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Participating Organizations

Breath of My Heart Birthplace provides a safe and nurturing environment for women to receive quality health and birth services. Breath of My Heart Birthplace celebrates pregnancy and birth as a sacred right of passage and works to raise awareness of birth traditions and practices in Northern New Mexico. 

Centro Sávila is a treatment program devoted to the recover and healing of individuals, families, and communities suffering from emotional and psychological distress in the South Valley. Centro Sávila provides a variety of services, in English and Spanish, regardless of the recipient's ability to pay. These services include but are not limited to: outpatient mental health services, case management, food security support, and drug and alcohol counseling.

CLNkids provides comprehensive services to homeless families with young children in Albuquerque, including high quality child care and Early Head Start.

The Embudo Valley Library & Community Center is a non-profit, rural, public library serving un-incorporated communities in the Embudo Valley watershed in northern New Mexico. We serve area villages with daily library service, indoor and outdoor meeting space, local radio station broadcasts and quality youth programs.

ENLACE COMUNITARIO works with the immigrant community in Albuquerque to eliminate domestic violence through intervention services, including counseling and legal representation, and through prevention campaigns that train community leaders, raise awareness and advocate for policy solutions.

LA RED DEL RIO ABAJO (Network of the Lower River Community) is an emerging collaboration of 10 organizations that serve residents in the South Valley neighborhood in Albuquerque.  The organizations, which focus on different community needs, are exploring whether and how they might work together to increase their collective impact.

LAS CUMBRES COMMUNITY SERVICES  provides a variety of family support services to families in northern New Mexico, including those living in remote rural areas.  

New Day Youth & Family Services works to ensure that every youth has safe refuge for the present, adult allies for the future, and the basic skills needed to carve a healthy and positive path forward. New Day Youth & Family Services provides shelter to runaway youths and works with youths to provide a safe environment and to help them build a personal dream for the future.

New Mexico Immigrant Law Center (NMILC) makes justice and legal services affordable and accessible to immigrants in New Mexico. The NMILC is dedicated to preventing the separation of families due to deportation and works to advance the rights and opportunities of low-income immigrants and their families by promoting knowledge of their legal rights and of the immigration process. 

New Mexico Primary Care Association (NMPCA) is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) corporation, represents 19-member organizations that operate more than160 primary care, dental, school-based and behavioral health clinics throughout New Mexico.Through training, technical assistance, facilitation, data storage, coaching and other services, NMPCAassists the Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) to provide accessible and high-qualityhealthcare for all New Mexicans, focusing on vulnerable populations.

PB&J FAMILY SERVICES  serves at-risk children and their families in Bernalillo and Sandoval counties in New Mexico (roughly comprising the greater Albuquerque metropolitan area).  Through a variety of programs and initiatives coordinated by a dedicated caseworker, parents work on their own goals while learning about and supporting the needs of their children.