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A work permit can be issued once a student age 16 or younger has a prospective employer.

Complete the form and take to the main office for verification from an issuing official. 

Work Permit Certificate 2021 Form.pdf (PDF)

NM Crisis   Access Line  1-855-662-7474

You can also text the NM Crisis & Access Line at 1-855-466-7100 from 6 pm to 11 pm everyday. 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline  1-800-273-8255Red Nacional de Prevencion del Suicidio  1-888-628-9454

AGORA Crisis Center  505-277-3031 or 855-505-4505

The Trevor Project  1-866-488-7386

Crisis Text Line  Text HELLO to 741741

Reach NM from CYFD

Reach NM is a new way for students to reach out to someone at CYFD. You can text CYFD 24/7 at 505-591-9444. You can remain anonymous or give your name. You can reach out to report suspected abuse or to get information on community resources.

AHA Professional Counseling Department



9th grade Counselors:


Last names A to L



Last names M to Z

Counselors can provide support in the following domains:

Academic Development:
  • Failing grades
  • Studying/ test taking strategies
  • Trouble in class
  • Post-secondary selection
  • Test score reviews
Career Development:
  • Career awareness/exploration
  • Interest inventories
Personal/Social Development:
  • Self-harming behaviors
  • Problems at home
  • Peer conflicts
  • Self-esteem
  • Anger management
  • Substance use concerns

AHA Counseling Mission

The Professional School Counselors at Atrisco Heritage Academy High School are dedicated to provide a comprehensive school counseling program to ensure personal/social, academic, and career development. We strive to provide a safe learning environment committed to achievement, high standards, accountability through collaboration with administration, parents, and community members so all students succeed as productive members of society.

AHA Counseling Vision

The vision of the AHA School Counseling program is to empower all students to reach their fullest potential through academic, personal/social, and career goals. We seek to promote a holistic approach to overcoming barriers by addressing school, home and community issues for the enrichment of the individual student. We honor diversity and effectively use empathy and encouragement to maintain cultural awareness of self and others.



Information discussed with the counselor is private unless the information needs to be shared to prevent danger to the student or others. If information needs to be shared, the counselor will make every effort to let you know of the appropriate source (s) that need to be contacted. This may be a parent/guardian, administrative personnel, protective services, or law enforcement. Other shared information includes court subpoenas and communication with other professionals to better support you. Our primary responsibility is to our students, but we also acknowledge parents rights to be informed.


Your counselor may assist you with an increased understanding of the issue (s) that have been brought to the counseling office. You may also feel better having discussed the issue (s) with someone who can help resolve your concern.


We want to help you, but there are no guarantees in counseling. You may feel some anxiety discussing certain issues with your counselor. This can be caused due to challenging your thoughts/ feelings in ways that may be uncomfortable, or new to you.

10th to 12th grade counselors:


Last names A - C


Last names Mo - Ro


Last names D - Ha


Last names Ru - Z


Last names He - Mi

College & Career Counselor:



crossroads counselor: 



If you’re feeling alone and struggling, you can reach out to :

The Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741741 or

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK or 

NM Crisis and Access Line at 855-662-7474