HACC has collected information in this directory in a good faith effort to benefit the
communities of Espanola and Pojoaque, as well as surrounding communities in Northern
New Mexico. A listing of a person, agency or organization in this directory does not mean
that HACC endorses the services provided or guarantees the quality of the services. The
consumer of any service listed in this directory has the ultimate responsibility of determining
the credentials of the provider and if they meet their needs.

As it is, HACC’s goal is to provide information to as many consumers as possible,
photocopying or other means of duplication of this directory is encouraged. Please feel free
to complete the enclosed program description form if you feel a program should be
included. For information, corrections or additions to future copies of this directory, contact
HACC either by:

Phone:          (505) 747-1889
Fax:            (505) 747-1623
E-mail:         hacc@valornet.com
Website:        www.handsacrosscultures.org
Mail:           PO Box 2215, Española, NM 87532

It is our hope you find this directory valuable and utilize it.



Harry Montoya
President/CEO




HACC Resource Directory                                                               PAGE 1
                          Table of Contents
Category                                           Page #
AIDS/HIV                                      10
ALCOHOL/DRUG                                  10, 11, 12
ANIMALS                                       12
ABUSE-ASSISTANCE SERVICES                     13, 14
B.I.A./NORTHERN INDIAN PUEBLOS                14
CLOTHING                                      14
CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS                           14, 15, 16
CHURCHES                                      16, 17
CITY OF ESPANOLA                              17, 18
COUNTY OF RIO ARRIBA                          18
COUNTY OF SANTA FE                            19
COUNSELING                                    19, 20, 21
CRISIS                                        21, 22
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES                          23, 24
DAY CARE/ EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTERS             24
EDUCATION                                     24, 25, 26
EIGHT NORTHERN PUEBLOS- (CHR) PROGRAMS        16
EIGHT NORTHERN PUEBLOS COUNCIL                28, 29
EIGHT NORTHERN PUEBLOS- EDUCATION PROGRAMS    25
EIGHT NORTHERN PUEBLOS- GOVERNORS OFFICES     27
EIGHT NORTHERN PUEBLOS- POLICE DEPARTMENTS    28
EIGHT NORTHERN PUEBLOS- SENIOR CENTERS        30
EIGHT NORTHERN PUEBLOS-YOUTH PROGRAMS         30
FINANCIAL                                     31
FOOD                                          31
HEALTH                                        31
HOTLINES                                      33, 34
HOUSING                                       35
INFANT CAR SEATS                              35
LEGAL/ATTORNEYS                               35
MEDICAL/ PHYSICIAN                            36, 37, 38, 39
800 #’S- NATIONAL                             39, 40
800 #’S- NEW MEXICO                           41, 42
SENIOR CITIZENS SERVICES                      43
SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS                         43, 44
STATE DEPARTMENT AND OTHER AGENCIES           44, 45, 46
CONGRESSIONAL MEMBERS                         47




HACC Resource Directory                                PAGE 2
                            ALPHABETICAL LISTING

Organization                                                 Page #
1st Presbyterian Church                                          43
4-H Clubs-Rio Arriba County Extension Service                    16
A.I.D.S. Clinical Trials Info Service                            22
Abiquiu Elementary                                               27
Abortion Hotline (Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. - 10 p.m. Eastern)            39
Abuse-CYFD Statewide Centralized Intake                          41
Accounting Department, San Juan Pueblo                           29
Adoption Foster Care Hotline                                     41
Adult-Basic Ed Northern NM Community College                     25
AIDS Hotline                                                     39
AIDS/ H.I.V. Info Service                                        11, 22
AIDS/STD & CDC Hotline, National                                 39
Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board                             41
Alcalde Elementary                                               27
Alcohol/Drug Abuse Information Helpline                          11, 39
Alzheimer’s Association Helpline                                 22, 33
American Academy of Pediatrics                                   22
American Cancer Society                                        34, 39, 43
American Cleft Palate Education Association                      39
American Council of the Blind                                    39
American Diabetes Association                                    32
American Heart Association                                       39
American Legion                                                  43
American Liver Foundation/Hepatitis Liver Disease Helpline       39
American Red Cross                                               43
Animal Shelter, City                                             13
Arroyos Del Norte Elementary                                     27
Atlas Center                                                     32
Automobile Safety, National (DOT)                                39
Ayudantes                                                      13, 20, 23
Behaviorally Disordered Children                                 22, 23
Better Business Bureau                                           39
BIA/ Northern Pueblos Agency                                     15
Birthright                                                       38
Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts                                           15
Boy’s Town (National Parents Crisis Hotline)                     33
C.D.C National Prevention Info Network                           11, 21
C.D.C. National Immunization Information Hotline                 32
C.D.C. National STD/AIDS Hotline                                 11, 33
C.D.C.-Nationally HIV Hotline                                    23



HACC Resource Directory                                        PAGE 3
                             ALPHABETICAL LISTING

Organization                                                     Page #
Car Seat Distribution Program                                       35
Carlos Vigil Mid-School 8th Grade                                   27
Casa de Corazon                                                     22
Casa Rael Nursing Center                                            22
Child Abuse Hotline/ National Child help                            39
Child Find of America                                               33
Child Help USA/ National Child Abuse Hotline                        33
Children Youth & Families Dept. - Statewide Centralized Intake      14
Children Youth and Families Department, Social Services             14
Children’s Medical Services                                         24
Chimayo Elementary                                                  27
Chimayo Head start                                                  25
Chimayo Valley Boy’s and Girl’s Club                                17
Chronic Fatigue and Immune Deficit Syndrome (CFS)                   39
Circle of Life                                                      12
City of Espanola Recreations Department                             15
Commission on the Status of Women                                   41
Congressional Members                                               46
Cornelia Delange Syndrome Foundation                                40
Coronado High Schools                                               27
Counseling Service Del Norte                                        20
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)                            43
Coyote Elementary                                                   27
Credit Union League of New Mexico                                   41
Crisis Center of Northern New Mexico                                14, 33
Crisis Response of Santa Fe                                         15
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation                                          40
Delancy Street                                                      11
Department of Labor                                                 44
Department of Public Health Division- (WIC)                         32
Department of Public Safety, NM State Police Complex                44
Department of Tourism                                               44
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)                         24
Dixon Elementary                                                    27
Dr. Williams Murray Ryan                                            38
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Referral Service                         33
Drug Free Workplace Helpline                                        13, 34
DWI Coordinator                                                     13, 20
Economic Development Department                                     44




HACC Resource Directory                                            PAGE 4
                             ALPHABETICAL LISTING

Organization                                                      Page #
Educational Talent Search                                             28
Eight Northern Indian Pueblos- CHR Programs                           17
Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council                                 28, 29
Eight Northern Indian Pueblos- Police Departments                     29
Eight Northern Indian Pueblos- Senior Citizen Centers                 30
Eight Northern Indian Pueblos- Youth Programs                         30
Eight Northern Indian Pueblos- Governor’s Offices                     28
Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department                     44
Enos Garcia Elementary                                                27
Environment Department                                                44
Environmental Program San Juan Pueblo                                 29
Episcopal Church Saint Stephens Share Program                         31
Espanola Chamber of Commerce                                          19
Espanola City Clerk                                                   18
Espanola City Hall                                                    18
Espanola City Manager                                                 18
Espanola City Police (See Espanola Police for more information)       18
Espanola Elementary                                                   27
Espanola Head start                                                   25
Espanola High School                                                  27
Espanola High School Teen Center Wellness Center                      36
Espanola Housing Authority                                            35
Espanola Mid- 7th Grade                                               27
Espanola Parks & Recreation, Lucero Center                            18
Espanola Public Health Department                                     15, 36
Espanola Public Library                                               27
Espanola Public School Administration                                 37
Espanola Valley Hospital                                              36
Espanola Valley Hospital/Radiology                                    36
Espanola Valley Ministerial Alliance                                  31
Espanola Valley Nursing & Rehab                                       36
Espanola, Office (Wed, Only)                                          31
Espanola, Sports Medicine                                             32
Esperanza- Battered Families                                      14, 20, 34
Fairview Elementary                                                   27
Families First                                                        38
Family Learning Center                                                25
Federal Election Commission                                           40
First Baptist Church                                                  17
Focus on Recovery Helpline                                            40
Food Distribution Prog. On Indian Reservation                         31
Foster Grandparent                                                    43

HACC Resource Directory                                             PAGE 5
                            ALPHABETICAL LISTING

Organization                                                         Page #
Gallina Elementary                                                        27
Gamblers Anonymous                                                        41
General Services Department                                               44
Good Times Day Care                                                       25, 35
Habitat for Humanity                                                      35
Hands Across Cultures, Corp. Teen Center                                  11, 16
Hanta Virus Hotline                                                       41
Health Centers of Northern New Mexico                                     37
Hernandez Elementary                                                      27
Hernandez Head start                                                      25
High School Equivalency Program (HEP) –NNMCC                              26
Higher Education Program San Juan                                         29
Highway & Transportation Department                                       41 44
Holy Cross Christian Service                                              31
Holy Family Catholic Church                                               17
Home Health Care                                                          44
Hospice Center                                                            37
Hoy Alcoholism Program (Chama)                                            12
Human Service Department                                                  45
Human Services Fraud Hotline                                              41
Human Services Income Support Division                                    26, 44
Indigent Fund                                                             31
Information Center for New Mexicans W/ Disabilities                       22, 41
Information Center for New Mexicans with Disabilities/Baby Net            24
Johnson O’Malley Program San Juan Pueblo                                  28
Kingston Residence                                                        43
Knights of Columbus Hall                                                  31
La Clinica del Pueblo                                                     37
La Clinicas Rural Outreach                                                21
Las Clinicas del Norte                                                    37
Las Cumbres Learning Center                                      15, 21, 24 25 37
Lawyer referral for the Elderly                                           35 41
Legislative Council Services                                              45
Legislative Education Study Committee                                     45
Legislative Finance Committee                                             45
Lieutenant Governor’s Office Hotline                                      41
Lindy Akes, M.D.                                                          36
Los Alamos Family Council                                                 21
Los Alamos Family Medical Care                                            36, 37
Los Ninos Kindergarten                                                    27
Los Rios Home Health Care                                                 38
Lovelace Family Medical Center                                            38

HACC Resource Directory                                                 PA7E 6
                            ALPHABETICAL LISTING

Organization                                                    Page #
Lybrook Elementary                                                 27
Lyndrith Elementary                                                27
McCurdy School                                                     27
Medicaid Provider Fraud Unit (Attorney General)                    42
Mi Casa Bonita                                                     43
Mountain View Elementary                                           27
Municipal League                                                   42
Narcotics Anonymous                                                12
National Bone Marrow Transplant Link                               40
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol/Drug Info. (NCADI)              11, 22
National Down Syndrome Society                                     40
National Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Clearinghouse      40
National Info Center Epilepsy Foundation of America                40
National Insurance Consumer Helpline                               40
National Runaway Switchboard                                       34
National Substance Abuse Helpline                                  40
National Youth Sports Program (NYSP)                               16
New Mexico Commission for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing               43
New Mexico Influenza Hotline                                       42
New Mexico Poison Control                                          34
New Mexico Primary Care & Midwifery Services                       39
New Mexico School for the Deaf                                     26
New Mexico School for the Visually Handicapped                     24
New Mexico Youth Diagnostic and Development Center                 24
New Moon Lodge                                                     28
NM AIDS Hotline (24 hour hotline)                                  39
NM Center for Family and Adolescent Research                       21
NM Dept. of Agriculture                                            41
NM Dept. of Correction, Probation and Parole Division              43
NM Legal Aid                                                       35
NM Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped                42
NM Public Regulation Commission                                    45
Northern New Mexico Community College                              27
Northern New Mexico Legal AID                                      41
Northern New Mexico Midwifery Center                               39
Northern Rio Arriba Public Health                                  38
Nuestra Senora De Guadalupe Del Valle De Pojoaque                  17
Office of Executive Director San Juan Pueblo                       30
Office of the Governor                                             45
Office of the Human Resource Director San Juan Pueblo              30
Office of the Lieutenant                                           45


