LANL Foundation formed the New Mexico Home Visiting Collaborative, which brings together key stakeholders throughout the state to build a well-funded, consistent, exemplary home visiting system. The Collaborative’s work ensures that home visiting programs are understood as an integral part of the continuum of care for young children.
Guided by the latest research, understanding challenges, and promoting best practices, the Collaborative has created a forum for communication among private and public agencies to align advocacy and home visitation services throughout New Mexico.
The Home Visiting Collaborative’s mission is to provide a forum for statewide communication and collaboration, inclusive of private and public agencies, for the purposes of alignment of and advocacy for home visitation services in New Mexico.
Meet Our Partners
- UNM Center for Education and Public Research (CEPR)
- CHI St. Joseph's Children
- City of Santa Fe Early Childhood Initiative
- Early Head Start
- Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council (ENIPC)
- Española Presbyterian Hospital
- First Born Programs statewide
- Las Cumbres Community Services
- New Mexico Children, Youth & Families Department (CYFD)
- NM Legislative Finance Committee (LFC)
- Tewa Women United
- Thornburg Foundation
- Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting program (MIECV)
- United Way of Santa Fe County
Our Current Funders
- Brindle Foundation
- Daniels Fund
- W.K. Kellogg Foundation