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PLEASE BE AWARE: During this phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, services may be disrupted. Please contact a service agency before visiting it.
County: San JuanSupport Sector: Early Childhood
It’s My Very Own (IMVO), a faith-based, voluntary organization, seeks to make kids’ lives a little brighter by working with communities to provide displaced children with Bags of Love that meet their immediate needs.
Each bag of love includes a handmade quilt, stuffed animal, toys, books, and personal items. The bags are age appropriate and are delivered to the local agencies charged with removing children from unsafe homes.
County: San JuanSupport Sector: Early Childhood and Parent HelpPhone: (505) 324-8697
Licensed Accredited Star 5 Child Care Center serving 160 children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old. State of NM Early Childhood Education and Care Department grant recipient to provide FREE NM Early (3 year old) PreK and FREE NM PreK (4 year old) Full day programs. Locally owned and operated for over 21 years.
County: San JuanSupport Sector: Behavioral HealthPhone: 505-333-7219
Evidence-based mental health therapy, Crisis debriefing, Corrective attachment therapy, trauma informed therapy
County: San JuanSupport Sector: Behavioral HealthPhone: 505-608-7398
Co-occurring substance/psychological counseling, marriage and family therapy, trauma therapy, group therapy, and substance abuse/mental health assessments.
For adults: psychiatric evaluation and psychotropic medication management
County: San JuanSupport Sector: TransportationPhone: 505-325-3409
Eligibility:This program serves individuals whose disability prevents them from using the local public transportation.Reservations for Paratransit and Dial-A Ride services can be made any time during system operational hours and on Saturday for the following Monday. Reservations may be made up to 30 days in advance. Paratransit reservations may be made for the following day service.
County: OteroSupport Sector: FoodPhone: 575-439-3624
1st Friday of the month starting at 8am of the month at the Tays Center
The Aggie Cupboard also accepts non-perishable food and/or financial donations. Please make checks out to the Otero Hunger Coalition, and provide them to Greg Hillis, Institutional Research Office, NMSU Alamogordo, Greg Hillis
: 8:00 am - 5:00 pmMon8:00 am - 5:00 pmTue8:00 am - 5:00 pmWed8:00 am - 5:00 pmThu8:00 am - 5:00 pmFri8:00 am - 5:00 pmSatClosedSunClosedCounty: OteroSupport Sector: Behavioral Health and Parent HelpPhone: 575-437-7404
At PMS, we offer a wide range of therapy and treatment options. We serve children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Our clients come from all walks of life and all diversities. Some of our common services include providing individual, couples, family and group therapy for mental health and substance use disorders, medication evaluation and management, and crisis intervention.
PMS provides specialty behavioral health programs based on local community need. These include specialty court services, Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST), Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), Psycho-Social Rehabilitation (PSR), Comprehensive Community Support Services (CCSS), Behavioral Management Services (BMS), Respite, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Traditional Healing.
Accessibility of Services
PMS offers services in a manner accessible and available to individuals in their community. Aspects of this accessibility include the need for access at times and places convenient for those served, prompt assessment and engagement in services, access to crisis services and person-centered treatment planning and services.
With COVID 19 impacting face to face services, we are offering sessions through telehealth and other remote methods.
County: OteroSupport Sector: Early Childhood and Parent HelpPhone: 575-434-6313
To prepare children for school while providing families access to community resources and comprehensive support services to ensure their children’s success.
WHY IS THIS PROGRAM IMPORTANT?
Early Head Start/Head Start is a federally funded program that prepares America’s most vulnerable children to succeed in school and beyond. Head Start programs deliver services to children and families in core areas of early learning, health, and family well-being while engaging parents as partners every step of the way.
Because the program focuses on the family as a whole, children receive early screenings which may lead to early identification of developmental delays, lead poisoning, and dental, health care, and mental health service needs. The program also provides nutritious meals to children and referrals to community resources for families.
WHO / WHAT AGE GROUPS IT’S FOR:
Early Head Start has two options:
The Home Based program serves children prenatal to 3 and is available for working or non-working families.
Center Based programs serve children 6 weeks to 3 years old and are designed for working families.
Both options support families to transition to Center Based Head Start when age appropriate, or for those in Home Based to transition to Center Based Early Head Start when needed for working purposes.
Head Start provides preschool services for 3- and 4-year-old children in a Center Based model
: 8:40 am - 4:00 pmMon8:40 am - 4:00 pmTue8:40 am - 4:00 pmWed8:40 am - 2:00 pmThu8:40 am - 4:00 pmFri8:40 am - 4:00 pmSatClosedSunClosedCounty: OteroSupport Sector: Schools and Job TrainingPhone: 575-812-6007 or 575-812-6500
Alamogordo High School (AHS) students have many dual-credit opportunities and can earn associate degrees and industry certifications while still in high school which allows them to join the workforce or continue college courses after graduation.
Internship and mentorship opportunities available through partnerships between AHS and out community stakeholders and businesses provide students with the work-based learning experiences necessary to succeed in a job or chosen field of study.
Career Technical Education programs provide our students with hands-on instruction and learning opportunities that are high wage, high demand, and high skill. Career Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) help students build necessary leadership and career-related skills.
County: OteroSupport Sector: Schools, Early Childhood, and Parent HelpPhone: 575-812-6000
Alamogordo Public Schools (APS) has a long standing history in the Tularosa Basin. The school district is the second largest employer in Otero County, with nearly 800 employees. Alamogordo Public Schools is governed by a 5-member elected school board that sets policy and approves the annual budget. Operations of the district are overseen by the APS Superintendent.
There are more than 5,600 students in the district enrolled in two high schools, three middle schools, nine elementary schools, and two preschool programs. More than 1,000 of these students are dependents of active duty service members and an additional 10-12% are considered to be "military connected."
Students from Alamogordo, High Rolls, La Luz, and Holloman AFB are provided educational services via Alamogordo Public Schools.
- Buena Vista Elementary
- Desert Star Elementary
- High Rolls Mountain Park Elementary
- Holloman Elementary
- La Luz Elementary
- North Elementary
- Sierra Elementary
- Sunset Hills Elementary
- Yucca Elementary
Chaparral Middle School
- Holloman Middle School
- Mountain View Middle School