Youth Shelters

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Program Information
NTEE Code: 
F- Mental Health, Crisis Intervention
L- Housing and Shelter
O- Youth Development
Mission Statement: 

Our mission is to deliver unique, life changing services to homeless, runaway, and in-crisis youth and their families.

Programs: 

Street Outreach 505-988-2652, 402 St. Francis Dr - Food, clothing, supplies, case management, counseling, and support to homeless youth through street-based and Drop-In Center services. Youth Emergency Shelter 505-438-0502, 5686-A Agua Fria St - 24-hour-a-day safe haven for youth through case management, life skills development, counseling, and support for ages 10-17 for up to 30 days. Transitional Living Program 505-955-1684, 4435 Airport Rd - Supervised apartment-style living for homeless ages 16-21 for up to 18 months. Includes case management, educational opportunities, job training, counseling, and life skills development. Community-based Counseling 505-983-0586, 5686-B Agua Fria St - Free professional counseling for homeless, runaway, and in-crisis youth up to age 21 and their families. Civic Justice Corps 505-983-0586, 5686-B Agua Fria St - A full-time, 6-month restorative justice program for 18-21 year-olds recently involved with the Juvenile Justice System who need a fresh start. CJC has a GED program, college readiness services, workforce training, service learning projects, leadership development, life skills education, internships, apprenticeships, in-house recovery meetings, counseling services, and referrals. Homeless Pregnant and Parenting Youth Intervention Project 505-983-0586, 5686-B Agua Fria St - Case management, life skills, counseling and other support to homeless pregnant and parenting youth and their young children. Workforce Education Initiative 505-983-0586, 5686-B Agua Fria St - GED prep and job skills training for homeless youth 16-21.

Populations Served: 
African-American
Asian-American
Children and Youth
Disabled
Families
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender
Homeless
Immigrants
Latino/Hispanic
Low Income
Men and Boys
Native American
Rural
Urban
Women and Girls
Counties Served: 
Statewide
Santa Fe
Year Founded: 
1980
Annual Budget: 
$1,000,000 - $4,999,999
Personnel: 
30 to 59 FTE
Executive Director: 
Karen Rowell
Board and Volunteer Positions: 
Accepts inquiries about volunteering
Accepts inquiries about board member positions
Nonprofit Status: 
Has 501(c)(3) nonprofit status from the IRS
Types of Services Offered: 

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Last Updated Date: 
Mar 12 2014

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