Navajo Ministries

Mailing Address: PO Box 1230, Farmington, NM 87499
County of Location: San Juan
Phone: (505) 325-0255
NTEE Code: B- Education, O- Youth Development, P- Human Services, X- Religion, Spiritual Development
Mission Statement:

The mission of Navajo Ministries Inc. is to provide hope and restoration to families in the Four Corners region through programs that establish self-sufficiency, resilience and Christian values.

Since 1953, we have helped meet the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of people.

Primary Programs:

Navajo Ministries operates five programs: - The Four Corners Home for Children. Since 1953, the childcare program has provided a safe, loving environment for more than 700 children ranging in age from birth to late teens. These children often come from situations of abuse and neglect. The homes are staffed by full-time houseparents. At any given time, up to 26 children live on grounds. - The Navajo Ministries On-Site School. The On-Site School provides education for first through fifth-grade students, serving more than 300 children since 1999. The small classroom sizes prove beneficial for at-risk students, who often advance two to three grade levels in just one school year. - KNMI, Vertical Radio, FM 88.9. The first Christian radio station in the Four Corners, Vertical Radio plays a Christian Hit Music format, along with broadcasting high school games and the Connie Mack World Baseball Series. - The Counseling Center. Bill and Linda Eubank, licensed professional counselors, have provided counseling services since 1998 to the entire Four Corners community, along with the children who live at Navajo Ministries. - Navajo Nation Outreach. Navajo Ministries is involved in many Navajo Nation Outreach efforts, including the annual Christmas Connection, which delivers food, blankets, toys and other necessary items to more than 300 families in remote areas of the Navajo Nation.

Populations Served: All Populations, Children and Youth, Families, Low Income, Men and Boys, Native American, Rural, Women and Girls
Counties Served: San Juan
Year Founded:


Annual Budget: $1,000,000 - $4,999,999
Personnel: 10 to 29 FTE
Executive Director:

James D. Baker

Accepts inquiries: Accepts inquiries about volunteering
Nonprofit Status: Has 501(c)(3) nonprofit status from the IRS

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