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Colfax

Alternatives to Violence
124 Pecos Ave. Raton, NM
Alternatives to Violence

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.

575-445-5778
Always Loving Mankind Food Pantry
Mobile service

Makes home food deliveries to pre-registered clients on Mondays.

575-376-2979
Cimarron Senior Center
449 E. 9th Street, Cimmarron, NM

Gives out food the fourth Tuesday of the month 1-3pm

575-376-2979
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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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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Lyft

The Lyft app matches you with local drivers to request a ride to your destination or order food (where available).

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203 Hospital Drive. Raton, NM
Miners Colfax Medical Center

As a ROAMS Network member, MCMC provides care for pregnant moms including: pre to post-natal exams, labor and delivery, Telehealth appointments from Union County General Hospital in Clayton, Telehealth appointments with Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) specialists for higher risk pregnancies, and home Telehealth appointments.

Our 25 bed critical access facility, our nationwide top ranking Long Term Care facility, and our Miners' Outreach program are proud to serve Northern New Mexico with quality healthcare services.

575-445-3661
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Mobile Food Pantry
City Market bldg 907 South Second Street, Raton, NM

Gives out food the last Friday of the month 10-2pm.

Noesis Integrative Health, Inc
112 Este Es rd, Taos, NM & 1273 2nd st, Raton, NM

Noesis Integrative Health, Inc

Noesis recognizes the value of interdisciplinary diagnosis and treatment of mental health complications during pregnancy from conception to the infant's first year of life. We offer psychiatric services and counseling for pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum mothers. We also offer Medically Assisted Treatment for pregnant women (Suboxone and Subutex).

505-634-7044
Northern Regional Housing Authority
525 Ranchitos Rd Unit 962 Taos, NM

Northern Regional Housing Authority is a Public Housing Agency that participates in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV), Public Housing, and Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing. We serve Taos, Colfax Counties as well as others in Northern NM.

575-758-2460
Raton Housing Authority
309 Parsons Ave, Raton, NM

Raton Housing Authority provides low income housing options and rental assistance. The housing authority has 156 units for low income families with 68 of those available for the elderly and disabled.

575-445-8021
226 E. 4th Ave. Raton, NM

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.

575-445-9803
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Raton Senior Center
440 South First Street, Raton, NM

Gives out food the third Wednesday of the month 10-4pm.

575-445-3278
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).

505-471-4985
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Springer Senior Center
600 Maxwell Avenue, Springer, NM

Gives out food the fourth Wednesday of the month 1-3pm.

575-483-5900
St. Vincent de Paul Society of Raton
401 Fourth st, Raton, NM

Gives out food Monday thru Friday, 1-4pm and Saturday, 10-1pm as needed.

230 E. 4th Ave. Raton, NM

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.

575-445-3520 ext.203
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Uber

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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101 Letton Dr., Raton, NM
Valle Del Sol

Valle del sol provides mental and behavioral health to our communities in 9 different counties in NM.  Valle del sol has Outpatient therapy programs, Comprehensive Community Support Services, Behavioral Management appointments (PSYCH),  ACT, IOP Programs.

575-383-2065
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Village of Maxwell
316 Maxwell Avenue, Maxwell, NM

Gives out food the third Wednesday of the month 9-10:30am.

575-375-2752
226 E. 4th Ave. Raton, 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.

575-445-3601
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Youth Heartline – Raton
116 S. 3rd St Raton, NM
Youth Heartline – Raton

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.

575-445-2400

Taos

Chamisal Light House
14 Plaza Road, Chamisal, NM

Gives out food on Wednesday evenings, call for time. Emergency food boxes are available.

575-587-2463
413 Sipapu, Taos
Children’s Trust Fund/Taos Loves Kids

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.

575-751-8904
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Community Against Violence (C.A.V.)
Community Against Violence (C.A.V.)

Community Against Violence (CAV) provides confidential, free services for people who have experienced domestic or  sexual violence or child/elder abuse.  CAV also offers a program for people who are using violence in their interpersonal relationships.  If you, or someone you know, would like more information about services needed, please call the 24 hour helpline 575-758-9888 or see services listed at TaosCAV.org

1400 Weimer Rd, Taos, NM
Department of Health Public Health office

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.

575-758-4719
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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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Faust’s Transportation, Inc.
1010 Faust Ln, El Prado, NM
575-758-3410
412 Sipapu, Taos, NM
Golden Willow Counseling

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.

575-425-3274
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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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HCMC. 1397 Weimer Road. Taos, NM
Holy Cross Medical Center

Holy Cross Medical Center is the central hub for health care in north-central New Mexico. Our hospital is home to over 80 physicians, covering a variety of ever-expanding specialties that include internal medicine, wound care, dermatology, ob/gyn, orthopedics, general surgery, urology and a fully-staffed emergency department.

575-758-8883
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1329 Gusdorf Rd. Taos, NM
Holy Cross Women’s Health Institute

As a ROAMS Network member, Holy Cross Women's Health Institute provides care for pregnant moms including: pre to post-natal exams,  labor and delivery, Telehealth appointments from the Questa Health Center, Telehealth appointments with Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) specialists for higher risk pregnancies, and home Telehealth appointments.

