ADDCP’s mission is “To promote and advocate for quality, community based services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in New Mexico.”
Our goal is to provide advocacy, leadership and resources to our members and advance the opportunities and outcomes for children, adults and families with intellectual and developmental disabilities in New Mexico.
ADDCP’s collective commitment to providing the highest-quality supports and services possible is the core of its respected influence and longevity in New Mexico. At all levels of the association, ADDCP remains committed to ensuring diversity, essential to achieving our mission.
ADDCP is governed by a Board of Directors, comprised of one representative from each member agency ensuring every member has an active voice.
ADDCP offers a variety of leadership roles, both in elected and non-elected positions. ADDCP’s Executive Committee consists of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, two At-Large Representatives and the Immediate Past President, all elected by the Board of Directors for annual terms.
Non-elected positions exist in standing committees which include Legislative, Family/Infant/Toddler, Policy & Procedures and Membership.
ADDCP’s commitment to shaping policy, sharing solutions and strengthening community would be impossible without our active and committed membership.
Member agencies are encouraged to invite their staff to participate in committees, subcommittees and taskforces relating to their interests, expertise and as a resource for career development, succession planning and leadership training.
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