Espanola Healthy Transitions

Espanola Healthy Transitions Healthy Transitions is to improve access to treatment and support services for youth and young adults ages 16 – 25 in Espanola and Rio Arriba.

Healthy Transitions Espanola will help with the daunting challenges of substance abuse, linguistic barriers, cultural norms surrounding substance abuse and providing comprehensive services to youth ages 16-25 who are "at-risk" transitioning to adulthood.

"When young people grow up in an environment where they face systematic oppression and violence every day..who is at fau...
04/28/2015
….Or Does It Explode?

"When young people grow up in an environment where they face systematic oppression and violence every day..who is at fault when their anger and disenfranchisement take a destructive shape?
We are at fault."

Advocates for Youth champions efforts that help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health. Advocates believes it can best serve the field by boldly advocating for a more positive and realistic approach to adolescent sexual health. Advocates focus…

04/21/2015

Thank you to everyone who came and participated in our Local Transitions Team Meeting on Friday, April 17th!!! Please let us know if you or someone you know would like to learn more about our program! (505) 983-6158

04/14/2015

Española Healthy Transitions seeks YOU as an active participant in steering the direction of YOUR brand-new community based program! What do you need? How can we help? Join us this Friday, April 17, 2015 at Española Health Commons 2010 Industrial Park Rd. 3:00pm-5:00pm

04/06/2015

creative collaboration with Tewa Women United Youth Leaders!!! #EspanolaHealthyTransitions #goalgetter #trendsetter

03/27/2015

Inspiring meeting today! We are filled with the HOPE collaboration brings!!! #fortheYOUTH

Healthy Transitions Youth Outreach Worker – EspañolaHealthy Transitions is a new program at the Santa Fe Mountain Center...
03/10/2015
Santa Fe Mountain Center - Job Opportunities

Healthy Transitions Youth Outreach Worker – Española

Healthy Transitions is a new program at the Santa Fe Mountain Center which aims to improve access to treatment and support services for youth and young adults ages 16 to 25 that either have, or are at risk of developing a serious behavioral health condition through the use of peer-to-peer and family supports, increase access to resources and services, vocational training and higher education, and therapeutic adventure experience.

The Española Youth Outreach Worker position, supervised by the Española Healthy Transitions Program Manager, is responsible for mentoring and advocating for youth at the local level and extensive community-wide outreach to identify youth, introduce youth to and support their continued involvement in the project.

Must be able to follow direction, work independently and follow through on tasks. Must have current driver’s license and able to pass a background check.

This is a full time position with competitive salary and benefits.

For a complete job description, click here.

No phone calls, please. Email cover letter, resume and completed intern application to:

Sky Gray
Executive Director
[email protected]

If you or someone you know is interested PLEASE apply here...
http://www.santafemc.org/about/our-board-of-directors/job-opportunities/

We always accept applications, resumes and cover letters to keep on file, even if we are not currently hiring. Please send them attention to Marge Kelley, Associate Director.

02/25/2015
Tewa Women United

Community Services
Crisis & Su***de Hotline: 855-662-7474 or 855-227-5485 TTY
New Mexico Poison Center: 800-222-1222
Child Protective Services: 855-333-7233 or # SAFE from cell phone
Adult Protective Services: 866-654-3219 or 505-476-4912
Runaway Hotline: 800-786-2929 or Text 66008
Center for Development & Disability 800-552-8195 or 505-272-8549
NM Income Support: 800-283-4465 (Food stamps/SNAP, Medicaid, TANF, LIHEAP, Child Support Enforcement)
WIC: 866-867-3124
NM Kids Child Care Referral: 800-691-9067
First Born Program: www.lanlfoundation.org/First-Born/
BeWellNM - Health Insurance: 855-996-6449
Veteran's Crisis Line 800-272-8255
For emergencies Dial 9-1-1

Community Services

Crisis & Su***de Hotline: 855-662-7474 or 855-227-5485 TTY
New Mexico Poison Center: 800-222-1222
Child Protective Services: 855-333-7233 or # SAFE from cell phone
Adult Protective Services: 866-654-3219 or 505-476-4912
Runaway Hotline: 800-786-2929 or Text 66008
Center for Development & Disability 800-552-8195 or 505-272-8549
NM Income Support: 800-283-4465 (Food stamps/SNAP, Medicaid, TANF, LIHEAP, Child Support Enforcement)
WIC: 866-867-3124
NM Kids Child Care Referral: 800-691-9067
First Born Program: www.lanlfoundation.org/First-Born/
BeWellNM - Health Insurance: 855-996-6449
Veteran's Crisis Line 800-272-8255

For emergencies Dial 9-1-1

Address

415 N Paseo De Onate
Espanola, NM
87532

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