Alternatives to Violence offers free confidential services for victims who are in need of Life Skills, Parenting, Anger Management and Crisis Intervention. We also assist filing Restraining Orders, Sexual Assault and SANE exams. All services are free and confidential.
Gives out food the fourth Tuesday of the month at 10am.
The Town of Clayton Housing Authority is a Public Housing Agency that provides housing assistance to low income residents of Clayton through the management of low rent public housing. Eligibility guidelines are set by Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Our mission is to promote health and wellness, improve health outcomes and assure safety net services for all people in New Mexico. We offer support for reproductive life planning, breastfeeding, annual exams, pregnancy and STD testing.
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.
Goldenspread Rural Frontier Coalition provides transportation, support services and 25 low income housing units to individuals in need. Support services include: Home Healthcare and Personal care, including light housekeeping, errand running and/or shopping assistance for Medicaid eligible individuals. Taxi services available with Medicaid or private pay. Taxi available in Clayton, NM and surrounding areas.
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.
The Lyft app matches you with local drivers to request a ride to your destination or order food (where available).
Professional Counseling Associates is a community mental health center that provides: Substance/Alcohol abuse Counseling, Individual Family/Group Counseling, and Circle of Security parenting program.
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).