Emergency

CALL 911

DTP Shelter Staff Cell phone : 575-770-7704

 

additional SuppoRt

Police dispatch number : 575-758-2216

Crisis Text Line : 741741

Suicide hotline : 1-800-273-8255

High Desert Security : 575-758-1540

 

TLP Case ManageRs

Rhona
575-425-0480
rhona@dreamtreeproject.org

Lauren
575-425-0462
lauren@dreamtreeproject.org

 

life skills schedule

Classes meet every Wednesday @ 5:30pm in the shelter roundroom

 

April 18th
Americorps-Casita Decorating

April 25th
Americorps-Casita Decorating

May 2nd
Americorps-Casita Decorating

May 9th
Americorps-Casita Decorating

May 16th
Self-Esteem

May 23rd
“Spicy” Potluck

May 30th
CNA/ EMT-Rasa

June 6th
TBA

June 13th
TBA

June 20th
Breakfast for Dinner Potluck

June 27th
TBA

July 4th
No life skills-4th of July

July 11th
TBA

July 18th
TBA

July 25th
TBA

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transportation resources

Chili Line, bus within Taos
http://www.ncrtd.org/chile-line.aspx

Blue Bus, bus outside of Taos
http://www.ncrtd.org/taos-area.aspx

Bicycles  are available through Dreamtree
Ask your Case Manager

 
 

Questions & Concerns

Please use this form to report any complaints, issues with your apartment (like plumbing etc). We’ll do our best to address your concern as soon as possible. - TLP STAFF

TLP Expectations

As a DreamTree resident you are responsible for moving toward independence while maintaining the core values of respect, safety, integrity and empathy, and working on goals in your Personal Transition Plan.

Case Management/Life Skills

You will meet with your Case Manager for a minimum of one hour weekly.  During this time you will be completing assessments, your Personal Transition Plan and working on steps toward your goals.  Other appointments will be scheduled as needed.  Please give 24 hours’ notice to change or cancel any appointment.  Life Skills classes are required.

Your Case Manager can approve overnight passes on a case by case basis. Passes must be relevant to your Personal Transition Plan.

Rent

Rent is 30% of your income before taxes. This is due on the 1st of the month.  All income changes must be reported within two weeks.  

Employment/Savings

All residents are expected to work at least part-time and if you are not in school, full time.  If a resident is not employed a minimum of five hours documented community service is required weekly until employment is obtained. All residents will have a savings plan.

Your Casita

Weekly sanitation checks and monthly safety inspections and searches will be conducted on a random basis.  Sanitation guidelines are posted in your unit. Other safety checks may be scheduled as needed.  No decorations that are sexual, alcohol or drug related are allowed to be displayed.  Weapons are not allowed including bats, clubs, or anything placed or used with the intent of being a weapon.  Kitchen knives are allowed.

You will be asked to report any needed repairs in a timely manner.  You are responsible for damages not caused by normal wear and tear.

No pets are allowed.

Safety

For the purpose of fire safety, no burning of any item is allowed within your residence including but not limited to candles, incense or tobacco.  Fire extinguishers or smoke alarms must not be tampered with. You are responsible your casita but also the area in front of your casita. This includes trash pick up, cigarette butts, and shoveling snow.

No alcohol or drug use.   No violence of any kind will be tolerated including verbal, physical, emotional or sexual violence.

Relationships

Romantic relationships with other residents must be disclosed to your Case Manager.

If you have difficulty with another person please follow the mediation procedures.

Curfew/Visitors

Visitors must meet with the Case Manager and sign a visitor agreement before visiting. Two visitors at a time are allowed.  Visiting hours are 9:00 am to 11:00 pm.  Please be with your visitors at all times.             

Curfew is 11pm every night to be on the property.