HACC Resource Directory                                           PAGE 7
                             ALPHABETICAL LISTING

Organization                                        Page #
Ohkay Owingeh Community School                          26
Ohkay Owingeh Head start                                26
Pablo Roybal Elementary                                 27
Parent Reaching Out (PRO)                               22, 23
Peace Keepers Domestic Violence                         30
Poison Information Center                               42
Pojoaque Boy’s and Girl’s Club                          16
Pojoaque Indian Education                               27
Pojoaque Intermediate School                            27
Pojoaque Valley High School                             27
Pojoaque Valley Indian Education                        27
Pojoaque Valley Middle School                           27
Pojoaque Valley Schools Administration                  27
Pojoaque Valley Student Services                        27
Pre-school Infant Evaluation Program                    26
Protection and Advocacy                             35, 41, 42
Public Defender                                         45
Pueblo of Nambe- Head start Center                      26
Pueblo of San I Day School                              26
Read Write Adult Literacy Program                       26
Recovery of Alcoholics Program, Inc. (R.A.P.)           13
Regulation and License Department                       45
Rio Arriba County Clerk                                 19
Rio Arriba County DWI Prevention Program                12
Rio Arriba County Extension Service                     19
Rio Arriba County Housing Authority                     35
Rio Arriba County Manager                               19
Rio Arriba DWI Program                                  19
Rio Arriba Juvenile Probation Office                    19
Rio Arriba Senior Citizen Center                        19, 43
Rio Grande Alcoholism Treatment Program                 13
Rock Christian Outreach                                 12
Rocky Mountain Orthopedics                              32
Rosemont Assistant Living                               43
Rotary Club of Santa Fe                                 44
Sacred Heart Church                                     17
Saint Anthony Catholic Church                           18
San Juan Boys and Girls Club                            16
San Juan Parish                                         17




HACC Resource Directory                               PAGE 8
                             ALPHABETICAL LISTING

Organization                                               Page #
Santa Clara Day School                                        26
Santa Clara Health Clinic (Pueblo)                            38
Santa Cruz Boys and Girls Club                                16
Santa Cruz De La Canada                                       18
Santa Fe County Clerk                                         20
Santa Fe County Health Office                                 20
Santa Fe County Manager                                       20
Santa Fe Indian School                                        28
Santa Fe Rape and Crisis Center                               15
Santa Fe Visitor Bureau                                       42
Santa Maria El Mirador                                        25
Santuario de Chimayo                                          18
Santa Fe Youth Development Program                            20
Sequoyah Adolescent Treatment Center                          12
Sombrillo Elementary                                          27
Sheri Raphaelson                                              38
Sierra Vista                                                  43
Social Security Administration                                40
Soup Kitchen                                                  31
St. Francis De Paws                                           15
St. Vincent’s Behavioral Health Services                      34
State Agency on Aging                                         42
State Attorney General                                        45
State Auditor                                                 45
State Bar of New Mexico                                       42
State Corporation Commission                                  45
State Employee Locator                                        45
State Engineer, State and Interstate Stream                   45
State Fire Marshall                                           42
State Game and Fish Department                                45
State Library                                                 45
State Personnel Office                                        45
State Records Center and Archives                             45
State Treasurer                                               45
Su Familia: The National Hispanic Family Health Helpline      34
Su Vida                                                       12, 21
Substance Abuse Referral Line                                 42
Suicide Hotline                                               33
Taos Day School (Pueblo)                                      26
Taos Elementary                                               27
Taos High School                                              27
Taos Municipal Schools                                        27

HACC Resource Directory                                      PAGE 9
                           ALPHABETICAL LISTING

Organization                                               Page #
Taos/ Picuris Indian Health Center                            38
Taxation and Revenue Department                               45
TDD Relay Customer Service                                    42
Tesuque Pueblo Head start                                     26
The Lighthouse                                                17
U.S. Dept. of Energy’s Office of the Inspector General        40
U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development Discrimination      40
United Methodist Churches                                     18
UNM Center for Family and Adolescents Research                12
USDA Rural Development                                        35
Valley Bible-Baptist Church                                   18
Vanished Children’s Alliance (VCA) Hotline                    23
Velarde Head start                                            25
Victory Faith                                                 18
Wellness Clinical Services                                    21
WIC                                                           36
Workers Compensation                                          42
Youth Shelters and Family Centers                             21, 23




HACC Resource Directory                                     PAGE 10
                                        AIDS/HIV

AIDS/ H.I.V. Info Service              (301) 519-0459 or 800-448-0440/ FAX: (301)519-6616
C.D.C. National STD/AIDS Hotline                                           (800) 227-8922
Services available, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
P.O. Box 6303, Rockville, MD 20849-6421
Website: www.hivatis.org
E-mail: atis@hivatic.org

C.D.C National Prevention Info Network                                       (800) 458-5231
P.O. Box 6003, Rockville, MD 20849-6421                                FAX: (888) 282-7681
E-mail: info@cdcnpin.org                                          Website: www. cdnpin.org
Services Provided: Nation’s primary reference and referral agency to HIV/AIDS, STD’s and
TB information to professional, including health professional and educators. Provides
publications and technical assistance. Office hours Monday-Friday, 9 am. - 8 pm. Eastern
Time. English and Spanish are spoken. Serves nationally.

                                   ALCOHOL/DRUG

Alcohol/Drug Abuse Information Helpline                                       (800) 962-8963

Delancy Street                                                                 (505) 852-4291
137 Old Alcalde Road, San Juan, NM 87566                                FAX: (505) 852-4292
Services Provided: Two-year residential treatment program for drug and alcohol problems.
Limited to over 18. Court referrals, other detox programs, and private interview necessary
for acceptance.

Hands Across Cultures, CORP.                                                 (505) 747-1889
P.O. Box 2215, Española, NM 87532                                      FAX: (505) 747-1623
E-mail: hacc@valoret.com                                          Website: www.Hacc95.org
Services Provided: Mission to develop and implement special alcohol, tobacco and other
drug abuse prevention, treatment, cultural diversity, economic development, violence
prevention, bi-cultural programs and services. HACC also implements a youth coalition for
Mid to High school grade levels.

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol/Drug Info. (NCADI)
                                                            (301) 468-2600 or (800) 729-6686
P.O. Box 2345, Rockville, MD 20847-2345                             Website: ncadi.samhsa.gov
Services Provided: NCADI collects, prepares, classifies and distributes information about,
alcohol, tobacco/drugs, prevention strategy materials, research and treatment, etc., to anyone
who is interested. There is no cost, except small cost recovery fees for videos. Office hours
are Monday-Friday, 8 am-6 pm. (est.) Information hotline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a
week. English and Spanish are spoken. Serves the United States and Territories.



HACC Resource Directory                                                            PAGE 11
                               ALCOHOL/DRUG, CONT.

Narcotics Anonymous                                        (800) 258-2971 or (505) 984-2098
Rock Christian Outreach                                                      (505) 753-2094
P.O. Box 2085, Española, NM 87532                                       FAX: (505) 747-3108
Services Provided: Provides Christian Spiritual approach to drug and alcohol abuse. Rock
Christian Outreach Men’s home available for counseling and family support.

Sequoyah Adolescent Treatment Center                                         (505) 222-0355
3405 W. Pan American Frwy. NE, Alburquerque, NM 87107                        (505) 222-0301
Services Provided: Treatment for male adolescents with metal illness and history of violence.

Su Vida                                                                     (505) 954-8777
1601-A St. Michaels Dr., Santa Fe, Nm 87505                             FAX: (505) 954-8789
Services Provided: Mental Health Services for adolescents. Serves ages 6 months- 18 years of
age and older if still in high school. Outpatient services.

UNM Center for Family and Adolescents Research                               (505) 842-8932
2700 Yale SE Suite 200 Albuquerque, NM 87106                           FAX: (505) 842-5091
Services Provided: Free alcohol and drug abuse treatment for adolescents. Help is available
for teenagers experiencing a variety of substance abuse problems. English and Spanish
Spoken.

Circle of Life                                                                (505) 852-1377
P.O. Box 490, Alcalde, NM 87511                                         FAX: (505) 852-1378
Services Provided: Residential Treatment facility Center for Adolescents, boys/girls. 22 bed
facility.

Hoy Alcoholism Program (Chama)                                                   505-756-2185
299 W. Fourth St. Chama, NM 87520                                         FAX: 505-756-2410
Services Provided: Outpatient alcohol & drug treatment for adults 18 and over. Anyone is
eligible- if medical detox is required; they must have been already detoxed prior to
admission. There will be a $50.00 fee. Office hours are Mon., 10 am-7 pm; Tue., 1 pm-9 pm;
Wed., 10 am-12 pm; Thurs., 10 am-7 pm; Fri., 10 am-7 pm. Serves Northern Rio Arriba
County, Chama, Tierra Amarilla, Coyote and Los Ojos Counties.

Rio Arriba County DWI Prevention Program                                          505-747-1418
112 Industrial Park Road, Espanola, NM 87532                                 FAX: 505-753-6557
Services Provided: Prevention-Court compliance for repeated offenders-enforcement and
check points operating public information- Education and treatment for outpatients- 30 day
treatment provided at County Jail-Screening enforcement-Prevention activities in schools-
Teen Court- Victim Impact. There is a fee for outpatient treatment but sliding fees are
available. Prevention activities will use County Recreational bus for trips. Provides alternative
activities for youth. Office hours are Mon.-Fri., 8 am.-5 pm. English and Spanish are spoken.
Serves all of Rio Arriba County.

HACC Resource Directory                                                              PAGE 12
                               ALCOHOL/DRUG, CONT.

Las Vegas Office                       OUTPATIENT: 505-425-9069/DETOX: 505-425-6727
Po Box 146, Las Vegas, NM 87701                                             FAX: 505-425-5800
Services Provided: Short-term residential (adult) - Embudo; long-term residential (adult) -
Mora/Cleveland; Detox Center-Las Vegas; Outpatient services- Las Vegas for anyone who
is 18 years and older. Sliding fee scale available for those in need. Hours are 24 hours a day, 7
days a week. Transportation available for medical emergencies, etc. English and Spanish are
spoken. Serves northern New Mexico primarily, but we accept clients from the entire state.

