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Women Veterans of New Mexic0


Women Veterans of New Mexico is a Federal 501(c)3 Non-profit organization

Women Veterans of New Mexico is run by volunteers.   

Welcome to Women Veterans of New Mexico!

P O Box 36648
Albuquerque, NM 87176

 Contact Phone: (505) 358-0839



December 13, 2017


Happy Holidays Sister Veterans!

What happened to 2017? If you are like me, the year has passed by so very quickly it just seems incredible that December is here already.  As my term as president winds down I wanted to tell you what has impressed me the most this year:

  • You, our members, are truly amazing women; humble and wise.
  • The Board is truly dedicated to support each other and meet our mission.
  • Our Donors, Sponsors and Partners are committed to support women veterans.

Our combined efforts have improved the organization this year and staged it for continued growth and success for 2018 and years ahead. Here are some highlights of our success:

  • Increased membership attendance and participation at our events.
  • Increased number of donors, sponsors and partners.
  • Increased visits to our redesigned website.
  • Increased ability to help our sister veterans in need.

On January 1st, please join me in welcoming the new Board with Christin Barden, our Founder, taking the helm as the new President. Serving with her on the Board is a group of highly motivated and qualified women veterans. Activities are already being planned for 2018, including the next Membership Meeting on January 20th at 10 am at the Golden Corral (see the calendar for details).

As we close out the year, I thank you for the opportunity to serve and I hope to see you at future WVNM events.

To each of you, I want to Thank You for your support and participation in Women Veterans of New Mexico and for your service to our great nation.

Happy Holidays,

Sarah Ann Galpin, WVNM President

Equine Therapy Connections and Southwest Horsepower Offering Free Activities

EAP is a powerful, non-traditional experiential therapy which guides the clients to learn about themselves and others through the use of horses. Clients participate in hands-on therapeutic activities designed and facilitated by a Licensed Mental Health Clinician and an Equine Specialist to address their treatment goals. The therapies are tailored to fit each client’s needs and focus on the relationship between the client and the horse(s). This interaction often tends to mirror personal life issues, behaviors and attitudes. This effective and unique therapeutic method serves to bypass the intellect and facilitates a healing internal emotional connection. All work is provided by an EAGALA Certified team.
FREE monthly workshops with horses offered from 9am-2:30pm
Lunch, snacks and drinks provided. Enjoy activities in nature with horses. For more info, see the flyer or
North Valley: call Debi 505-414-8467                       South Valley: call Win 505-228-1468

Women's Mentoring Network

The New Mexico Group of Women's Mentorship Network (WMN) is an all-volunteer, decentralized, values-based organization dedicated to the mentorship of Military Women. The network is member-run and provides dynamic mentorship through periodic, structured mentorship circles, meetings, and events. 
To join and find events, sign up for and search for WMN or
find them on Facebook:

Horses For Heroes - New Mexico, Inc.

Our program is tailored to each individual participant and is designed to help men and women veterans and active military to develop new skills, re- sharpen others, and reshape attitudes needed to transition into civilian life. Our programs assist veterans to refit, regroup and recalibrate the soul of warriors through the way of the horse. The program’s focus is on resiliency and Post Traumatic Healing. These two elements work in natural alignment as we help to educate, rehabilitate, and most importantly empower veterans by supporting them in their journey for healing.
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