We provide aid to and assist by financial or other means, the spouses and dependents of sworn police and other law enforcement officers and firefighters in New Mexico who lose their lives in the line of duty.
We are helping families and businesses reach their economic potential and build better lives.
We advance our mission by supporting companies through advisory services, targeted coaching, and support for startups, and by providing high-caliber governance through board oversight. Our decades of on-the-ground experience in what the poor need and insights into new technologies set us apart.
ALM is a mobile food pantry that delivers groceries (including fresh or frozen meats, eggs, fresh and packaged fruits and vegetables as well as staples) directly to client homes every 2 weeks. New clients receive emergency groceries upon request. The number of bags of groceries provided are based on the number of people in the household. We also operate a Food 4 Kids program, providing child-friendly, nutritious snacks once per week. ALM serves communities in the Moreno Valley and Cimarron.
Our mission is to help save lives by providing the needed support to enable every northern New Mexican with cancer to access treatment in Santa Fe.
Cancer Support Services responds to the needs of people with cancer and their families, needs that go beyond medical treatment. We link people experiencing cancer with trusted local businesses to help meet basic needs, ease stress, and promote healing.
Centinel Bank of Taos is a full service financial institution located in Taos, New Mexico — Since 1969 – Founded here, focused here. We’re committed to local banking for this community we call home. As Tos County’s only locally owned and operated community bank, Centinel Bank is invested in our community and invested in YOU. From helping local businesses, families and individuals succeed to supporting local causes, we’re here to make a difference. We’re here to turn help you turn dreams into reality.
dedicated to serving our local communities. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender.
Domestic Violence Support Services
Compassionate Christian Outreach Ministries’ mission is to provide spiritual and humanitarian aid to people in need. Our main ministry is Love Thy Neighbor food pantry. We provide food to qualified residents of Questa, Cerro, Amalia, Costilla and Red River. We also have a clothes bank and sometimes furniture and appliances. We are growing as a resource center offering other resources available in our area.
The Crisis Center of Northern New Mexico educates people on building and sustaining healthy relationships and violence-free environments.
DreamSpring is an award-winning, 25 year old nonprofit organization that increases access to credit, makes loans and provides a community of support to help entrepreneurs realize their dreams. DreamSpring proudly serves Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina and Texas
DreamTree Project offers emergency teen shelter, a transitional home and resources for youth throughout northern New Mexico, including Colfax, Mora, Rio Arriba, Taos and Union counties.
Our emergency teen shelter is open 24/7, to youth ages 12 to 17. You can come in anytime, or you can take a tour – just stop by, call us at 575-758-9595, or text us at 575-770-7704.
Medical and behavioral health services.
Taos, NM 87571
“* Note : the shelter operates mainly for residents of Santa Fe county and the eight northen Pueblos, but might accept other individuals from the rest of the State.
We are a nonprofit organization that strive to provide residential care for victims of sex trafficking where they experience physical restoration, emotional and mental rehabilitation, social respect and spiritual regeneration.”
The Food Not Bombs Free Skool invites you to share and seek knowledge and appreciation in the areas of social change, economic justice, peace, generosity, diversity, responsibility and a sustainable future.
FatPipe is headed up by a team of business leaders who know the community and know how to bring people together to make things happen – for startups and existing businesses alike.
Finance New Mexico
Venture Acceleration Fund
The Venture Acceleration Fund (VAF) makes investments in early-stage and growth-stage businesses. Established in 2006 as a grant program by Los Alamos National Laboratory LANL), VAF changed in 2014 to include funding payback that is triggered by defined conditions. Under the new protocol, VAF is structured as an interest-free loan, with repayment only if a company is acquired, achieves certain revenue goals or leaves New Mexico within a specified time frame. Payback trigger ensures funds are available to assist additional eligible companies in the future. Read the full terms here: vafnm.org/terms. Companies located in these northern New Mexico counties are eligible: Los Alamos, Santa Fe, Sandoval, Rio Arriba, Taos, San Miguel and Mora.
