Because EVERY child deserves a chance... 
Welcome to Erica Davis Crump, who is our Family Education Coordinator.  


"My name is Erica Davis-Crump and I am a mother to two children. My eldest was born three months premature and I spent the first four years of her life dealing and working with her special needs. Currently we deal with minor sensory issues and reactive attachment disorder. My younger brother was born with various defects and has struggled with ADHD since he was a toddler. The battles that I saw my mother endure growing up with my "wild child" little brother, and the dire need for support for us as he went through school was vital but lacking. As a mother to a child born premature I will never be fully "out of the woods" in regard to her health and developmental progress. With my personal experience and being conscious of the need in our communities, Working for New Mexico Family Network is about being a pillar of support for families and doing the heart work that's required to build/be apart of their village to raise their child." 

She has worked for New Mexico Department of Human Services, and will graduate this year with a BSCM.  

Mission Statement

Support, Strengthen and Empower families facing mental and behavioral health challenges.

Families are big, small, extended, nuclear, multi-generational, with one parent, two parents, and grandparents. We live under one roof or many. A family can be as temporary as a few weeks, as permanent as forever. We become part of a family by birth, adoption, marriage, or from a desire for mutual support.

What is a New Mexico Family?

"Families are big, small, extended, nuclear, multi-generational, with one parent, two parents, and grandparents. We live under one roof or many. A family can be as temporary as a few weeks, as permanent as forever. We become part of a family by birth, adoption, marriage, or from a desire for mutual support. A family is culture unto itself, with different values and unique ways of realizing its dreams; together, our families become the source of our rich cultural heritage and spiritual diversity. Our families create neighborhoods, communities, states and nations."

From the Task Force on Young Children & Families, New Mexico Legislature 1990



                



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