Holy Cross Women’s Health Institute is your complete resource for women’s health care in Taos. From well-woman exams to family planning to osteoporosis care, we’re here for all the women of Taos and northern New Mexico, at all stages of life and health.

575-737-3415
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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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La Jicarita Food Basket
Picuris Tribal Office Building

Gives out food on Wednesdays at 4pm. Emergency food boxes are available.

575-587-2463
Little Poor One Food Pantry
Our lady of Guadalupe Church 205 Don Fernando

Gives out food Thursdays 1-3pm. Emergency Food boxes also available.

575-770-2434
Lyft

The Lyft app matches you with local drivers to request a ride to your destination or order food (where available).

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Noesis Integrative Health, Inc
112 Este Es rd, Taos, NM & 1273 2nd st, Raton, NM

Noesis Integrative Health, Inc

Noesis recognizes the value of interdisciplinary diagnosis and treatment of mental health complications during pregnancy from conception to the infant's first year of life. We offer psychiatric services and counseling for pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum mothers. We also offer Medically Assisted Treatment for pregnant women (Suboxone and Subutex).

505-634-7044
North Central Food Pantry
Embargo rd, Questa, NM (next to senior center)

Gives out food the 2nd and 4th Friday from 11:30-2:30.

575-779-9194
1327 N. Riverside Drive Espanola, NM

Free bus transportation for New Mexico.

866-206-0754
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Northern Regional Housing Authority
525 Ranchitos Rd Unit 962 Taos, NM

Northern Regional Housing Authority is a Public Housing Agency that participates in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV), Public Housing, and Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing. We serve Taos, Colfax Counties as well as others in Northern NM.

575-758-2460
2573 State Highway 522, Questa, NM
Presbyterian Medical Services Questa Health Services

Services offered include dental, behavior health, and as a ROAMS Network member pre and post-natal exams with Women’s Health Institute Obs and midwives, ultrasounds, Telehealth appointments with an Ob from Women’s Health Institute, Telehealth appointments with Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) specialists for higher risk pregnancies, and home Telehealth appointments.

Our Presbyterian Medical Services health centers provide a safety net of medical care for thousands of New Mexicans of all ages. Everyone is eligible to receive medical services. In addition to private pay, we accept Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance. For the uninsured, a sliding fee scale is available based on income.

575-586-0315
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224 Cruz Alta Rd., Suite J Taos, NM
Rio Grande Alcohol and Treatment Center

Rio Grande ATP operates an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for adults with substance use disorder.  Its focus is on the delivery of high quality, affordable, and accessible treatment services to consumers and their families.  Our staff works with the community's medical, mental health, and social services providers to ensure optimal outcomes for consumers and families.  We accept Medicaid, commercial insurance, and we provide financial assistance for those who do not have insurance.

575-737-5533
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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).

505-471-4985
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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.

575-758-3166
St. James Episcopal Church
214 Camino Santiago, Taos, NM

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

575-758-2790
Taos Center for Breastfeeding
413 Sipapu, 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.

575-770-8558
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).

505-980-3387
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

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.

575-758-1078
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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.

575-758-0106
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Union

Alternatives to Violence
124 Pecos Ave. Raton, NM
Alternatives to Violence

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.

575-445-5778
Clatyon Housing Authority Food Distribution
200 Aspen Street, Clayton, NM

Gives out food the fourth Tuesday of the month at 10am.

575-374-9364
Clayton Housing Authority
200 Aspen St., Clayton, NM

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).

575-374-9580
100 Court Street, Clayton, NM

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.

575-445-3601
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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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Goldenspread Rural Frontier Coalition
113 Walnut St, Clayton NM
Goldenspread Rural Frontier Coalition

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.

575-374-6207
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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Lyft

The Lyft app matches you with local drivers to request a ride to your destination or order food (where available).

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Professional Counseling Associates
17 S 2nd Street, Clayton, NM

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.

505-306-6064
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).

505-471-4985
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230 E. 4th Ave. Raton, NM

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.

575-445-3520 ext.203
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300 Wilson St. Clayton, NM 
Union County General Hospital

As a ROAMS Network member UCGH provides care for pregnant moms including: pre and post-natal exams with Obs from Miners Colfax Medical Center and UCGH Nurse Practitioners, ultrasounds, Telehealth appointments with an Ob from Miners Colfax Medical Center, Telehealth appointments with Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) specialists for higher risk pregnancies, and home Telehealth appointments.

Union County General Hospital (UCGH) is an critical access, rural hospital located in Clayton, New Mexico. As the key hospital for the region, UCGH offers a wide array of services.

575-374-2585
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101 Letton Dr., Raton, NM
Valle Del Sol

Valle del sol provides mental and behavioral health to our communities in 9 different counties in NM.  Valle del sol has Outpatient therapy programs, Comprehensive Community Support Services, Behavioral Management appointments (PSYCH),  ACT, IOP Programs.

575-383-2065
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100 Court Street, Clayton, 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.

575-445-3601
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