While VAF is largely funded by Los Alamos National Laboratory and other economic development organizations, which contribute to the total amount available. For example, in 2015, LANL contributed $83,000, New Mexico Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NM MEP) contributed $25,000, Santa Fe County contributed $20,000, and Los Alamos County contributed $16,000 to the $144,000 total fund.
Holy Cross Hospital’s First Steps Program provides home visiting services to parents of children ages prenatal to three, including fathers, adoptive parents, and foster families in Taos and Western Colfax Counties.
The Food Depot operates a range of programs designed to meet critical needs in the nine Northern New Mexico counties we serve. We help people of all ages with differing needs–those living in remote villages as well as in our largest cities and towns.
A clinic dedicated to serving our community’s mental wellness needs.
Golden Willow Retreat is a non-profit organization that promotes healthy grieving by empowering people impacted by all forms of loss through therapeutic programming and professional development.
“Growing Community Now’s education activities include planning, creating, and helping students learn to grow school gardens.
We provide cooking and nutrition education programs to students in pre-K through High School.”
Habitat for Humanity of Taos, Inc. works in partnership with people from all walks of life to build houses, hope and community with people in need and by so doing, witness God’s love in action.
Taos, NM 87571
HELP New Mexico, Inc. exists to empower positive action through sustainable social services. Inspire and motivate through effective community improvement programs and to educate families and communities through innovative coaching.
Our focus is to develop an outreach program for suicide prevention and direct families and youth to the appropriate services.
Holy Cross Hospital’s mission is to provide preventative, curative, and supportive healthcare services while maintaining high quality standards and utilizing innovative, educational, and cost-effective approaches for all members of the culturally-diverse Taos Community and surrounding areas.
To provide our community with the best health care choices close to home in an environment of continual improvement.
Horizons of New Mexico, a central nonprofit agency, provides comprehensive statewide support to foster development of contracts for New Mexico’s people with disabilities, community rehabilitation programs, and public bodies.
Our core support to the community is a focus on opiate addiction and recovery. These and many other services are provided by Inside Out, all FREE OF CHARGE!
We serve the community by offering food boxes, clothing bank, hygiene kits, dog food all free of charge to homeless and indigent clients.We offer a weekly acupuncture clinic to the community and we are hoping to resume that soon. With the COVID changes of course we could not do that since early March. We are hoping to resume soon. We do a homeless outreach on the streets of Taos and will resume that on June 1. Our agency offers peer support through Certified Peer Support Worker.
We offer NARCAN trainings and distribute NARCAN free of charge. We also offer weekly jail groups to both men and women in Taos. We have not been able to do this due to COVID, but hope to resume this when we are allowed.
We also assist those who are returning from incarceration. All services are free of charge to the community. We receive and also do referrals with multiple agencies to assist people with their needs including medical, judicial and other providers of service.
El Prado, NM 87529
Job Training Incentive Program
New Mexico has one of the most generous training incentive programs in the country. The Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) funds classroom and on-the-job training for newly-created jobs in expanding or relocating businesses for up to 6 months. The program reimburses 50-75% of employee wages. Custom training at a New Mexico public educational institution may also be reimbursed.
Who Qualifies: Eligibility for JTIP funds depends on the company’s business, the role of the newly-created jobs in that business, and the trainees themselves. Please read through the eligibility guidelines (see Policy and Procedures below) and then fill out the Eligibility Questionnaire to begin the JTIP application process. A member of JTIP staff will contact you to determine your company’s eligibility and discuss the program in detail.
CONTACT: Patrick Gannon, JTIP Program Manager, (505) 827-2162, Patrick.Gannon@state.nm.us, FY20 Policy/Procedures Manual
La Leche League is an international, nonprofit, nonsectarian organization dedicated to providing education, information, support, and encouragement to women who want to breastfeed. Our Mission is to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.
