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Los Lunas Community Program

Los Lunas Community Program (LLCP) provides support and services through the Developmental Disabilities Waiver (DDW), State General Funds (SGF), and Medicaid. We provide residential services in Valencia County and technical assistance throughout the state.

Mission Statement

It is the mission of Los Lunas Community Program (LLCP) to promote a person-centered philosophy and provide ethical, effective, and efficient services and supports that assist those we serve to live the life they choose, establish meaningful relationships, foster opportunities for personal growth, and maintain healthy lifestyles.

Model of Care

LLCP is committed to linking persons served to the community at large and building community around promoting diversity and inclusion. Living a full and satisfied life involves sustaining connections with people, developing friendships, engaging with neighbors, and sharing with them all that community life has to offer.

Admission Criteria

As a New Mexico Department of Health Facility, Los Lunas Community Program is a Home and Community Based Medicaid Waiver provider for New Mexicans with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IID).

We offer a variety of services including Supported Living, Customized Community Supports, Community Integrated Employment, Nursing, and Crisis Services in Valencia County. We also operate an Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) for persons with IID who require a structured behavioral treatment program.

LLCP serves adults aged eighteen years of age and older, with DDW, SGF, or Medicaid funding.

Exclusionary Criteria

LLCP only serves adults eighteen years of age or older with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IID) who indicate a need for our services and have appropriate funding from either the Developmental Disabilities Medicaid Waiver (DDW), State General Funds, or Medicaid.

Service Lines

LLCP is a New Mexico Department of Health facility, and a community provider of living supports for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IID) aged 18 years or older.

  • Supported Living – In the community of their choice, LLCP assists our clients to live as independently as possible providing supports designed to assist, encourage, and empower them to grow and develop, gain autonomy, become self-governing, and pursue personal interests and goals.
  • Intensive Medical Living Services (IMLS)- for those persons receiving Supported Living with acute medical needs, IMLS is provided to adequately meet their needs (e.g., more intensive staffing levels and levels of care).
  • Customized Community Supports (CCS) – Based on the preferences and choices of our clients, LLCP assists adults with IID to increase their independence, lessen the need for paid supports, establish or strengthen interpersonal relationships, join social networks, and participate in community life.
  • Community Integrated Employment (CIE) – Based on the informed choice of our clients, LLCP assists adults with IID to become employed in the community in jobs that increase their economic independence, self-reliance, social connections, and career development.
  • Adult Nursing: nursing services and medical case management is provided to our clients by a licensed nurse.
  • Crisis Supports: - short-term, intensive behavioral supports in a controlled environment for persons currently in crisis.
  • ICF/IID: LLCP operates an Intermediate Care Facility for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ICF/IID) for persons who require a structured behavioral treatment program.

Supported Living, Adult Nursing, and Customized Community Supports are also provided with State General Funds, given their availability, to adults with IDD who have been referred by the NM Department of Health Developmental Disabilities Supports Division (DDSD).

LLCP also serves adults with IID in our Intermediate Care Facility for persons with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID), who have been court-ordered, and who have been assessed to be amenable to participation in our structured behavioral treatment program.

Job Opportunities

Los Lunas Community Program is part of the Department of Health, Facilities Division. Employment Opportunities at LLCP are posted by the State Personnel Office.

Job opportunities are always available and may be reviewed on the New Mexico State Personnel Office website at: Search: LLCP. Or call our HR Recruiter at 505-321-8420.

Positions that may be available include:

  • Direct Support Professionals
  • Registered Nurses
  • Service Coordinators
  • Residential Coordinators
  • Maintenance
  • Administrative
  • Finance
  • Human Resources