Ribbon-Cutting at Abrazos Family Services
Rio Rancho, NM – The Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce (RRRCC) will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Abrazos Family Services. The event will mark the dedication of one of the Leadership Sandoval County (LSC) projects for this year. Participants in LSC recently finished work on new landscaping, signs and picnic tables. The dedication will take place on Fri. April 20 at 2 p.m. at 412 Camino Don Tomas.
“The Leadership Sandoval County team was instrumental in creating a space that is welcoming to staff and families, while allowing us to focus on our mission to serve families who have children with disabilities in the Sandoval County area,” said April Spaulding, Executive Director. “They also provided a new office sign that ensures the community is able to locate our offices.”
About Abrazos Family Services
Abrazos Family Support Services provides a variety of specialized educational, health, developmental and parent support services that help families to meet the special needs of their infants, children, and adult family members with disabilities.
The mission of Abrazos Family Support Services is to support children and adults who have developmental disabilities and delays by providing an array of community-based services that meet the needs of the individuals and their families.
Services at Abrazos are available to individuals and families who live in Bernalillo and Sandoval Counties, New Mexico. Its two major programs are our Family Infant Toddler Services and Respite Services. Abrazos is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization. To learn more about Abrazos, visit http://abrazosnm.org/.
About Leadership Sandoval County
Leadership Sandoval is an educational program established to ensure a continuum of leadership throughout the county. It provides a multi-disciplinarian forum for exchanging ideas and strategies that will develop and engage leaders who work together to serve the good of Sandoval County. The program will bring together leaders from all sectors and integrate them directly into the arena of community affairs. To learn more about LSC, visit http://rrrcc.org/leadership/.