Narrated by New Mexico’s own Steven Michael Quezada, “NMBH1001 BEHAVIORALNM 2930H” is the real life horror story of what has become of Behavioral Health resources and services in our great state.
As unconscionable as the denigrating measures described in the film may seem, a recent Election 2014 inquiry by the League of Women Voters of Central New Mexico yielded an answer from the state’s sitting Governor which failed to even include a mention of behavioral and mental health needs, though the question itself specifically asked to comment on meeting those needs.
Submissions are now open for songwriters and musicians who have written about Heroin Awareness and/or the affects it has had to TTCF. Ten (10) songs will be selected by a team of industry professionals and will be recorded/included on the first album being produced. Grants will be given to cover recording costs and an artist contract will be awarded. Deadline on submissions is November 30, 2014.
Starting November 1, 2014, submissions for filmmakers will be open. Ten (10) music videos will be produced for each song selected for the TTCF album. Please check back at taylorscalling.org for details and requirements. Each filmmaker selected will be awarded a grant to produce the music video. Deadline for submissions is December 1, 2014.
All songs and music videos will be showcased on tour throughout the state of New Mexico. Our goal is bring this music and to schools, rehab/recovery centers and youth development programs. Prevention is key! Let’s make a difference and impact communities through these great works.
Grants will be available in the future that will offer funds to support documentaries, shorts and narrative feature films that base their projects on heroin awareness and education. As TTCF grows, we look forward to the time when we can help all those who have chosen this means of expression.
Senate Joint Resolution 2, a constitutional amendment to eliminate the Secretary of Education position and implement a state school board with a qualified state superintendent has passed its third committee.
The legislation will now go to the full Senate.
Please take a few minutes to contact your Senator today. Your personal story of why this information is so critical in making this a reality. Please call your Senator today.
We are almost there, and your help is what will make the difference.