NAPPR is dedicated to improving the lives of Native and non-Native families in a broad variety of ways, for a broad range of family and child needs. We have multiple home based services, where our experienced staff work directly with caregivers and children within their communities, as well as our renowned Early Head Start day care center that provides superior early development education in the heart of Albuquerque.
Since the day we first opened our doors back in 1982, NAPPR has been committed to serving the Native American community. While we currently serve both Native and non-Native caregivers and children, we are sensitive to the unique needs and experiences of Native people across all of our programs. NAPPR’s Early Intervention program has been providing culturally appropriate, holistic, relationship focused, community specific services to Native American children and families for over 36 years.
NAPPR recognizes that some children, and some circumstances, call for special attention. Through our Early Intervention, Tribal Home Visiting and Early Head Start programs our experienced staff are attentive to the specific needs of infants and toddlers with an environmental risk such as children who are in state custody.We provide “Circle Security,” which strengthens the relationship between parents and their children when there’s been a disruption in that relationship.
We want to make it as easy as possible for you to get the support you need. Answer a few basic questions and NAPPR will connect you with the programs and services that best fit your unique situation.