Our mission is to promote the wellness of individuals and community by providing quality cultural services through adaptable measures to increase safety, awareness, accountability, and healthy families.
Our vision is living the spirit of sacredness through the integration of core values and integrity.
Our Values Are:
Respect: To honor others and treat all individuals with dignity.
Trust and Confidentiality: All relationships will be established based on trust, confidentiality, and integrity. Services will be provided in a non-judgmental atmosphere incorporating availability and reliability.
Safety and Support: All services will be comprehensive and provided in a safe environment.
Compassion: All services will be provided in a compassionate and supportive manner to achieve wellness.
Wisdom: The sharing of life experiences, knowledge, and self-discipline.
Please come visit and participate in on-going activities here at NPHFS.
Our contact information is:
Located in the blue trailer across from the Tribal Courts
Rod Kaskalla- Domestic Violence Prevention Coordinator
Email: email@example.com Office: (505) 455-5590 or 455-5593
Caitlin Harper, MA, LMHC- Mental Health Counselor/ Expressive Arts Therapist
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cell (505) 470-7593
Expression through Art
Josephine Gallegos- Victim’s Services Specialist
Email: email@example.com Office: 505-455-5595
Substance/Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program
Located across from the blue trailer
Skip Wardlow, LDAC- Substance Abuse Program (SAP) Coordinator
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: 505-455-5590 x 290
Fidel Talache- Peer Specialist
Email: email@example.com Office: 505-455-5592
Suicide Prevention Services
Raymond Povijua- Suicide PreventionCoordinator (SAP Building)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: 505-455-5591
Loren Musgrave- Cultural Mentor (Blue Trailer)
email@example.com Office: 505-455-5594