Our Programs

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ADVOCACY

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)

Volunteers who advocate on behalf of and in the best interest of foster children as they navigate the court system.  Become a CASA volunteer!

Northeast NM Youth Housing Program

Case management and support for youth who are experiencing homelessness in Raton, New Mexico. Call  Jolene at 575-445-2400 to make a referral.

Taos Family Navigator

A joint program with Taos Pueblo that helps Native families who are victims of crime fully recover by providing case management and assistance in accessing all available resources.

Call Michelle at 575-758-7842 to make a referral.

Safe Exchange and Supervised Visitation (SESV)

SESV offers a safe place for the children of separated, high-conflict parents to bond with both parents in a beautiful playroom designed to encourage positive parent-child interactions.

For more information in Taos call Kika at 575-758-0106 and in Raton/Clayton call Aaron at 575-445-2400.

COMMUNITY

Out-of-School Pop-ups

Out-of-school activities for families in income-based housing in Taos and Colfax Counties.

Family Empowerment Program

A program that provides families with group and individual therapy (art, support, play, and psychodrama) and assistance navigating complex legal and social services systems.

Trails to Trees

A partnership with the Field Institute of Taos to take  kids on half-day and full-day outdoor activities once a month to build friendships and learn about environmental stewardship, providing pickup/dropoff, meals, and water at no charge to participants.​​

Covid Relief Navigation

Assistance for community members to complete applications for housing assistance.

For the above programs, contact Feliz at 575-999-5748 for more information.

Street  Outreach

Direct support and referral information for individuals experiencing homelessness in Colfax and Union Counties.

Call Misty or Danielle at 575-445-2400 for more information.

EDUCATION

Integrated Learning

Individualized and group parent education focused on the health, technology, and financial aspects of family life.

Trauma Toolkit Trainings

Training on the impact of trauma on child development and family stability for staff and educators in local child-serving organizations and schools.

Nurturing Parenting Program

Online parent education program with one-on-one support.  The class is based on a national, evidenced-based curriculum focused on substance use.

For the above programs, contact Colleen at 575-758-0106 for more information.

Girls' Circle and Boys' Council

Evidence-based programs in Taos that offer at-risk teens skills and relationship-building support to protect against victimization, suicide, and delinquency and become healthier, happier adults.

Click here for Girl's Circle Permission Form

Click here for Boys' Council Permission Form​​

Call Feliz at 575-999-5748 for more information.

LOCATIONS

224 Cruz Alta Rd, Ste F

Taos, NM 87571

575.758.0106

Taos Pueblo

230 Rotten Tree Road

Taos, NM 87571

575.758.7842

116 S. 3rd St

Raton, NM 87740

575.445.2400

HOURS

Youth Heartline Staff are available most weekdays during business hours or by appointment. If you call us ahead of time we can be sure to meet you and show you around!

 

Monday - Friday

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

CONTACT US

We want to hear from you! Send us a message on Facebook, or use the form above to get in touch. Thank you for your interest in supporting Youth Heartline. It takes a village.