Call for Providers
For Family Resource Centers in Dona Ana, Rio Arriba, and Valencia
The New Mexico Children, Youth & Families Department, Family Services Program, is seeking responses from agencies and organizations wishing to provide Family Resource Centers in the State of New Mexico within the following counties ONLY:
• Dona Ana
• Rio Arriba
New Mexico has developed the Thriving Families Plan to achieve the overarching goal to prevent and reduce child maltreatment in a way that meets the unique needs of families and communities. The strategy to achieve this goal is the development of Family Resource Centers (FRCs), which will provide a comprehensive service delivery model that yields a wrap-around case management structure inclusive of all state resources. The FRCs must be able to co-locate state resources, provide case management services to families, and support families to access services needed to support their family well-being. Services include access to primary health care, mental health services, early intervention services, home visiting services, and basic tangible needs such as food, clothing, housing, etc.
Applications must be submitted no later than 5pm on 11/3/23.