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Will being ADOPTED make adolescence harder for my child?
How can I deal with the ANGER
in our family?
Is my teen's BEHAVIOR just normal teenage rebellion?
What do parents and teachers need to know about BULLYING?
What is EMOTIONAL ABUSE?
How can I help my OVERWEIGHT
Help! My teen is a RUNAWAY!
My teen is cutting. What do I need to know about SELF-INJURY?
What is 'normal' teen SEXUAL BEHAVIOR and what is cause for concern?
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Practical Help, Real Answers
for Adoptive & Foster Parents
Child Abuse Hotline
For children & youth
Friday 3pm through Sunday 10pm
Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline
National Suicide Hotline
New Mexico Poison Center
If a youth is sexually abusing
Monday-Friday 9am - 6pm, ET
Therapeutic boarding school
for girls, ages 13-18
Christian therapeutic boarding school
for teen boys and girls
Christian residential program
for young men, ages 16-20.
with year-round enrollment
Life skills learning centers
for young men & women, ages 17 and over
ADDA provides a resource network, supports individuals impacted by attention deficit disorder and related conditions, and advocates for the development of community resources. Visit ADD/ADHD.
Health education network funded through a grant from the National Library of Medicine to provide health information free of charge for the people of southern New Mexico -- both healthcare consumers and healthcare providers. Visit Family Health.
Clearinghouse for information on DWI and DWI-related issues providing research, materials, training and resources. Visit Alcohol & Teen Drinking.
The mission of the Mothers Against Drunk Driving in New Mexico is to prevent DWI death and injury and to assist victims of DWI. Visit Alcohol & Teen Drinking.
Advocates for the legal rights of Native Americans with disabilities. Visit Your Rights in the Special Education Process.
Comprehensive resource center that address the many issues of sexual abuse and sexual assault. Visit Abuse: Sexual.
NMCADV serves as a clearinghouse for information and referral. It collaborates with agencies and advocates in the areas of program development, public policy, education and training, and funding proposals. Visit Teen Dating Violence.
Education, advocacy, and support for persons within the autism spectrum and their families. Visit Asperger Syndrome.
Provides education and enforcement of
victims' constitutional rights. The Project is a joint effort of
Center and other victim assistance organizations, and is
available to assist all victims of crime. Visit
Call this WarmLine if you have questions about your child's development, health care, or child care.
Volunteer organization affiliated with the Learning Disabilities Association of America. NM-LDA gives support and information to persons with learning disabilities, parents, teachers, and other professionals. Visit Learning Disabilities.
Provides support and information for survivors of homicide about the grieving process, the criminal justice system and all other issues pertaining to the survivors of a victim of murder. Grief support groups for survivors of homicide in New Mexico. Visit Grief.
Statewide organization that provides updated information, education and training, networking opportunities, grassroots advocacy, and teen scholarships. Visit Teen Sexual Behavior: Issues & Concerns.
No cost or low cost health insurance for New Mexico's children. Visit Family Health.
Statewide organization that provides support, training and information to all parents of children throughout New Mexico. Visit Parenting Teens.
Public awareness, enforcement and training programs to improve traffic safety, child safety and police traffic services in New Mexico. Visit Adolescence.
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