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Glen Amick has a checkered past. The 57-year-old Taos resident has had his fair share of ups and downs throughout his life, and has been homel…

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This year hasn't been easy on the Taos Men's Shelter at 220 Albright Street. What used to be a safe space for homeless men to find a little respite is now facing uncertainty as COVID-19 cases rise in the Taos community. Though the times have been tough, staff manager Brian Price and the rest of the team have been as busy as ever helping the local indigent population.

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But COVID-19 also brought an unexpected and crushing halt to our planned fundraising events for the year. While one-third of our budget comes from the town of Taos and Taos County, the remaining $500K required to maintain and 

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May 6 - May 11DogsIntakes: 24In shelter:Adults, 34Puppies, 18Foster:Adults, 6Puppies, 6Adoptions: 10Return to owners: 7CatsIntakes: 22In shelter: 11Foster:Kittens, 30Cats, 9Adoptions: 3During the …

On Monday evening (March 23), several of Taos County’s homeless men and women took up seats outside Taos Men’s Shelter eating hot noodles and pot roast off paper plates. The meal was …

Join Stray Hearts Animal Shelter with host, Stephen Plyler, for the shelter's biggest fundraiser of the year supported by Taos radio station KNCE, which will host the annual radiothon all day on Thursday (Feb. 13). "All donations go directly to the care of the animals," according to a statement from the shelter.

After three years of stops and starts, HEART of Taos finally opened its shelter for women and children on Tuesday (Dec. 3), and its beds are quickly filling up, displaying a community need HEART’s backers had long predicted.