2-1-1 HELPLINE - FARMINGTON

have a 30 day maximum stay. The Safe Place Program:
emergency services for youth involved in abuse/neglect or
domestic violence situations. Educational Program: offers
tutoring, family therapy, case management, experiential recreation.
Case Management Program: offers case management to youth,
children and adults. Therapy Program: offers out-patient therapy
to youth, children and adults.
2-1-1 HELPLINE - FARMINGTON
903 West Apache St.
Farmington, NM 87401
(505) 326-4357 Svc/Intake and Admin
Call 2-1-1 Toll Free 2-1-1
www.sjunitedway.org
[email protected]
Services
OVERVIEW: 2-1-1 information and referral service for
San Juan County, New Mexico.
SERVICE SUMMARY: 2-1-1 provides free and
confidential information and referral. Call 2-1-1 for help with
food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more.
Equestrian Therapy * At Risk Youth
Individual and Family Support Services * At Risk Youth
Runaway/Youth Shelters
Transitional Case/Care Management * Youth
SITES: 1 2
Services
211 Lead Agencies
Comprehensive Information and Referral
Internet Information Resources
ABRAZOS FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES
A NEW DAY, INC.
(505) 867-3396 Svc/Intake and Admin
412 Camino Don Thomas
BERNALILL0, NM 87004
www.swcr.org
[email protected]
1330 San Pedro Dr NE
Ste# 201-B
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
Gretchen Weber, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Agency provides a variety of specialized
educational, health, developmental, and parent support services
that help families to meet the special needs of their infants,
children, and adult family members with disabilities.
(505) 938-1060 24 Hour Crisis Line
(505) 260-9912 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.ndnm.org
[email protected]
We are also a partner in Adaptech4Kids.org, a virtual specialized
therapeutic equipment bank developed to enhance services to
children with disabilities and their families by making a variety of
assistive and adaptive technology products available to families at
no cost.
Steve Johnson, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of emergency shelter
services for youth and their families.The mission of New Day
Youth & Family Services is to engage troubled youth and
their families in charting a proactive life course that will help
them become meaningful and productive members of our
community.
HOURS: MTWThFSaSu 24/7
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: *SPECIALIZED THERAPEUTIC
EQUIPMENT BANK: Development of a web-based specialized
therapeutic equipment bank for metro area infants and toddlers
with physical disabilities.
*EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM: Specialized services
support families with young children who have disabilities and
chronic health problems.
Sites
1. A NEW DAY SANDOVAL COUNTY OFFICE
1424 Deborah Rd SE
Ste 205
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
(505) 892-4646 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
2. A NEW DAY, INC.
1330 San Pedro Dr NE
Ste# 201-B
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
Children's Respite Care
Developmental Assessment
Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/Delays
Parenting Education
Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Speech Therapy * Pediatrics
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
(866) 875-7233 24 Hour Crisis Line
(505) 260-9912 Svc/Intake and Admin
Steve Johnson, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: 24 hour emergency shelter care
for youth 12-17. Programs include crisis intervention, intake
assessments, life skills development, case management,
therapy, referral services. The shelter has 16 beds and clients
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ADELANTE DEVELOPMENT CENTER,
INC
3. ADELANTE DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC
(BELEN)
414 Reinken Avenue
Belen, NM 87002
3900 Osuna Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109-4459
(505) 341-2000 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 864-1950 Service/Intake & Fax
www.GoAdelante.org
[email protected]
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for a program that offers
individual integrated placement in community based work,
workbench model placement, enclave placement for adults with
developmental disabilities. Promotes personal independence to the
highest level of capacity. The Thrift Shop offers training programs
for adults with developmental disabilities. Also offers an array of
living arrangements for adults with disabilities that will enhance
personal independence.
Mike Kivitz, President and CEO
OVERVIEW: Provides for vocational training and
employment for adults with developmental disabilities and/or
mental illness. Also provides residential support services for
people with developmental disabilities. Locations in Bernalillo
and Valencia counties.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4:30 PM
4. BACK IN USE
3900 Osuna Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Sites
1. ADELANTE COMPADRES SENIOR CENTER
5411 Osuna Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
(505) 341-7171 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: If you have a wheelchair, walker,
hospital bed, scooter or other medical or adaptive equipment that
you no longer need, Adelante Development Center's BackInUse
program will accept it as a donation and make sure it gets used by
persons with disabilities who have no means to pay for the
equipment.
(505) 883-0215 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Low impact exercise including
walking, yoga and virtual systems, gardening, music, videos
and books on tape
Group and individual games, computers and internet access,
planning and preparing group meals, snacks and coffee,
visiting community centers, shopping, attending cultural and
recreational events, arts and crafts and seasonal activities,
books and newspaper read aloud, visits to the barber or
hairdresser.
We can also assist in helping supply donated equipment. Please go
to our web site at www.backinuse.com and use the Quick Request
button to tell us about a donation, or if you need equipment. You
can also call us at 1-505-341-7171.
We also accept working computers with licensed software that are
no more than 4 years old (Pentium IV). The computer must be
working. We are not a recycling center for non-working computers
or other electronic equipment.
Trained and caring staff members who have been screened
and subject to background checks
2. ADELANTE DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC
3900 Osuna Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109-4459
Donations to the BackInUse program are tax deductible.
(505) 341-2000 Svc/Intake and Admin
5. BARGAIN SQUARE (BELEN)
522 East Reinken
Belen, NM 87002
Mike Kivitz, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides training and paid
employment for persons over 18 who have developmental
disabilities. Emphasis on developing work and social skills.
Special emphasis on assisting previously institutionalized
persons. There are also programs that provide basic
developmental training in motor control, communication and
personal independence for individuals with severe disabilities.
Also offered is individual and small group placement of
persons with disabilities in employment in businesses in the
community.
(505) 864-1420 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides used clothing, furniture and
appliances at a minimal cost to the customer. The store is staffed
by adults with disabilities.
Services
Adult Day Program Centers
Adult Development Centers
Assistive Technology Equipment
Day Habilitation Programs
Disability Related Center Based Employment
General Clothing Provision * Developmental
Disabilities
Health Supportive Services * Alzheimer's Disease *
Dementia
Licensed Vocational Home Nursing
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care for them.
