Wildfire Resources for Children and Families in New Mexico

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NOTE: This page contains behavioral health and other providers for children and families who have been affected by wildfires across the state. For the most current RECOVERY, FLOOD, FIRE, and other official fire announcements, please go to https://www.nmdhsem.org/2022-wildfires/

CYFD Resource:

Below is a list of behavioral health providers and other important contacts that we have gathered at CYFD who may be able to assist children and families in the wake of widespread fires across the state. You may also download and print this resource guide.

Please check with individual providers and/or your health insurance plan to confirm any costs that may be associated with receiving services.

You will also find general resources for parents/families to discuss disasters with children.

Statewide/General Support

Icon of a person helping another person upCYFD Hotline

Call 833-550-5100 to speak with a CYFD specialist for assistance with: Voluntary Placement of Children into Foster Care, Child Protective Services, Adoption Care, Resource Parent Training and Support, Juvenile Probation and Family Support, Children & Youth Behavioral Health Services. To report suspected abuse or neglect, please call 855-333-SAFE (7233) or #SAFE (#7233) from a cell phone.

Disaster SNAP

At the governor’s request, the state has received approval for the Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (D-SNAP) for five New Mexico counties. These benefits are available to low-income residents affected by the wildfires. Approximately 27,500 residents may apply who work or live in the following five counties: Colfax, Lincoln (ZIP codes 88345 and 88312), San Miguel, Mora and Valencia (ZIP code 87002). The Presidential Disaster Declaration included five counties impacted by the Big Hole, Calf Canyon and Hermit’s Peak, Cooks Peak, and McBride fires. https://www.hsd.state.nm.us/disaster-food-benefits-available-for-victims-of-new-mexico-wildfires/


New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 2022 Wildfires Page

The New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) in partnership and coordination with federal, local, tribal, and other state agencies are focused on providing support and step by step guidance to New Mexico residents, business owners and visitors affected by the recent wildfires. https://www.nmdhsem.org/2022-wildfires/

New Mexico After Wildfire Guide

Experiencing a destructive wildfire can be devastating. This guide was written to help New Mexico communities recover after wildfire. It includes information on how to mobilize your community, a list of resources available to communities and individuals for assistance, and a technical guide with information about post-fire treatments to address the catastrophic effects of a wildfire on the land and to prepare for potential flooding. If you are reading this guide before a wildfire occurs, use it to help you plan ahead. https://www.afterwildfirenm.org/

Crisis and Access Line 1-855-NMCRISIS (1-855-662-7474)

  • Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

Peer to Peer Warmline 1-855-4NM-7100 (1-855-466-7100)

  • Call from 7:00a – 11:30p MT everyday
  • Text from 6:00p – 11:00p MT everyday

Healthcare Worker and First Responder Support Line 1-855-507-5509

  • Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

NM 5-Actions Program https://nm5actions.com

Santa Fe

TeamBuilders Behavioral Health:


Chief Clinical Operations Officer

(505) 216-2727 | (505) 365-1006 fax

PO Box 28164, Santa Fe, NM 87592

Omar Vega omar.vega@teambuilders.org


Gladis Lopez-Soto

Program Support Specialist

(505) 216-2727 | (505) 365-1006 fax

2504 Camino Entrada, Santa Fe, NM 87507


Southwest Family Guidance Center

Stephanie Medina, LCSW

MST/MST-PSB Supervisor

Santa Fe/Rio Arriba

4001 Office Court Dr. Suite 603 Santa Fe, NM 87507

Main: (505) 819-3310

Fax: (505) 467-8338



Daybreak Counseling

Hal Agler, LCSW Clinical Director

4001 Office Court Dr, Ste 403

Santa Fe, NM 87507-4906

505-395-9456 office

505-930-5114 fax

505-470-5272 mobile



Serna Solutions

Brian Serna Clinical Director


4001 Office Court Dr, Suite 701

Santa Fe, NM 87507

Phone: (505) 207-8929


Tierra Nueva Counseling Center

Denise Tui-Moore Clinical Director

Southwestern College

3952 San Felipe Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507

Phone: (505) 471-8575


Solace Crisis Treatment Center

6601 Valentine Way, Santa Fe, NM 87507

Phone: (505) 988-1951

PMS Santa Fe Family Center

2504 Camino Entrada, Santa Fe, NM 87507

Phone: (505) 471-5006


PMS Santa Fe Community Guidance Center

Located in: Presbyterian Medical Services

Address: 2960 Rodeo Park Dr W, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Phone: (505) 986-9633


Santa Fe Sage Counseling Center

Address: 1223 S St Francis Dr, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Phone: (505) 982-8098


Santa Fe Support Therapy

Address: 1418 Luisa St #5a, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Phone: (505) 926-0906

Appointments: sfsupportivetherapy.com


Psychotherapy and Pastoral Counseling Associates

Galisteo Center Office Park

2019 Galisteo St, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Phone: (505) 988-4131


Mesa Vista Wellness Center

Office Court Co Inc

4001 Office Ct Dr STE 102, Santa Fe, NM 87507

Phone: (505) 983-8225


Las Cumbres Community Services- Santa Fe Center

Address: 1911 5th St Suite 100, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Phone: (505) 955-0410


Gerard’s House (Grief Counseling and Groups)

