DreamTree Project is guided by empathy and integrity to provide a respectful, safe, and structured environment to support youth in crisis.
For current happenings, please look at our Facebook page. You can also read our newsletter, fall 2014 edition and our success story from the Taos News.
In 1998, a group of women in the Taos community came together and decided to do something to help young adults who did not have the skills and resources to live on their own, particularly youth exiting treatment and foster care.
Two years later, with building renovations completed, the program opened its doors to youth as a transitional living program. In 2004, 5 apartments were added - the Casitas - for greater independence for youth. In 2011, the main building opened as an emergency shelter.
Our transit program adheres to our resident rights - click here for more information.
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