Community initiative holds first summit

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“The researchers and scientists associated with 100% New Mexico, which focuses especially on youth and young adults, contend that empirical data and extensive studies have proven that 10 services are needed for healthy, resilient people. The five services needed for survival are food, housing, medical and dental care, behavioral health care and transportation. The services needed to thrive are parental supports, early childhood learning, community schools, youth mentors and job training.”

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