Photo: Red Rocks, Jemez Pueblo
WELCOME TO FSIP, INC.
Executive Director's Message
Five Sandoval Indian Pueblo, Inc. (FSIP) is one of the oldest Native American non-profit organizations in New Mexico serving the 5 tribal communities of Cochiti, Jemez, Sandia, Santa Ana, and Zia Pueblo’s. FSIP also serves other communities such as: Santo Domingo, San Felipe, Isleta, Algodones, Belen, Bernalillo, Bosque Farms, Canon, Cochiti Lake, Gilman, Jemez Springs, Los Chaves, Los Lunas, Pena Blanca, Peralta, Ponderosa, Rio Rancho, San Ysidro, and Sile in Sandoval, Bernalillo and Valencia Counties.
"The FSIP family continues to strive to provide the best quality care in such a manner that the value of tribal sovereignty, traditional culture, and community integrity are respected and preserved."
Joshua Madalena, Executive Director
Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos, Inc.
Member of the Pueblo of Jemez
For over 50 years, Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos, Inc. (Five Sandoval) has enhanced the lives of its five Pueblo tribal members of Cochiti, Jemez, Sandia, Santa Ana and Zia and its surrounding tribal and non-tribal communities through the important and longstanding services we provide. We do this by sustaining and evolving our services and programs by offering invaluable employment, education, human and health services. Our services are provided in such a manner that the values of tribal sovereignty, traditional culture, and community integrity are respected and preserved. We are proud to be a primary resource to our communities and are committed to partnering with both tribal and non-tribal entities to maximize the opportunities for the people we serve.
4321 Fulcrum Way NE, Suite B
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
505-867-3351 Ext. 148
505-867-3351 Ext. 121
505-867-3351 Ext. 120 Behavioral Health
Five Sandoval is located near the intersection of Enchanted Hills Blvd. and NM 528 in Rio Rancho, NM. Wal-Mart is located to the east of this intersection.
From NM 528, turn west onto Enchanted Hills Blvd. Turn right (north) at Stanley Drive (one street past Fulcrum Way). The main entrance to Five Sandoval is on your right.