Medical Equipment/Assistive Technology Donation
Programs
Medical Equipment/Supplies
Nursing Facilities
Personal Care
Prevocational Training
Thrift Shops
Vocational Centers * Developmental Disabilities
SITES: 1 2 3 4 5
Services
Advocacy * At Risk Youth
Legal Services * At Risk Youth
Transitional Case/Care Management * At Risk Youth
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURAL
ASSOCIATION
ADOPTION EXCHANGE, THE
724 Omaha St.
# N-10
Albuquerque, NM 87123
2920 Carlisle Blvd. NE
Ste G
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 247-1769 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 256-8306 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.adoptex.org
www.aaca-abq.org
[email protected]
Amy Kindrick & Ginger Rivenbark
OVERVIEW: The Adoption Exchange is dedicated to
helping waiting children in New Mexico find safe, loving,
permanent homes. In addition, we are here to assist adoptive
families by providing resource information and referrals,
support, advocacy and education.
SERVICE SUMMARY: A resource center for adoption
agencies and families, which assists in placement of special
needs children . Works to raise public awareness of the need
for adoptive families and to support them through the
process of adoption. Offers media news segments, seminars
for adoptive professionals, "get acquainted" events for
families and general information on adoption issues.
Lovie McGee, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Focuses on mentoring, academic, behavioral and
health (stay in school) services for at-risk youth in the target
community of Albuquerque. Also, focusing on early intervention
services for children and adolescents.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Community Academic Initiative
Resource Center (CAIR): Educational and training programs to
assess the need for increased involvement by community adults
with our youth "at-risk" of delinquency and/or school dropout.
Services
Services
Adoption Counseling and Support
Adoption Information
Adoption Legal Services
Cultural Heritage Groups
Mentoring Programs
Tutoring Services
Youth Development
ADVOCACY, INC.
AGORA CRISIS CENTER
1716 Las Lomas NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87131
6301 4th St. NW
Ste. #3
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
(866) 435-7166 (866)HELP-1-NM - Toll Free 24 hr Suicide Line
(505) 277-3013 Svc/Intake and Admin - Hotline/Talkine
(505) 266-3166 Svc/Intake and Admin
(866) 257-5320 800-Line
www.AgoraCares.org
[email protected]
www.nmadvocacy.org
Molly Brack, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Sometimes it's hard to talk about certain
problems with family and friends. As trained peer counselors, our
volunteers are ready to provide compassionate and unbiased
listening for anything you want to discuss. We won't tell you how
to solve your problem, but we'll help you figure out what options
you might have.
HOURS: 9AM to 12 Midnight / 365 days a year
(depending on volunteer availability)
SERVICE SUMMARY: Agora: UNM Crisis Center provides
free, compassionate and confidential help to anyone in need of
emotional support. Services include phone or walk-in crisis
intervention and listening; referrals to community organizations,
services or therapists; and educational opportunities for volunteers.
Gini Silva, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Advocacy, Inc.'s mission is to promote the
interests of at-risk children by providing legal advocacy and
other supportive services.
HOURS: Mon-Th 8AM to 4PM
Fri 8AM to 12PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Legal guardianship services for
children when their parents are unable or unwilling to care for
them; provide guardian services for all children in the
abuse/neglect system in the 2nd Judicial District. THE NEW
MEXICO GUARDIANSHIP PROJECT: Designed to
provide coordinated legal representation & social services
advocacy to children whose parents are unwilling or unable to
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Services
Are ambulatory or have some mobility.
Are medically stable and able to fly in an unpressurized plane.
Have financial need and are unable to afford other means of
commercial transportation.
Are any age
Have received a medical diagnosis that requires you to be treated
at a hospital specializing in that disease or ailment.
Accompany a patient who fits the above criteria.
Crisis Intervention Volunteer Opportunities
Helplines/Warmlines
Suicide Prevention Hotlines
Telephone Crisis Intervention
AIR CHARITY NETWORK
4620 Haygood Road
Suite 1
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
PLEASE CHECK 6 PARTICIPATING SITES TO IDENTIFY
AN ANGEL FLIGHT NEAR YOU.
(877) 621-7177 Svc/Intake and Admin - Request Free Flights
2. ANGEL FLIGHT CENTRAL
10 Richards Road
Kansas City, MO 64116
www.aircharitynetwork.org
OVERVIEW: Angel Flight® America (AFA) is a
compassionate non-profit organization comprised of seven
operating entities dedicated to serving people in situations of
compelling need by arranging free air transportation, enabling
patients to travel to specialized medical facilities for the
evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of their illness or disease.
(866) 569-9464 800-Line - (800)474 WINGS
3. ANGEL FLIGHT MID-ATLANTIC
4620 Haygood Road, Suite 1
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
We provide the following free services:
(800) 296-3797 800-Line Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic
Free Flights
On-call Transplant Service
Companion Transport
Precious Cargo Transport
4. ANGEL FLIGHT NORTHEAST
492 Sutton Street
North Andover, MA 01845
PLEASE SEE ADDITIONAL SITES TO IDENTIFY AN
ANGEL FLIGHT NEAR YOU.
(800) 549-9980 800-Line
5. ANGEL FLIGHT SOUTH CENTRAL
4310 Amelia Earhart Drive
Addison, TX 75001
Sites
1. AIR CHARITY NETWORK
4620 Haygood Road
Suite 1
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
(972) 458-0700 Svc/Intake and Admin
6. ANGEL FLIGHT WEST
3161 Donald Douglas Loop South
Santa Monica, CA 90405
(877) 621-7177 Svc/Intake and Admin - Request Free Flights
SERVICE SUMMARY: Angel Flight America--a national
network of seven autonomous regional members--arranges
free flights of hope and healing by transporting patients and
their families in private planes to hospitals for medical
treatment. We also provide free flights in the event of a
national crisis or whenever there is a compelling human
need.
(888) 426-2643 800-Line - (888) 4 AN ANGEL
7. MERCY FLIGHT SOUTHEAST, INC.
8864 Airport Boulevard
Leesburg, FL 34788
(800) 352-4256 800-Line-Mercy Flight SouthEast
We are a non-profit grassroots volunteer corps of over 5,000
private pilots from all 50 states who proudly support and fly
under the banner of Angel Flight. In the year 2003 alone, the
seven regional members of Angel Flight America provided
over 17,000 flights for children and adults. With support from
thousands of compassionate and caring people-our pilots,
ground volunteers (Earth Angels), mission coordinators,
donors and the media-- Angel Flight America has become the
largest charitable air carrier in America
Services
Air Transportation * Nonambulatory
Emergency Medical Transportation * Nonambulatory
Mercy Transportation * Nonambulatory
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITES: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
You may qualify as an Angel Flight ™ America passenger if
you:
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Services
ALBUQUERQUE ALCOHOLICS
ANONYMOUS
Lawyer Referral Services
Legal Information Lines
1921 Alvarado Dr. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 266-3688 Spanish Language Answering Service
Oficina Intergrupal Hispana
(505) 266-1900 Svc/Intake and Admin - 24-hours
ALBUQUERQUE CENTER FOR PEACE AND
JUSTICE
202 Harvard SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
www.albuquerqueaa.org
[email protected]
(505) 268-9557 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Provides AA meetings for anyone who has
a desire to stop drinking.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Alcoholics Anonymous is a
fellowship of men and women who help others to recover
from alcoholism and share experience, strength and hope in
solving their common problem. The only requirement for AA
membership is a desire to stop drinking. About 350 regular
AA meetings per week are held in Albuquerque area. Phone is
answered by a recovering alcoholic 24 hours a day, 365 days a
year. Spanish language answering service, meetings and
groups available.