Los Alamos Community Foundation
About the Los Alamos Community Foundation: Established in 2015, the focus of the Los Alamos Community Foundation is to improve the quality of life in our community by inspiring, facilitating and supporting enduring philanthropy, and building the capacity and success of our local nonprofit organizations. For more information about the Los Alamos Community Foundation, visit www.losalamoscf.org.
The mission of MAS Comunidad is to promote health and wellness by creating and sustaining programs and services that respect local culture, encourage creativity and innovation, and improve the lives of people in the villages surrounding Peñasco.
Mountain Home Health Care, is 501c(3) non-profit organization serving Taos County, Colfax County, and northern Rio Arriba County by providing home health care services to those in need. As an approved Medicaid and Medicare provider, we offer a coordinated team approach to therapeutic and rehabilitative services – including Personal Care Services, physician directed Home Health Care (Medicaid and Medicare) and Hospice.
PO Box 2566
Taos, NM 87571
New Mexico AIDS Services is a nonprofit organization that advocates for and enhances the lives of people affected by HIV and AIDS by providing direct services and prevention education.
New Mexico Appleseed is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to ending poverty in New Mexico. We focus on family hunger, homelessness, child maltreatment, and other multigenerational and interconnected issues that keep families in poverty.
To assist communities to create solutions to homelessness from prevention through permanent housing by using action, advocacy, and awareness.
The mission of the New Mexico Economic Development Department is to Improve the lives of New Mexico families by increasing economic opportunities and providing a place for businesses to thrive.
Our programs and initiatives support our mission. The New Mexico Partnership is a statutorily-created public-private organization under contract to the department to market the state globally in order to attract new jobs and investment. Department programs provide direct assistance to New Mexico businesses and communities. Programs and services for businesses can be found in the Business Resource Center. EDD also administers several programs that support Community Development.
The State of New Mexico’s fiscal year begins on July 1 and ends on June 30th of each year. During the summer months each state agency compiles a strategic plan of program initiatives, an accompanying budget, and a set of performance metrics that reflect the key work of each of our programs. These documents are submitted to both the executive and legislative branches on September 1. At the end of each fiscal year we report our progress in an annual report. EDD strategic plans, and quarterly and annual reports can be found on our Publications page.
Economic Development Department
Joseph M. Montoya Building
1100 S. St. Francis Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87505-4147
NMHEP, an initiative at the Santa Fe Community Foundation, focuses on building an infrastructure of community-based leadership that has the capacity and knowledge to change systems and address issues that make it possible for every New Mexican to have an opportunity live a healthy life. New Mexico needs residents actively involved and invested in making a difference, and it needs a strong set of community-based organizations that are effective and are a galvanizing force that is able to inform decision makers. HEP is building the foundation to make this possible.
New Mexico Workforce Connection of Taos
Educate, Empower, Employ, and Enforce.
The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions strives to be a leader in improving employment and poverty rates through workforce development, enhanced services for employers, and ensuring fair labor practices and workforce protections for New Mexicans.
Taos, NM 87571
We are here to help you cope emotionally with free and confidential mental health support 24/7.
Noesis Integrative Health is a State Approved Behavioral Health Agency that is Certified to provide Comprehensive Community Support Services (CCSS), Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) as well as Medication Assisted Treatment with therapeutic services. Noesis Community Support Workers connect clients with supportive services within the community and maintain engagement with clients through their long term recovery goals.
Taos, NM 87571
To educate and train our workforce to meet the changing needs of Northern New Mexico.
Gives out food Thursdays from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. Emergency food boxes are available.
Planned Parenthood is one of the nation’s leading providers of high-quality, affordable health care, and the nation’s largest provider of sex education. With or without insurance, you can always come to us for your health care.
Medical, dental and behavioral health services.
Questa, New Mexico 87556
Information center in Red River for Tourism related activities.
P.O. Box 1020, Red River 87558
The RDC is a regional economic development organization for Northern New Mexico, focused on creating a diverse and sustainable economy. Our principal service areas are Los Alamos, Rio Arriba, Santa Fe, Taos, San Miguel, Mora and Sandoval counties.
