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5312 Jaguar Dr., Santa Fe, NM
Santa Fe Recovery Center

Santa Fe Recovery Center (SFRC) offers detox, residential, and outpatient services for people who want to stop using drugs and alcohol.  Our women and children's 90 day Residential Treatment Program serves adult women with substance use disorders, including: pregnant and parenting women with children (newborns to age 3).  SFRC also offers help with the use of medication assisted treatment (Suboxone and Subutex).

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Shared Table
Ranchos de Taos Presbyterian Church

Gives out food the second and fourth Wednesdays in 2 locations: El Prado 11-1pm, Ranchos de Taos 2-3pm. Emergency food boxes available.

St. James Episcopal Church
214 Camino Santiago, Taos, NM

Gives out food Thursdays from 1:30-4pm. Emergency food boxes are available.

Taos Center for Breastfeeding
216 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Suite M, Taos, NM
Taos Center for Breastfeeding

Personalized prenatal breastfeeding consults to build confidence and get breastfeeding off to a great start; postpartum breastfeeding consults to offer support and solve breastfeeding  problems; and Café con Leche, a monthly get-together for pregnant and breastfeeding mamas to support each other in breastfeeding and mothering.

The Giving Tree and Good News Fellowship
218 Paseo Del Canon East, Taos, NM

Gives out food last Wednesday of the month from 12-3:30 (unless it’s a holiday).

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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Uber is a ride-hailing company offering services that include peer-to peer ridesharing, ride hailing and food delivery (where available).

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1400 Weimer Rd, Taos, NM

WIC is the Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants and Children up to age 5. WIC is available to low to moderate income pregnant women, recently delivered women, breastfeeding women, infants and children who are a nutrition risk. We offer support for breastfeeding mothers and healthy nurtrition education. Father's may also apply for their children.

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224 Cruz Alta Rd, Ste F, Taos, NM
Youth Heartline – Taos

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.

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