www.abqpeaceandjustice.org
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: The Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice
strives to create a world where our collective needs are met
sustainably and nonviolently. We value the interconnectedness of
all life. We emphasize cooperation and respect for diversity. We
are committed to nonviolent conflict resolution, working for peace
within ourselves, our community, and our world.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The main goal of P&J Projects is
grassroots community involvement. Some of the Center's current
projects include:
Services
Another Side: Truth in Military Recruiting Program
Creating Peace
Project on Darfur
Gardens
Grassroots New Mexico
Nuclear Resistance Calendar
Nukes Next Door
Peace and Justice Organizations Linking Arms (PAJOLA)
Peace Worker Family
Solar Forced Air Heater
State of Peace Strategic Planning Project
Women of Juárez
Alcohol Dependency Support Groups
Alcoholism Counseling
ALBUQUERQUE BAR ASSOCIATION
LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE
400 Gold SW
Ste 620
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 243-2615 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.abqbar.org
[email protected]
Services
Constitutional/Civil Rights Groups
Political Action/Lobbying Groups
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Martha Domme, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Albuquerque Bar Association Lawyer
Referral Services promotes and enhances professionalism
within the Albuquerque legal community; we welcome all
lawyers and provide a forum for all members of the
Albuquerque legal community.
ALBUQUERQUE CHRISTIAN CHILDREN'S
HOME
Mission is to educate the public about legal issues that
impact the community; foster access to the justice system;
and, be a vigorous advocate for justice.
HOURS: MTWTHF 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides referral to appropriate
lawyer after a review of client's problem. A $35.00 fee entitles
client to a maximum of 30 minutes with an attorney.
Prepayment necessary-by credit card or in person at our
office. There is no further obligation on either party unless
specifically agreed upon. Callers not wishing to come into the
office may pay by credit card or check debit card by phone,
fax or Internet. Clients will then be given the names of 3
attorneys that they can contact on their own-in this case, the
client is not eligible for the 30 minute review.
5700 Winter Haven Rd NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87120
(505) 898-5520 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.acch4kids.org
[email protected]
Everett White, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Residential group home for children for whom
adoption is not an option.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: A non-profit organization, is
dedicated to providing the very best physical, psychological, and
spiritual care for school-aged children who are neglected, abused,
or in need of supervision. We care for these children without
regard for their race, religion, culture, national origin, financial
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status, or social status. Our long-term residential care is provided
through a family setting centered around Christian love,
example, and teaching. We strive to instill individual worth in
each child while preparing them for responsible adulthood.
Where possible, we work to reunite each child with his/her
family.
Provides 24 hour long term care in a christian residential
group home setting. The age group served is children, ages 5
to 15.
Services
homelessness.
Provides a variety of medical, dental, mental health and substance
abuse services for homeless individuals and families.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: To provide caring and comprehensive
health & supportive services, linking people experiencing
homelessness to individual and collective solutions, and to be a
leader in creating service delivery models and solutions to
homelessness.
Primary medical care; diagnosis and treatment of acute and
chronic illness; physical exams, specialty care referrals to
University Hospital, immunizations: eye, hearing and dermatology
exams. Social work assistance, crisis intervention, assistance in
applying for benefits, information and referral. Client/Applicant
MUST be homeless
Group Homes for Dependent Children
ALBUQUERQUE COMMUNITY
FOUNDATION
624 Tijeras Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
*CHILDREN'S OUTREACH: Call for outreach schedule &
location.
*DENTAL CLINIC: Call for clinic walk-in & appointment
schedules. Services include, emergency, routine and preventive
care; restoration, root canals and cleanings. Dentures, partials and
a full available.
*BEHAVIORAL HEALTH: Mental health case management
*STEPPING STONES DROP-IN CENTER: Assistance in
acquiring additional resources and living/social skills. Substance
abuse counseling, assessment, counseling, crisis intervention and
referrals to treatment programs and substance-free transitional
housing.
*HARM REDUCTION OUTREACH: Call for outreach
schedule.
*DROP-IN CENTER + SYRINGE EXCHANGE
*ARTSTREET:
(505) 883-6240 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.albuquerquefoundation.org
[email protected]
R. Randall Royster, Esq., Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Non-profit, publicly-supported,
philanthropic institution that manages a pool of charitable
funds whose income is used to benefit the community in
grants to local nonprofit organizations, educational programs,
and scholarships.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Grant distributions to qualified
501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and educational institutions
for programs in the areas of arts and culture, education,
health and human services and environmental and historic
preservation. No grants to individuals.
Services
Services
Dental Care * Homeless People
Health Care * Homeless People
Health Care Referrals * Homeless People
Homeless Motel Vouchers * Families with Children
Medical Public Assistance Programs
Mental Health Care and Counseling
Needle Exchange/Distribution Programs
Substance Abuse Services
Transitional Case/Care Management * Homeless
People
Charities/Foundations/Funding Organizations
ALBUQUERQUE HEALTH CARE FOR
THE HOMELESS, INC.
1217 1st Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 248-0817 ArtStreet
(505) 344-6738 Casa Los Arboles Men's Residential Health
Care
(505) 242-8288 Dental Services
(505) 266-4188 Harm Reduction Outreach/ Syringe Exchange
(505) 766-9520 Mental Health Services - STARS Drop-in
Program
(505) 242-4644 Primary Medical Services & Children's
Outreach
(505) 766-5197 Svc/Intake and Admin
ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE
1309 4th St SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 842-9003 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.ahcnm.org
[email protected]
www.abqhch.org
[email protected]
Alex O. Romero, President & CEO
OVERVIEW: Provides for Hispanic and small business
promotion and economic development along with technical
Winona Stoltzfus M.D., Interim Executive Director
OVERVIEW: To live in a world that is just and without
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ALBUQUERQUE HISPANO CHAMBER OF...
assistance hotline/networking.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides small business and
economic development through international trade groups,
conventions and tourism forums. Also publishes a monthly
newsletter and conducts a program to encourage youth to
stay in school through projects and scholarship endowment
programs.
