Media Advisory Meeting
Sep
25
11:00 AM11:00

Media Advisory Meeting

Our Media Advisory Workgroup is a collection of community members and coalition members who brainstorm and create our radio, newspaper, and website ads every month in addition to overseeing our brochures, flyers, and posters for the coalition. We are dedicated to finding new ways to connect with our community through a broad variety of facets.

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Sep
5
10:30 AM10:30

Taos Alive Coalition Meeting

Taos Alive Coaltion is a community based coalition whose main goal is to reduce substance abuse among Taos County youth through environmental strategies andr coalition work. Taos Alive is funded by a Drug Free Communities Grant under the Office of National Drug Control Policy (DFC) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency (SAMHSA).

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Aug
1
10:30 AM10:30

Taos Alive Coalition Meeting

Taos Alive Coaltion is a community based coalition whose main goal is to reduce substance abuse among Taos County youth through environmental strategies andr coalition work. Taos Alive is funded by a Drug Free Communities Grant under the Office of National Drug Control Policy (DFC) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency (SAMHSA).

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Jul
11
10:30 AM10:30

Taos Alive Coalition Meeting

Taos Alive Coaltion is a community based coalition whose main goal is to reduce substance abuse among Taos County youth through environmental strategies andr coalition work. Taos Alive is funded by a Drug Free Communities Grant under the Office of National Drug Control Policy (DFC) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency (SAMHSA).

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Jun
6
10:30 AM10:30

Taos Alive Coalition Meeting

Taos Alive Coaltion is a community based coalition whose main goal is to reduce substance abuse among Taos County youth through environmental strategies andr coalition work. Taos Alive is funded by a Drug Free Communities Grant under the Office of National Drug Control Policy (DFC) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency (SAMHSA).

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Opioid Use Disorders in Adolescents
Jun
2
12:30 PM12:30

Opioid Use Disorders in Adolescents

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Dr. Bellelizabeth Foster will give a 2 hour formal and informal didactics on opioid use disorder in adolescents and transitional age youth covering multiple topics including epidemiology, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment.

Bellelizabeth Foster MD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the
The University of New Mexico. She serves as the Medical Director of the program for Substance
Use Treatment of Adolescents and Young Adults in Recovery. She is Board CerƟfied in
AddicƟon, General, and Child/Adolescent Psychiatry.

She completed her Fellowship in AddicƟon Psychiatry at the University of New Mexico,
Albuquerque, NM; she completed her Child/Adolescent Fellowship and general Psychiatric
Residency at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH. She has a Bachelors of
Science in Nursing from San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA.
Continuing Medical Education
Opioid Use Disorders in Adolescents

Through the generosity of a grant from the
NM Opioid State Targeted Response (STR) IniƟaƟve

Her clinical interests include working with CYFD and the Juvenile Justice System to develop programs to help adolescents with substance use disorders. Her primary passions are clinical work and teaching in a multi‐disciplinarysetitng.

 

This Training is Free with 2 CEU's, refreshments will be served. 

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May
15
10:30 AM10:30

Taos Alive Coalition Meeting

Taos Alive Coaltion is a community based coalition whose main goal is to reduce substance abuse among Taos County youth through environmental strategies andr coalition work. Taos Alive is funded by a Drug Free Communities Grant under the Office of National Drug Control Policy (DFC) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency (SAMHSA).

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“Stand and Walk Against Drugs”
Apr
21
5:00 PM17:00

“Stand and Walk Against Drugs”

  • San Juan Parish, Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan Pueblo) (map)
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Northern New Mexico Youth and Families Against Drugs

For more Information Call Marcos Armijo @ 747-6032
* Diahann Jacquez @ 747-6042 * Maria/Greta 747-6055

Saturday April 21, 2018

“Stand and Walk Against Drugs”
The strength of our youth will be in full force
marching united next to each other with signs
shouting the message that we are drug free
and we want all to know that we stand united
together for a Drug Free Española Valley !!!!

We start registration at 8:30 a.m. at the San
Juan Parish in Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan
Pueblo) and will walk to the Valdez Park for
the celebration of games, booths, food,
drinks, and lot’s of free giveaways.

