Do you enjoy working with young people and want to help make a lasting difference in your community? We are hiring a Policy and Advocacy….
Dear NMCAN Friends and Family, After taking wellness leave from February through April 2022, I have been transitioning back into my role as Executive Director,….
Our community is stronger when we work together. This grassroots campaign has a goal of 50 donors contributing $5 or more per month for the….
Earlier this month, KUNM invited two NMCAN Youth Leaders, Alyssa Davis and Micaela Baca, to be interviewed on Let’s Talk New Mexico to speak about….
To our valued community, As you know, the Governor signed into law the creation of the Office of Family Representation and Advocacy (OFRA) earlier this….
As of today, the NMCAN text messaging number is no longer 25827. Anyone signed up to receive NMCAN updates via text will receive messages from….
We kindly ask that all attendees have completed a vaccine series or have a negative COVID-19 test result within 48 hours prior to the event.….
As of April 4, 2022, our physical office is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. On these days, we will allow vaccinated guests to drop….
NMCAN and young parents have been collaborating with the New Mexico Center for Law and Poverty (NMCLP) and Crossroads for Women, to bring light to….
March 9, 2022 Update: Yesterday the Governor signed HB 46, The Family Representation and Advocacy Act, a law that will establish an independent office to….
Dear NMCAN Community, I am writing to let you know that I have made the hard decision to temporarily step away from my duties as….
You can help keep your community safe. NMCAN wants to make sure you stay healthy! That’s why we want to ensure you have factual information….
The 2022 New Mexico Legislative Session begins today, and this 30-day session will include critical legislation that can improve the lives of young people and….
NMCAN’s physical office is closed and our entire team is offline from December 23-31 to rest and reset before the new year. We know that….
Thank you for your commitment to New Mexico’s young people. NMCAN’s 2020-2021 annual report is ready, and we are pleased to share our impact from….
Hear from young people and NMCAN staff about our 2022 legislative priorities and learn about the history of the child welfare system. Light breakfast will….
To our valued community, As you know, last week the Governor appointed retired Justice Barbara Vigil as Cabinet Secretary for the Children, Youth and Families….
Updated August 2021 To our valued community, We hope you continue to stay healthy and safe. NMCAN’s physical office remains closed, and our staff is….
Since 2010, NMCAN has been partnering with young people impacted by systems to improve their transition to adulthood. We achieve this by supporting them to….
The 2021 legislative session has officially ended. Thanks again for showing up for New Mexico’s young people this year. A remote, online session had its challenges,….