Services
Cultural Heritage Groups
Employment Preparation
Food Pantries * Native American Community
Native American General Assistance
Substance Abuse Services
Transitional Case/Care Management * Native
American Community
Services
Business Associations
Chambers of Commerce
Small Business Development
ALBUQUERQUE INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE
5300 Homestead NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(505) 248-4500 Svc/Intake and Admin
ALBUQUERQUE INDIAN CENTER INC.
www.ihs.gov/albuquerque/
105 Texas St. SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
Richie K. Grinnell, Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides medical and dental care to Native
American population.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides medical and dental care and
related services through a system of directly operated local
facilities comprised of hospitals, health centers and field health
clinics. Direct services are supplemented by public and private
contracted hospital and professional services. Promotes
maximum utilization of all community medical, dental and other
health resources.
(505) 268-4418 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.abqindiancenter.com/Services
[email protected]
Mary Garcia, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides the Albuquerque Native American
Community with a variety of programs and services to
include counseling, traditional Native American healing and
spiritual development, employment and training services,
computer instruction, referrals for emergency assistance and
homeless care referrals. The Albuquerque Indian Center
provides programs which support sobriety and wellness of
Native Americans in the city.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 4:30PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides the Albuquerque
Native American Community with a variety of programs and
services including counseling, traditional Native American
healing and spiritual development, employment and training
services, computer instruction, referrals for emergency
assistance and homeless care referrals. The Albuquerque
Indian Center provides programs which support sobriety and
wellness of Native Americans in the city.
Services
Health Care * Native American Community
Native American General Assistance
ALBUQUERQUE JOBS CORPS CENTER
1500 Indian School Rd. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
(505) 222-4243 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://albuquerque.jobcorps.gov/home.aspx
OVERVIEW: Job Corps is a no-cost education and career
technical training program administered by the U.S. Department
of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 24 improve the
quality of their lives through career technical and academic
training.
SERVICE SUMMARY: At Albuquerque Job Corps Center,
we support the Job Corps program's mission of teaching eligible
young people the skills they need to become employable and
independent and placing them in meaningful jobs or further
education.
*Sobriety and Wellness Support
*Traditional Native Counseling and cultural activities
*Professional Counseling for Substance abuse, domestic
violence, family, intensive outpatient treatment
*Employment/Training Services/Resume Prep
*Computer Training
*Homeless Care Referrals: referrals for short term emergency
food, clothing, shelter and transportation.
Services
*Housing Assistance/Referrals
*Mail, Fax, Phone Message Services
*Advocacy
*Food Distribution: Every Tuesday of the month.
*Volunteer services
Job Corps
Training and Employment Programs
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ALBUQUERQUE METRO CRIME
STOPPERS
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS-APS
6400 Uptown NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
PO Box 35207
Albuquerque, NM 87176
(505) 880-3700 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 768-2285 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 843-7867 843-STOP - Anonymous Tips-line
www.aps.edu
Winston Brooks, Superintendent
OVERVIEW: Provides for the overall administration and
operation of the public education system in the city of
Albuquerque. The superintendent is responsible to the Board of
Education.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4:30 PM
www.crimestoppersnm.org
[email protected]
Det. Rosemary Giegos, APD Crime Stoppers Coordinator
OVERVIEW: Offers 24 hour anonymous tips-line
(843-STOP).
SERVICE SUMMARY: Albuquerque Metro Crime
Stoppers provides a 24-hour anonymous Tip line (843-Stop).
The Tip line allows citizens to report crime information
without fear of retaliation. Also administers CAMPUS
CRIME STOPPERS-4TH & 5TH grade levels: The Campus
Crime Stoppers Program, at the 4th & 5th grade levels
teaches children how to safely tell an adult about an offense
they have witnessed.
Sites
1. ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS-APS
6400 Uptown NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 880-3700 Svc/Intake and Admin
Winston Brooks, Superintendent
SERVICE SUMMARY: Albuquerque Public Schools is a
school district based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Founded in
1891, the Albuquerque Public School District (APS) is the largest
of 89 public school districts in the State of New Mexico.
Services
Crime Reporting
Crime Witness Support
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Call for Information
2. APS NEW FUTURES HIGH SCHOOL
5400 Cutler NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110-5058
ALBUQUERQUE MOUNTAIN RESCUE
COUNCIL
(505) 883-5680 Svc/Intake and Admin
PO Box 53396
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87153
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides courses for high school
completion, plus classes designed to meet the special needs of the
teenage parent. Individual counseling is available to pregnant and
parenting teenagers. Counseling includes personal, vocational,
marital, family, educational and life skills. Five day care centers are
also offered to the student mothers. Individual health instruction
and counseling, including home visits to teenage mothers and their
children. WIC, Maternal and Infant care are available on site on a
regular basis.
www.abqmountainrescue.org
[email protected]
A pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides non-urban search, rescue and
emergency medical services as well as back country safety
prevention programs and search and rescue education
programs.
HOURS: Call for information.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The AMRC is an organization of
over 50 volunteers with skills in technical rock climbing,
winter mountaineering, backpacking, caving and emergency
medicine. The team provides emergency medical services
using volunteers who are nurses, paramedics and EMT's.
AMRC is a leader in the area of Technical High Angle Rock
Rescue and is called on for assistance throughout the state.
3. FREEDOM HIGH SCHOOL
5200 Cutler NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 884-6012 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Alternative High School
Services
Services
Alternative Education
Dropout Programs
Education
Elementary Schools
Free School Supplies
Middle Schools
Preschools
Public Schools
School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen Programs
School Supplies Donation Programs
Secondary/High Schools
Mountain Search and Rescue
Wilderness Training
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ALBUQUERQUE RESCUE MISSION
525 Second St. SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
Services
Bathing Facilities
General Clothing Provision
Homeless Shelter * Families
Homeless Shelter * Males
Homeless Shelter * Women
Homeless Shelter Pickup Sites
Missions
SITES: 1 2
(505) 242-2677 242-COPS Emergency Van Pick-Up
(505) 924-1311 Svc/Intake and Admin-Men's Shelter
(505) 243-3310 Svc/Intake and Admin-Women's Shelter
(505) 346-4673 Administrative
www.abqrescue.org
[email protected]
Pastor John Hill, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The Restoration Center provides daily life
essentials (meals, clothing, day shelter, minor health care)
and Christian restorative resources (computer training,
education, employment office) to homeless men and women
HOURS: Call for information
ALBUQUERQUE SANE
625 Silver SW
2nd Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Sites
(505) 884-7263 Dispatch 24/7 - Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
(505) 883-8720 Svc/Intake and Admin
1. ALBUQUERQUE RESCUE MISSION
525 Second St. SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
www.abqsane.org
[email protected]
(505) 346-4673 Ext. 254 Service/Intake - Mission location
(505) 242-2677 242-COPS Emergency Van Pick-Up
(505) 924-1311 Svc/Intake and Admin-Men's Shelter
(505) 243-3310 Svc/Intake and Admin-Women's Shelter
(505) 346-4673 Administrative
Teresa D'anza, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides a program of kind and gentle care for
victims of sexual assault by offering prompt medical & forensic
services.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8:30 AM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program provides kind and gentle
care for a sexual assault victim. The program offers victim privacy
and timely treatment in a calm, quiet and safe setting. Treatment is
provided by nurses and rape crisis advocates.
