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Clothing, Food, Emergency Shelter and Other Resources

The Salvation Army Family Store & Donation Center (shelter, bill paying, employment, clothing, food)
316 W. Animas St., Farmington, N.M. 87401
(505) 325-8661
 
NHA Housing for temporary-emergency shelter
(505) 368-2030

Self-Reliance for eligible families short term
(505) 278-8190

Eco Food Bank
(505) 326-3770

Goodwill Industries of NM (employment, veterans)
1861 N. Hutton Ave., Farmington, N.M. 87402
(505) 326-6303
 
The ARC of San Juan County (clothing)
200 W. Broadway, Farmington, N.M. 87401
(505) 326-6303
 
Oasis Church - The Lord's Pantry (food & clothing) Farmington, N.M.
Pastors Randy & Debbie Joslin
(505) 325-1757
 
Riverstone Church (clothing & household items)
The Overflow Free, Farmington, N.M.
(505) 327-0363
 
The Path (emergency shelter, daily meals), Farmington, N.M.
(505) 327-3104
 
The Indian Center (notary public, showers), Farmington, N.M.
(505) 327-6296
 
San Juan Catholic Charities (emergency assistance, counseling, drop-in center) - Farmington, N.M.
(505) 325-3734
 
San Juan United Way - Farmington, N.M. (rent, utilities, shelter, food, counseling, hygiene items, school supplies, transportation)
(505) 326-1195
 
Farmington Rio del Sol Kiwanis, Farmington, N.M. 87499
Jill: (505) 860-5165 or (505) 402-3258

Coping with COVID-19

A Resource Guide for CCSD employees
How to cope effectively, manage stress and connect with others.
 
Fighting Depression - Naturally
Depression can drain your energy, leaving you empty and tired.  
 
Small Steps
  1. Meet yourself where you are.  Accept that where you’re at emotionally right now isn’t where you’ll always be.
  2. Let yourself feel the emotions – but don’t stay there.
  3. Ask yourself “is this a fact or a feeling?”.  Work at understanding that being negative isn’t always realistic or true.
  4. Practice positivity
  5. Do something you enjoy, i.e. read a great book, paint, go for a walk, listened to favorite (upbeat!) music
  6. Practice gratitude.  
  7. Establish a healthy sleeping routine.
  8. Be as kind to yourself as you would be to a friend going through the same tough times.

Dealing With Anxiety
To calm your mind and cut stress, try these self-care tips:
 
Powerful Coping
  1. Work on coping with your feelings, not avoiding them.
  2. Set-up a great sleep scenario.  Attend to temperature, bedding, possible interruptions & perhaps invest in background “music” such as gentle rain, surf or other sounds of nature.
  3. Ease up on caffeine and alcohol.
  4. Schedule your worry time.  Pick a time.  Give yourself 30 minutes.  Then let it go.
  5. Respect yourself, your feelings but don’t over-validate or focus on reinforcing anxiety – fear is a liar.
  6. Be determined to enjoy your life, your loved ones, your interests every day

To download this information in a brochure, click here.
Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations

For further information, please call






After school hours:
Suzanne Ornelas
MS, MEd, LPCC
District Psychologist
Cell Phone: (575) 365-7335
 
Available Monday thru Friday 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Carl Wamboldt
(505) 402-3059
Stephanie Benally
(505) 801-6646
Vincent Ulibarri
(505) 402-9125
Jeri Goldtooth
(505) 360-0022
Jan Whitaker
(318) 518-4996
Kevin Bahe
(505) 801-4073

Community-Based Resources

Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health Honoring Life Program – Shiprock, NM
(505) 368-4038, www.honoringlife.org
Navajo Nation Division of Behavioral & Mental Health Service - Shiprock, NM
(505) 368-1429
Ina Counseling - Shiprock, NM
(505) 368-7302
Desert View Family Counseling Services - Farmington, NM 
(505) 326-7878
Cottonwood Clinical Services - Farmington, NM
(505) 327-4584

Community -Based Behavioral/Mental Resources

To download this list, Click Here.