Recovery of Alcoholics Program, Inc. (R.A.P.)                                   505-471-4985
4100 Lucia Lane, Santa Fe, NM 87507                                        FAX: 505-471-6084
E-mail address: info@sfrecovery.org                              Web site: www.sfrecovery.org

Ayudantes                                                                       505-747-0102
1206 N. Riverside Dr. Espanola, NM 87532                                 FAX: 505-753-9758
Services Provided: Individual, family and group therapy available. Case management
program services include, emotionally disturbed, child abuse, sexual abuse, alcohol
treatment, 24 hour residential home for women and drug outpatient program for drug
dependant individuals. Other clinics include:
(Santa Fe)                                                                      505-438-0035
1316 apache Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87505                                     FAX: 505-438-0051
(Las Vegas)                                                                     505-425-6786
3001 Hot Springs Blvd., Las Vegas, NM 87701                              FAX: 505-425-6787
Web site: www.ayudantes.org

Drug Free Workplace Helpline                          800-967-5752 or 800-WORKPLACE
E-mail: helpline@samhsa.hhs.gov
Website: www.drugfreeworkplace.gov.
Services Provided: Free technical consultation on how to set up a drug-free workplace,
including website information for business decision makers (i.e., managers, human resource).
Office hours are Monday- Friday, 9 am. - 5:30 pm., Eastern Time. English and Spanish are
spoken. Serves Nationally.

                                          ANIMALS
Animal Shelter, City                                                      505-753-8662
108 Hamm Parkway, Espanola, NM 87532                                 FAX: 505-753-6911
Services Provided: Low cost spade/neuter and vaccinations and have unwanted animals.




HACC Resource Directory                                                               PAGE 13
                           ABUSE ASSISTANCE SERVICES

Children Youth & Families Dept. - Statewide Centralized Intake
For anonymous reports                                         800-797-3260 or 505-841-6100
Services Provided: Receives reports of adult or child abuse neglect. Available 24 hours a
days, 7 days a week.

Children Youth and Families Department, Social Services                          505-753-7191
912 N. Railroad Ave., Espanola, NM 87532                                  FAX: 505-753-0433
(Los Alamos)                                                                     505-672-9809
Services Provided: Assists Law Enforcement in placement of children in foster homes when
appropriate and refer families for treatment. Adult/child protective services investigate
adult/ child abuse and provide homecare services for the elderly. Homemaker services,
provides funding for critical in-home crisis intervention, and coordinated community in
home care.

Crisis Center of Northern New Mexico                                             505-753-7191
24 Hour Crisis Hotline                                                           800-206-1656
577 El Llano Espanola, NM 87532
Website: www.crisis-centers.com                                             FAX: 505-753-7743
Services Provided: 24 hour, 800 number crisis hotline, safe for victims of family violence,
sexual assault and/or stalking their children; counseling, both peer and professional,
individual and group, for victims of violence, their children , and abusers; medical, legal,
social service advocacy including assistance to obtain orders of protection, court preparation
and accompaniment; transportation to access needed services; school based violence
prevention presentations and programs; presentations/ training’s for professionals, church
and civic groups and the community at large. Clients must be a Victim or family member of
a victim of a violent crime. Office hours are Monday- Friday, 8 am. - 5 pm. English and
Spanish are spoken. Serves Rio Arriba County, Los Alamos, and Northern Santa Fe
Counties. Help immigrants and victims get legal status.

Esperanza- Battered Families                                                   1-800-473-5220
PO Box 5701, Santa Fe, NM 87502-5701
Website: www.esperanzashelter.org
Services Provided: Client/family service assessment, client service management, in-person
crisis intervention, assistance in completing documents, individual and group peer
counseling, and therapy for victims of domestic violence, their children, their assailants and
other involved family members, psychological testing and appraisals are available as required
by court order recommended by staff or requested by client. Assaultive behavior is physical,
sexual and psychological (threats forced degradation and control, attacks on self-esteem,
intentional terrorization and deprivation) battering. Office hours are Mon. - Fri., 8 am-. 5
pm.




HACC Resource Directory                                                            PAGE 14
                       ABUSE-ASSISTANCE SERVICES, CONT.

Crisis Response of Santa Fe                                          505-820-6333 or 920-6333
820 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501                                   FAX: 505-820-2109
Services Provided: Serves Santa Fe County. Crisis hotline (24 hours a day, 7 days a week),
telephone counseling and face to face crisis intervention, information and referral for all
ages. Mobile teams available to access those in need of service, includes youth mobile team.
There is no cost to client Medicaid is accepted. English and Spanish are spoken.

Santa Fe Rape and Crisis Center                                              1-800-721-7273
6601 Valentine Way Santa Fe, NM 87507                                    FAX: 505-988-1951
Website: www.sfrcc.org
Services Provided: Provides immediate, confidential, and culturally appropriate care for
survivors of sexual abuse. Provides schools and local agencies with preventive education and
training.

                       B.I.A./NORTHERN INDIAN PUEBLOS

BIA/Northern Pueblos Agency                                                      505-753-1406
Po Box 4269-Fairview Station, Espanola, NM 87533                             FAX: 505-753-1404
Services Provided: Six of eight Northern Pueblos- Pojoaque, Tesuque, Nambe, San Juan,
San Ildefonso, and Picuris. Assists Law Enforcement with child abuse investigations
occurring on tribal lands, child welfare, and technical assistance to Tribal Tewa workers.
Tribal enrolled members residing on reservations located within the Eight Northern
Pueblos. Enrolled Tribal members with identical service area- must meet income guidelines
for financial assistance. There is no cost to clients. Hours are Mon. - Fri., 7:30 am. - 4:30 pm.
English and Tewa are spoken.

                                        CLOTHING

St. Francis De Paws                                                               505-753-9178
219 San Pedro Plaza, Española, NM 87532
Hours are Mon.-Sat., 10 am-5 pm., accepts donations from 9 am- 5 pm.

                                CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts                                                            505-753-8049
Po Box 3538, Pojoaque, Nm 87501

City of Espanola Recreations Department                                     505-753-6055
Services Provided: Provides recreation from the beginnings of June through August from
10- 11:30. Ages 6-18. Breakfast program from 8 am. - 9 a.m. and Lunch from 12 pm. - 1 pm.
Ages 1-18.



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Espanola Public Library                                                             505-747-6087
313 Paseo de Oñate, Española, NM 87532                                        FAX: 505-753-5543
Services Provided: Books, audiotapes, and videotapes for recreational and research purposes.
Story hour for children. Internet use training. Must have a mailing address in the Espanola Valley
or if not, work or attend school in the Espanola Valley for membership requirements. Please call
for hours.

Las Cumbres Learning Center                                        505-753-4123 or 800-830-6017
Po Box 1362, 404 Hunter St., Espanola, NM 87532                                FAX: 505-753-6947
Services Provided: A wide range of programs for children and adults with developmental
disabilities: Children 0-12 with mental concerns; Children and adults with other special needs
and services to their families. The early childhood program provides an extensive array of
informational, evaluation, early intervention, therapy, and other services for children from birth
up to age three.

National Youth Sports Program (NYSP)                                               505-222-3131
2132-A Central Avenue, SE #285, Albuquerque, NM 87106
Services Provided: Summer comprehensive program for disadvantages youth ages 10-16. It is
structured program with drug education and life-style enrichment activities targeted toward
children at-risk. Program is free and breakfast & lunch is provided. Runs from mid-June to mid-
July (5 weeks). Hours are Mon. - Fri-, 8 am. - 2 pm. at Northern New Mexico Community
College Gymnasium. Physicals are required.

Santa Cruz Boys and Girls Club                                   505-753-2922 or 505-983-6632
145 Quintana St., Santa Cruz, NM 87532                                     FAX: 505-753-6524

San Juan Boys and Girls Club                                                       505-747-3483
PO Box 1099, San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566

Hands Across Cultures, Corp. Teen Center                        505-747-1889 OR 505-747-0207
Services Provided: offers alternative activities for youth for mid to high school students.
Activities include: leadership skills, prevention training and cultural activities.

4-H Clubs-Rio Arriba County Extension Service                                    505-685-4523
HCR 77 Box 9, Abiquiu, NM 87510                                            FAX: 505-685-4624
Services Provided: Educational programming for adults & youth of all ages in agriculture, family
and consumer topics, volunteering, and nutrition education. Hours are Mon.-Fri., 8 am. - 5 pm.,
as programs require. English and Spanish are spoken.

Pojoaque Boy’s and Girl’s Club                                 505-455-3662 or 505-455-3659
101 A Lightning Loop Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506                            FAX: 505-455-5021
Services Provided: Youth Center for ages 6-17 years old. Summer hours are 7:30 am. - 5:30 pm.,
schools hours are 4 pm. - 6 pm. Breakfast, lunch and snacks provided for summer program. Fees
are $55 per week for the summer and $25 per month for the school year.

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Chimayo Valley Boy’s and Girl’s Club                                            505-351-1515

                                    CHR PROGRAMS

Pueblo of Nambe- CHR Program                  505-455-2036 EXT: 1500/FAX: 505-455-2038
Pueblo of Picuris- CHR Program                                            505-587-2712
Pueblo of Pojoaque- CHR Program                         505-455-2278/FAX: 505-455-2950
Pueblo of San Ildefonso-CHR Program                     505-455-4115/FAX: 505-455-2682
Pueblo of San Juan- CHR Program                         505-852-2354/FAX: 505-852-4820
Pueblo of Santa Clara- CHR Program                      505-753-7326/FAX: 505-753-8988
Pueblo of Taos-CHR Program                              505-758-7824/FAX: 505-758-3346
Pueblo of Tesuque- CHR Program                          505-955-7773/FAX: 505-955-7773

                                       CHURHCES
The Lighthouse Church                                                           505-351-4464

First Baptist Church                                                            505-753-2805
913 La Joya St., Espanola, NM 87532
Services Provided: Open to worship, educational, weddings, funerals, counseling, selective
outside activities to everyone. Call office to find out more information. Sunday school 9:30
am.

Holy Family Catholic Church                                                     505-351-4360
Po Box 235 Chimayo, NM 87522                                     FAX: 505-351-4698
Services Provided: Rev. Jose Maria Condo, S.F. Pastor. Weekday masses 7 p.m., and during
the summer 8 a.m. Sunday masses 8 a.m., 10 a.m.; Sat., 6 p.m; reconciliation, Sat., 4-5 p.m.
religion Ed. Of Children after 8 a.m., and 10 a.m. masses.

Nuestra Senora De Guadalupe Del Valle De Pojoaque                              505-455-2472
Po Box 3469, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Services Provided: Father Flavio Santillanes, Sat., masses- El Rancho 4 p.m. (Spanish),
Nambe Pueblo masses 5:30 p.m., Sun., masses 8:30 a.m. Nambe and 10:30 a.m. Pojoaque.

Sacred Heart Church                                                             505-753-4225
Services Provided: Sun., masses- Espanola 8 a.m. (Spanish) and 12 p.m.; Hernandez 10 a.m.,
Sat., masses- Espanola 5:30 p.m. (Spanish). Wed., Thurs., and Fri. masses at 7 a.m. and 5
p.m. in Spanish.

San Juan Parish                                                                  505-852-2270
Po Box 1075, San Juan Pueblo, NM 87567                                     FAX: 505-852-9719
Services Provided: Father Terrance Brennan, Sun., masses 7:30 and 9:00 a.m. (summer and
winter); Alcalde 11 a.m., Sat., 5:30 p.m. (Spanish). Wed., Thurs. and Fri. masses at 7 a.m. and
5 p.m. in Spanish.