Pastor John Hill, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Albuquerque Rescue Mission
provides daily life essentials and Christian restorative
resources for homeless men and women. New life program is
a one year Christian restoration program.
Services
Provides overnight shelter for homeless men. All men must
shave, shower, and shampoo. Drinking is not allowed. In the
Restoration Center next door, breakfast and supper meals are
provided Monday through Saturday to men women and
children at 6:00 AM and 5:00 PM. Rescue Van is available
for emergency pick-up of homeless between November 15
and March 15, at 7:00PM to 12:00 AM for transportation to
shelter. Emergency overflow shelter (200 beds) available
between November 15 through March 15, only for those
coming to Mission.
Sexual Assault Hotlines
Sexual Assault Treatment
ALBUQUERQUE SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND
HEARING CENTER
9500 Montgomery Blvd NE
Ste 215
Albuquerque, NM 87111
(505) 247-4224 Svc/Intake and Admin
Conducts the NEW LIFE PROGRAM which is a 9 to 12
month program that focuses on discipleship, computer
training education, marketable job skills and employment
readiness with overnight lodging plus three meals per day.
Social service referrals are available.
www.aslhc.org
[email protected]
Tammy J. Litts, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: To be the leading provider of communication
and hearing services to patients, referral sources and funding
sources in New Mexico. Provides outpatient speech-language
pathology and audiology services for people of all ages and income
brackets.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: SPEECH-LANGUAGE
PATHOLOGY PROGRAM: Speech-language pathologists assess
and treat people with articulation, stuttering, language/learning
disabilities, swallowing concerns, voice, augmentative/alternative
communication, accent reduction, developmental disabilities,
strokes, and head injuries.
2. WOMEN'S CENTER OF HOPE
Confidential location
(505) 243-3310 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: The “Women’s Center of Hope,”
a 10 bed transitional housing facility for homeless women.
Women will be enrolled in a life restoration program designed
to be completed in about 12 months. At the completion of
the program, the goal is that the women will find
employment, move to permanent housing, and lead
productive lives.
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ALBUQUERQUE SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND...
*Individual and family therapy services for children and their
parents
*Child-friendly interviews in cases of alleged abuse or when a
child has witnessed violence
*Abuse prevention and crisis intervention services to families at
risk of abuse or neglect
*Research-based training and consultation to professionals,
parents and children throughout New Mexico
AUDIOLOGY PROGRAM: Audiologists conduct hearing
evaluations, perform hearing aid evaluations; order and
dispense hearing aids, perform Auditory processing Disorder
evaluations, and make minor repairs on hearing aids.
HEARING AID BANK (HAB) PROGRAM: is designed to
assist people with limited resources to obtain quality, basic
hearing aids at a reduced cost. This program is made possible
by funding from United Way of Central New Mexico.
RESIDENTIAL SERVICES: Provides short term out of home
care for non-delinquent children up to age 12, whose parents are
unable to care for them because of an emergency or crisis in the
family, including abuse or neglect. Program includes a variety of
on-site clinical and home-based support services.
Services
Hearing Aids
Hearing Screening
Speech and Language Evaluations
Speech Impairments
Speech Therapy
CLINICAL SERVICES: Provides outpatient therapy, advocacy,
case management and parent education for children and families
affected by child sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect or trauma.
CHILDREN'S SAFE HOUSE: Participates in multi-disciplinary
investigations of allegations of child sexual abuse or severe
physical abuse. Provides forensic interviews in collaboration with
NM Department of Children, Youth and Families, law
enforcement and District Attorney's office.
ALIVIAR COUNSELING SERVICES
1611 Central NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
(505) 247-4622 Svc/Intake and Admin
[email protected]
Services
Carl Regensberg, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Counseling for the following
areas: individual, adolescent, family, domestic violence,
marriage. See agency services.
Child Abuse Counseling
Child Abuse Medical Evaluations
Child Abuse Reporting/Emergency Response
Child Sexual Assault Counseling
Children's Protective Services
Children's/Adolescent Residential Treatment Facilities
Crime Victim Accompaniment Services
Family Violence Prevention
Services
Abuse Counseling
Adolescent/Youth Counseling
Alcoholism Counseling
Family Counseling
Individual Counseling
Marriage Counseling
Mental Health Care and Counseling
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
ALL INDIAN PUEBLO COUNCIL, INC.
2401 12th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87103
(505) 881-1992 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.aipcnm.org
ALL FAITHS RECEIVING HOME, INC.
Melissa Felipe, Office Manager
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides for substance abuse out-patient
aftercare counseling, referral, prevention education, assessments,
group and family therapy, and support sessions.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides out-patient services for
adults, individuals and their families; ages 18 and older. Referrals
to other programs such as detoxification, inpatient facilities, etc.
Call for AA meeting times.
1709 Moon Street NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87112
(505) 271-0329 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.allfaiths.org
[email protected]
Krisztina Ford, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides comprehensive array of services
including prevention, investigation, residential, and treatment
services for children and families who are dealing with issues
of childhood abuse, neglect or trauma.
HOURS: 24 hour answering service for emergencies
Admin Hours 8:30AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: *Child advocacy services
*Services to families in their own communities
Services
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Alcoholism Counseling
Cultural Heritage Groups
Substance Abuse Services
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Native Americans from
the Albuquerque area along with referral from tribal
programs.
2. ALTA MIRA SPECIALIZED FAMILY SERVICES, INC.
1605 Carlisle Blvd. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(505) 323-2267 Respite Home
(505) 262-0801 Svc/Intake and Admin
Jim Copeland, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for family focused
educational services to families with infants and children through
three years who have a delay or are at risk. Services are provided
on an individual or group basis through center-based or
home-based model. Services include education, family counseling,
physical, occupational and speech therapy. Offers home-based
support services to adults who have developmental disabilities and
are living in the community with a family. Short term care for
children and adults (all ages), with developmental disabilities. Care
provided in family homes within the community, client's homes or
adult respite home. Overnight care is included. Provides Early
Head Start services in Torrance County.
