Welcome to Inside Out of Taos & Espanola, New Mexico! We are a nonprofit agency providing northern New Mexico with many services. Our core support to the community is a focus on opiate addiction and recovery. These and many other services are provided by Inside Out, all FREE OF CHARGE!
Inside Out Recovery offers a wide range of services, please give us a call if you have any questions or believe you or someone you know could benefit from our services; we are here to help you and our community. Services are available in English and Spanish.
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Mission Statement: We believe that all lives have meaning and offer peer support through our own experiences to individuals and families reaching toward recovery. As a community, we can create change…
Notice: As of July 2, 2012 our GED program will begin again from
Additional tutoring will be offered according to volunteer schedule.
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Inside Out is pleased to offer free trauma based Seeking Safety groups. These groups will be continuously ongoing and enrollment can take place at any time. New enrollees may start at any session in order to complete the 12 weeks. This is a three-year grant and partnering organizations, include Inside Out, the LifeLink and the University of New Mexico’s Center for Rural and Community Behavioral Health.
Seeking Safety is an evidence-based cognitive-behavioral group therapy that specifically targets the unique problems that result from struggling with both drug/alcohol use and PTSD. It teaches people with PTSD and substance use problems a number of different coping skills, including learning how to ask others for help, recognizing warning signs or high-risk situations for drug/alcohol use, self-care, and coping with PTSD symptoms. Seeking Safety is recognized widely as one of the most effective treatments for PTSD and substance abuse.
To Our Supporters
We would like to express out gratitude to our supporters, thank you for everything you have done.
PCORI – Patient Centered Outcome Research Institute
State of New Mexico Behavioral Health Services Division
State of New Mexico Office of peer recovery and engagement
Molina Health Care
United Health Care
Rio Arriba County Health and Human Services
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Con Alma Health Foundation
Dr. Leslie Hayes
All community partners who have donated