San Juan County Partnership is a community action agency, facilitating collaboration and resource identification and sharing. The Partnership provides prevention programming for youth and families; raises the awareness of prevention efforts; supports community planning activities and projects; serves as a forum for community input, networking and resource sharing; and, administers local and statewide programs. Those who benefit from the Partnership are community agencies and organizations, government and private business, schools, families and the community at large.
Please join us for The 18th Creating Cultural Harmony Conference on Friday, February 10, 2017 for a day of celebration and learning. This one day conference offers residents of the Four Corners and the State of New Mexico an exciting and fun day with presentations and celebrate our diverse cultures.
2016 San Juan County Needs Assessment San Juan County Partnership has conducted a comprehensive county-wide community Needs Assessment every four years since 1996. The purpose of this ongoing effort has been to help identify areas of concern and prioritize services of greatest need of expansion in San Juan County.
2016 Youth & Family Resource Directory - A guide of resources and service providers in San Juan County
Prescription Drug Misuse and Abuse - SAMHSA, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, addresses prescription drug misuse and abuse using a public health approach that includes early intervention, prevention, treatment, and recovery support services
2015 - A Community Picture - A prevention strategy addressing number of alcohol outlets, proximity to churches and youth places, and a look at alcohol involved crashes.
The New Mexico Community Survey is administered each Spring by San Juan County Partnership to provide the important feedback loop from the community about the success of substance-abuse prevention initiatives. This article summarizes key findings of the 2014 Community Survey.
Drunk Driving Information: 20% of drivers ages 16 and older drove within two hours of consuming alcohol within the past year. See statistics, how a DUI affects your record, how alcohol affects your attention, alertness and reaction time. Go to this lively website to learn more.