PROGRAM NAME: Adult Basic Education: ENMU - Roswell
CONTACT: Mary Salyards, ABE Office Coordinator
PROGRAM PHONE: (575) 624-7271
FAX: (575) 624-7377
PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 52 University Boulevard, Roswell, NM 88202
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 6000, Roswell, NM 88202-6000
TYPE OF PROGRAM: Adult Basic Education program in a community/branch college.
SERVICES OFFERED: Family literacy, small group instruction in English as a Second Language; Classes include: group literacy, ABE, U.S. citizenship, GED preparation, computer literacy, keyboarding, pre-vocational, life skills, and college preparatory.
SPECIAL FEATURES: Coordinates with Home Education Livelihood Program, Early Childhood Center, Head Start, Roswell Independent School District, Counseling Associates, CYFD, JPPO, CASA, Boys & Girls Club, and New Mexico Forum for Youth.
SPECIAL POPULATIONS: Outreach: NM Works, National Guard Youth Challenges, drop-outs, Juvenile Detention Center, New Mexico Rehab Center, Chavez County Detention Center, long term suspension, and International Law Enforcement Academy.
COMMUNITIES SERVED: Roswell, Dexter, Ft. Sumner, and Portales.
PROGRAM NAME: Roswell Literacy Council, Inc.
CONTACT: Dr. Andrae England, Director
PROGRAM PHONE: (575) 625-1369
CONTACT: Lily Renteria, Office Coordinator
FAX: (575) 622-8280
PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 609 W. 10th St., Roswell, NM 88201
TYPE OF PROGRAM: Volunteer tutor literacy program and an member of ProLiteracy.
SERVICES OFFERED: One-on-one and small group instruction in basic literacy, English as an additional language, citizenship/civics education, math, pre-GED, workplace literacy, Listening Lab site for Chaves County residents for auditory processing development. Tutoring with Literacy and ESOL computer lab. Programs currently offered include workplace specific literacy for ESOL, tutoring at-risk youth at New Mexico Youth Challenge Academy.
SPECIAL FEATURES: The Roswell Literacy Council provides support for tutors with a training team that provides combined Basic Literacy and English for Speakers of Other Languages training in a combined Day 1 and then separate strategies and planning in separate second days on subsequent Saturdays twice a year unless there is identified community need for additional training. Tutor professional development is offered as needed. Health Literacy is one component of additional competency that can be provided. Learners are notified of community Financial Management workshops.
COMMUNITIES SERVED: Roswell, Dexter, Hagerman (Chaves County).
PROGRAM NAME: Home Education Livelihood Program (HELP – Roswell)
CONTACT: Veronica Alonzo, Regional Manager
PHONE: (575) 627-5815
FAX: (575) 627-5822
PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 2110 S. Main, Roswell, NM 88203
TYPE OF PROGRAM: Community-based organization.
SERVICES OFFERED: On-the-job training for adults and youth, emergency assistance for migrant/seasonal, farm workers, and childcare food program. Year-round youth program providing work experience, classroom training, life skills, occupational training, and supportive services.
SPECIAL POPULATIONS: Migrant/seasonal, farm workers and WIA between the ages of 16-21 at risk youth.
COMMUNITIES SERVED: Chavez Co., Lake Arthur – Roosevelt, Lea and Curry Counties, Eddy, Harding, La Union, Quay, and Guadalupe.
PROGRAM NAME: Roswell Correctional Facility
CONTACT: Sharon Steen
PHONE: (575) 625-3168
FAX: (575) 625-3172
PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 578 W. Chickasaw Road, Hagerman, NM 88232
TYPE OF PROGRAM: Adult Basic Education program in a correctional facility.
SERVICES OFFERED: ABE, ESL, and GED preparation classes; life skills, pre-release program, vocational training, school/release ENMU-R, and college preparation.