The RDC works collaboratively to create new jobs in the region by strengthening services to businesses and developing the infrastructure, public policy and workforce to support job growth.
Rio Grande ATP (RGATP) provides adult substance abuse intensive outpatient treatment program. RGATP focus is on the delivery of high quality, affordable, and accessible treatment services to consumers and their families. Services include case management and a central intake hub helping individuals get treatment that includes coordination of care for detox, residential, and transitional living services out side of Taos County (Golden Willow Counseling is RGATP’s community partner).
As the largest food bank in the state, we play a major role in distributing a variety of donated and purchased food items to people struggling to cover all their nutritional needs.
Safer New Mexico Now (Safer) was founded in 1985 with the goal of reducing deaths and injuries on New Mexico’s roadways.
SafeTeen New Mexico is a youth driven non-profit organization. We partner with both public and private entities to fund and create programs that educate teens, parents, educators and community leaders about critical issues facing youth. Our programs include both In-School Assemblies as well as broadcast based Social Marketing Campaigns. Programs have included: distracted driving, underage drinking, drug abuse, date violence, body image, addiction, suicide and many others.
SCORE: Business Success Starts Here.
SCORE is the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors, with more than 10,000 volunteers in 300 chapters.
SCORE offers live and recorded webinars as well as in-person events at more than 300 chapters.
See what’s available, and sign up today!
Herndon, VA 20170
Self Help, Inc., formed in 1969, is a non-profit organization which connects families in Northern New Mexico with resources. Self Help, Inc. focuses on enhancing life skills and promoting self-sufficiency. We believe that anyone, when given sufficient means to use their skills, can become economically self-reliant.
SER (Service, Employment, and Redevelopment) is a national network of Community Based Organizations(CBO’s) that formulates and advocates initiatives resulting in the increased development and utilization of America’s human resources, with special emphasis on the needs of Hispanics, in the areas of education, training, employment, business and economic opportunity.
Shared Table distributes food and personal hygiene items, on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of every month, all year long. We open to the public from 11:00 – noon at El Pueblito United Methodist Church in El Prado and from 2:00 – 3:00 at the Talpa community center. There is no income qualification to receive food. Emergency Food Boxes are provided as needed.
The SBDC at UNM Taos provides entrepreneurs with professional business consulting at no cost, low cost business training, and vital information they need to start, grow, and succeed in a complex and competitive and global environment. We are a full-service office located in downtown Taos, serving emerging and existing businesses in Taos County.
The New Mexico Small Business Development Center (NMSBDC) Network was established in 1989 through a partnership with the US Small Business Administration, the State of New Mexico, the New Mexico Association of Community Colleges, and the New Mexico Association of Independent Community Colleges. The NMSBDC Network State Office is located on Santa Fe Community College campus. The program provides confidential, no-cost business consulting and low-cost business training to entrepreneurs and small businesses throughout the state. Strategically located in 24 communities, we serve all 33 New Mexico counties. NMSBDC consultants have countless years of combined management and ownership expertise and have helped to create more than 35,000 jobs in the state since its inception. Entrepreneurs have access to subject matter experts to help them start, expand and be profitable.
115 Civic Plaza Drive
Taos, NM 87571
Southwest CARE Center, a model of excellence in the treatment of HIV, provides comprehensive medical care, research, education, prevention and support services to people affected by HIV/AIDS and related conditions in New Mexico.
“At St James Food Pantry we are committed to providing free healthy food to anyone in need.
You are welcome to receive food, regardless of your citizenship, immigration status, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. Our volunteers speak English and Spanish. Members of the Pueblo are often available to assist Elders who speak Tewa. ”
Taos Alive Coalition unites the community to plan and implement strategies that prevent and reduce substance use and its consequences among Taos County youth.
Taos Behavioral Health (TBH) provides comprehensive behavioral health services to individuals, families and groups to support them in developing positive behaviors and making life-affirming choices.