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                                    CHURCHES, CONT.
Santa Cruz De La Canada                                                          505-753-3345
Po Box 1228, Santa Cruz, NM 87567                                          FAX: 505-753-7401
Services Provided: Fr. Jose Maria Blanch, Weekends 7 a.m. and 7p.m. (Friday no p.m.
services) Sat. 7 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., Sun. 7 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Santuario De Chimayo                                                         505-351-4889
Services Provided: Father Casimiro Roca, S.F., Sunday masses 12 p.m., Daily mass 11 a.m.
Store hours 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (Nov.-Mar.) And 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. (April-Oct.)

Saint Anthony Catholic Church                                               505-579-4389
Services Provided: Sunday masses 7:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m., Penasco; Sunday masses 11:30
a.m., Dixon; Sunday masses 5:30 p.m., Velarde.

United Methodist Churches                                                      505-753-4115
Valley View, 827 Spruce Street, Fairview, NM 87533
Alcalde                                                                        505-753-9196
Santa Cruz                                                                     505-753-3151
El Rito                                                                        505-581-4401
Taos                                                                           505-758-3166

Valley Bible-Baptist Church                                                   505-753-4617
56 Arroyo Seco Circle, Espanola, NM 87532
Services Provided: Sunday school 10 a.m.; Church services at 11 a.m.; Sunday evening
services 6 p.m.; Wednesday evening services 7 p.m. Spanish services Sunday at 8:30 a.m.

Victory Faith                                                              505-753-5873
823 Angel Duran Drive, Espanola, NM 87532
Services Provided: Monday 7-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday 7-8:30 p.m.; Friday 7 p.m.; Saturday 6-
7:30.

                                  CITY OF ESPANOLA
City Clerk                                                                      505-747-6013
City Hall                                                  505-747-6100/FAX: 505-747-6084
City Manager                                               505-747-6015/FAX: 505-747-6084
Parks & Recreation, Lucero Center                                               505-747-6055
City Police (See Espanola Police for more information)                          505-753-5555
Espanola Public Library                                                         505-747-6087
405 Paseo de Oñate, Española, NM 87532.
Services Provided: Books, audiotapes, and videotapes for recreational and research purposes.
Story or go to school in the Espanola Valley for membership requirements. Winter hours as
of September are: Monday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.: Tuesday, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. ; Wednesday, 9 a.m.-8
p.m.; Thursday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Summer
hours are Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-6 a.m., Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
English and Spanish are spoken.

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                             CITY OF ESPANOLA, CONT.

Espanola Chamber of Commerce                                                   505-753-2831
Po Box 190, Espanola, NM 87532                                           FAX: 505-753-1252
E-mail: chamber@espanola.com                          Website: www.espanolachamber.com
Services Provided: Information center for tourists and clearing house for businesses in the
valley.

                               COUNTY OF RIO ARRIBA

County Clerk                                              505-753-1780/FAX: 505-753-1258
County Manager                                            505-753-2992/FAX: 505-753-9397

Rio Arriba DWI Program                                       505-747-1418/ FAX: 505-753-6557
Services Provided: Services are prevention- court compliance for repeated offenders-
Enforcement and check points operating- Public information, education and treatment for
outpatients- 30 day treatment provided at county jail- Screening enforcement – Prevention
activities in schools- Teen Court- Victim impact. There is a fee for outpatient treatment but
sliding fees are available. Prevention activities will use county recreational bus for trips.
Provides alternative activities for youth. Office hours are Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
English and Spanish are spoken. Serves all of Rio Arriba County.

Rio Arriba County Extension Service                                           505-685-4523
Po Box 778, Abiquiu, NM 87510                                         FAX: 505-685-4624
Services Provided: Information and education programs on nutrition, family life, education,
agriculture, and youth development 4-H programs.

Rio Arriba Juvenile Probation Office                                            505-753-7323
912 N. Railroad Ave. Suite B, Espanola, NM 87532                        FAX: 505-747-1443
Services Provided: Serves delinquent children in need of supervision. Referrals from schools,
police stations or private referrals from parents.

Rio Arriba Senior Citizen Center                                                505-753-4971
320 Hunter Street, Espanola, NM 87532
Services Provided: Available meals at center, exercise groups, arts & crafts. Meals on wheels,
transportation for shopping or recreation. Call for fees. Hours are Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-2
p.m.




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                                COUNTY OF SANTA FE

County Clerk                                             505-986-6280/ FAX: 505-995-2767
County Manager                                           505-986-6200/ FAX: 505-995-2740
102 Grant Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87504
County Health Office                                                           505-827-3560
605 Letrado, Santa Fe, NM 87505
DWI Coordinator                                                                505-445-0672
116 S 3rd St., Raton, NM 87740
Santa Fe County Youth Development Program                                      505-473-4154
4250 Airport Rd. Santa Fe, NM 87505

                                      COUNSELING
Ayudantes Inc.                                                                 505-747-0102
1206 N. Riverside, Espanola, NM 87532                                    FAX: 505-753-9758
Services Provided: Individual, family and group therapy available. Case management.
Program services include: emotional disturbed, child abuse, sexual abuse, alcohol
management, 24 hour residential home for women and out patient program for drug
dependent individuals. Other clinics include:
(Santa Fe) 1316 Apache Avenue Santa Fe, NM 87504                               505-438-0035
(Las Vegas) 3001 Hot springs Blvd., Las Vegas, NM 87701                        505-425-6786

Counseling Service Del Norte                                                      505-753-1656
Or 24 Hour crisis Hotline                                                         800-206-1656
577 El Llano road, Espanola, NM 87532                                       FAX: 505-753-7743
Website: www.crisis@esp.com
Services Provided: 24 hour, 800 number crisis hotline, safe shelter for victims for family
violence, sexual assault and/ or stalking their children; counseling, both peer and
professional, individual and group, for victims of violence, their children, and abusers;
medical, legal, social service advocacy including assistance to obtain orders of protection,
court preparation and accompaniment; transportation to access needed services; school
based violence prevention presentations and programs; presentations/training’s for
professionals, church and civic groups and the community at large. Clients must be a victim
or family member of a victim of a violent crime. English and Spanish are spoken. Serves Rio
Arriba County, Los Alamos, and Northern Santa Fe Counties. Help immigrants and victims
get legal status.

Esperanza-Battered Families                                         800-473-5220 or 474-5536
PO Box 5701, Santa Fe, NM 87502-5701                                      FAX: 505-474-5826
Services Provided: Client/family service assessment, client service management in-person
crisis intervention, assistance in completing documents, individual and group peer
counseling, therapy for victims of domestic violence and their children, their assailants, and
other involved family members. Hours are Mon-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.


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                                 COUNSELING, CONT.

La Clinicas Rural Outreach                                                      505-588-7252
Po Box 250, Tierra Amarilla, NM 87575                                      FAX: 505-588-7771
Services Provided: Mental health, diabetes education, nutrition services, youth development
programs, car-seat program, smoking habits classes, and diabetes workshops.

Las Cumbres Learning Services Counseling                                           505-753-4123
404 Hunter St. Espanola, NM 87532                                            FAX: 505-753-6947
Services Provided: Children from 0-12 years of age that have a serious emotional disorder or
are at risk for SIDS. There is no cost to clients. Home visits are available. English and
Spanish are spoken. Serves Rio Arriba, Los Alamos and Northern Santa Fe County.

Los Alamos Family Council                                                         505-662-3264
1505 15 St. #A, Los Alamos, NM 87544                                       FAX: 505-662-9707
Services Provided: Services are counseling, education and prevention- Mental health,
substance and alcohol to all ages and sex. There is a fee of $75.00 an hour, $15 hour person,
sliding fees are available, Medicaid and private insurance is accepted, and there is no cost to
client with an indigent or DOH funds. Transportation available by L.A. bus, and senior van.
English, Spanish and French are spoken. Serves the residents and employees of Los Alamos
County.

Su Vida                                                                      505-954-8777
1601-A St. Michaels Dr., Santa Fe, Nm 87505                             FAX: 505-954-8789
Services Provided: Mental Health Services for adolescents. Serves ages 6 months- 18 years of
age and older if still in high school. Outpatient services.

NM Center for Family and Adolescent Research                                   505-842-8932
2700 Yale SE, Suite 200, Albuquerque, NM 87571                          FAX: 505-842-5091
Services Provided: Free alcohol and drug treatment for adolescents. Help is available for
teenagers experiencing a variety of substance abuse problems. English and Spanish are
spoken.

Wellness Clinical Services                                                    505-753-5811
721 Bond St., Espanola, NM 87532                                          FAX: 505-747-3210

Youth Shelters and Family Services                                               505-983-0586
Po Box 28279, Santa Fe, NM 87592                                           FAX: 505-424-1949
Services Provided: Provides case management, emergency shelter, transitional living,
counseling, street outreach and other services to children, adolescents, and their families.




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                                 COUNSELING, CONT.

Casa de Corazon                                                                  505-747-1991
912 Fairview Lane, Espanola, NM 87532                                     FAX: 505-753-6462
Services Provided: Provide assessments, evaluations, family counseling, life skills training and
youth counseling services.

                                           CRISIS

A.I.D.S. Clinical Trials Info Service                    1-301-519-0459 OR 800-874-2572
Po Box 6303, Rockville, MD 20849-6421        Web site: www.actis.org, FAX: 301-519-6616

Alzheimer’s Association: New Mexico Chapters
9500 Montgomery 3209, Albuquerque, NM 87111                                      505-266-4473
Services Provided: Support, Education, and referral information to Alzheimer’s categories.
No cost to client. Serves areas, towns, cities and outlying areas of support groups. Meetings
are second Tuesday of every month at 7:30 at La Residencia (old St. Vincent Hospital).
Casa Rael Nursing Center                                                         505-984-8313
1650 Galisteo St., Santa Fe, NM 87505
Services Provided: Administers Alzheimer’s unit and offer support groups.

American Academy of Pediatrics                              847-434-4000 OR 800-552-8195
141 NE Point Blvd., Elk grove Village, IL 60007
Services Provided: Office hours are 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Central time, Monday-Friday.
Professional membership.

Info Center for New Mexicans with Disabilities             505-272-5280 OR 800-552-8195
Services Provided: Promotes access and utilization of medical and support services during
pregnancy and early childhood. Provide information referral to people with disabilities and
information on Medicaid, and state human services programs.

Behaviorally Disordered Children                              800-273-7232 OR 505-265-0430
1101 Cardenas NE, Suite 202, Albuquerque, NM 87110
Services Provided: Family support groups.

C.D.C.-National Prevention Info Network                   800-458-5231/FAX: 888-282-7681
Po Box 6003, Rockville, MD 20849-6003                               E-mail: info@cdcnpin.org
Website: www.cdnpin.org
Services Provided: is the Nation’s primary reference and referral agency to HIV/AIDS,
STD’s and TB information to professional, including health professional and educators,
provided publications and technical assistance. Office hours are Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Eastern time. English and Spanish are spoken.


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                                     CRISIS, CONT.

C.D.C.-Nationally HIV Hotline                                               800-227-8922
                                                                      FAX: 919-361-4855
Services Provided: (Spanish) 800-344-7432: (TDD Service and/ or guidelines for
HIV/AIDS. Hours are Monday thru Friday, 12 p.m. - 5 p.m. Eastern time. English and
Spanish are spoken.