ALS ASSOCIATION OF NEW MEXICO
AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS
23090 Renard Pl SE
Ste. 202
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 323-6348 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://webnm.alsa.org/site/
PageServer?pagename=NM_homepage
[email protected]
Kerrie Copelin, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: New Mexico chapter of ALS Association.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The ALS Association serves to
provide information and support services regarding issues
related to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
Services
Developmental Assessment
Family Based Services
Parenting Education
SITES: 1 2
Services
ALS Clinics * Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Caregiver Training
Children's Respite Care
Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/Delays
SITE: 2
ALTA MIRA SPECIALIZED FAMILY
SERVICES, INC.
1605 Carlisle Blvd. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
ALTERNATIVE HOUSE, INC. - LA PASADA
2206 Fourth NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 262-0801 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.altamiranm.org
[email protected]
(505) 242-4676 24 Hour Line
(505) 247-0484 Svc/Intake and Admin
Jim Copeland, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides early intervention, respite care,
personal care instruction, family support to children and
adults who have developmental disabilities.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4:30 PM
Ruben Chavez, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides court ordered transitional care for
inmates coming from federal prison facilities.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for supervised living,
counseling, education, employment and referral to other
community services for ex-offenders. MUST BE COURT
ORDERED.
Sites
1. ALTA MIRA SPECIALIZED FAMILY SERVICES,
INC. EARLY HEAD START
301 5th Street
ESTANCIA, NM 87016
Services
Ex-Offender Halfway Houses * Males
Offender/Ex-Offender Support Groups
(505) 384-0894 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Home based services for
pregnant women and families with children under the age of
3. Also provides home visits that focus on child development,
prenatal education and family support activities. Also
provides respite care and home-based services for children
and adults with developmental disabilities.
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administration and advises them on their rights and benefits.
Works with all veterans relative to insurance programs and other
benefits. Mission is the well being of all veterans and their
survivors, fostering patriotism and sponsorship of programs for
community betterment.
ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION NEW
MEXICO CHAPTER
9500 Montgomery Rd NE
Ste 121
Albuquerque, NM 87111
Services
(800) 272-3900 NM Helpline/Hotline
(505) 266-4473 Svc/Intake and Admin
Veteran Benefits Assistance
Veteran Burial Benefits
Veteran Disability Compensation Benefits
Veteran Education Benefits
Veteran/Military Health Insurance
http://www.alz.org/newmexico/
[email protected]
Agnes Vallejos, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides information, support services and
education to families of Alzheimer's patients, and others who
have an interest in the Alzheimer's condition.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for on-going support
and assistance to caregivers, development of
educational/information programs, establishment of training
guidelines for care givers, increase public awareness of
Alzheimer's disease and the magnitude of its effect on our
society. Also works to expand access to services, information
and optimal techniques for care and support for individuals
and their families.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY NEW
MEXICO REGION
10501 Montgomery Blvd. NE
Ste 300
Albuquerque, NM 87111
(505) 260-2105 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 227-2345 800-Line - (800)ACS-2345
http://www.cancer.org/docroot/home/index.asp
Geraldine Esquivel, District Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Cancer education, transportation assistance for
cancer patients and their families.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 5PM
*RESPITE VOUCHER PROGRAM: Vouchers available for
family caregivers.
*SAFE RETURN HOME PROGRAM: This is a national
registry for Alzheimer's patients. Maintains information for
the protection of loved ones.
*SUPPORT GROUPS
*EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS: training's and conferences
for family & professional caregivers
*INFORMATION AND REFERRAL
Sites
1. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY NEW MEXICO
REGION
10501 Montgomery Blvd. NE
Ste 300
Albuquerque, NM 87111
Services
Dementia Evaluation
Mild Alzheimer's Disease
Moderate Alzheimer's Disease
Severe Alzheimer's Disease
(505) 260-5105 Administrative
(505) 260-2105 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 227-2345 800-Line - (800)ACS-2345
Geraldine Esquivel, District Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for information, education,
prevention, detection, and smoking cessation program referrals.
Transportation services available to cancer patients for treatment
and medical appointments (approval of physician required/ must
be ambulatory/5 days notice required). Provides for funding
research on the causes, prevention and treatment of cancer.
AM VETS (VA REGIONAL OFFICE)
500 Gold Ave.SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 346-3980 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.amvets.org
[email protected]
*REACH TO RECOVERY PROGRAM for breast cancer
patient
*LOOK GOOD...FEEL BETTER: for cancer patients
undergoing chemotherapy or radiation
*CAMP ENCHANTMENT for children ages 7-17 who have
been diagnosed with cancer
*SUPPORT GROUP: referrals and continuing education to
medical professionals
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: As one of America’s foremost veterans
service organizations, AMVETS (American Veterans) has a
proud
history of assisting veterans and sponsoring numerous
programs that serve our country and its citizens. The
helping hand that AMVETS extends to veterans and their
families takes many forms.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides assistance to veterans in
filling out service connected claims with the veterans
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diabetes through speakers and printed materials; workshops
for health professionals to teach up-to-date information on
diabetes; patient education to adults and children with diabetes
and to their families. Adult programs are developed around
specific needs. Also operates a summer camp for children with
diabetes. Provides funds from the American Diabetes Association
for research on the causes, prevention and treatment of diabetes.
2. GIFT CLOSET
(505) 260-2105 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
Cancer
Cancer Clinics
Cancer Detection
Medical Oncology
Patient/Family Housing
Prosthetic Devices
Smoking Education/Prevention
Support Groups * Cancer
Transportation * Patients
Wigs
SITES: 1 2
Services
Diabetes
Diabetes Management Clinics
Diabetes Screening
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
ALBUQUERQUE
2201 San Pedro NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION
(800) 242-8721 National 800-Line
(866) 272-6953 Statewide Hotline
(505) 353-5800 Svc/Intake and Admin
PO Box 566
Albuquerque, NM 87103
(505) 266-5915 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.americanheart.org
www.aclu-nm.org
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: A volunteer-driven organization fighting heart
disease and stroke through funding research and community
education programs.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4:30PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides public education programs
on heart disease and stroke prevention, detection and treatment.
Provides training and educational opportunities for medical and
non-medical personnel. Maintains a free local educational library
and National Website featuring literature on heart disease and
stroke topics. Supports statewide community training centers that
provide community classes in cardiopulmonary resuscitation
(CPR) for basic, advanced and pediatric life support training.
Classes include Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) use and
first aid. Raises funds for research and education on the local and
national levels on the cause, prevention and treatment of heart
disease and stroke.
Peter G. Simonson, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides assistance in investigating
constitutional rights violations.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides assistance to persons in
determining if their constitutional rights have been violated.