“Park your vehicle at the Lucero Center and you will be BUSED to San Juan.”

Northern New Mexico Youth and Families

Against Drugs

For more Information Call Marcos Armijo @ 747-6032
* Diahann Jacquez @ 747-6042 * Maria/Greta 747-6055

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Apr
20
8:00 AM08:00

The Earth Day Street Clean Up

The Earth Day street  cleanup that is sponsored by Taos County and The Town of Taos  will take place April 20th , we will meet at Filemon Sanchez park at8am and after a safety briefing volunteers will be assigned  work zones and given trash bags along with water and light snacks , at 12 noon we will meet back at the park for a lunch and debriefing .

We encourage anyone who has the time to particate.

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Santa Fe Prevention Alliance
Apr
14
8:30 AM08:30

Santa Fe Prevention Alliance

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The STR Admin team would like to announce a Save The Date for Santa Fe Prevention Alliance, who are hosting a conference about Medicated Assisted Treatment. This will be a one day conference on Saturday, April 14th, 2018 from 8:30am-4:30pm at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center.

 

The conference will be an integrative community approach for complex needs in Medicated Assisted Treatment. In partnership with the Santa Fe County Community Services Department, Santa Fe Prevention Alliance are aiming to enhance health and human service provider capacity to support clients in accessing and maintaining successful MAT. They will offer an informative and engaging event that combines didactic and participatory education as well as opportunities to network with each other. The conference will also allow for collaborative problem-solving toward the development of actionable plans individuals can take back to their workplace. They are reaching out to the following audience:

 

●       Nurse Practitioners (NPs)

●       Physician Assistants (PAs)

●       Physicians (MDs)

●       Community Health Workers (CHWs)

●       Certified Peer Support Workers (CPSWs)

●       Social Workers (LSWs)

●       Students studying to become any of the above

●       Psychotherapists focused on trauma and addiction

●       Psychiatrists

●       Livestreaming Project ECHO clinic members

●       Leadership from health organizations providing or seeking to provide MAT

●       Funders

●       Policy-makers

 

This will be a great opportunity to become more knowledgeable on the tools needed for diverse health and human providers to incorporate MAT into their patient/client’s continuum of care. Please advertise this conference at your site as well as with other partners you may be associated with. If you have any other questions regarding the conference please email MAT360conference@gmail.com

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YES Conference: Youths Encouraging Success
Apr
12
8:00 AM08:00

YES Conference: Youths Encouraging Success

Our 3rd Annual Youth Encouraging Success (YES) Conference and Gathering is being held on Thursday, April 12, 2018 from 8:00 AM (Registration and Continental Breakfast) until 3:00 PM.  It will be held on the campus of the Northern New Mexico College in Española, New Mexico. 

 

This year, our event is taking an exciting turn by partnering with the Northern New Mexico Implementation Team (NNMIT), the Pojoaque Valley High School – ENLACE Program (Engaging Latino Communities for Education), and the Northern New Mexico College.  Along with Healthy Transitions, these organizations are sponsoring this year’s Conference to increase youth participation, and to bring more workshops focused on youth, young adults and young parents.  Of course, we will have some adult workshops as well, and many of them may be CEU eligible (not yet determined which ones). 

 

·        Breakfast and lunch will be served

·        Campus tours for youth and young adults

·        Youth incentives

 

Please register for the event at:  https://swrtc.nmsu.edu/CYFD-BHS/Healthy-Transitions-New Mexico/YES-CONF/

 

Registration closes on Friday, April 6, 2018 – space is limited this year, so register early.  You are always welcome to bring youth and young adults with you, ages 12 and older.

 

If you have any questions, please contact me at one of the telephone numbers or e-mail address below the Announcement:

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Taos Alive Coalition Meeting
Apr
4
10:30 AM10:30

Taos Alive Coalition Meeting

Taos Alive Coaltion is a community based coalition whose main goal is to reduce substance abuse among Taos County youth through environmental strategies andr coalition work. Taos Alive is funded by a Drug Free Communities Grant under the Office of National Drug Control Policy (DFC) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency (SAMHSA).

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