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Our Programs

COURT

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. Learn more here: Become a CASA volunteer!

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 Leslie at 575-999-5750 and in Raton/Clayton call Katherine at 575-445-2400.

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COMMUNITY

In-School Programming

Socio-emotional and therapeutic programs in schools in Raton and Taos that offer students skills and relationship-building support to protect against victimization, suicide, and delinquency and become healthier, happier adults.

Summer of Play 

Out-of-school STEAM activities for families in income-based housing in Taos.

Branches Outdoor Program

Monthly outdoor activities to build confidence and encourage positive risk taking.

For the above programs, call Feliz at 575-425-1419 for more information.

Trauma Trainings 

Training on the impact of trauma on child development for staff and educators in local child-serving organizations, schools, and law enforcement. Call Colleen at 575-758-0106 for more information.

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Youth Heartline does not discriminate on the basis of identity or demographic. A person who believes s/he has been harassed or been subject to discriminatory treatment within the Agency or by an Agency’s subgrantee because of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, or disability, or has been retaliated against for engaging in protected activity, is urged to file a complaint through the New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission's Civil Rights Officer.  Details provided here.

STABILITY

Youth Transitional Housing

Case management, life skills support, and housing for youth aged 16-24 who are experiencing homelessness in Raton. Call Jolene at 575-445-2400 to make a referral.

Taos Pueblo Family Navigator

A joint program with Taos Pueblo that helps Native families who are victims of crime fully recover by assisting them in navigating housing, social services, financial support, and other programs that would support the family in moving towards greater stability. Call Meesha at 575-999-5569 for more information or to make a referral.

Colfax & Union County Family Navigation

Assistance for families in navigating housing, social services, financial support, and other programs that would support the family in moving towards greater stability. Call Misty in Raton/Clayton at 575-445-2400 for more information.

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