The Taos Coalition to End Homelessness (TCEH) are the owners and operators of the Taos Men’s Shelter. We offer low-barrier access to overnight shelter, food, laundry, showers, peer support and case management 365 days a year for the homeless men of Taos County. Our trained staff support our guests in coordination and cooperation with local service providers, charitable foundations, town, county, and community members.
Taos Community Foundation connects people, and opportunities, generating resources to build a more creative, caring, and thriving community. As a grantmaking organization, the Foundation does not provide direct services to individuals, but instead supports our non profit community in the work they do to meet the needs of our residents. Taos Community Foundation hosts The Fund for Taos, an emergency action fund that is currently engaged in meeting response/recovery efforts related to the COVID pandemic.
Taos County Chamber of Commerce MEMBERS Make Business Better!The Taos County Chamber of Commerce exists to cultivate and sustain a healthy business environment.
1139 Paseo del Pueblo, NM 87571
The Taos County website, you will find agendas for of scheduled meetings, minutes of all our meetings, job openings, hours of operation, forms and applications, access to our growth management plan, land use plan, information about all departments and their employees. This has been a collaborative effort with all employees to bring this information to the public and to better serve the community.
The County Planning Department provides long term and current planning support services to the citizens of Taos County. These services are provided for growth management, the preservation of the quality of life and to ensure safe, orderly and sustainable development.
105 Albright Street
Taos, NM 87571
The Taos Education & Career Center (TECC) considers education to be a basic human right throughout the lifespan of a human being. We work with adults and youth, at least 16 years of age, to improve their academic skills in order to:
* Discover and prepare for a career that is meaningful and financially supportive.
*Obtain a High School Equivalency (GED® or HiSET) and prepare for the college entrance exam (ACT Compass®) via College and Career Readiness Classes (CCRS).
*Communicate fluently in English.
*Develop skills to succeed in the workplace, such as technology, workplace communications, and leadership skills.
*Gain Life Skills to be successful and healthy at school, work, and home.
These academic programs are free of charge. Classes are offered during the days and evening or via our Distance Education Program. We also have a computer lab for independent work and the help of volunteer tutors to provide one-on-one instruction.
Camino Rael Hall
115 Civic Plaza Drive
Taos, NM 87571
A community-wide call to action to develop a safety net of internet access point for Taos students. TEC is compiling and distributing lists of free, public wi-fi access points that are available around the community. The current list is available at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1purmuWOMdR3kAMgvKCPATjf88W8iRflGQ8Yv-3Yrcrs/edit
Taos Elders and Neighbors Together (TENT) is a nonprofit 502(c)(3) tax-exempt community of elders and neighbors supporting one another. It is a virtual village with a volunteer-based support network that connects members to various resources needed for them to live comfortable, dignified and vibrant lives in their own homes as they age. TENT provides a variety of specific services, activities, and programs that further this purpose, including social activities, transportation, minor home repairs, caregiver relief, and much more.
The goal of TEN is grass roots economic development through Network Facilitation, use of volunteer time – neighbor helping neighbor and effective use of readily available resources. The activities to achieve these goals are:
*Awareness. This outreach component is aimed at promoting awareness of entrepreneurship throughout the community in an effort to enhance our entrepreneurial culture, generate client inquiries, and recruit volunteers.
*One-on-one client orientation and coaching. The orientation and coaching component is aimed at listening to and assessing the client’s business, strategy, and goals; identifying strategic needs; orienting the client to available services; networking them with the most relevant assistance; and providing on-going coaching to the client.
*Social Capital. The networking component is the core element of the model, upon which effectiveness, results and sustainability are dependent. The networking element involves establishing a network of regional advisors from a variety of industries and professions, who can lend their knowledge and experience to the challenges faced by the entrepreneur.
