1800 COPPER LOOP•528-2200
Tresco supports people with differing abilities to reach their potential and realize their dreams.
The purpose of Tresco Inc. is to provide supports and services to children and adults living with a disability that enhances their lives and enables them to contribute and participate fully in their community.
1. To improve the quality of life for children and adults living with a disability through numerous well established programs including early intervention for children birth to 3 years old, respite for families, supported employment, day services and residential supports for adults with developmental disabilities and employment ... Continue Reading
Patient-centered practice improves quality of life
4351 E. LOHMAN AVE. SUITE 103 • 521-9795
Advanced Hearing Care was first opened by Dr. Kelly Frost in Alamogordo in 1993.
She has been at her current location in Las Cruces for the past five years, specializing in hearing aids, assistive listening devices, hearing screening and testing, hearing loss and tinnitus (“ringing intheears”)treatment. Advanced Hearing Care also has locations in Ruidoso, Roswell and still in Alamogordo.
Frost’s interest in audiology began in her childhood, growing up with a younger brother with Down’s syndrome. At a young age, she was exposed to audiologists, ... Continue Reading
1412 PORTLAND DRIVE, SUITE A • 526-6400 • WWW.JAYNESCORP.COM
The Jaynes Companies is the parent company for three commercial construction companies located in four states throughout the Southwest.
Jaynes is a nationally respected regional general contractor with extensive construction experience in commercial, health care, retail, education, hospitality, warehouse and distribution, local, state and federal government buildings, multi-family, structural concrete and pre-engineered building projects.
Jaynes has met the challenges of time and technology to become a recognized leader in the construction industry throughout the Southwest. Its success has come from a set of values that ... Continue Reading
Here in Las Cruces we drive by small businesses every day. Many times we go in, make purchases and continue on our way without another thought.
The bottom line is we depend on small businesses. They fill our need for products and services, and we expect them to be open on a regular basis to meet our needs and oft times we even expect them to be there during their off-hours.
In a city our size, they are the core of the general business community. You will find them scattered throughout the city and county. Some have storefronts while other small-business owners ... Continue Reading