The exhibit hall will include a bookstore managed by
Agora Crisis Center:
The Agora Crisis Center is an all-issue helpline that listens to anyone about anything. Established in 1970, Agora is one of the oldest crisis centers in the nation.
Albuquerque Public Schools Title One Homeless Project: The APS Title One Homeless Project offers many services to homeless children and their families, including enrollment assistance, school supplies, school uniforms, and transportation (on a case-by-case basis). We also offer after school programs at fourteen schools including summer experiential programs as well as summer reading and math programs.
Apex Education: Apex Education is supporting School-based Health Centers in using Welligent, an independent, web-based patient management system, for collecting student encounter data and submitting electronic billing claims.
Asthma Allies: Asthma Allies provides asthma education to patients, families, healthcare professionals, school personnel and the general community. All educational services are facilitated by nationally certified asthma educators.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico
Blue Cross Blue Shield of NM has been serving the health care needs of New Mexicans since 1940. In 2008, BCBSNM contracted with the State to participate in the Medicaid Managed Care Program, Salud!, offering BlueSalud. BlueSalud services are funded pursuant to an Agreement with the State of New Mexico. In addition, BCBSNM offers coverage for individuals and employer groups. BCBSNM has the most comprehensive network of any health care plan in New Mexico – over 12,000 providers. BCBSNM is a Division of Health Care Service Corporation, the nation’s largest non-investor-owned health care plan.
Community Health Charities of New Mexico
Comprehensive Cancer Program: The Comprehensive Cancer Program provides information on cancer risk reduction, both general and specific to skin cancer including resources, materials and curricula for educating children about the importance of sun safety for skin cancer prevention.
Coordinated Approach To Child Health- "CATCH" Department of Health, Diabetes Prevention & Control Program: This program offers the opportunity for grant funding to qualifying elementary schools throughout New Mexico. CATCH addresses nutrition and physical activity education using an environmental change approach. Grant applications available at the booth on Wednesday, April 14th or www.diabetesnm.org, click on the word CATCH and then "How can I get my school involved?"
Desert Hills of New Mexico: Desert Hills provides mental health care services for children and adolescents.
Donate Life - New Mexico Donor Services: Donate Life - New Mexico Donor Services is committed to saving and improving lives by inspiring universal acceptance of organ and tissue donation to insure that every person in need receives the gift of life.
Drug Policy Alliance: DPA Network is the nation's leading organization working to end the war on drugs. We envision new drug policies based on science, compassion, health and human rights and a just society in which the fears, prejudices and punitive prohibitions of today are no more.
Elev8 New Mexico
Elev8’s full-service community school approach combines the best educational and youth development practices and partnerships to ensure young people are prepared to learn and succeed. Elev8 NM Full-Service Community Schools include vital services – school-based health care, extended learning before and after school and during the summer, and family engagement and support services. Currently, Elev8 NM supports five middle schools across three New Mexico school districts. In Albuquerque, Elev8 is at Wilson Middle School, Grant Middle School and the Native American Community Academy. Statewide, Elev8 is also at Gadsden Middle School and at Laguna Middle School . Nationally, Elev8 NM is part of a movement with Elev8 Baltimore, Chicago and Oakland.
Envision New Mexico:
To envision what can be and to create the highest quality health care possible for all children in New Mexico.
ICAN Program: Nutrition educators from New Mexico State University bring a series of nutrition lessons to the classroom that encourage students to get more exercise and eat healthy foods. The hands on learning experiences include food preparation, tastings, nutrition games and activities as well as basic nutrition information for the students and their families.
LearningRx: LearningRx is an education franchise specializing in brain training. Our centers provide cognitive skills training that empowers anyone of any age to learn faster and easier.
Lovelace Health Plan
Media Literacy Project: The New Mexico Media Literacy Project, founded in 1993, is nationally recognized as a leader in media literacy education. Our mission is to cultivate critical thinking and activism in our media culture to build healthy and just communities.
Mira Consulting, Inc.: Mira Consulting, inc. is the leading provider of school based dental services in New Mexico. For over 20 years Mira has been at the forefront in the effort to increase access to quality dental care for New Mexico's children.
