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In The News

Ruidoso News/December 8 Group gets new grants to create shelter for homeless students The High Mountain Youth Project moved past some important milestones Tuesday toward its goal of creating a shelter for homeless Ruidoso High School students, and its leaders also received word of an additional $3,500 in new grants to help pay for it…
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Thank you to Mr. Bryan Stewart

Thank you to Mr. Bryan Stewart, creator of our official logo! Word of the mission and goals of the High Mountain Youth Project spread to Bryan Stewart of Pasadena, CA, via Natalie Benavides of New York City, daughter of Roy and Laurie Benavides, of Alto, N.M.  As a gift to our Project, Bryan interpreted the winning…
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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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Assist in Fundraising

Participate in upcoming fund-raising events. We need your help! A social worker in the counseling department at Ruidoso High School reported that 40 students were identified as homeless in the 2013-14 school year.  Data from the 2014-15 school year show that there were at least 39 homeless students identified in Lincoln County.  Your care and…
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Join the High Mountain Youth Project

Join us as we seek to make Lincoln County, NM, known as the place that cares for and invests in its young people. Donate your time, compassion, and expertise by serving on our Advisory Committee or on any number of working committees. The High Mountain Youth Project meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at…
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Tabitha’s Story

The following was written by one of our students in need. Her name has been changed to protect her confidentiality... Tabitha’s Story*  Being homeless to me means not being able to have a cooked meal for dinner. Relying on school lunches to eat everyday, hopefully making it in time for breakfast, and waiting for Monday…
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