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Mentoring and enabling you to care for your loved one.

Providing top-notch service to the families of disabled loved ones is of paramount importance to us. We strive to ensure our individuals receive the highest quality care available while utilizing available Medicaid funding and when appropriate, network with other entities to meet the needs of individuals being served.


Community Participation

We assist individuals who are currently active in their communities or looking to become active in their communities.

Independence Goals

We help individuals build and achieve their goals to a life of greater independence.

Day-to-Day Activities

Helping our individuals with day-to-day living activities in and out of their homes is very important to us.

Relationship Development

We foster individuals in developing positive, healthy friendships and relationships is important for all individuals.

Environment Positivity

We ensure our individuals are living in an environment free from negativity to provide growth and friendship.

Family Home Living

We support individuals living in their family home.

Private Care

Aging and Disabled Family Care

New Mexico

Supports Waiver

Partnering with individuals and families in their pursuit of a Good Life.

Family Living

We support individuals living in the family home.

Respite Services

Supporting caregivers by giving the primary caregiver time to take a much- needed break.

Personal Care

Building independence in the home and the community.

Non-Medical Transportation

Assisting with community access and inclusion.

Customized Community Supports

We support community inclusion by building relationships, promoting advocacy, and valued roles.

Customized In-Home Support

We provide staffing supports for a person to acquire, improve, and retain skills in the comfort of their own home.


Homemaker Personal Care

Building independence in the home and the community.

Community Transition

Helps people as they transition from living in a facility to living in a house or an apartment, with others or on their own.

Shared Living

Caregivers invite a person to share their home, their lives, and commit to supporting the person achieve their life goals.

Community Respite

Supporting caregivers by giving the primary caregiver time to take a much-needed break

Supported Living

Creating individualized supports to promote a person’s pursuit of a Good Life.

Non-Medical Transportation

Assists a person with transportation to their day services, employment services, or places of employment.

Homemaker Personal Care Transportation

Enables a person to travel to community services, their job or job training, and other activities.

Participant Directed HPC

Enough About Us

What About You?

If you’re still unsure what is best for your loved one, get in touch so we can better understand your specific needs and let you know how we can help you. Or, if you have something to offer, we are hiring.