All Faiths Children's Advocacy Center - Healing Kids & Families in Crisis


The Family Wellness Program offers children and their families the support needed for both to heal from their current and past traumas through a variety of services. Behavioral therapy sessions are available for children and their caregivers to address a range of issues negatively affecting their family. Case Management resources help families remove barriers to thriving with housing, food scarcity, employment, legal, and parenting support. High Fidelity Wraparound services are available for children and youth experiencing serious emotional issues. Comprehensive Community Support Services are available to children and families through Medicaid insurance.

Our Family Wellness team consists of master’s level therapists and clinical social workers who provide evidence-based, trauma-informed therapy. We work with each family to determine the best treatment options drawing upon a range of treatment modalities.
Trauma can be emotional, physical and sexual abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse, household mental illness, parental separation/divorce, incarceration of a household member, and emotional and physical neglect. Trauma has no boundaries with regard to age, gender, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation.

We offer a path towards healing and recovery from childhood trauma. We know that childhood trauma can have long term impacts on behavioral health, chronic health conditions, and risky behaviors, but, we also know the consequences of childhood trauma can be prevented. Healing and recovery from trauma are possible for children and their families.

11% of children in the US have experienced between three and eight ACEs by age 18.
18% of children in New Mexico have experienced between three and eight ACEs by age 18.
66% of children at All Faiths Children's Advocacy Center have experienced between three and eight ACEs by age 18.
All Faiths Children's Advocacy

“I was a hopeless parent. For a long time I felt like I wasn’t a good parent, but I knew I was trying everything I could. I read books, I played with her, we did flashcards, all of the things the books said to do to be a good parent. I spent time with her, we talked, but she was still so angry. Then we found All Faiths Children’s Advocacy Center and after a few months of therapy, she started to change, it was like a weight was lifted from her. I went from being a hopeless parent to being so proud of her as she made progress in therapy. Therapy helped our family in so many ways. She was happy and smiling again – I got my daughter back. And I also realized that I was a good parent, I just didn’t know the right tools to help her.”

Melissa, Melissa, mother to a nine year old daughter who was supported through therapy in our Family Wellness Program.

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