Address: 3204 Mercantile Ct # C, Santa Fe, NM 87507

Phone: (505) 424-1800

Taos County 

Team Builders: 575-751-7037

Taos Behavioral Health: 575-758-4297

Pinwheel Healing: 575-224-3081

Namaste Child and Family Development: 575-737-5078

Golden Willow: 575-751-7037

Acacia Rising Counseling: 575-758-4270


Psychologist- Michael Cummings: 575-758-0345

Psychotherapist – Scott Douglas: 575-770-2324

Psychotherapist – Marsha Carlson: 650-933-8367

Psychologist – Jonathan Katz: 575-613-4167 – Never responded

Psychologist – Page Mastor: 575-737-9352 – Adults only (private insurance)

Counselor – Bryan Thomas: 575-737-8189 – Not taking new clients (Medicaid)

San Miguel and Mora Counties

Somos Familia

312 Bibb Industrial Dr.

Las Vegas, NM



Kids Counseling

2528 Ridge Runner Rd.

Las Vegas, NM



Oasis Therapy

710 Douglas Ave.

Las Vegas, NM 87701



Nueva Vida Counseling

2313 Hot Springs Blvd.

Las Vegas, NM 87701



Mora Valley Community Health Services

3 Mora Valley Clinic Road

Mora, NM 87732




CBS Crisis Line – Suicide, Rape & Mental Health 425-1048 (24 hour hotline)


Behavioral Health Services Richard’s Drop-In Center

Address: 1013 11th Street, Las Vegas, NM 87701

Phone: (505) 425-7030 Toll Free: 1(866) 425-7030

Email: shelasilverman1@msn.com

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 am – 1:00 pm, Saturday-Sunday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Services Offered: Temporary housing for individuals suffering from a mental health disorder. Visitors and residents are able to socialize and engage in a variety of activities such as music, sports, cooking and access to the internet. The center offers transportation to and from doctor appointments. Peers will work with individuals to apply for public assistance programs including: Medicaid, Food Stamps, SSI, housing, clothing vouchers and Lifeline Phone Service. Eligibility: Must be over 18 to Drop-In

Tri-County Family Justice Center of Northern New Mexico

Address: 2530 Ridge Runner Road Las Vegas, New Mexico 87701

Phone: (505) 718-7300 24 Hour Crisis Line (505) 425-1048 –  Toll Free: (866) 575-SAFE          Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Closed Friday-Sunday


Rio Grande Outpatient Services

Address: 2301 7th Street, Suite A, Las Vegas, NM 87701

Phone: (505) 454-9611

Grant County Mental Health Resources

Hidalgo Medical Services (HMS)(575) 388-4412

1007 N. Pope St. Silver City, NM 88061


Recovery Management Center (RMC)(575) 388-1447

1311 N. Grant St. Silver City, NM 88061


Trauma & Recovery(575) 654-2919

1205 N. West St. Silver City, NM 88061


Winborn Wellness(575) 694-5478

290 Hurley Ave. Bayard, NM 88023


Border Area Mental Health Services (BAMHS)(575) 388-4497

315 N. Hudson St. #6 Silver City, NM 88061 

Silver Health Care(575) 538-2981

1600 E. 32nd St. Silver City, NM 88061

Resources for parents/families to discuss disasters with children

  • CYFD Behavioral Health: https://cyfd.org/behavioral-health
  • New Mexico Crisis and Access Line:

    1-855-NMCRISIS (662-7474)

    If you or a loved one is experiencing any kind of emotional crisis, mental health or substance use concern, you can find help 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by calling the New Mexico Crisis and Access Line or Peer- to-Peer Warmline. https://nmcrisisline.com/

  • Include children in planning for an emergency. Teach them how to get help and what to do in different situations. Practice your household disaster plan with your children and quiz them about preparedness information. Attached link provides information of what every child should know in the event of a disaster, provide guidance to parents of important knowledge regarding children’s schools and daycares regarding emergency plans and other important information to help prepare for disasters/emergency evacuations.  https://www1.nyc.gov/site/em/ready/kids.page


  • The Child Welfare Services and Disaster Planning and Response Unit (DPRU) was created in 2021 and falls under the Children’s Services Quality Management Branch (CSQMB) and collaborates with the 58 counties to establish an effective process for creating, activating, and operating in an emergency and disaster preparedness plan as it relates to Children. Link attached will provide four emergency management phases: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/em/ready/kids.page



  • The link below will provide resources to assist in creating disaster preparedness plans and responding to emergencies quickly and effectively to protect children and families and help them recover, Disaster preparedness to meet children’s needs, coping with disasters and more. https://www.childwelfare.gov/topics/management/disaster-preparedness/


  • Emergency planning with children. “Children are positive influencers, can become leaders and can be confident during an emergency”. Youth preparedness and including youth in emergency management is an essential part of engaging the whole community. The link below will provide additional information from FEMA regarding Emergency planning with children. https://www.fema.gov/emergency-managers/individuals-communities/children


  • Resource Guide for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs: This booklet is intended for both professionals working with families who have a child with special needs and for families/parents/caregivers who are raising a child with special needs. https://www.nmhealth.org/publication/view/guide/4582/




  • For more specific materials that can be downloaded or printed, look to ACF Office of Trafficking in Persons or the DHS Blue Campaign. Both sets of resources are available in several languages, and are very detailed with concrete actions community members and social service providers (for example) can take if they suspect someone is being trafficked or are concerned about trafficking in persons.