HEART of Taos has been awarded a $15,000 grant from The Frost Foundation to support homelessness prevention support, advocacy services and counseling!

The Frost Foundation was created in 1959 and was named in honor of Edwin Ambrose Frost and Virginia Chapelle Frost.

“The Foundation wishes to encourage self-reliance, creativity and ingenuity on the part of prospective recipients. Its efforts are directed to primarily support exemplary organizations and programs which can generate positive change beyond traditional boundaries, to encourage creativity which recognizes emerging needs, and to assist innovation which addresses current urgent problems”

Excerpted from The Frost Foundation, Santa Fe New Mexico Website – Frostfound.org

From all of us at HEART of Taos and on behalf of the women we serve, Thank you FROST FOUNDATION!

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ABOUT CASA, the HEART of Taos Homelessness Prevention Program:

Help for Women in Taos County at risk of IMMINENT Homelessness


The CASA Homelessness Prevention Program helps prevent imminent homelessness for women and children of Taos County facing eviction.


Support services include landlord advocacy/intervention, eviction prevention planning, emergency financial assistance, counseling, support groups, and money management/life skills training.


Homelessness prevention is an absolutely critical service in any community. We hope to encourage more and more community partners to join us in a collaborative effort to provide financial, emotional/mental, landlord advocacy, and legal support.

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