The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program promotes four population-based strategies (service learning, adult-teen communication and comprehensive sex education) to work in concert with the clinical family planning direct services to prevent teen pregnancy.
The first five years form a foundation for success in school, college, career, and life! This website promotes quality early learning experiences for children prenatal to age five, so that kids are ready to thrive when they get to Kindergarten.
If you’re looking for a good work/life balance, want to help shape policy and improve population health, then you're on the right track! We offer one of the best retirement plans in the country, and has an excellent benefits package. With about 310 days of sunshine a year, you can enjoy New Mexico’s beautiful and unique landscape when you’re not at work.
Feelings add spark to life. They can be both satisfying and upsetting. Feelings try to tell us something, usually about what we need to feel content. Toddlers will tell you what is going on by expressing strong feelings: shrieking for joy or screaming in anger. Toddlers have an uncontrollable desire to find out about themselves and their world.
Join the hundreds of thousands of moms who receive free text messages throughout their pregnancy and their baby's first year. You'll receive critical health tips timed to where you are in your pregnancy, critical health and safety tips timed to your baby’s age up to baby’s first birthday.
The council serves as the point of contact and advocacy for CHWs with state government and as a forum for community members to express their perspectives on health and the role of the CHW in improving community and individual health outcomes. Join the conference call by dialing 1-712-432-0111 and using code 122813#.
The public is welcome to attend this meeting. The agenda will be available 72 hours before the meeting on the Office of Community Health Workers web page.