Vanished Children’s Alliance (VCA) Hotline                  800-826-4743/FAX: 408-296-1117
911 West Heading Suite 101, San Jose, CA 95126
info@vca.org/www.vca.org
Services Provided: Dedicated to the prevention recovery and reunification of missing and
abducted children. This hotline is to report a citing of a vanished child or to report child
abduction. English and Spanish are spoken.

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI)
PO Box 2345, Rockville, MD 20847-2345                      301-468-2600/ FAX: 301-468-6433
Website: info@health.org                                      800-729-6686 OR 800-662-4357
Services Provided: NCADI collects, prepares, classifies, and distributes information about,
alcohol, tobacco/drugs, prevention strategy materials, research and treatment, etc., to anyone
who is interested. There is no cost, except small cost recovery fees for videos.
Transportation is near metro station, on bus line. English and Spanish are spoken. Serves the
United States and Territories. Office hours are Monday- Friday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Information
hotline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Parent Reaching Out (PRO)                                       505-247-0192/ 800-247-0192
1920 B. Columbian Drive SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106, nmproth@aol.com
FAX: 505-247-1345
Services Provided: Resource, information and training to families who have children with
unique needs, including children at- risk. Serves the state of New Mexico.

Youth Shelters and Family Centers                                               505-983-0586
4435 Airport Road, Santa Fe, Nm 87507                                      FAX: 505-424-0949
Services Provided: Provides case management, emergency shelter, transitional living,
counseling, street outreach, and other services to children, adolescents, and their families.

Ayudantes Inc.                                                                  505-747-0102
1206 N. Riverside Dr.                                                    FAX: 505-753-9758
Services Provided: Individual, family and group therapy available. Case management
program services include, emotionally disturbed, child abuse, sexual abuse, alcohol
treatment, 24 hour residential home for women and drug outpatient program for drug
dependent individuals. Other clinics include:
(Santa Fe)                                               505-438-0035/ FAX: 505-438-0051
(Las Vegas)                                              505-425-6786/ FAX: 505-255-6578


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                            DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

Behaviorally Disordered Children                                            800-273-7232
1101 Cardenas NE, Suite 202, Albuquerque, NM 87110                     FAX: 505-265-0430
Services Provided: Supports advocacy for families with children who have behavioral
disorder.

Children’s Medical Services                                       505-753-3142 OR 505-753-5969
30 County Rd. 8, Espanola, NM 87532                                             FAX: 505-753-5522
Services Provided: CMS is a state agency that provides services for the prevention, diagnosis
and treatment of handicapping conditions in children for all of New Mexico. Offers medical
services through clinics, private providers and public agencies. Prevention, diagnosis and
treatment of handicap conditions in children: 0-21 years old. Development evaluations up to
age 3. Congenital heart disease, cleft lip palette, cystic fibrosis, genetics, hearing problems,
and neurological problems. Income and medical eligibility. English and Spanish are spoken.

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)                                         505-753-2908
706-B, La Joya St. Espanola, NM 87532                                       FAX: 505-753-7303
Services Provided: Services are vocational rehabilitation services to anyone who has a
physical or mental disability, which for the individual constitutes or results in a substantial
impediment to employment or who can benefit in terms of an employment outcome from
vocational rehabilitation services. Office hours are Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. English and
Spanish are spoken. Serves Rio Arriba County.

Information Center for New Mexicans with Disabilities/Baby Net
2025 South Pacheco, Suite B-200, Santa Fe, NM 87505        505-827-7593 OR 800-552-8195
Services Provided: Promotes access and utilization of medical and support services during
pregnancy and early childhood. Provide information referral to people with disabilities.
Information on Medicaid and state human services provided.

Las Cumbres Learning Center                                505-753-4123/ FAX: 888-753-6947


New Mexico School for the Visually Handicapped                                  505-437-3505
1900 N. Whitesands Blvd., Alamogordo, NM 88310                              FAX: 505-439-4411

New Mexico Youth Diagnostic and Development Center                                505-841-2400
4000 Edith NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107
Services Provided: Correctional facilities for males and females. Serves the state of New
Mexico.

Parent Reaching Out (PRO)                                      505-247-0192 OR 800-524-5176
1920 Columbian Dr. SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106                              FAX: 505-247-1345
Services Provided: Resource, information and training to families who have children with
unique needs, including children at- risk. Serves the state of New Mexico.

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                       DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES, CONT.

Santa Maria El Mirador                                                         505-852-4244
PO Box 39, Alcalde, NM 87511                                             FAX: 505-852-4138
(Santa Fe) South Pacheco St., Santa Fe, NM 87505                               505-424-7700
Services Provided: Services provided to developmentally disabled adults, supported living,
residential, supported employment, and day rehabilitation. Medicaid is accepted. Hours are
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Transportation is available. English and Spanish are spoken. Serves
Espanola, Taos and Santa Fe areas.

                   DAY CARE/ EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTERS

Family Learning Center                                                           505-753-2739
415 N Paseo De Onate, Espanola, NM 87532
Services Provided: Preschool and all day, day care (3-5 years of age), before and after school
program (k-6). Tuition fees based on income if approved by CYFD else full tuition applies.

Good Times Day Care                                                             505-753-6520
110 Paseo de Onate, Espanola, NM 87532

Las Cumbres Learning Center                                505-753-4123 OR 800-830-6017
404 Hunter St., Espanola, NM 87532                                     FAX: 505-753-6947
Services Provided: Serves ages 3-5. Must apply to program and runs similar to school
calendars. Fee based on income.

                                      EDUCATION

HEADSTART PROGRAMS:
Chimayo Head start                                                              505-351-4142
Espanola Head start                                                             505-747-1456
Hernandez Head start                                                            505-747-2439
Velarde Head start                                                              505-852-1300

Adult-Basic Ed Northern NM Community College                                     505-747-2100
921 Paseo de Onate, Espanola, NM 87532                                     FAX: 505-753-7303
Services Provided: Services are vocational rehabilitation services to anyone who has a
physical or metal impairment, which for the individual constitutes or results in a substantial
impediment to employment or who can benefit in terms of an employment outcome from
vocational rehabilitation services. Office hours are Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m. English and
Spanish are spoken. Serves Rio Arriba County.




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                                  EDUCATION, CONT.

High School Equivalency Program (HEP) –NNMCC                                    505-581-4100
1133 State Road 554, El Rito, NM 87530                                   FAX: 505-581-4130
Services Provided: HEP is GED program for migrant seasonal and farm workers 17 years of
age and older. A weekly stipend is provided for qualified students. Room and bard are also
available. High school dropout, age 17 years or older and evidence of farm work (75 days in
past 24 months) are eligibility requirements. The students receive $15 weekly travel
allowance. Office hours are Mon. – Fri., 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Serves Northern New Mexico and
Southern Colorado. English and Spanish are spoken.

Human Services Income Support Division                                        505-753-2271
410 Paseo de Onate Suite B, Espanola, NM 87532                         FAX: 505-753-5826
Services Provided: Money for daycare and transportation, career counseling for those on
AFDC or food stamps. Aid to families with dependent children, general assistance, and
Medicaid.

Las Cumbres Learning Services                                                 505-753-4123
404 Hunter St., Espanola, NM 87532                                       FAX: 505-753-6947

New Mexico School for the Deaf                                                505-753-4123
1060 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, Nm 87505                                   FAX: 505-476-6315

Read Write Adult Literacy Program
902 Route 66, Moriarty, NM 87035                                                505-832-9469
                                                                           nd
Services Provided: Adult literacy services; basic reading and English as a 2 language, Pre-
GED, math computer, family literacy. There is no cost to clients. All tutors are volunteers.
Office hours are Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. English and Spanish are spoken. Serves Rio
Arriba County.

Pre-school Infant Evaluation Program                     505-272-3000/ FAX: 505-272-5280
Ohkay Owingeh Community School                                              505-852-2154
Pojoaque Indian Education                                                   505-455-3618
Pueblo of Nambe- Head start Center                                          505-455-3151
Pueblo of San Ildefonso –Day School                                         505-455-2366
Pueblo of Ohkay Owingeh Head start Center                                   505-852-2358

Pueblo of Santa Clara – Day School                                            505-753-4406
2 Key Street, Espanola, NM 87532                                          FAX: 505-753-8866
Pueblo of Tesuque Head start Center                                           505-988-1765

Pueblo of Taos- Day School                                                      505-758-3652
PO Box 1850, Taos, NM 87571



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                           EDUCATION, CONT.

Northern New Mexico Community College                       505-747-2100
921 Paseo de Onate, Espanola, NM 87532                 FAX: 505-747-2180

Espanola Public School Administration                       505-747-2254
714 Calle Don Diego, Espanola, NM 87532                 FAX: 505-753-6177

Abiquiu Elementary                        505-685-4457/ FAX: 505-685-4644
Alcalde Elementary                        505-852-4253/ FAX: 505-852-2523
Chimayo Elementary                        505-351-4207/ FAX: 505-351-9962
Dixon Elementary                          505-579-4325/ FAX: 505-579-4049
Espanola Elementary                       505-753-2256/ FAX: 505-753-2257
Espanola Mid- 7th Grade                   505-753-2293/ FAX: 505-747-3211
Carlos Vigil Mid-School 8th Grade         505-753-1348/ FAX: 505-747-3083
Sombrillo Elementary                      505-753-3213/ FAX: 505-747-3772
Espanola High School                      505-753-7357/ FAX: 505-753-6177
Fairview Elementary                       505-753-2391/ FAX: 505-753-0510
Hernandez Elementary                      505-753-4008/ FAX: 505-753-8381
Los Ninos Kindergarten                    505-753-6819/ FAX: 505-753-3477
Mountain View Elementary                  505-351-4480/ FAX: 505-351-2401
Coyote Elementary                                            505-638-5422
Pojoaque Valley Schools Administration    505-455-2282/ FAX: 505-455-1752
Pablo Roybal Elementary                   505-455-7603/ FAX: 505-455-3940
Pojoaque Intermediate School              505-455-2910/ FAX: 505-455-3003
Pojoaque Valley Middle School             505-455-2238/ FAX: 505-455-3392
Pojoaque Valley High School               505-455-2234/ FAX: 505-455-3471
Pojoaque Valley Student Services          505-455-0801/ FAX: 505-455-3023
Pojoaque Valley Indian Education          505-455-3618/ FAX: 505-455-3471
McCurdy School                                               505-753-7221
Coronado High Schools                     505-638-5422/ FAX: 505-638-5354
Gallina Elementary                                           505-638-5649
Lyndrith Elementary                       505-774-6669/ FAX: 505-568-9413
Lybrook Elementary                        505-568-4491/ FAX: 505-568-9413
Taos Municipal Schools                    505-758-5230/ FAX: 505-758-5298
Taos High School                          505-751-8000/ FAX: 505-751-8001
Taos Middle School                        505-737-6000/ FAX: 505-737-6001
Taos Elementary                           505-758-5262/ FAX: 505-758-5298
Enos Garcia Elementary                    505-737-6070/ FAX: 505-737-6091
Arroyos Del Norte Elementary              505-737-6175/ FAX: 505-737-6176




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                                 EDUCATION, CONT.

Johnson O’Malley Program                                                        505-852-3477
PO Box 969. San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566
Service Provided: Provides supplementary programs and activities for Native American
children enrolled in the public schools and in the head start program. Johnson O’Malley
funds are used to provide tutors. Educational materials and supplies, special education
programs, field trips, playground equipment, and classroom materials. Johnson O’Malley
funds a student must have a certificate of Indian Blood from federally recognized tribe.

