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The Social Services Division oversees a spectrum of programs centered around community health and well-being. Los Alamos residents of all ages can receive assistance with access to housing and food support, health insurance and benefits, and other resources to help meet their needs. The division also manages contracts with partnering agencies who provide a range of programming and services for individuals, youth, families, and seniors throughout the community.
Social Services staff also coordinate the work of the Los Alamos County Health Council and the DWI Planning Council.

For additional resources, please see our additional links:
 - Health care: Low income insurance resources, and behavioral health support and resources. 
 - Financial & Housing Resources: Financial, housing and food support and resources. 


1183 Diamond Drive, Ste E
Los Alamos, NM 87544

Office Hours by Appointment:
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm

For more information, please call (505) 662-8068. 

NM CYFD text line to report abuse or neglect: 
(505) 591-9444

COVID-19 Resources

Comprehensive List of Parent and Child/Youth Programs and Services offered in Los Alamos County

Below is a comprehensive list of programs offered by various organizations within Los Alamos County that offer services and programs to Parents and children/youth from birth to 18 years of age. This list provides the programs each organization offers, the age of which the program is intended for, and whether or not the program is at capacity (Keep in mind the capacity of the program may not be up to date as this information was collected over two months ago). List can also be requested from the Social Services Division.

Comprehensive List

Parents Guide to Problem Behaviors

When children struggle with their behavior, it can have a negative impact on everyone in the family. Parents know they need to respond, but they often aren’t sure what’s the best strategy, especially if a child is frequently acting out and nothing seems to work. This guide offers parents a comprehensive look at problem behavior. It covers a variety of topics, including what may be triggering problem behavior, how to improve the parent-child relationship when it becomes strained, what to do if kids are struggling with behavior in school and how to get professional help if you need it. The Parents Guide to Problem Behaviors is from the Child Mind Institute:

Health Service Gap Analysis Reports

New Mexico Cancer Council - Community Assessment Survey

The Rural Health Equity workgroup, a workgroup of the New Mexico Cancer Council, is currently conducting a community assessment throughout the state (and some surrounding areas; i.e., Ft. Defiance in AZ) regarding the availability of cancer-related services.
The full letter can be found here.

Link to the Survey is:


Contact Info


[email protected]

1183 Diamond Drive Ste. E

Office Hours by Appointment: Tues. - Thurs. 9:00am - 4:00pm