Molina Healthcare of New Mexico:
Since 1980, Molina Healthcare has been a leader in providing quality health services to financially vulnerable mothers, children, seniors and families covered by government programs.
New Mexico Alliance for School-based Health Care: The NM Alliance for School-based Health Care represents school-based health centers in New Mexico and collaborates with other school health partners to promote, facilitate and advocate for comprehensive, culturally competent health care in schools.
New Mexico Citizen Review Board / Friends of Foster Children: NM Child Abuse and Neglect Citizen Review Board is a statewide project of trained volunteers that review cases of children in state's custody due to abuse and neglect. Through these reviews, recommendations are made on individual cases as well as to the legislature and other decision makers.
New Mexico Department of Health, Office of School and Adolescent Health: The mission of the Office of School and Adolescent Health is to improve the health of all students and adolescents in New Mexico.
New Mexico Department of Health, Office of Oral Health: The mission of the Office of Oral Health is to ensure that all New Mexicans are provided opportunities to improve their oral health and overall health through access to prevention and treatment services and health education.
New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union: New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union is a proud partner of all the school districts in our service area. Stop by our booth to learn about the various NO-COST Financial Literacy options we have for your students and staff.
New Mexico Health Care Takes on Diabetes: Began in 1999 as part of the Taking on Diabetes initiative of America’s Health Insurance Plans and the American Diabetes Association.
New Mexico Public Education Department, School and Family Support Bureau:
School and Family Support Bureau of the NM Public Education Department works to promote healthier schools by providing support and resources to Local Education Agencies. This coordination along with technical assistance, enables schools to develop and implement instructional programs designed to improve health and increase student learning.
New Mexico Teen Pregnancy Coalition: The New Mexico Teen Pregnancy Coalition is dedicated to sponsoring programs and activities aimed at reducing teen pregnancy and the negative consequences of teen pregnancy and parenting in New Mexico.
Planned Parenthood of New Mexico: Planned Parenthood of New Mexico offers high-quality, affordable reproductive health care in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho and Santa Fe; and provides age-appropriate, medically accurate sexuality education around the state.
Sangre de Cristo Community Health Partnership:
SBIRT is an integrated behavioral health and medical care substance abuse service delivery model where individuals presenting for health services at primary care settings are screened for at risk or substance abusing problems and referred immediately to an on-site behavioral health consultant for brief intervention, brief treatment and/or referral to specialty care.
School Nurse Supply, Inc.: School Nurse Supply is one of the leading suppliers of medical supplies and equipment to school nurses and community health professionals. We offer a variety of products, specializing in vision and hearing screening equipment for preverbal children.
Susan G Komen for the Cure: The world’s largest and most progressive grassroots network fighting breast cancer. 75 percent of net proceeds generated by the Komen Central New Mexico Affiliate stays in New Mexico and 25 percent goes to the national Susan G Komen Award and Research Grant program.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society: The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS): Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
University of New Mexico: University of New Mexico, School of Architecture and Planning - Architecture Program.
University of New Mexico, Department of Emergency Medicine
The mission of the UNM Center for Injury Prevention Research and Education (CIPRE) is to conduct research and advocacy programs that will result in fewer injuries and deaths from accidental and intentional causes. Since 1995, CIPRE continues to provide support, information, and guidance to local advocacy groups, medical professionals, and other individuals working to build safer communities. Funding for CIPRE projects has come from a variety of federal and state sources, and supports staff and faculty members with expertise in injury research and analysis, public health, domestic violence, community action, public information, and education. Current projects include the New Mexico Pedestrian Safety Initiative Program and coordination of the New Mexico Intimate Partner Violence Death Review Team.
University of New Mexico, Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center: The UNM Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center is the only federally-designated health/medical library in New Mexico. Distance Services provides healthcare providers, public health workers, libraries, schools and community organizations with a health-related mission access to resources.
University of New Mexico, Project ECHO: Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is an innovative healthcare program developed to treat chronic and complex diseases in rural and underserved areas of New Mexico. Through the use of technology, ECHO bridges the gap between urban healthcare specialists and providers in rural settings.