Santa Fe Indian School                                                      505-989-6302
1501 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87501                                  FAX: 505-989-6343

Educational Talent Search                                                      505-747-3836
ENIPC, PO Box 4250, Espanola, NM 87532                                  FAX: 505-747-3994
Services Provided: Educational talent search works primarily through the local school
systems.

       EIGHT NORTHERN INDIAN PUEBLOS-GOVERNOR’S OFFICES

Pueblo of Nambe                                                             505-455-2036
Rt., Box 117- BB, Santa Fe, NM 87501                                    FAX: 505-455-2038

Pueblo of Picuris                                                           505-587-2519
PO Box 127, Penasco, NM 87553                                           FAX: 505-587-1071

Pueblo of Pojoaque                                                      505-455-2278/2279
39 Camino de Rincon, Route 6, Santa Fe, NM 87506                        FAX: 505-455-2950

Pueblo of San Ildefonso                                                     505-455-2273
Rt. 5, Box 315 A, Santa Fe, NM 87506                                    FAX: 505-455-7351

Pueblo of Ohkay Owingeh                                                 505-852-4400/4210
PO Box 1099, San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566                                  FAX: 505-852-4820

Pueblo of Santa Clara                                                       505-753-7330
PO Box 580, Española, NM 87532                                          FAX: 505-753-8988

Pueblo of Taos                                                              505-758-9593
PO Box 1846, Taos, NM 87571                                             FAX: 505-758-4604

Pueblo of Tesuque                                            800-483-1040 or 505-983-2667
RR 42, Santa Fe, NM 87506                                             FAX: 505-982-2331



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      EIGHT NORTHERN INDIAN PUEBLOS- POLICE DEPARTMENT

Pueblo of Pojoaque, Nambe, San Ildefonso                                     505-455-2295
#58 Cities of gold Rd Suite, Santa Fe, NM 87506                          FAX: 505-455-0262

Pueblo of San Juan                                                           505-852-2757
PO Box 1005, San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566                                   FAX: 505-852-8988

Pueblo of Santa Clara                                                        505-753-7326
Po Box 580 Espanola, NM 87532                                            FAX: 505-753-8988

Pueblo of Tesuque                                                            505-988-9119
Rt. 42, Box 360 T., Santa Fe, NM 87506                                   FAX: 505-983-5971

Pueblo of Taos                                                                505-758-2216

               EIGHT NORTHERN INDIAN PUEBLOS COUNCIL

Accounting Department                                                           505-852-0408
Po Box 969, San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566
Services Provided: Provides centralized fund accounting service for all ENIPC programs and
projects. These services include purchasing, accounts payable, payroll, property inventory,
budget management, grants, and contract monitoring and financial reporting.

New Moon Lodge                                                                   505-852-2788
Velarde, NM 87582
Services Provided: This is an active process for developing conditions and personal
attributes that promote the well being of people. Priority is obliged to young adults (18-25)
women and high risk populations and serves all Eight Northern Pueblos. Activities for youth
for the prevention of substance abuse, individual/family counseling.

Environmental Program                                                         505-852-4400

Higher Education Program                                                        505-852-3477
Po Box 969, San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566                                    FAX: 505-747-5690
Services Provided: the program has contracted with the Bureau of Indian Affairs to
administer the ENIPC higher education program scholarship funds which are appropriate by
congress for eligible Pueblo Indian Students who are in need of financial assistance.




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          EIGHT NORTHERN INDIAN PUEBLOS COUNCIL CONT.

Office of Executive Director                                               505-852-4400
Po Box 969, San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566
Services Provided: Provides the overall management and administration of ENIPC
programs, services and activities.

Office of the Human Resource Director                          505-852-4400/ EXT. 0408

Peace Keepers Domestic Violence                                              505-753-4790
Po Box 969, San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566                                  FAX: 505-753-5233
Services Provided: Provides advocacy for victims, counseling, men’s domestic violence
educational group, training and parent/children counseling.

         EIGHT NORTHERN INDIAN PUEBLOS- SENIOR CITIZENS

Pueblo of Nambe- Senior Center                                             505-455-2770
Rt. 1 Box 117-BB, Santa Fe, NM 87506

Pueblo of Picuris- Senior Center                                          505-587-2116
PO 11 Penasco, NM 87553                                               FAX: 505-587-1071

Pueblo of San Ildefonso- Senior Center                                    505-455-7326
Rt., Box 315A, Santa Fe, NM 87506                                     FAX: 505-455-2222

Pueblo of San Juan-Senior Center                                          505-852-4516
PO Box 1099, San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566                               FAX: 505-852-1148

Pueblo of Santa Clara- Senior Center                                      505-753-7326
PO Box 580, Espanola, NM 87532                                       FAX: 505-753-8988

Pueblo of Taos- Senior Center                                              505-758-7502
PO Box 1846, Taos, NM 87576

Pueblo of Tesuque- Senior Center                                          505-983-2667
Rt. 42, Box 360 T., Santa Fe, NM 87506                                FAX: 505-955-7794

        EIGHT NORTHERN INDIAN PUEBLOS- YOUTH PROGRAMS

Pueblo of Pojoaque                              505-455-3662 or 505-455-3659
101 A Lightning Loop Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506          FAX: 505-455-5021

Pueblo of San Juan                                                        505-747-3483
PO Box 1190, San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566                               FAX: 505-852-4820


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                                        FINANCIAL

Espanola Valley Ministerial Alliance                                             505-753-4115
Espanola, NM 87532                                                          FAX: 505-753-2216
Services Provided: After screening process by police, eligible transients can receive gas, food,
lodging, short bus tickets, and canned food for local emergencies.

Holy Cross Christian Service                                                505-753-3345
100 Church Street, Santa Cruz and, NM 87567
Services Provided: Overnight and money for food. Help to registered parishioners only
(Lodging, gas).

Knights of Columbus Hall                                                         505-753-3314
US Highway 285 Arroyo Seco, NM

Indigent Fund

Rio Arriba County                                         505-588-7254/ FAX: 505-588-7810
Espanola, Office (Wed, Only)                              505-753-2992/ FAX: 505-753-9397
Services Provided: Financial assistance with Hospital bills for uninsured people.

                                            FOOD

Food Distribution Prog. On Indian Reservation                 505-455-2288 OR 800-734-2488

Soup Kitchen                                                               505-753-4956
Senior Center , 171 W. Jonathan St., at Apple Valley Espanola, NM 87532- Open Mon.-Fri.
12-12:30 p.m.

Episcopal Church Saint Stephens Share Program                                505-753-3010
703 East Bond St., Espanola, NM 87532
Service Provided: Food program up to 50 % off. No income eligibility required.




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                                         HEALTH

American Diabetes Association                                800-232-3471 OR 703-579-1500
General Information                                                          800-342-2383
525 San Pedro Dr NE, Albuquerque, NM 87108
Atlas Center                                                                    505-753-5748
316 Adelante, Espanola, NM 87532

C.D.C. Immunization Information Hotline                                           101515800

Espanola, Sports Medicine                                                        505-753-6550
706-D La Joy, Espanola, NM 87532                                          FAX: 505-753-1219
Services Provided: Acute and chronic pain; post surgical rehabilitation; sports pediatric and
neuromuscular injuries; massage and TMJ treatments; fitness programs.

Department of Public Health Division- (WIC)                                   505-753-4659
30 County Road 8, Espanola, NM 87532                                    FAX: 505-753-5522
Services Provided: Nutritional counseling, education and nutritional good vouchers.
Referrals as needed. Avalize medical data and process of growth. Served to people with low
income, pregnant women, infants, breast feeders, and children under 5, with a nutritional
risk factor.

Rocky Mountain Orthopedics                                                       505-747-3333
518 W. Pueblo, Espanola, NM 87532
Services Provided: Spinal rehabilitation; manual therapy/ manual traction; mechanical
traction; ultrasound and electrical stimulation; therapeutic exercise; acupuncture; soft tissue
mobilization; custom fitting of knee braces/esthetics.




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                                            HOTLINES

Alzheimer’s Association Helpline                                                        800-272-3900
225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17, Chicago, IL 60601

Boy’s Town (National Parents Crisis Hotline)                                           800-448-3000
136-03 Flanagan Rd., Boystown, NB 68010                                        FAX: 402-498-1925
Services Provided: Suicide intervention for all ages, parent crisis, and residential facility for teens.

C.D.C. STD and AIDS Hotline                                                             800-227-8922

C.D.C. National Immunization Information Hotline                                   800-CDC- INFO
Services Provided: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. - 11 p.m. Eastern Time

Child Find of America                                        800-292-9688 OR 800-426-5678
PO Box 277, New Paltz, NY 12561                                           FAX: 845-255-5706
Services Provided: National child kidnapping prevention and location specialist. Helping children
and parents through free investigations and mediation.

Child Help USA/ National Child Abuse Hotline                                      1-800-4-A-CHILD
15757 N. 78  th St., Scottsdale AZ 85260                                FAX: 480-922-7061
Services Provided: Crisis intervention and referrals for anyone- The hotline responds to child
abuse, parenting, and abuse related issues, also receives calls from supervisors of an abuse
situation. Gives out referrals to local child protective services, and helps in reporting an abuse
situation. There is no cost to client. 24 hours a day 7 days a week. 140 Different languages
available. Serves the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Guam.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Referral Service                                           800-662-4357
Website: www.health.org                                                          FAX: 301-468-6433

Suicide Hotline                                                                        800-SUICIDE

Crisis Center of Northern New Mexico                                                   505-753-1656
577 El Llano Road, Espanola, NM 87532                                                  800-206-1656
Los Alamos Office                                                                      505-672-2208
Services Provided: 24 hour, 800 number crisis hotline, safe shelter for victims of family violence,
sexual assault and/ or stalking their children, and abusers; medical, legal, social service advocacy
including assistance to obtain orders of protection, court preparations and accompaniment;
transportation to access needed services; school based violence prevention presentations and
programs; presentations/training’s for professionals, church and civic groups and the
community at large. Office Hours are Mon.-Fri, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. English and Spanish are spoken
Serves Rio Arriba County, Los Alamos, and Northern Santa Fe Counties. Help immigrants and
victims get legal status.




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                                  HOTLINES, CONT.

Drug-Free Workplace Helpline                         800-967-5752 OR 800-WORKPLACE
E-mail: helpline@samhsa.gov or www.drugfreeworkplace.gov                          FAX: 240-
276-2610
Services Provided: Free technical consultation on how to set up a drug-free workplace
including free publications for business decision-makers (i.e., managers, human resources,
owners, CEO’s). Office Hours are Mon-Fri., from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Eastern standard time.
English and some publication available in Spanish. Serves Nationally.

American Cancer Society - Reach to Recovery                                505-262-2333
Services Provided: Provides one on one support for women with breast cancer or women
who have had breast cancer surgery.

Esperanza-Battered Families                                                      800-473-5220
PO Box 5701, Santa Fe, NM 87502-5701                                       FAX: 505-474-
5826
Services Provided: Client/ Family service assessment, client service management, in-person
crisis intervention, assistance in completing documents, individual and group peer
counseling, and therapy for victims of domestic violence in completing documents,
individual and group peer counseling and therapy for victims of domestic violence, their
children, their assailants, an other involved family members, psychological testing and
appraisals are available as required by court order, recommended by staff or requested by
client. Office hours are Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Su Familia: The National Hispanic Family Health Helpline                     1-866-783-2645
Services Provided: Referral efforts for Hispanic communities to access health, social service
and educational resources.

