100% Taos

About

Within the borders of Taos County, all children, families, students will be able to access ten vital services to thrive.

A VISION

We started with a book club. We brought together stakeholders from Taos Pueblo, Taos city and Taos County to read 100% Community: Ensuring 10 vital services for surviving and thriving. As a community, we committed to addressing historical disparities and trauma, focusing on ensuring the services that strengthen health, safety and self-sufficiency. We embraced the vision of everyone, everywhere within our counties borders, thriving.

A QUESTION

What percentage of Taos County residents should be able to access to services for surviving and thriving? We voted for 100%.

We then surveyed our residents to ask about barriers to services. Here’s what we found: (SAMPLE ONLY)

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BARRIERS

BY SECTORS

Many sectors share the same barriers to services, such as lack of public transportation and service hours, but most also suffer from barriers that are unique to their sector. Use the tabs below to compare barriers by sector. [SAMPLE DATA ONLY]

3 PERSPECTIVES

OF A COUNTY

Please note that the totals below are based on officially published sources and may differ from other published data due to recency and methodology. [NEED REAL NUMBERS – these might not be accurate]

Geographic Size

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Population Centers

Total County Population: 32,723

Total County Population: 32,723

Service Areas

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3 STRATEGIES

TO END BARRIERS

Please note that the totals below are based on officially published sources and may differ from other published data due to recency and methodology. [NEED REAL NUMBERS – these might not be accurate]

10 VITAL SERVICES CENTRAL HUB

PROBLEMS: Distances between communities and lack of public transportation

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Peñasco

1 hour 45 minutes

1 hour 20 minutes

Questa

1 hour

NO SERVICE

Red River

46 minutes

1 hour 20 minutes

Costilla

50 minutes

1 hour 36 minutes

Arroyo Seco

17 minutes

NO SERVICE

COMMUNITY SCHOOL-BASED

PROBLEMS: Consistent funding

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Schools with services:

Medical and Dental

Behavioral Health

Food Pantry

Transport Support

Parent Supports

Youth Mentoring

Job Training

WEB-BASED-SERVICES

PROBLEMS: Lack of universal Internet access

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Online Services:

Medical and Dental

Behavioral Health

Food Pantry

Transport Support

Parent Supports

Youth Mentoring

Job Training

STRUCTURE

The organizational chart below is OUT OF DATE. Please refer to the updated org chart sitting on Dom’s hard drive and not shared.

Organization chart