Taos Feeds Taos, a non-profit corporation in its 36th year, distributes food to over 1100 needy Taos county families. In order to serve the community in a safe manner, Taos Feeds Taos will be handling the program a bit differently this year. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
***Instead of filled food boxes, we will be providing TAOS FEEDS TAOS Grocery Vouchers to Super Save Discount Foods.
***Applications will still be required but we will be taking information over the phone instead of in-person.
The Giving Tree is a community service, organized by volunteers, that is designed to accept and distribute clothing & other useful household items and food to the Taos Community and surrounding areas for free.
It is the mission of Taos Housing Corporation to provide quality housing affordable to low- and moderate-income families in Taos County, New Mexico.
The Downtown Taos MainStreet project (DTMS) is an independent, local nonprofit, committed to facilitating a shared vision for our downtown by encouraging economic vitality and celebrating Taos’ cultural and historical assets. After a year of working through a rigorous state accelerator program, DTMS obtained its full MainStreet designation from the state and federal programs.
Taos MainStreet is Reimagining Downtown as a place reflecting our rich, authentic culture and creativity which is: served by streets, sidewalks, and paths that promote walkability and access; hosting diverse, thriving businesses that expand opportunity; full of appealing public spaces and events that bring the community together; with affordable, attractive housing and business spaces; and reestablished as the economic and cultural heart of the community. Goals of Taos MainStreet include:
*Promote prudent economic development
*Preserve local characteristics and values
*Support entrepreneurs and creatives
*Foster a healthy community
Taos, NM 87571
A clean, safe place full of resources for men whose circumstances bring them to our door.
Integrative medicine for the whole family.
Taos, NM 87571
The Taxpayer Advocacy Program is designed to provide assistance to taxpayers working with the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department, identify systemic problems within the Department, and recommend long term solutions to solving those problems.
The taxpayer advocate can assist in resolving issues when the normal process has broken down. The taxpayer advocate will ensure that the rights afforded to the taxpayer in the Taxpayer Bill of Rights are protected.
What the taxpayer advocate can do:
Provide assistance to those who have tried to operate within the normal Departmental channels
Coordinate communications between you and the department
Ensure your rights under the Taxpayer Bill of Rights are being upheld
Advocate for a resolution of your issue on your behalf
Identify systemic problems
Recommend long-term solutions
What the taxpayer advocate cannot do:
Provide relief or remedy not provided by law
Act as the first contact with the department
Reverse decisions made by the Administrative Hearing Office
Handle issues at the IRS
If you have an issue with the IRS, please contact them directly. If you believe your case may be eligible for help through the State of New Mexico taxpayer advocate, please provide the facts of your case via email, mail at PO Box 8487, Albuquerque, NM 87198, or by calling the taxpayer advocate at 505.629.8111.
Santa Fe, NM 87504
The Northern Area Local Workforce Development Board (NALWDB) was incorporated in 2001 as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) to operate as the Administrative Entity (AE) for workforce funds in the ten (10) northern New Mexico counties: Cibola, Colfax, Los Alamos, McKinley, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Juan, San Miguel, Santa Fe, and Taos. The Northern Area serves approximately 27.6 percent of New Mexico’s total population.
Mailing Address: 1000 Cordova Place PMB 810
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Prenatal/Postnatal Home Visitation Programs
The Planning and Zoning Department is responsible for the administration of the Town’s land use policies and zoning regulations as well as the provision of technical expertise to the community in an effort to foster the sustainable growth of the Town.
Our goal is to offer consistent, courteous, high-quality service to the citizens and business community of the Town of Taos by providing a one-stop shop for planning, zoning and building permitting that facilitates and guides the physical growth of the Town in order to enhance the collective quality of life of Town residents and to ensure safe, healthy, and quality development.
400 Camino De La Placita
Taos, NM 87571
Taos’ community college, UNM-Taos offers certificate and two-year associate degrees with support to transfer to four-year programs and workforce. Regardless of what your educational and career goals are, UNM-Taos offers courses and programs designed to help you succeed. With 18 certificates, 10 two-year degree programs, and classes offered in five different formats this fall, you can stay on track to get a college diploma. UNM-Taos has one of the lowest tuitions in the state and many scholarships and financial aid is available for those who qualify. We also offer HSE (Formerly GED), English language classes and workforce training at the Taos Education and Career Center (TECC) and short-term business and digital courses at the Taos Hub of Internet-based Vocation and Education (HIVE).
