Where compassionate care shines through
We understand you want to place your loved one in a safe, person-focused facility where your loved one can thrive. We want you to know that being part of the Evershine Care family has so much more to offer than just a safe place to live.
It’s a place where we believe an individual truly thrives when becoming part of a larger community. Below are just a few links that let you know we make sure the people providing support for your loved one have been vetted by the appropriate agencies. And the other links give you an idea of what they’ll experience participating in the community.
Children Youth Family Department (CYFD)
New Mexico Children, Youth & Families Department
Our partnership with the State of New Mexico’s Children, Youth & Families Department allowed us to launch a youth advocacy-based care program designed to support young people 14 to 18 who have developmental and/or intellectual disabilities.
American Health Care Association (AHCA)
New Mexico Health Care Association /
New Mexico Center for Assisted Living (NMHCA / NMCAL
Professional trade association for facility-based long-term care providers to support our members and to promote individual quality of life for the people they serve.
City of Las Cruces Volunteer Network
The City of Las Cruces volunteer network consisting of over 300 volunteers providing services to various city programs as part of the City’s mission to expand and enhance the delivery of quality services
Las Cruces Gospel Rescue Mission
Faith based community shelter that provides guidance, emergency food and lodging services 24/7 and addresses the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of members of our community.
City of Las Cruces Mountains of Opportunity
The City of Las Cruces has been committed to serving the needs of its elder citizens for over 40 years and offers the greatest variety of activities, quality programs and services for adults age 50 and older through it’s Senior Programs.
New Mexico Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Council consisting of three programs (Federal Program, Guardianship Program and Self-Advocacy Program) supporting advocacy, capacity building, & systemic change, improving the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in the State of New Mexico.
Developmental Disabilities Supports Division (DDSD)
The Developmental Disabilities Supports Division (DDSD) of NM Dept. of Health oversees three home and community-based Medicaid waiver programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live the lives they prefer in their communities.
New Mexico Aging & Long-Term Services Department
The New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department (ALTSD) provides accessible, integrated services to assist elders, persons with disabilities, and caregivers to find services and resources to help them live well and independently.
Local Equine-Assisted Psycho-Therapy program featuring equestrian arts for young people resulting in lifelong character traits.
Helping out at the senior center is a win-win situation
Group outings are always something everyone looks forward to
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4844 Calle Bella Ave
Las Cruces, NM 88012
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