Women Veterans of New Mexico is a Federal 501(c)3 Non-profit organization
Women Veterans of New Mexico is run by volunteers. Welcome to Women Veterans of New Mexico!
P O Box 36648
Albuquerque, NM 87176
Contact Phone: (505) 358-0839
Dear Sister Veterans,
As I end my term as your President, I want to thank you for your support over the last two years in various forms in making our organization a leader in the community and state. Just today, I received a call from a VA social worker looking for ideas of how to support a female veteran. It is just one of the many calls I have received from various organizations and departments requesting assistance or advice because they know about the experience and the excellent service of our organization.
I also want to especially thank my board for their support and understanding over the last two years. My mom past during my tenure and your board had my back, taking up the slack when needed. They have traveled throughout the state to represent, advocate and provide outreach to female veterans. They have spent countless hours staffing our table at veteran events, handing out supplies and information to our female veterans in need at Homeless Stand Downs. Our board was small but mighty in making a difference in many lives over the past two years working with female veterans and their families.
I am truly proud of our organization and the honor of having served as its President for the second time. Your new board is made of up very dedicated members who want to keep the organization moving forward and improving with your help. Please do as much as you can in supporting them in meeting our mission.
Women Veterans of New Mexico Adviser
Women Veterans of New Mexico want all who can, to participate!
For this purpose, we no longer collect dues. If you are renewing, just fill out changes and submit.
Women Veterans of New Mexico (WVNM) has many ongoing projects, such as filling the gap for homeless women veterans transitioning into housing, assisting in Stand Downs for homeless women veterans across the state, aiding those in emergency, hosting events throughout the year to promote camaraderie along with participating in veteran events around the state.
If you are not already a member, this is a personal invitation to join us and make a difference with your talents and memberships. Your donations go to accomplish our missions of supporting and advocating for our sister veterans throughout the state. Your time is greatly appreciated in helping us to help our fellow women veterans.
Together we can make great things happen!
Equine Therapy Connections and Southwest Horsepower Offering Free Activities
EAP is a powerful, non-traditional experiential therapy which guides the clients to learn about themselves and others through the use of horses. Clients participate in hands-on therapeutic activities designed and facilitated by a Licensed Mental Health Clinician and an Equine Specialist to address their treatment goals. The therapies are tailored to fit each client’s needs and focus on the relationship between the client and the horse(s). This interaction often tends to mirror personal life issues, behaviors and attitudes. This effective and unique therapeutic method serves to bypass the intellect and facilitates a healing internal emotional connection. All work is provided by an EAGALA Certified team.
FREE monthly workshops with horses offered from 9am-2:30pm
Lunch, snacks and drinks provided. Enjoy activities in nature with horses. For more info, see the flyer or www.ETCNM.org
North Valley: call Debi 505-414-8467 South Valley: call Win 505-228-1468
Women's Mentoring Network
The New Mexico Group of Women's Mentorship Network (WMN) is an all-volunteer, decentralized, values-based organization dedicated to the mentorship of Military Women. The network is member-run and provides dynamic mentorship through periodic, structured mentorship circles, meetings, and events.