Santa Fe Midwifery


New Mexico Midwives Association

New Mexico has a rich history of community midwifery. Midwives have always been an integral part of New Mexico’s health care system. The New Mexico Midwives Association (NMMA) incorporated in 1977 to ensure women’s access to safe and personalized care throughout all the cycles of their lives. The NMMA has worked consistently to ensure that licensed midwives continue to attend the births of thousands of New Mexican babies with excellent outcomes.

Many Mothers

Improving our community, one baby at a time. Many Mothers contributes to the health and wellbeing of communities by providing physical, emotional, and practical support to any family following the birth or adoption of a new baby.

First Born

The Program’s mission is to increase the health and wellness of women pregnant for the first time, families parenting for the first time, and families adopting their first baby. FBP provides mothers, fathers and primary caregivers with education, support and service coordination.

New Vistas

We are a consumer-controlled, community-based, cross-disability, nonresidential private nonprofit agency based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, providing an array of independent living services for nine northern New Mexico Counties. 51% of staff are persons with disabilities;

Las Cumbres Community Services

Las Cumbres is dedicated to promoting the health and well-being of people of all ages in northern New Mexico and has expanded to best meet the growing and changing needs of the community.

NM Breastfeeding Task Force

The New Mexico Breastfeeding Task Force is working to bridge the gap in breastfeeding disparities and is committed to ensuring all families have the support they need to reach their breastfeeding goals. You can read the fact sheet here.

La Leche League

Our Mission is to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.

WIC—Women Infants Children

New Mexico WIC program helps people with low-income and people who are nutritionally at risk such as pregnant women, women who are currently breastfeeding, nonbreastfeeding postpartum women, Infants up to 1st birthday and children up to their 5th birthday.

Midwives Alliance North America

MANA is committed to enabling transformative research, promoting an evidence-based Midwifery Model of Care, addressing health disparities, and achieving optimal outcomes through normal physiologic birth and healthcare across the lifespan.

VBAC provides childbearing women and maternity care professionals access to evidence-based resources, educational materials, and support for VBAC and cesarean prevention.

My Turn Parents Center

Due to unforeseen circumstances, My Turn Parents Center is having to move by the end of this month. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you. We will keep you informed and let you know of our new location as soon as possible

My Turn Parents Center

Herbs Etc.

Herbs, Etc. operates a retail store in Santa Fe, New Mexico, selling bulk herbs, herbal remedies, vitamins, supplements and essential oils. The store’s primary mission is to offer herbal medicine information and remedies to the Santa Fe community. It is also a research and development center. Many of Herbs, Etc.’s herbal medicines are created and tested here.

Santa Fe Community Yoga Center

For over 20 years, Santa Fe Community Yoga Center has provided affordable, high-quality yoga and holistic healing to the people of Santa Fe. With 35 classes a week, we have a wide selection of yoga styles and levels.  We have one donation-based class open to the public each day, as well as some of the only Prenatal/Postpartum yoga classes in town (which will always be donation-based).

Santa Fe Community Acupuncture

Our mission is to provide affordable, high quality acupuncture by offering individualized treatments in a quiet, open setting and asking you to decide what you can afford to pay on a sliding scale ($15-40). For acupuncture to be most effective, patients need to receive it frequently and regularly.