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Regina Huffman, former director of the Family Infant Toddler Program in Gallup, has been named executive director for the Northwest New Mexico First Born Program at a press conference Tuesday at the State Capitol.
Huffman has a master’s degree in counseling from Western New Mexico University and a bachelor of university studies degree in early education and psychology from the University of New Mexico.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has announced a $1.8 million grant to the Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation to provide parenting training in San Juan and McKinley Counties. St. Joseph Community Health is providing $150,000 and the Navajo Nation Growing in Beauty Program is giving $50,000.
Families having their first child will receive three years of home visits, medical advice and training to build parenting skills and child brain development through the Northwest New Mexico First Born Program. At least 200 families per year are expected to benefit from the guidance of home visitors, with the first beginning this spring.
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