Dream Tree Project Transitional Home New Mexico

The DreamTree Project is a 501(c)(3), non-profit, community-based organization for homeless, abused, and neglected youth from New Mexico and the surrounding region. We opened our doors in November 2000 with our Transitional Living Program. It is now 2009 and we have doubled our capacity to house even more youth, with the opening of our Casitas, for youth who are ready for more independent living.

Male and Female, Ages 12-24.

PO Box 1677
Taos, New Mexico 87571
Phone: 575.758.9595
Fax 575.758.2045


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Tierra Blanca Ranch Troubled Youth Horse New Mexico
The Tierra Blanca Ranch is a 30,000-acre working cattle operation situated in New Mexico’s Black Range. For almost 20 years, this beautiful and historic ranch has been the setting of Chandler family efforts to work with troubled and at-risk youths. These endeavors were a principal motivation for the founding of the High Country Youth Program.

Boys & Girls ages 13-17

Tierra Blanca Ranch
PO Box 1266, Deming, NM 88030
(575) 544-1340


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Villa Santa Maria is a residential community specializing in the clinical treatment of children and families of children who are suffering from attachment disorders. Nestled in the high desert of the Sandia Mountains, just fifteen minutes from Albuquerque, our serene campus is an ideal therapeutic setting.

The staff at Villa Santa Maria hold the philosophy that the core of effective treatment is based on child centered and family focused intervention and support. It is our belief that all aspects of the child and family’s involvement with the Villa provide an opportunity for therapeutic intervention, positive interaction, role modeling and effective parenting. Our clinical model is deeply rooted in attachment theory, and emphasizes trust and relationships, not just behavioral issues.

Villa Santa Maria is a private, not for profit organization with no religious affiliation.

Boys & Girls ages 5-14


(505) 281-3609


P.O. Box 156 Cedar Crest, NM 87008

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