Phone: Espanola-505-367-3500 / Taos-575-758-3392
Espanola and Taos 10:30-5:00 Monday - Thursday

Our 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.

We offer different services in Taos and Espanola Please see our service list below. So does our community really need these services? Click HERE to find out more…

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Our Taos Services

Peer Support Services
Peer support
Peer support is the foundation of all of the programs that are offered at INSIDE OUT. Trained and Certified Peer Support Workers (CPSW) interact with all consumers that utilize our services. Peer support is offered with no judgment by people with lived experience who are in recovery and can relate to life with addiction.
Peer support is a critical component in the recovery process. Peers have walked the long road and found peace and comfort in who they are without drugs and alcohol. A key part of recovery is sharing the possibility of being clean with others who are struggling. This sharing offers hope and is done with compassion.
Often, when people are in early recovery, they begin to struggle with issues that have been unresolved for many years. This period is critical and through the assistance of others, many are able to stay in recovery and move forward.
Peer support is recognized by the Substance Abuse/Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) as an evidenced based practice.
Peer support does not negate traditional services offered by psychiatrists, psychologists or medical personnel, but rather compliments these services. Peer support focuses on the positive aspects of an individual’s life, discovering goals and strengths to achieve these goals. Referrals are made throughout the community to assist in this process. Choice and empowerment are key concepts in the delivery of peer support. Improved outcomes with other community services are notable as people become stronger in their self-direction and personal goal setting.
Reference: “What Are Peer Support Recovery Services?” SAMHSA, 2009
Groups

• Stress Management/Mindfulness Group
• Art / writing Group
• Reiki Sessions
• Acupuncture
• Veteran’s Support Group
• Pottery
• NARCAN training & distribution
• Weekly outreach groups to both men and women at the Taos County adult detention center

Acupuncture
Acupuncture Clinic
INSIDE OUT sponsors free acupuncture clinic weekly in the Taos office on Tuesday from noon to 1:15 p.m. This service is offered free of charge to those who are seeking recovery and their family members. Selah Chamberlain, D.O.M. provides this service and we have seen great success with her treatments!
Free Clothing & Food Bank (donations accepted)
Clothing/Food Bank
INSIDE OUT accepts community donations of clean clothing, household items, toys, etc. to offer free of charge to peers who are getting on their feet. We also collaborate with the Food Depot to offer food boxes. We gladly accept donations Monday through Thursday from 12:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m. at the center. In Espanola and Monday through Friday from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Taos.
Job Development Services, Resume Assistance
Job Development
INSIDE OUT is dedicated to assist individuals in their quest for obtaining employment. We also assist with resume writing and job search. INSIDE OUT also sponsors individuals from New Mexico Works and the HELP NM office with employment opportunities and training.
Detox and rehab referrals and assistance
Detox & Rehab Referral Service
Inside Out offers assistance in getting you or a loved one into a detox or rehabilitation center. We are available to make calls, help ffacilitate entery into a program and when available provide transportation services within New Mexico.
Kids corner / Child care assistance
Child Care Assistance
Inside Out offers a safe place for your children while you are here utilizing our services. Inside Out is not a day care but we believe that your child can benefit from your recovery and we want to help. We offer a play area and our helpful and friendly staff will gladly assist you in watching your young ones while you are accessing our services.

Our Espanola Services

Peer Support Services
Peer support
Peer support is the foundation of all of the programs that are offered at INSIDE OUT. Trained and Certified Peer Support Workers (CPSW) interact with all consumers that utilize our services. Peer support is offered with no judgment by people with lived experience who are in recovery and can relate to life with addiction.
Peer support is a critical component in the recovery process. Peers have walked the long road and found peace and comfort in who they are without drugs and alcohol. A key part of recovery is sharing the possibility of being clean with others who are struggling. This sharing offers hope and is done with compassion.
Often, when people are in early recovery, they begin to struggle with issues that have been unresolved for many years. This period is critical and through the assistance of others, many are able to stay in recovery and move forward.
Peer support is recognized by the Substance Abuse/Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) as an evidenced based practice.
Peer support does not negate traditional services offered by psychiatrists, psychologists or medical personnel, but rather compliments these services. Peer support focuses on the positive aspects of an individual’s life, discovering goals and strengths to achieve these goals. Referrals are made throughout the community to assist in this process. Choice and empowerment are key concepts in the delivery of peer support. Improved outcomes with other community services are notable as people become stronger in their self-direction and personal goal setting.
Reference: “What Are Peer Support Recovery Services?” SAMHSA, 2009
Group sessions
• Seeking Safety (gender specific groups)
• Medically Assisted Treatment group
• Acupuncture
• Conflict Resolution group
• NARCAN training & distribution
• Weekly outreach groups to both men and women at the Los Alamos county adult detention center

Acupuncture Detox
Wednesday mornings at 11am. This is a service offered free of charge by Vivian Heye. This is a detox technique that assists with removing cravings. If you are new or maintaining in recovery this may be a good service for you.

Free Clothing & Food Bank (donations accepted)
Clothing/Food Bank
INSIDE OUT accepts community donations of clean clothing, household items, toys, etc. to offer free of charge to peers who are getting on their feet. We also collaborate with the Food Depot to offer food boxes. We gladly accept donations Monday through Thursday from 12:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m. at the center. In Espanola and Monday through Friday from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Taos.
Job Development Services, Resume Assistance
Job Development
INSIDE OUT is dedicated to assist individuals in their quest for obtaining employment. We also assist with resume writing and job search. INSIDE OUT also sponsors individuals from New Mexico Works and the HELP NM office with employment opportunities and training.
Detox and rehab referrals and assistance
Detox & Rehab Referral Service
Inside Out offers assistance in getting you or a loved one into a detox or rehabilitation center. We are available to make calls, help ffacilitate entery into a program and when available provide transportation services within New Mexico.
Kids corner / Child care assistance
Child Care Assistance
Inside Out offers a safe place for your children while you are here utilizing our services. Inside Out is not a day care but we believe that your child can benefit from your recovery and we want to help. We offer a play area and our helpful and friendly staff will gladly assist you in watching your young ones while you are accessing our services.
We also offer : Food Boxes Hygiene Kits and clothing

Mobile Wellness Unit

New Mobile Wellness Unit
New Mobile Wellness Unit is running Monday through Thursday on this schedule:
* Monday-Mora at the Cleveland Park from 10-2
* Tuesday-Angel Fire at the Moreno Valley Health Care from 10-2
* Wednesday- Two Peaks across from water tank-9-10:30
* Wednesday-Questa at Eagle Rock Lake from 11-4
* Thursday-Penasco at the Penasco Community Center 10-3
The Mobile Wellness Unit is a service offered to rural communities in northern New Mexico where access is extremely limited to offer peer support, NARCAN distribution, food assistance, and referrals for detox and rehab. We are now offering needle exchange in Mora, Angel Fire, Questa and Penasco in addition to our other services.