2020 Exhibitors

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24/7 New Mexico

24/7 is a program supported by the Department of Health to help New Mexico school districts adopt, implement and enforce comprehensive tobacco-free policies.

A Child’s Voice

A Child’s Voice is an agency designed to meet the mental health needs of families including; infants, toddlers, children, teens, and their caregivers. Through the counseling given by A Child’s Voice, we have seen profoundly positive results in our clients and their family relationships.

Agora Crisis Center

Agora Crisis Center provides free, compassionate, confidential help to anyone in need of emotional support. Our services include “all-issue” telephone helpline, online emotional support (chat), information & referrals, community education, and volunteer opportunities.

Anaphylactic Food Allergy Support of New Mexico

AFASNM is an alliance of people living with food allergies. We provide support to families living with food allergies and raise awareness about food allergies in our community.

Apex

Apex is a consulting firm specializing in systems evaluation. We work in the education, health, and social service sectors, providing program planning, evaluation, facilitation, and technical assistance for initiatives that address social conditions that pose barriers to individual, organizational, and community success.

First Nations Community Healthsource

We offer medical, dental, behavioral health services as well as a homeless outreach program. We have pharmaceutical and HIV services. Our chefs offer breakfast and lunch to homeless individuals.

Fresnel Prism and Lens Co.

We concentrate on vision care. We work with Pediatric Ophthalmologists and vision therapists. We offer products for vision screens that were developed by eye care professionals

Hamilton Relay

We have services for people who have difficulty hearing or speaking on the telephone.

National Alliance on Mental Illness- NM

National Alliance on Mental Illness-NM (501 (c) 3 is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with mental illness and their families through mental health-related education, support, and advocacy.

NM Department of Health, Asthma Control Program

NM Department of Health, Comprehensive Cancer Program

“The CCP seeks to reduce cancer in New Mexico by:
•Promoting healthy lifestyles to reduce cancer risk.
•Promoting age-appropriate cancer screening tests.
•Increasing access to high-quality cancer care.
•Improving the quality of life for people diagnosed with cancer.
•Supporting evidence-based activities and programs.
•Measuring program outcomes and impact.”

Relay for Life of Central NM, American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society would not be successful without one key element: you! Because of our generous donors and volunteers, we’ve been able to help thousands of people across the globe with breakthrough research, crucial patient care programs, and education and prevention initiatives.

School Health Corporation

We support health professionals in educational settings from pre-school to college. Our offering includes health supplies, sports medicine equipment, special needs aids, and early childhood products.

South Southwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center

With funding from SAMHSA, the South Southwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center is working to expand the capacity of schools in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas to deliver evidence-based mental health promotions and supports to students within the school setting through information sharing, resource development, consultation and training.

Sundance Company

We sell tee-shirts for professionals. Also, we carry costume jewelry, sterling silver rings, and chains.

UNM Early Childhood Services Center

The UNM Early Childhood Services Center works collaboratively at the local, regional and state levels to support a comprehensive and aligned quality early care, education and family support system that is equitably available to all children and their families in New Mexico.