Taos loves kids provides parenting classes for families in the community to facilitate the understanding of child development and build parent resiliency. We aim to increase the participants understanding of the nature and importance of the parent/child attachment to build basis for ongoing positive interactions.
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.
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.
Golden Willow Counseling is a client oriented mental health counseling center in which counseling is offered to help those in their times of needed emotional support. Golden Willow Counseling specializes in many modalities of counseling in order to meet the client and their family’s needs. We work with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. We collaborate with many organizations and private practice therapists to help provide the best wrap-around
services for the client.
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.
We offer coaching to parents with children 0-3yrs who at risk of or who have developmental delays. Our team consists of developmental specialists, occupational, speech and physical therapists who teach the parent/guardian how to work with their child to achieve developmental milestones and to be best prepared for school and daily functions.
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.
Youth Heartline seeks to improve family stability through a suite of trauma-informed services and systemic solutions. We offer individual, group, and family counseling as well as a Nurturing Parenting program. Our services are free, safe and confidential.