National Runaway Switchboard                                     773-880-9860 OR 621-4000
3080 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, IL 60657                                  FAX: 773-929-5150
Services Provided: Hotline providing crisis intervention, information and referral message
delivery and conferencing service for youth 18 and under and their families. Servicing 24
hours a day, 7 days a week. Free bus rides home to qualified runaways. Access to AT&T
language line.

New Mexico Poison Control                                                   800-432-6866
Services Provided: Provides drug information and poisoning information 24 hours a day 7
days a week.

St. Vincent’s Behavioral Health Services                                       505-820-5970




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                                         HOUSING

Espanola Housing Authority                                                        505-753-3897
PO Box 2126, Espanola, NM 87532                                           FAX: 505-753-5364
Services Provided: Two Programs provided to help low income families: 1) Section 8:
qualified families can receive rental assistance with units in the community 2) low rent
program: housing authority as landlord provided rental units.

Habitat for Humanity                                                           505-747-2690
PO Box 238, Espanola, NM 87532                                          FAX: 505-753-7293
Services Provided: Using volunteers and donations. Housing is built or existing housing is
renovated into decent affordable housing. Income, ability to pay back, no interest financing

Rio Arriba County Housing Authority                                        505-753-7870
1122 Industrial Park, Espanola, NM 87532                             FAX: 505-753-3667
Services Provided: Low income housing in Ojo Caliente and Tierra Amarilla.
Comprehensive improvement and section 8 rental assistance. Mush be low-income and meet
low-income guidelines.

USDA Rural Development                                                       505-865-4643
Services Provided: Loans available for low income families towards purchase of their own
home. Repair available.

                                  INFANT CAR SEATS

Car Seat Distribution Program                                                  505-332-7707
9400 Holly Avenue NE, Suite 201, Albuquerque, NM 87122                    FAX: 505-332-7757
Services Provided: Car Seats for Medicaid eligible guardians of children.

                                  LEGAL ASSISTANCE

Lawyer referral for the Elderly               505-797-6005 or 800-876-6657 (in state only)
PO Box 92860, Albuquerque, NM 87199                                   FAX: 505-797-6074
Services Provided: Legal Assistance for the elderly; Lawyer referral.

NM Legal Aid                                                                    505-243-7871
301 Gold Avenue SW, Albuquerque NM 87125                                  FAX: 505-842-9864
Services Provided: Legal service staff advocate, attorney and paralegal for non-criminal and
civil cases. Program concentrate on obtaining public benefits (AFDC, GR, Food Stamps,
SSI, ECT.). Government benefits cases and land and water issues, landlord tenant problems.

Protection and Advocacy                                                        800-432-4682
1720 Louisiana Bvld., NE, Suite 204, Albuquerque, NM 87110              FAX: 505-256-3184
Services Provided: Info. And training and advocacy. Service for people with disabilities.


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                                 MEDICAL/PHYSICIAN

Lindy Akes, M.D.                                                                 505-747-0710
810 Riverside Dr. SW, Espanola, NM 87532
Services Provided: Board certified family practice.

Children’s Medical Services                                  505-753-3142 OR 505-753-5969
30 County Rd. 8, Espanola, NM 87532                                       FAX: 505-753-5522
Services Provided: Immunizations, family planning, families first, children’s medical services,
HIV resting, health prevention and intervention, pregnancy testing, follow-up on
communicable diseases, WIC, ECT. All services free except family planning on sliding fee
scale. Office hours are Mon.-Fri., from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. English and Spanish are spoken.
Serves Rio Arriba County. Also, Medicaid application assistance. No medical and health
insurance needed.

Espanola High School Teen Center Wellness Center                               505-753-4159
1111 El Llano Rd., Espanola, NM 87532                                      FAX: 505-753-6177

Espanola Public Health Department                                              505-753-2794
30 County Rd 8, Espanola, NM 87532                                         FAX: 505-753-5522

WIC                                                                              505-753-3142

Espanola Valley Hospital/Radiology                                              505-753-1519
1010 Spruce St., Espanola, 87532                                           FAX: 505-753-1534

Espanola Valley Hospital                                                          505-753-7111
1010 Spruce St., Espanola, NM 87532
Services Provided: Services available are acute hospital care; emergency care, urgent and
primary care. Multi specialty clinic, out patient diagnostic services, ambulatory and impatient
surgery, most medical specialties and most surgical specialties. Fees vary with type of service,
Medicaid and private insurance accepted. Office hours are 24 hours a days, 7 days a week.
English and Spanish are spoken.

Los Alamos Family Medical Care                                                  505-753-9292
1302 Calle De La Merced, Espanola, NM 87532                                FAX: 505-753-1866
Services Provided: Medical services to all in need. Medicaid is accepted. Hours are Mon.-Fri.;
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Serves Northern New Mexico.

Espanola Valley Nursing & Rehab                                                 505-753-6769
720 Hacienda St., Espanola 87532                                         FAX: 505-747-1589
Services Provided: Nursing home facility, 24 hour care, recreation and rehabilitation
programs, and balanced diets. 120 bed nursing home facility. Medicaid and VA financing as
well as private pay.


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                            MEDICAL/PHYSICIAN, CONT.

Health Centers of Northern New Mexico
Po Box 158, Espanola, NM 87532
Administrative Offices                                     505-753-7218/ FAX: 505-753-5815
Espanola                                                   505-753-7395/ FAX: 505-753-8373
Embudo                                                     505-579-4255/ FAX: 505-579-4669
Truchas                                                    505-689-2461/ FAX: 505-689-2462
Coyote                                                     505-638-5487/ FAX: 505-638-9123
Penasco                                                     505-587-2205/FAX: 505-587-1944
Services Provided: JCAHO accredited. Provides certifies family practice physicians,
comprehensive diabetes education, distribution and training of one touch blood glucose
monitors, prenatal care and delivery, counseling, continuing medical care from 0-99 years,
family planning, in house lab services. Sliding scale, payment plans, P.I. and Medicaid.

Las Clinicas del Norte
Abiquiu                                                   505-685-4479/ FAX: 505-685-4532
El Rito                                                   505-581-4728/ FAX: 505-581-4789
Ojo Caliente                                              505-583-2191/ FAX: 505-583-2520

Los Alamos Medical Center (Los Alamos)                                        505-662-4201
3917 W. Rd., Los Alamos, NM 87544                                         FAX: 505-661-9598

Hospice Center                                                                    800-880-8001
1400 Chama St. Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87505                                    FAX: 505-986-1833
Services Provided: Care for the terminally ill and their families. Nurses, social workers,
counselors, home health aides, and volunteers. Individual and group bereavement support.
Services paid for 100% by Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance.

La Clinica del Pueblo                                                         505-588-7252
Po Box 250, Tierra Amarilla, NM 87575                                  FAX: 505-588-7771
Services Provided: Full medical and dental care. Ambulance services. Prenatal services only.

Las Cumbres Learning Center                                                      505-753-4123
404 Hunter St., Espanola, NM 87532                                        FAX: 505-753-6947
Services Provided: A wide range of programs for children and adults with developmental
disabilities: children 0-12 with mental concerns: children and adults with other special needs
and services to their families. The early childhood program provides an extensive array of
informational, evaluation, early intervention, therapy, and other services for children from
birth up to age three.




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                             MEDICAL/PHYSICIAN, CONT.

Los Rios Home Health Care                                                     505-747-2525
835 Spruce St., Suite D., Espanola, NM 87532                           FAX: 505-753-3418
Services Provided: Home Health care. Medicaid and Medicare insurance. Non-profit
program that provide medical and social services the patient at home. Services include
nursing, physical therapy, and personal care services.

Lovelace Family Medical Center                                                    800-219-1089
440 St. Michaels Dr., Santa Fe, NM 87505

Northern Rio Arriba Public Health                                               505-588-7215
Po Box 446, Tierra Amarilla, NM 87575                                      FAX: 505-588-7097
Services Provided: WIC Services and community health education.

Dr. Williams Murray Ryan                                                          505-753-7121
835 Spruce St., Suite C, Espanola, NM 87532

Birthright                                                                     505-983-3255
1500 5th St Ste 7, Santa Fe, NM 87505                                 Emergency 800-550-4900

Families First                                                                  505-753-7991
Linda Gurule, Karla Martinez
30 County Rd. 8, Espanola, NM 87532                                        FAX: 505-753-5522
Services Provided: Pre-natal and pediatric follow-up, cares for pregnant women, their
children, 1 year and younger. Medicaid and US Citizenship required. Office hours are Mon.-
Fri., 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. English and Spanish are spoken. Statewide services. Case management of
Medicaid eligible pregnant women and their infants to the age of one.

Santa Clara Health Clinic                                                   505-753-9421
Espanola, NM 87532
Services Provided: Comprehensive health and dental care for local pueblos and all Native
Americans. No emergency services. Medicaid, sliding scale available.

Taos/ Picuris Indian Health Center                                                505-758-4224
PO Box 1946, Taos, NM 87571

Sheri Raphaelson, OBGYN                                                              505-747-7857
341 N. Paseo de Onate, Espanola, NM 87532
Services Provided: Pre-natal care, delivery post-partum care for mother and baby for 6 weeks.
Women will be medically screened and accepted as appropriate. Fees up to $2,000 for pre-natal
and delivery, sliding fees and private insurance accepted. All services provided at the mothers
home. English and Spanish are spoken. Serves Rio Arriba County



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                            MEDICAL/PHYSICIAN, CONT.

New Mexico Primary Care & Midwifery Services                                  505-286-3100
1841 Frontage Rd SW, Albuquerque, NM 87121                               FAX: 505-286-3102

Northern New Mexico Midwifery Center                                            505-758-1216
1331 Maestas Rd., Taos, NM 87571

                                     NATIONAL 1-800

Alcohol and Drug Helpline                                                      800-821-4357

Abortion Hotline (Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. - 10 p.m. Eastern)                          800-772-9100

NM AIDS Hotline (24 hour hotline)                                             800-CDC-INFO

AIDS/STD & CDC Hotline, National                                              800-CDC-INFO

Alcohol Abuse Hotline/ Referral Line                                           800-252-6465

American Cancer Society (National) (Spanish Services Avail)                     800-ACS-2345
www.cancer.org
Services Provided: Spanish services available. Information available, references to local
offices and programs, support for those waiting on results.

American Cleft Palate Education Association                                    800-242-5338

American Council of the Blind                                                  800-424-8666

American Heart Association                                                     800-242-8721

American Liver Foundation/Hepatitis Liver Disease Helpline                     800- 465-4837

Automobile Safety, National (DOT)                                              800-424-9393
Services Provided: Recalls, safety reports, vehicle information

Better Business Bureau                                                       505-346-0110
2625 Pennsylvania NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110                             FAX: 505-346-0696

National Bone Marrow Transplant Link                                           800-546-5268
Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Central Time, English and Spanish are spoken.

Child Abuse Hotline/ National Child help                                        800-422-4453

Chronic Fatigue and Immune Deficit Syndrome (CFS)                              800-442-3437

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                              NATIONAL 1-800, CONT.

