Las Cumbres is dedicated to promoting the health and well-being of people of all ages in northern New Mexico and has expanded to best meet the growing and changing needs of the community.
Incorporated in 1971, the agency has expanded to best meet the growing and changing needs of the community. Programs include, but are not limited to, support for first time fathers, teen parents, grandparents raising grandchildren, a therapeutic preschool, and provision for rural communities and families in four counties who would otherwise not have access to behavioral health services. All services are community-based, inclusive, collaborative, and based on individual strengths and natural supports.
Meet a Las Cumbres Director!
Anne Simon joined the Family Infant Toddler (FIT) Program team in October 2016 as their new Director. Prior to a short time away from Las Cumbres, she served as a Family Service Coordinator and Developmental Specialist III with the Family Infant and Toddler program for over three years. Anne has spent her career in the non-profit world working in various capacities, but found her passion in Early Childhood Development and Early Intervention. She hold as BS from Temple University in Philadelphia in Early Childhood Education, Special Education and Elementary Education; and a MS in Intelligence and Crime Analysis from Saint Joseph’s University also in Philadelphia. Anne relocated to Northern New Mexico in 2012 to raise her young twin boys closer to family.
To learn more about the agency's FIT Program, click here.