Tresco is a non-profit company organized, governed and staffed for the sole purpose of making a positive impact in the lives of children with developmental delays, and people with disabilities in the community.
Tresco, Inc. is committed to enhancing the lives of people with developmental delays and disabilities though our programs and services. We are proud of our outstanding quality delivered by our committed well-trained staff. Our services are all based on the principle of person-centered services and designed around unique individual strengths and needs.
Our success is a tribute to the community support that we have received over the years. With the support of volunteers and partnerships with community organizations and businesses, Tresco, Inc. has been able to provide true inclusion and economic independence for children and adults living with a disability. Please consider lending your support as a volunteer, employer, or partner in continuing our long legacy of success.
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Tresco’s story begins with two organizations – Open Door Center and Socorro/Sierra Learning Service.
Open Door Center began it’s operation in 1968 with a volunteer staff in a facility on the property of Mesilla Christian Church. By the end of 1971, Open Door Center was serving 39 clients with paid staff of five part time employees and approximately 30 volunteers. In 1977, Open Door Center moved to a new location, 2325 E. Nevada Ave.
The Socorro program was established in 1974. Services offered the first three years included outreach and identification of persons needing services, summer school, Saturday day camps, and parent groups. In early 1976 a part-time work activities program was begun. In 1978 funding became more stable, and there was staff to provide a full time work activity program for adults. In 1981 a proposal was submitted and funded by the Health and Environment Department (now The Department of Health) to provide work activity services for adults in Truth or Consequences.
A merger was accomplished in 1982, which created the three-county program under one administration. The name Tresco was adopted for it’s reference to “tres condados”, or three counties.
Tresco’s Title VI Notice to the Public
Tresco, Inc operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. To find out more about our nondiscrimination obligations, to file a complaint, or to request this information in another language, please contact us at Tresco, Inc Title VI Coordinator, PO Drawer 2469, Las Cruces, NM 88004 or 1-800-554-0936 or (575) 528-2200
Tresco, Inc. opera sus programas y servicios, sin distinción de raza, color y origen nacional, según el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles. Para obtener más información sobre el programa de derechos civiles del Departamento de Transporte de Nuevo México o para obtener más información sobre los procedimientos para presentar una queja, llame al Tresco, Inc Title VI Coordinator, PO Drawer 2469, Las Cruces, NM 88004 or 1-800-554-0936 or (575) 528-2200