National Insurance Consumer Helpline                                         800-942-4242
Services Provided: Business and consumer, homeowners, life, disaster repair.

Social Security Administration                                             800-772-1213

Cornelia Delange Syndrome Foundation                                       800-223-8355
www.cdlsusa.org

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation                                                800-344-4823
6931 Arlington Rd., Suite 200, City of Bethesda, MD 20814     FAX: 301-951-6378
Services Provided: Hours 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Eastern time, Monday-Friday.

National Down Syndrome Society                                            800-221-4602
666 Broadway, New York, NY 10012                                      FAX: 212-979-2873

National Substance Abuse Helpline                                           800-662-4357

Federal Election Commission                                                 800-424-9530

National Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Clearinghouse               800-363-3732

National Info Center Epilepsy Foundation of America                          800-332-1000
Services Provided: Monday- Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Eastern Time.

U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development Discrimination                   800-669-9777
Services Provided: Spanish available. Discrimination hotline.

Focus on Recovery Helpline                             800-888-9383/ FAX: 423-308-6564

U.S. Dept. of Energy’s Office of the Inspector General                     800-541-1625




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                                           NM 1-800

Abuse-CYFD Statewide Centralized Intake                                            800-797-3260
Anonymous Reports                                                                  505-841-6100
Services Provided: Receives reports of Adult/child abuse or neglect, 24 hours a day, 7 days a
week.

Adoption Foster Care Hotline                                                         800-432-2075
Services Provided: Hotline is for inquires only, not to report abuse or neglect, handles
investigations, treatment for patients with child removed. In order to qualify for foster
reimbursement, child must be in protective custody of the State of New Mexico.

NM Department of Agriculture                                                         505-646-3007
MSC 3189 Box 30005 · Las Cruces, NM 88003                                     FAX: 505-646-8120
Services Provided: Information available on pesticides. Can obtain license, register pesticide
products, and enforcement of New Mexico Pest control.

Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board                                              800-658-6717
5015 Prospect Ave. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110                                 FAX: 505-764-0446

Commission on the Status of Women                                                  800-432-9168
300 San Mateo NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110

Credit Union League of New Mexico                                                  800-366-6628

Protection and Advocacy                                                         800-432-4682
1720 Louisiana Bvld., NE, Suite 204, Albuquerque, NM 87110                  FAX: 505-256-3184

Hanta Virus Hotline                                          877-232-3322/ FAX: 404-639-1509

Highway and Transportation                                                         800-432-4269

Human Services                                                                     800-432-6217

Human Services Fraud Hotline                                 800-228-4802/ FAX: 505-827-8165

Information Center for New Mexicans W/ Disabilities                                800-552-8195

Lawyer Referral for the Elderly Program            505-797-6005 or 800-876-6657 (in state only)

Gamblers Anonymous                                                                 800-426-2537

Northern New Mexico Legal AID                                505-425-3514/ FAX: 505-425-0090

Lieutenant Governor’s Office Hotline                                               800-432-4406



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                                 NM 1-800, CONT.

Medicaid Provider Fraud Unit (Attorney General)                       800-525-6519
                                                                  FAX: 505-222-9132

Municipal League                                           800-432-2036/505-982-5573
228 Palace Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87501                                FAX: 505-827-7649

State Agency on Aging                                    800-242-5338/ 505-827-7640
228 Palace Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87501                               FAX: 505-827-7649

Poison Information Center                                               800-432-6866

New Mexico Influenza Hotline                                            866- 681-5872

Protection and Advocacy for People W/ Disabilities                     800-432-4682
                                                                  FAX: 505-256-3184

Santa Fe Visitor Bureau/ Convention Center                              800-777-2489

State Bar of New Mexico                                                 800-876-6227

State Fire Marshall                                  505-827-3550/FAX: 505-827-3778

Substance Abuse Referral Line                                           800-252-6465

NM Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped                    800-456-5515
                                                                  FAX: 505-476-9776

TDD Relay Customer Service                                              800-659-1779

Workers Compensation                                                    800-255-7965

                          SENIOR CITIZENS SERVICES

Foster Grandparent                                                       505-753-8167
PO Box 3459, Fairview, NM 87533                                    FAX: 505-753-8532
Services Provided: Senior Companion program/foster grandparents. Has a program for
stipends to healthy seniors who are considering going homebound.

Rio Arriba Senior Citizens Center                                       505-753-4971
320 Hunter St., Espanola, NM 87532



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                                  SUPPORT PROGRAMS

Mi Casa Bonita                                                            Ask for Jan 424-0577
1st Monday of every month.

Rosemont Assistant Living                                    Ask for Jyte 446-8195 or 438-8464
2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m.

1st Presbyterian Church                                                Ask for Janice 690-8437
4th Wednesday of every month at Noon.

Sierra Vista                                                  Ask for Ruth of Velma 986-9696
3rd Thursday of every month at 6:00 p.m.

Kingston Residence                                                      Ask for Mary 471-2400
4th Wednesday of every month at 6:00 p.m.

American Legion (Captain of American Legion)                                       505-753-3411

American Cancer Society                                                            800-227-2345

American Red Cross                                                               505-662-7165
1213 Mercantile Suite B, Santa Fe, NM 87507                                 FAX: 505-424-3252

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)                                         505-820-1500
128 Grant Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 87501                                      FAX: 505-992-8846
Services Provided: Assigned to case a district court involving children that are abused and
neglected and in state custody. Accepts volunteers, but must go through an interview
process and training to be certified.

New Mexico Commission for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing                                800-489-8536
2500 Louisiana NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110                                    FAX: 505- 881-8831
Services Provided: Primary Purpose: Information. Telecommunications equipment, distribution
program and equipment loan program. For residents of New Mexico that are deaf, hard of
hearing, and family members, as well as services providers. There is no cost to client. Hours are
Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. English and Spanish are spoken.

NM Dept. of Correction, Probation and Parole Division                            505-753-2101
410-B, Paseo de Onate, Espanola, NM 87532                                 FAX: 505-753-1842
Services Provided: Supervises adult probationers and parolees. Court and Parole Board ordered.




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                           SUPPORT PROGRAMS, CONT.

Rotary Club of Santa Fe                                                   505-992-8977

Welfare (Income Support Division)                                         505-753-2271
410 Paseo de Onate Suite B, Espanola, NM 87532                       FAX: 505-753-5826

AIDS Hotline                                                              800-545-2437

Home Health Care                                                          800-752-8649

                              STATE OF NEW MEXICO

Department of Labor                                                       505-841-8409
401 Broadway NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Espanola Office                                         505-753-2285/ FAX: 505-753-1180

Department of Public Safety, NM State Police Complex                     505-827-9000
4491 Cerrillos Rd., Box 1628, Santa Fe, NM 87507                    FAX: 505-827-3434

Department of Tourism                                                    505-827-7400
491 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87501                          FAX: 505-827-7402

Economic Development Department                                           505-827-0305
110 St. Francis Drive, Suite 1060, Santa Fe, NM 87501                 FAX: 505-827-0328

Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department                         505-476-3230

General Services Department                                               505-827-2000
John F. Simms Building, 715 Alta Vista, Santa Fe, NM 87505           FAX: 505-827-2041

Environment Department                                       505-827-2850/ 800-219-6157
Box 26110, 1190 St. Francis Drive, Santa Fe, NM 87502
FAX: 505-827-2836

Highway & Transportation Department                                        505-827-5100
1120 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87504
Road Conditions                                                            800-432-4269

Human Service Department                                     800-432-6217/ 505-827-7750
Po Box 2348, Santa Fe, NM 87504                                      FAX: 505-827-6286
Restitution Bureau                                                         800-431-4593
Fraud Hotline                                                              800-228-4802
Client Assistance                                                          800-432-2080


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                           STATE OF NEW MEXICO CONT.

Legislative Council Services                                     505-986-4600

Legislative Education Study Committee         505-986-4591/ FAX: 505-986-4338

Legislative Finance Committee                 505-986-4550/ FAX: 505-986-4545

Office of the Governor                        505-476-2200/ FAX: 505-476-2226

Office of the Lieutenant                      505-476-2250/ FAX: 505-476-2257

Public Defender                               505-827-3931/ FAX: 505-476-0357

NM Public Regulation Commission               505-827-6940/ FAX: 505-827-4387

Regulation and License Department             505-476-4500/ FAX: 505-476-4511

State Attorney General                        505-827-6000/ FAX: 505-827-5826

State Auditor                                      505-827-3500/ 800-432-5517

State Corporation Commission                  505-827-4084/ FAX: 505-827-4458

State Engineer, State and Interstate Stream   505-827-6160/ FAX: 505-827-6188

State Game and Fish Department                505-476-8000/ FAX: 505-476-8123

State Library                                 505-476-9700/ FAX: 505-476-9701

State Personnel Office                                           505-476-7777

State Employee Locator                                           505-476-7771

State Records Center and Archives             505-476-7908/ FAX: 505-476-7909

State Treasurer                               505-955-1120/ FAX: 505-955-1195

Taxation and Revenue Department               505-827-0700/ FAX: 505-827-9876




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                           CONGRESSIONAL MEMBERS
Steven Pearce
Web Site: pearce.house.gov
E-mail: Contact Via 'Web Form.'

Washington Office:                                                       202-225-2365
1607 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515-3102    FAX: 202-225-9599
Main District Office:                                                    505-222-2219
400 N. Telshor, Ste. E, Las Cruces, NM 88011                        FAX: 505-522-3099

Tom Udall
Web Site: tomudall.house.gov
E-mail: Contact Via 'Web Form.'

Washington Office:                                                       202-225-6190
1410 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515-3103    FAX: 202-226-1331
Main District Office:                                                    505-984-8950
811 St. Michaels Dr., Ste. 104, Santa Fe, NM 87505                  FAX: 505-986-5047

Heather Wilson
Web Site: wilson.house.gov
E-mail: Contact Via 'Web Form.'

Washington Office:                                                       202-225-6316
442 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515-3101       FAX: 202-225-4975
Main District Office:                                                    505-346-6781
20 First Plz., Ste. 603, Albuquerque, NM 87102                      FAX: 505-346-6723

Senator, Jeff Bingaman
Web Site: bingaman.senate.gov
E-mail: senator_bingaman@bingaman.senate.gov

Washington Office:                                                      202-224-5521
703 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510-3102        FAX: 202-224-2852
Main District Office:                                                   505-988-6647
119 E. Marcy, #101, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Fax: (505) 992-8435




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                                  PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

________________________________________                                              _______________
Agency and/ or Program Name                                                                 Date

Phone Number:
Fax Number:
1 800 Number:
Web Page Address:
E-mail Address:

Mailing Address:

Physical Address:

Primary Contact Person(s) and Telephone number(s):

Services Provided:

Cost of Services
____Fees (specify)
____Sliding Fee Scale
____No cost to client
____Private Insurance
____Medicaid Accepted

Availability/ Hours: M T W Th F S Sun

Transportation Available:

Languages spoken:

Number of people served per year:

Geographic area served:

Whom may we contact at your agency regarding this form:


                 Please complete this form to make any changes/additions
                                    or deletions and mail/fax to:
       Feel free to send brochures that provide the above information instead of completing this form
                                          Phone: 505-747-1889
                                              Fax: 747-1623
                                 Po Box 2215, Espanola, NM 87532


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