RESIDENTIAL RECOVERY FOR WOMEN
The Mountain Center's new addition to our programs, formerly The Sangre de Cristo House.
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
The Mountain Center's Transitional Living Program offers a holistic, individualized, and supportive healing process for women diagnosed with substance disorders. This residential setting helps women establish a stable, health-oriented, recovery with positive skills and habits — the keys to embracing a substance-free lifestyle. Long-term recovery requires learning new skills for life, relationships, and self-care in order to successfully transition into the community. The typical length of stay is 3-6 months.
OUR LATEST RESPONSE
The Mountain Center continues to put the health and well-being of our clients and staff at the front and center of our mission and operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. In keeping the safety of our constituents as our top priority, we follow the guidance of the CDC and Governor Lujan Grisham.
THE MOUNTAIN CENTER'S
Summer Youth Programs
For Ages 3-5, 6-12 and Teens: Nature-based summer programs with a focus on building community, effective conflict resolution and self-regulation skills, play, creativity, building resilience, and connecting to nature.
Now accepting applications!
WILDERNESS FIRST AID CERTIFICATION (WFA)
Sponsored by The Mountain Center & NOLS Wilderness Medicine
This course is full.
Please email coordinator Colleen Fox if you would like to be added to the waitlist.