Makes referrals as indicated. May accept cases involving
constitutional issues with precedent-setting significance.
Emphasis on public education and enactment of laws to
strengthen and protect freedom.
Services
Constitutional/Civil Rights Groups
Political Action/Lobbying Groups
Services
Research * Heart Disease
Special Library Collections * Heart Disease
Specialized Information and Referral * Heart Disease
AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION
2625 Pennsylvania NE
Ste# 225
Albuquerque, NM 87110
AMERICAN INDIAN GRADUATE CENTER
(800) DIA-BETE Ext. 7134 Hotline (Voice and TDD)
(505) 266-5716 Svc/Intake and Admin
(888) 342-2383 800-Line 1-888-DIABETES
3701 San Mateo Blvd. NE
Ste 200
Albuquerque, NM 87110
www.diabetes.org
[email protected]
(505) 881-4584 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 628-1920 800-Line
Ron Guerro, Associate Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides education about diabetes, funds
research, speakers bureau, health fairs, and camp for children
with diabetes.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides public education about
www.aigcs.org
[email protected]
Sam Deloria, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: "Build, promote, and honor self-sustaining
American Indian
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and Alaska Native communities through education and
leadership."
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: To administer and provide
scholarship benefits and opportunities for students enrolled
at institutions of Higher Education who are American Indian
and Alaskan Native.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides assistance to victims of
disaster. Provides information and community education in the
areas of health and safety, disaster preparedness, family safety and
well being. Provides emergency communication to military and
their immediate family members during times of family crisis;
provides same services to community-based military (Guard,
Reserve) at time of calling to active duty. Programs of community
education cover areas such as: CPR for the community and the
professional rescuer, first aid training basic through first
responder, aquatic safety, babysitters training, HIV and disease
prevention education, family home safety, family disaster
preparedness and safety, injury prevention training, OSHA
complaint training in blood borne pathogens, and community and
business safety and preparedness presentations. Also offers an
Emergency Minor Home Repair program for low income-eligible
homeowners in the City of Albuquerque. Provides volunteer
opportunities in all lines of service as well as administration;
training and orientation for volunteers are provided free of charge.
Services
Native American General Assistance
Scholarships * Native American Community
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION OF
NEW MEXICO
5911 Jefferson NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Services
(800) 586-4872 800-Line - 1-800-LUNG USA
(505) 265-0732 Svc/Intake and Admin
CPR Instruction
Disaster Relief Services
Emergency Communications * Families of Military
Personnel/Veterans
Foreign Disaster Information
Home Rehabilitation Services
Post Disaster Crisis Hotlines
Post Disaster Housing Assistance
Volunteer Opportunities
www.lungnewmexico.org
[email protected]
Deborah Hoffman, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides education and information on
disorders affecting the respiratory system. Also supports
research into such disorders.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30AM to 4:30PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides educational programs
on lung disease, smoking and air pollution to the public and
schools. Supplies information on occupational health issues in
connection with lung disease. Provides education programs
for health professionals. Conducts educational programs for
chronic lung disease patients and for asthmatic children.
Provides smoking cessation programs, camp program for
asthmatic children ages 9 through 12, provides self- help kits
for asthmatic children. Also provides for support groups for
adults with emphysema, chronic bronchitis and asthma.
AMIGO Y AMIGAS, INC
1020 Edith SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 247-8770 Svc/Intake and Admin
amigosyamigas.org
[email protected]
Roni M. Montoya, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides various activities for the whole family.
HOURS: MTWTHF 3:30 PM to 7:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides the opportunity for healthy
skill-building activities as an alternative to the degenerative
activities of crime and drugs. Offering activities for all family
members. Supporting the improvement of education in our
community. Hosting family oriented seminars and offering family
participation classes. These result in a strong community by
fostering healthy neighborhoods.
Services
Bronchograms
Lung Scans
Lung Transplants
AMERICAN RED CROSS IN NEW MEXICO
7445 Pan American Fwy NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Services
(505) 265-8514 Svc/Intake and Admin
Children's Arts and Crafts
Family Based Services
Tutoring Services
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
www.redcrossnewmexico.org
[email protected]
Rahim Balsara, Interim CEO
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides assistance to victims of disasters;
provides formal and informal health and safety education;
provides emergency military family communications; provides
international social services such as tracings.
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•Senior Pet & Pets for People Adoption Programs:
Subsidizes adoption costs for pets over five years and offers free
adoptions for people over the age of 60 selecting pets over two
years.
AMY BIEHL HIGH SCHOOL
123 4TH St. SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 299-9409 Svc/Intake and Admin
•Pet Food Bank: Distributes donated pet food to rescue groups
statewide. Also partners with the City of Albuquerque
Department of Senior Affairs Nutrition Program to help keep
pets and seniors together. The program ensures that seniors can
provide nutritional meals to their companion pets at no additional
cost to their food budget.
www.amybiehlhighschool.org
Mike May, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Amy Biehl High School (ABHS) was
founded in 1999 by two inspired public school teachers
started their own charter school determined to hold
themselves accountable for a student’s success after high
school. They named the school after a young woman from
Santa Fe who died tragically while working to end apartheid
in South Africa. Like its namesake, the school focuses on
scholarship and community service, requiring that every
student pass two college classes, and complete a year-long
community service project that relates to their college studies.
SERVICE SUMMARY: This program aims to cultivate a
new generation of Social Profit Leaders who will create
meaningful change over a lifetime by increasing the number
of individuals from diverse communities who have the
experience, understanding, and leadership skills they need to
support the work of nonprofits and meet identified
community need.
•Humane Education: educational presentations to school and
community groups on humane care of pets and the importance of
altering your companion pet.
• Pet Loss & Bereavement Counseling: monthly bereavement
sessions for grieving pet owners.
Services
Animal Adoption
Animal Foster Care/Rescue Volunteer Opportunities
Foster Care/Temporary Shelter for Animals
Mobility Assistance Service Dogs * Older Adults
Neuter/Spay Services * Low Income
Pet Food
Veterinary Services * Low Income
Services
Charter Schools
Education
Secondary/High Schools
APPLESEED NEW MEXICO
600 Central Ave. SE
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
ANIMAL HUMANE NEW MEXICO
(505) 903-3086 Svc/Intake and Admin
615 Virginia St. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
http://www.nmappleseed.org
[email protected]
(505) 255-5523 Svc/Intake and Admin
Jennifer Ramo, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Policy recommendations to help alleviate hunger
impacting children, the poor and the undeserved.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Full Stomachs ˜ Full Minds (FSFM)
will reduce childhood food insecurity by ensuring that students
have easy access to school nutrition programs and that their
schools can provide healthy meals in a financially sustainable
manner.
www.ahanm.org
[email protected]
Peggy Weigle, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The mission of the Animal Humane | New
Mexico is to improve the lives of companion animals through
sheltering, adoption, community education, providing quality
low-cost veterinary services to families in need, and programs
that reduce pet overpopulation.
