Las Cumbres Community Services is grateful for a number of important grant awards received as the year comes to a close. Recent awards will support the work of the agency’s Santa Fe Community Infant Program and Behavioral Health in Rio Arriba County, along with Family Navigation, Education and Support Service programs in Taos County.

Financial assistance provided by the Robert T. Keeler Foundation will allow the agency to continue to serve families from our Taos County office. By fostering connections with other agencies and providers in the county, Las Cumbres’ Family Navigation staff are addressing a wide range of needs impacting children, families and the community. The award is already assisting with child abuse prevention awareness, introduction of Circle of Security® parenting classes, and navigation of families through individual challenges and providing access to vital community resources.  

Brindle Foundation’s Early Opportunities Initiative will support the agency in the forthcoming year with a grant to address early childhood and infant mental health for families with children from birth to age six. This funding provides maintenance of agency programs in Santa Fe as well as Rio Arriba County through the agency’s home and center-based services and peer support groups. Early childhood and infant mental health service provision strives to strengthen infant-caregiver relationships and create safer and more nurturing environments, reducing the incidence of child abuse and neglect in Santa Fe and Rio Arriba counties.

Recognizing the prevalent lack of affordable housing in northern New Mexico or that families are often living in environments that are detrimental to their emotional and physical health and well-being, Las Cumbres is very excited to be expanding their outreach and education around this timely concern. This project will be funded in part by a grant from Con Alma Health Foundation. The newly launched initiative seeks to convene community forums to address barriers to safe, decent, and affordable housing options in three counties, Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and Taos, where the agency works closely with families impacted by this social determinant to health.


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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