Here, everyone has a seat at the table.

We offer a safe, reputable, and growth oriented environment for our clients. We support each individual’s preferences to make their own choices and advocate for themselves, ideally, helping to maximize their potential in a community based setting. Cornucopia helps to prevent institutionalization and prolong the independence of the ones you love.

Living Services

Our Supported Living and Family Living services are focused on personalized care for personal choice, and supported by meeting each person's needs. We support each individual’s preferences to make their own choices and advocate for themselves, ideally, helping to maximize their potential in a community based setting.

Day Facility

Cornucopia provides community based Adult Day Services for those 18 and older. We serve those with developmental disabilities, the frail elderly, the home-bound and those with conditions that will not allow their families to leave them alone during the day. Our Adult Day Services provides small and large group activities,
as well as social and recreational activities.

Senior Center

Cornucopia’s assisted living center is for aging individuals diagnosed with Dementia and/or Alzheimer's, 60 years and older. It is a safe environment with trained staff on site to help with daily living activities and provide activities to promote exercise and mental stimulation.



The population served by Cornucopia
consists of people who are:

18 years of age or older.
Adults with different abilities.
Disabled, elderly, frail.
Adults with a variety of conditions, including:
Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Depression, TBI, Schizophrenia, Developmental Disabilities,
Down Syndrome, Parkinson’s, Epilepsy, Blind, Deaf/Mute, COPD, Amputation, Stroke,
Diabetes, OBS, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Seizure Disorders, and FAS.
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What we provide

Cornucopia has seen enormous growth in services and organizational capacity since its inception in 1978. Currently, we serve over 75 participants.
Living Supports

Living Supports - Family Living Services provides a natural environment with a family/home for the support and nurturing of an individual, which emphasizes activities within our community. These supports are provided while integrating with other family members, and when appropriate, involvement in a work and/or educational plan during the day. This service may be in one’s own home or that of another family approved by the Medicaid Waiver and Cornucopia, Inc. Family Living Providers are responsible for implementing an Individualized Service Plan (ISP) for the individual served. There are mandatory state and agency trainings required to assist in the implementation of the person’s specific goals and objectives. Please contact us with questions or for more information on how to enroll in the Family Living Provider program by using our email form. Email form, Recipient - General Inquiry

Customized Community Supports

One of the core programs at Cornucopia is our Customized Community Supports. This program provides socialization and interaction with others to reduce isolation and improve functional ability. Program Goals include improving our client’s health and well being, enhancing life and work skills, encouraging regular moderate exercise, and building relationships. We encourage participation in outside activities and strive to assist the individual to develop natural supports within the community. Services include:

• Individual Customized Community Supports: The ratio is one-to-one (1:1) and is to be delivered in the community exclusively.

• Intensive Behavioral Customized Community Supports: The ratio is one-to-one (1:1) or as necessary to adequately support the individual with challenges in both an individual and group setting.

• Community Inclusion Aide: The ratio is one-to-one (1:1) and is to be delivered in the community exclusively.

• Small Group Customized Community Supports: The group ratio is one-to-two (1:2) or one-to-three (1:3) and is to be delivered exclusively in the community.

• Group Customized Community Supports: Staff ratios, depending upon the individual's NM Developmentally Disabled Waiver (DDW).

Transportation

Please contact us to learn more about our transportation services to and from Cornucopia (within a 6 mile radius). Cornucopia received a grant from the Department of Transportation in Spring of 2009. This grant allowed us to purchase vans specifically crafted to accommodate wheel chairs with full-motorized wheel chair lifts.

CARF

Cornucopia is certified by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), an independent, nonprofit, accreditation agency of Health and Human Services providers. Achieving CARF accreditation is a sign of quality services, and indicates Cornucopia’s commitment to quality improvement and the unique needs and results of services for each of our clients.

“The value of CARF accreditation is more than a certificate hanging on the wall. CARF accreditation is evidence that your organization strives to improve efficiency, fiscal health, and service delivery — creating a foundation for consumer satisfaction.”

Mission

Offer a safe, reputable, and growth-oriented environment where our clients and families may maximize their potential in a community-based setting.

Vision

To be a cornerstone of the community and to improve the quality of life of our clients, prolong their independence, and prevent their institutionalization.

Values

Advocacy • Safety • Compassion • Community