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July 11-14, 2024
Tamaya Resort 

Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico

Weaving La Red:  2024 Threads of La Revolución is the only Spanish and English Latine-centered conference dedicated to the social and emotional health of Latine birthing parents and infancy and early childhood mental health in the United States. This means we have gathered lo mejor de lo nuestro, our best conspirators, and thought partners ready to share their knowledge, enhancing ours at every step of the way.

Check Out the Preliminary Conferencia Program!

As you prepare for your travels, we want you to get excited about this year's showcase of dynamic and interconnected threads representing Latines' bold ideas for the future of Latine IECMH.


This preliminary program folio is intended to provide important information about how to prepare for your travels and what to expect from this year's awesome Conferencia.


Where we'll be...

Our national conferencia Weaving La Red: 2024 Threads of La Revolución will be held at the beautiful Tamaya Resort in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico! 

Nestled on 550 acres of the Native American Santa Ana Pueblo between the Sandia Mountains and the Rio Grande River, Tamaya is steeped in over one thousand years of rich history and culture. The Tamaya Indian Reservation encompasses approximately 79,000 acres of land and comprises three villages: Rebahene, Ranchitos, and Chicale. More than 800 tribal members call the Pueblo of Tamaya home.  

La Cocina acknowledges the importance of the sacred land where our national gathering will occur and honors Santa Ana Pueblo's ancestry and history. 


We want to extend our most heartfelt gracias to our generous sponsors.Their invaluable support and commitment to Latine Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) has played a pivotal role in bringing this event to life.


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