1157 County Road #110
Ranchos de Taos, NM 87571
Our mission is to support Taoseños and Northern New Mexicans to access high wage, vibrant careers in our rural community. Taos HIVE is a co-working office and small business support center with onsite UNM-Taos classes. Taos HIVE offers an individualized learning journey for those interested in gaining a job and working online and/or opening a small business. We offer workforce training, credentialing, access to resources, and shared professional development.
Taos HIVE is a community-wide, cross-class movement for career training and job creation that is committed to socially responsible development, wealth equality, and opportunity and access for all. HIVE is a public-private partnership between UNM-Taos, Kit Carson Electric Cooperative, Taos Community Foundation, Northern Area Local Workforce Development Board (WIOA), and the Town of Taos. Together we are addressing economic & workforce development in our community which supports our rich heritage and community values.
Taos HIVE brings people from all walks of life together with a shared mission to succeed locally in today’s global market. Are you interested in finding a career where you can work from home or from our co-working office space? Computer Techs, Editors, Managers, Graphic Designers and all kinds of careers can now be done online. Did you ever dream of opening a small business? Or, do you have a small business and need an extra hand to help it succeed or take it to the next level? Need help with Digital Literacy? Or, need to brush up on your basic reading, writing, and math skills while gaining the credentials to find a job? HIVE is open to all levels and will support you every step of the way.
*Small Business Support- Also serving as an entrepreneurial innovation hub, HIVE provides a comprehensive network and menu of supportive services to support those looking to start or expand their small business.
*Coworking space – Our co-working space is for everyone: people just starting out, independent consultants, established small business owners – if you need desk space or a conference room, you’re welcome here!
*Gain credentials and certifications – UNM-Taos offers onsite college classrooms where you can gain your high school equivalency and college credentials that support you to thrive in an online or small business career.
*Wrap-Around Services – Our onsite supportive services office provides a safe place for coaching and advising, as well as access to resources. HIVE offers shared professional development for all clients, students, and staff.
We provide an array of bilingual services for youth and adults that address mental and behavioral health as well as substance use disorder.
Taos, NM 87571
Valle del Sol inspires positive change by investing in health human services to strengthen families with tools and skills for self-sufficiency and by building the next generation of Latino and diverse leaders.We provide an array of bilingual services for youth and adults that address mental and behavioral health as well as substance use disorder.
A catalog of Taos’ medical practices and health resources.
WESST is a home for entrepreneurs, founded 30 years ago by women for women. As a non-profit, we offer consulting, training, and lending to anyone with the passion to start or grow a business. Our committed team nurtures thousands of clients each year to help them build strong and sustainable businesses that support their families and communities throughout New Mexico.Roseanna Perea @ email@example.com
WhyHunger believes a world without hunger is possible. We provide critical resources to support grassroots movements and fuel community solutions rooted in social, environmental, racial and economic justice. We are working to end hunger and advance the human right to nutritious food in the U.S. and around the world.
Youth Development, Inc. (YDI), founded in 1971, is a nationally recognized youth and family service organization in New Mexico. We can help you with early childhood education and child care, prenatal care, alternative education, job training and placement, mental and behavioral health services, homeless assistance, mentoring, family development and family counseling service
Youth Heartline focuses on child advocacy through a variety of services in Colfax, Taos, and Union counties as well as the Taos Pueblo including: 1) providing volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for foster children; 2) parenting education for families impacted by substance use based in the Nurturing Parenting Program’s curriculum; 3) family empowerment activities including Girls Circle and Boys Council for those aged 12-18; and 4) Safe Exchange Supervised Visitation (SESV) for non-custodial guardians to safely spend time with their children. All of our services emphasize harm reduction and are evidence-based and trauma-informed.
Taos, NM 87571