January 2018

High Mountain Youth Project Drop-in Center Site An email was sent out by High Mountain Youth Project on October 20th to share exciting news that a lease had been signed for a space at the Jira Plaza, 700 Mechem Drive in Ruidoso. Although a date to open the Drop-in center at Jira Plaza has not…
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November 2017

High Mountain Youth Project Program Manager Named High Mountain Youth Project is pleased to announce that Mr. Ted Allen has been hired as the part-time Program Manager for its Drop-in center. Ted has been committed to providing positive youth and community development activities in New Mexico for nearly thirty years. He has studied extensively in…
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VOLUNTEER

Make a Difference in Someone’s Tomorrow... VOLUNTEER TODAY! High Mountain Youth Project (HMYP) is pleased to announce that the Evening Drop-In Center will open its doors to students aged 14 to 19 from 4-9 pm, 7 days a week, beginning in November 2016. HMYP will rely greatly on volunteers from our community to make the drop-in center a…
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Meetings

Next Meetings: High Mountain Youth Project Annual Meeting (Board, Community Advisory Committee, Spouses/Partners/Guests) Tuesday, December 4, 2018— 5-7 PM 112 Goldenrod Ln, Alto, NM, Home of Roy and Laurie Benavides 5:00 Social (Party food and beverages provided by HMYP Board of Directors) 6:00 Brief Board Meeting, Election of Board of Directors, Commissioning of Community Advisory Committee…
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In the beginning…

Much has happened since the summer of 2014 when the Ruidoso News published a letter to the editor and reported on the plight of homeless students in Lincoln County. The High Mountain Youth Project of Lincoln County, New Mexico, formerly the Homeless Students Task Force, has incorporated and is now a tax exempt organization under…
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HMYP Newsletters

HMYP Spring 2018 Newsletter HMYP Winter 2018 Newsletter HMYP Fall 2017 Newsletter HYMP Summer 2017 Newsletter
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Much has Happened Since the Summer of 2014

Much has happened since the summer of 2014 when the Ruidoso News published a letter to the editor and reported on the plight of homeless students in Lincoln County. The High Mountain Youth Project of Lincoln County, New Mexico, formerly the Homeless Students Task Force, has incorporated and is now a tax exempt organization under…
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