The Mountain Center's

Locations

Tesuque Headquarters

The Mountain Center has three locations in Northern New Mexico where we facilitate programs.

Our headquarters in the beautiful village of Tesuque, New Mexico provides both our office space, land, and challenges courses. It sits along Tesuque Creek with wondrous flora and fauna throughout the three acres. This property has a rich history and has been home to TMC for over 37 years. In 2007 we bought the property and lovingly call it home away from home.

The Mountain Center in Tesque New Mexico

Española Integrated Care Center

Our Española office houses our Harm Reduction Program and Healthy Transitions.

Our office is open five days a week Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm and offers a variety of services, including syringe exchange, overdose-prevention education, and Naloxone, plus food, rapid HIV/HCV counseling, and testing and auricular acupuncture (also known as AcuDetox).

We share our building with the Santa Fe Recovery Center, which provides both inpatient and outpatient drug treatment programs, detoxification services, and Suboxone. Walk-ins are welcome on Thursdays and Fridays. Southwest CARE Center is also on the premises on Tuesdays and Thursdays, offering rapid and confirmatory HIV/HCV testing and access to HCV services and treatment, medical assessment, and referrals.

Espanola Facility in New Mexico

Urban Adventure & Training Center (UATC)

A state-of-the-art climbing gym and training center. The training side of the center is equipped with the latest technology including a 62-inch flat-screen TV, projectors, laptop computers, and enough space to accommodate up to 70 people. The UATC is located in the heart of Santa Fe’s business area. This facility is open for rental on a case-by-case basis. Please see below for directions, although please note that this facility is not staffed full-time.

Locations at The Mountain Center in New Mexico

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