Two Las Cumbres staff will be attending and presenting at the annual Zero to Three (ZTT) Conference in New Orleans this early December. The conference theme this year is Building Powerful Connections. The ZTT conference each year brings together colleagues and experts in the field of child development to share practical tools, research, and resources to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit fully from early connections critical to their well-being. 

Jodi with orchids

Jodi with orchids

Agency Child and Family Services Director Stacey Frymier (pictured below) and Jodi Rodgers, Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor, (pictured, right), will examine ways that Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health clinical practitioners can most effectively work with parents or caregivers experiencing unresolved current or historical trauma, interpersonal violence, homelessness, incarceration and other high risk factors that put their family's safety and stability at risk.

Stacey photo for web

Stacey photo for web

Their presentation, Optimizing Parental Motivation, Regulation, and Responsiveness: Integration of Dialectical Behavior Therapy within Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Clinical Practice, will introduce participants to basic components to support parental regulation, enhance motivation and participation in treatment, and how to respond more effectively to their child's needs, even when they are experiencing stress. 

Las Cumbres offers a continuum of closely integrated programs for infants and toddlers through early intervention and early childhood mental health programs as well as family support services and low birth weight prevention advocacy on site and in the parent or caregivers' homes. Services help children experiencing delays to develop the skills they are lacking, thereby enhancing their readiness for school, their ability to reach other developmental milestones, and capacity to gain other necessary skills later in life. 

Zero to Three is a member-based organization founded in 1977 by leading researchers and clinicians in diverse disciplines that reaches millions of parents, professionals and policymakers each year. To learn more about the organization, click here


Administrative Office

Please note that if you are seeking information on Child and Family services in Española, please refer calls or fax referrals to Española Early Childhood Services Center numbers below- 
For referrals or information on programs in Santa Fe, see
Santa Fe listing below.
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102 N. Coronado
Espanola, NM 87532
phone 505.629.1813
fax 505.747.0421

Española Early Childhood Center

404 Hunter Street
Española, NM 87532
phone: 505.753.4123
fax: 505.753.6947

For referrals, ask to speak to Rebecca Quintana at ext 103

Adult Services

104 N. Coronado
Española, NM 87532
phone: 505.747.4715
fax: 505.747.4524

TTY/TDD/Audio Relay 711 National Voice Relay available:
Dial 711 to be automatically connected to a Telecommunications Relay Service operator who can initiate a call from any telephone, anywhere in the United States.

Santa Fe

Santa Fe Early Childhood Center(including Family Infant Toddler/Early Intervention)

1911 Fifth St., Suite 100
Santa Fe, NM 87505
phone: 505.955.0410
fax: 505.955.8577

Los Alamos
(Adult Home)

2056 Peach Street
Los Alamos, NM 87544
phone: 505.662.4703 [Women’s Apartment]
phone: 505.662.7653 [Men’s Apartment]

Chama Office

493 Terrace Ave., Suite 1
Chama, NM 87520
phone: (c/o) Espanola Early Childhood Center

To make a referral into Chama FIT program,
tele 505.753.4123, and speak to Rebecca Quintana,
ext 103

Taos Office

1337 Gusdorf Rd., #O
Taos, NM 87571
phone 575.224.3197
fax: 575.224.3198

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