Where To Find Us Jan02

Where To Find Us

Santa Fe Need and Deed meets every Monday at 2 PM at Westminster Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) located at 841 W. Manhattan Avenue (at the corner of W. Manhattan and St. Francis – see map below.) Please bring your donations of clothing and other items to our Monday meeting at Westminster...

Our Monday Meeting Jan01

Our Monday Meeting

When ANYONE walks through the doors at two o’clock for our Monday meeting they are greeted by a smiling volunteer.   It’s not an ordinary smile it’s a sincere “How can we help?” smile, and it belongs to an extraordinary Santa Fe Need and Deed volunteer. Once inside you will smell some real...

Community Response to MHFA Workshop Sep07

Community Response t...

We had 36 participants at our Mental Health First Aid workshop August 19th, 2016.  Some were from local service agencies as well as SFNAD volunteers and Board members;  SFNAD Board Vice President, Diane Sandoval had this to say: “Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is such a relevant and...

Upcoming Workshop Press Release Jul27

Upcoming Workshop Pr...

On Friday, August 19, 2016,  Participants that attend a Mental Health First Aid  8 hour course will learn: Potential risk factors and warning signs for a range of mental health problems, including:  depression , anxiety,  trauma, suicidal behaviors,  non – suicidal self injury,...

Upcoming Workshop Press Release Jul27

Upcoming Workshop Pr...

On Friday, July 29, 2016 Patrick Loyd, Certified Peer Support Trainer for the State of New Mexico and the Volunteer Coordinator with the Peer Bridger Program at the University of New Mexico Psychiatric Center, will speak about “Why Peer Support and Mentors are so effective for those with...

Empty Stocking Fund in full swing… Jan03

Empty Stocking Fund ...

Great news.  We were able to help a BUNCH of people fill out their Empty Stocking applications this past Wednesday at Christ Church Santa Fe.  Here’s one of our favorite Santa Fe Need and Deed volunteers John Bohnert helping James, a long time SFNAD client friend apply online. Please help...

Police officers, advocates of mentally ill join in walk to help ‘shatter that stigma’ Oct15

Police officers, adv...

By Daniel J. Chacón The New Mexican Before her 33-year-old son died of an accidental drug overdose eight years ago, Leticia Rutledge said, he had frequent run-ins with police. Her son, Erin, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and suffered from addiction, had received no sympathy from...