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UNM Northern Training and Technical Assistance Program at SFCC (TTAP)

UNM Northern Training and Technical Assistance Program at SFCC (TTAP) provides parents, teachers and caregivers of young children a broad range of services including parent and provider training, AIM HIGH, (a mentoring program for licensed and registered child-care providers) and much more. The TTAP is a free program that serves Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Los Alamos, San Miguel and Mora counties. The TTAP can be reached by calling 505-428-1344 or toll free at (866) 209-6116.

The TTAP utilizes New Mexico Kids as a database for for reporting and to refer clients to child care information, child care referrals, licensing regulations, the Stars licensure and other information. Please visit their website at www.newmexicokids.org.

Programs and Resources:

AIM HIGH

AIM HIGH, a project developed by the Children, Youth and Families Department, teams a child-care program with a program development specialist (mentor) to work on improving the quality of the program. It provides staff of the program with onsite technical support, help with staff development (i.e. classes, etc.) and a higher reimbursement for the children whose care is subsidized by CYFD. For information, call 428-1344 or toll free at (866) 209-6116. Learn more.

Resource Library

The TTAP has a reference library of books and journals for parents, teachers and caregivers who work with children from birth to 8 years. Topics include parenting, child growth and development, early childhood curriculum and current issues in early childhood development and education. For information, call 505-428-1344.

Warm Line

Parents and child-care providers can call the Warm Line to express concerns, ask questions or discuss issues in child development and behavior. The Warm Line staff of specialists can help callers understand children's attitudes and reactions, view children's behavior in its proper context and try to solve problems before they become unmanageable. The service is free and can be reached by calling 505-428-1344 or toll free at (866) 209-6116.

For more information, please contact the UNM Northern Training and Technical Assistance Program at SFCC (TTAP), 505-428-1344, leigh.fernandez@sfcc.edu.

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