Insurance/Medicaid

112 South 3rd Raton, NM
Colfax County Youth Empowerment Services (YES)

Colfax County Youth Empowerment Services (Y.E.S.) serve Colfax and Union County with a comprehensive Home Visiting and breastfeeding support program. Services are offered to families with babies 0-3yrs to learn positive parenting skills and techniques to promote healthy child development. Y.E.S is available in the comfort of your home, at your desired location or virtually through online support. We help families access resources (like Medicaid, SNAP). Y.E.S. is supportive, confidential and free of charge.

575-652-0947
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128 LA POSTA RD,TAOS, NM
DreamTree Project

Through the DreamTree Families Program, DreamTree offers support for young parents ages 16-24, including rental assistance, case management, life skills training, and coordination with community resources.

575-758-9595
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413 Sipapu St.
Holy Cross First Steps

First steps Home visiting services provide information, support and encouragement around child development, prenatal/post-partum issues, breastfeeding, parenting support, access to community resources (including Medicaid enrollment) and screenings/referrals that promote early childhood development and a positive family foundation.  Our services are free and available to all families from pregnancy to the age of three.

575-751-5764
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834 Main Street, Clayton, NM

The mission of Income Support Division is to relieve, minimize or eliminate poverty and to make available certain services for eligible low-income individuals and families through statewide programs of financial assistance, food assistance, employment assistance and training services. Applications for benefits include: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Public and Utility Assistance.

575-374-2853
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1233 Whittier St, Raton, NM

The mission of Income Support Division is to relieve, minimize or eliminate poverty and to make available certain services for eligible low-income individuals and families through statewide programs of financial assistance, food assistance, employment assistance and training services. Applications for benefits include: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Public and Utility Assistance.

575-445-2308
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145 Roy Rd, Taos, NM

The mission of Income Support Division is to relieve, minimize or eliminate poverty and to make available certain services for eligible low-income individuals and families through statewide programs of financial assistance, food assistance, employment assistance and training services. Applications for benefits include: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Public and Utility Assistance.

575-758-8804
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230 Rotten Tree Road, Taos
Tiwa Babies

Tiwa Babies Home visiting services are designed to serve Taos County Native American and non-Native American  families from the prenatal period to the age of five.  Services are available at no cost and include positive parent-child interaction, child health, and connection to community resources to promote healthy child development and confident parenting.  Tiwa Babies services are strength-based, family centered and culturally sensitive.

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