John’s Hopkins Center for American Indian Health Honoring Life Program, Shiprock, NM
The Honoring Life Program is part of the Southwest hub for American Indian youth suicide prevention. The case managers will provide supports and connection to care sources for all, while implementing brief culturally-informed interventions.
(505) 368-4038, www.honoringlife.org
Teen Life Center Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Healthy Relationships, Health Questions, Coping, Emotional Support) 10-19 year old
(505) 368-7450
Navajo National Division of Behavioral & Mental Health Services - Shiprock, NM
(505) 368-1429 and (505) 368-1050, http://nnbmhs.org/shiprock/
IHS-NNMC Iina Counseling, Shiprock, NM
(505) 368-7302 and (505) 368-6001
Navajo Treatment Center for Children & their Families
P.O. Box 4001, Shiprock, N.M. 87420
(505) 368-1168
Desert View Family Counseling Services, Farmington, NM
(505) 326-7878, www.mydesertview.org
Cottonwood Clinical Services, Farmington, NM
(505) 327-4584, www.mycottonwood.us/
Totah Behavioral Health, Farmington, NM
(505) 564-4804, www.pmsnm.org
San Juan Health Partners Behavioral Health, Farmington, NM
Family Crisis Center, Farmington, NM
(505) 325-3549
Choices Counseling Services, Farmington, NM
(505) 325-5321
Angel Peak Counseling, Bloomfield, NM
(505) 330-8220
Larivee Counseling Services, Aztec, NM
(505) 327-7582
Overcomers Counseling, Farmington, N.M.
(505) 327-0293
ChildHaven Inc.
807 W. Apache St. Farmington, N.M. 87401
(505) 325-5358
San Juan Regional Medical Center Behavioral Health Services
1930 San Juan Blvd. Bldg. J, Farmington, N.M.
(505) 326-7679
PMS Adolescent Residential Treatment Center
851 Andrea Dr, Ste 4, Bldg. E, Farmington, N.M.
ATB Behavioral Health Services
721 W. Apache St., Farmington, N.M. 87401
(505) 947-9990

Emergency Information

Emergency
  • Northern Navajo Medical Center: (505) 368-6001
  • San Juan Regional Medical Center ER: (505) 609-6100
  • Shiprock Navajo Nation Police Department: (505) 368-1350
  • San Juan County Non-Emergency Dispatch: (505) 334-6622 
24/7 Helplines
  • NM Warm Line: After 5:00 p.m. 1-855-466-7100
  • Veterans - VA Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 Press 1 or Text 838255
  • NM Crisis Hotline: 1-855-785-1390
  • NM 24 hr. Crisis Line: 855-662-7474
    1-800-272-3-TALK (8255)
    Suicide Prevention Lifeline – dedicated to Native Americans

    1-800-662-HELP (4357)
    Substance Abuse & Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline

Covid Relief Programs

Northern Navajo Medical Center (food boxes): 1-800-549-5644
Northern Dine COVID 19 Relief Effort: (505) 226-3073 http://ndcvre.org/index.html
Bethel Christian Reformed Church (food pantry), Shiprock: (505) 368-4475
Navajo & Hopi Families COVID Relief Complete and submit help request form: https://airtable.com/shrOK17qAyTCWDGgC

Covid Information

Dear Parents/ Guardians and Community:
It remains important that we all do our part to keep your family, our students, staff and community safe.  We know that illness is more frequent in the winter and that is expected with COVID -19.  While we cannot change the fact that this pandemic is continuing, we have full control on what we do to try and change the trend. Living in a COVID-positive world requires discipline from all of us. In order for the rate of spread of COVID-19 to decrease so we can continue to keep our schools, businesses and churches open. It is time to DOUBLE DOWN on our COVID -19 safe practices!
 
Watch for symptoms of COVID-19:
  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Sore throat
  • Headache
  • Muscle pain
  • Chills
  • Loss of taste or smell

Stay Home
  • Avoid unnecessary travel.
  • Always stay at home when you are sick (except for medical emergencies).
  • Wash your hands frequently.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Provide for all meetings to take place remotely whenever possible.
  • If you have concerns around your family, get tested and keep your student home until you know the results. 

We know that these safety strategies alone are not sufficient. We need to create a culture of health, safety, and shared responsibility.  Reopening schools and keeping them open require changing the culture to a “health-first” mind-set with everyone playing a role.  We also need to be aware that even with these measures there may be outbreaks, but that we are prepared to handle them if they occur.
 
All of us at CCSD have one goal in mind, which is the safety and learning of our students. To meet that goal we will need the help and input from parents and leaders in our communities. As always, to disseminate any news and information we will use our parent call system, post the information on our website, and our social media channels.

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