Mission: To provide child nutrition education, counseling, and community delevopment services for individuals and local governments in mckinley county, new mexico.
Programs: Child and adult care food program (cacfp) - the organization acts as a distributor of food expense reimbursement to day care providers based on child participation and approved menus. Funding is received from the us department of agriculture and self certification fees from providers, and provides for operating expenses and food provider payments.
adult corrections and dv drug court program - this program provides counseling, case management, life skills training, and drug and alcohol testing for adults referred under court and probation arrangements. Funding is provided by the state of new mexico.
youth conservations corp (ycc) - through a contract with mckinley county, city of gallup, and northern area local workforce development board, the organization trains and supervises eligible youth to develop employment skills and experience through community projects such as trail building, gardening, and environmental restoration.
counseling - counseling programs consist of the children's behavior health contract through the state of new mexico, children youth and families department. The purpose is to strengthen families and prevent inappropriate institutionalization. The service provides assessment and counseling for individuals, families, and groups of troubled youth and their families. Retired senior volunteer program - this program provides opportunities for persons fifty-five and over to volunteer in their community. Funding is provided by a federal and state grant through the state of new mexico ageing & long-term services. Boys and girls club program - the purpose of this program is to provide administrative support to the boys and girls club of gallup in the form of establishing effective procedures and guidelines that optimize services, training, personnel, and financial resources. Juvenile substance abuse treatment services (jsats)- jsats provides individual, family, and group counseling to youth and their families, drug and alcohol testing, anger management, and life skills development activities. Funding is provided through the local liquor tax assessments. Senior companions program - this program provides opportunities for low income elderly persons to render support services to frail and homebound elderly people in exchange for volunteer stipend payments. Funding is provided by a state grant through the state of new mexico ageing & long-term services.
This organization's nonprofit status may have been revoked or it may have merged with another organization or ceased operations.