Counseling and Support
Alzheimer's Association, New Mexico Chapter
The Alzheimer’s Association, New Mexico Chapter is a nonprofit that provides services and support to the 41,000 New Mexicans with Alzheimer’s disease and their 108,000 unpaid family caregivers. Our Chapter is a community-based, volunteer-driven 501(c) (3) nonprofit that maximizes collaboration with other public and private agencies; and relies primarily upon funding from private individuals, foundations and corporations to meet the needs created by the growing Alzheimer’s epidemic. Our vision is a world without Alzheimer’s disease. Our mission is to eliminate the disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
As a certified coach and grief recovery specialist with twenty years’ experience, Eileen empowers people going through major losses and difficult circumstances. Eileen facilitates support groups for family caregivers, professional caregivers, and people with chronic illnesses. She also works one-on-one with anyone wanting to be more successful and fulfilled in their business, career, and life.
Eileen’s clients include professional coaches, business owners, and individuals making critical changes in their lives. The grief recovery program Eileen facilitates is a nine-week action program that helps people move from the pain of devastating losses to rebuilding their life based on what they love.
Jytte Fogh Lokvig, Ph.D.
Alzheimer's and Dementia Specialist, Lecturer, and Author
Jytte Fogh Lokvig, Ph.D. is a nationally recognized Alzheimer's and dementia expert and author. Lokvig is the founder of the first Alzheimer’s Cafe in the US, maintains the national registry of Alzheimer’s and Memory Cafes. Her book Alzheimer’s A to Z, A Quick Reference Guide, is a standard reference for the national dementia community. Others are The Alzheimer’s Creativity Project, The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Handbook, as well as The Alzheimer's and Memory Café.
Lectures, Workshops, and Seminars • Family Counseling • Care Management • Crisis Management • Caregiving Coaching • Early Stage Coaching • Dementia Training • Staff Development • Program Design • Consultations on all things Dementia and Alzheimer's.
Memory Care Alliance for Northern New Mexico
Our mission is to provide pro-active comprehensive on-going support, education and resources for those families living with Alzheimer's and all other dementia-related illnesses. To educate and raise community awareness concerning the level of need. To remove the stigma associated with dementia-related illnesses and replace it with compassionate understanding.
We are partnered with the UNM Memory and Aging Center and provide referrals for assessment, clinical care and research.
The Memory Care Alliance is a local community based non-profit holding 501 (c) (3) status and also a part of the New Mexico Community Foundation.
Contact Executive Director David Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Parkinson & Movement Disorder Alliance
Parkinson & Movement Disorder (PMD) Alliance is an independent, national nonprofit dedicated to providing opportunities for people impacted by a movement disorder to learn, live more fully, and spark meaningful connections around them.
We offer dynamic resources, including empowering Neuro Life Online® programs and in-person workshops led by experts, supportive online communities, support group leader trainings, an extensive on-demand video library, and a nation-wide database of local and virtual support groups and exercise classes.
We’re also committed to creating community and learning opportunities for the care partners and family members of loved ones impacted by the disease. We want you to know: you don’t have to ride the waves of a movement disorder alone.
Karen St. Clair - Parkinson's Support
Karen St. Clair Is a caregiver to her husband Rob, who has lived with Parkinson’s disease for 20 years.
Karen facilitates support groups for people living with Parkinson’s in the Santa Fe area. Through these support groups people realize that Parkinson’s is a life sentence, not a death sentence. There is still an opportunity for plenty of great living, even with a Parkinson’s diagnosis.
The Parkinson’s Action Group meets weekly on Zoom on Thursdays at 1:30 pm. This group is open to anyone living with PD and to care partners and family members. We frequently have speakers on various topics of interest. People say they learn more from the support group then from their doctors.
A Care Partners Support Group is offered once a month on Zoom, on the First Tuesday at 3:00 pm. This meeting is just for care partners and family members. We have the opportunity to share questions, concerns and victories in a peer environment.
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
6601 Valentine Way
Santa Fe, NM 87507, USA
24/7 CRISIS ADVOCACY HOTLINE 1-800-721-7273
We are here to respond to the needs of individuals who are in crisis or suffering from trauma. We are a state-of-the-art non-profit agency, located in Santa Fe, combining the healing power and life changing services of a specialized clinical team, advocacy center, and education and prevention experts to help survivors and our community restore strength in the face of adversity. Our Center provides a safe place to receive evidence-based services including therapy for post-traumatic stress and anxiety disorders, victim advocacy and primary prevention programs. Solace serves Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and Los Alamos Counties and central northern New Mexico. We serve individuals from San Ildefonso, Nambe, Tesuque and Santo Domingo pueblos.
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