Services
SERVICE SUMMARY: Full-Service Veterinary Clinic:
Provides full service quality lowcost care for qualifying
low-income pet owners.
Hunger/Poverty Action Groups
School Lunches * Public Policy Development
Assistance
• Spay and Neuter Programs: Sterilize every pet adopted
from the facility. Perform low-cost ($10-$20) spay/neuter
procedures for qualifying low-income pet owners.
• Emergency Pet Sheltering: Shelters pets for people who are
the victims of domestic violence, temporarily homeless or
experiencing complications arising from relocation or divorce.
Pets receive medical care, food, exercise, grooming, as well as
compassionate care during their stay at the campus.
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mental retardation and developmental disabilities
communication skills, to read and write. ARCA strives to provide
premier services that continually enhance people's ability to be in
and of the community.
APS TITLE 1 HOMELESS LITERACY
PROJECT
1720 University Blvd. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
2. PRADER-WILLI SYNDROME PROJECT OF NM
11300 Lomas NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87112
(505) 256-8239 Ext. 11 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.aps.edu/aps/Homeless/index.htm
[email protected]
(800) 794-7970 800-Line
(505) 332-6868 Svc/Intake and Admin
Helen Fox, Liaison, APS Title 1 Homeless Project
OVERVIEW: TITLE 1 HOMELESS LITERACY
PROJECT provides homeless children with school-based
services to increase chances for school success.
HOURS: Regular school year and summer programs.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The program provides assistance
with enrollment, preschool program, backpacks, school
supplies, tutoring, meals and summer programs.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The mission of the Prader-Willi
Syndrome (PWS) Project for the State of New Mexico is to
identify individuals with PWS or PWS-like conditions and to assist
these individuals and their families in finding services that will
promote their health and allow them to choose and achieve their
life goals and fully experience community life.
Services
Services
Education
Homeless School Transition Programs
Literacy Programs
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Adult Development Centers
Assisted Living Facilities
CPR Instruction
Family Based Services * Families/Friends of People
with Disabilities
First Aid Instruction
Foster Homes for Children with Disabilities
Group Residences for Adults with Disabilities
SITE: 1
ARCA
11300 Lomas Blvd. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87112
(505) 332-6700 Svc/Intake and Admin
Daily Living Aids * Prader-Willi Syndrome
Disease/Disability Specific Screening/Diagnosis *
Prader-Willi Syndrome
Family Based Services * Prader-Willi Syndrome
SITE: 2
www.arc-a.org
[email protected]
Elaine Solimon, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides residential support services and
employment services to individuals with mental retardation
and other developmental disabilities.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
ART IN THE SCHOOL, INC.
PO Box 3416
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87190-3416
Sites
(505) 306-0471 Svc/Intake and Admin
1. ARCA
11300 Lomas Blvd. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87112
www.artintheschool.org
[email protected]
Beth Larsen, Executive Director
A pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides a comprehensive program of art
education to elementary school children in the Central New
Mexico area.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides an integrated, in-school
quality arts education for children. The program follows a
multi-disciplinary thematic approach in art curricula, training the
AIS presenters and delivering the curriculum to children in the
school class room.
(505) 332-6700 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: ARCA is New Mexico's largest
non-profit residential provider of services to people with
mental retardation and developmental disabilities. ARCA
services include Community Programs, where individuals live
in either supported or assisted living arrangements in an
ARCA-owned residence or in their own apartments or
homes; A.C.E.S. ( ARCA Community Employment Services),
which includes branches: Contract Services, where individuals
work on-site at ARCA's work center or are supported in
community employment and ARCA'S Family Based Services
which places children with mental retardation and
developmental disabilities in supportive foster family homes.
ARCA operates a state-wide Prader-Willi Syndrome Project
that helps people with a life-threatening eating disorder.
ARCA'S Literacy Enhancement Center, teaches, adults with
Services
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Services
Art Therapy
Arts and Crafts Instruction
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Prescription Drug Patient Assistance Programs
ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF ALBUQUERQUE
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION SOUTH
CENTRAL REGION NEW MEXICO
5211 Lomas NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
8100 Wyoming Blvd. NE
Ste M4
Albuquerque, NM 87113
(800) 283-7800 800-Line
(505) 265-0443 Bargain Box Thrift Store
(505) 243-6005 Blue Portal Sales Outlet
(505) 265-0619 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.arthritis.org/new-mexico/
[email protected]
albuquerque.assistanceleague.org
[email protected]
Susan Carter, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for research, education, and
information and referral.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for public education
programs on Arthritis and the various treatments. Maintains a
information and referral source library for physicians and
other services. Provides for support groups for those people
and families in dealing with Arthritis. Also operates a
therapeutic pool program with physicians referral. A loan
closet of adaptive equipment is also maintained. Also
provides information on the condition of Fibromyalgia to
families and individuals.
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for philanthropic projects around the
community and also operates a thrift store.
HOURS: TWThF 9AM to 3:30 PM
Sites
1. ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF ALBUQUERQUE
5211 Lomas NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 265-0443 Bargain Box Thrift Store
(505) 243-6005 Blue Portal Sales Outlet
(505) 265-0619 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for programs that buy and
donate therapeutic equipment for preschool children with
disabilities, and provides TEDDY BEARS to police/sheriff
agencies to be given to children in traumatic situations. Also
operates several sales outlets for craft sales and a thrift store for
clothing and household goods. Operates "special seniors" which
provides lunch, entertainment, and clothing to persons who are
residents of licensed homes. Operation School Bell provides
uniform assistance to middle school students, tutorial help in
grade schools. Health and Hygiene kits to school students and
underwear and socks to grade school nurses.
Services
Arthritis Treatment Centers
Information Services * Fibromyalgia * Arthritis *
Rheumatoid Arthritis
ASSISTANCE ANSWERS
1127 Bernardo Blvd
Lady Lake, FL 32159
2. Empty Hangers
5211 Lomas NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(888) 318-8669 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.assistanceanswers.org/
OVERVIEW: Our volunteers have knowledge about
Patient Assistance Programs, which provide name brand
medicine to individuals at no cost. The volunteers speak with
people that call our in-take line and determine if their
prescribed name brand medicine is available, and if the
individual qualifies for free medicine programs.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
SERVICE SUMMARY: Assistance Answers is a
volunteer organization that helps people learn how to receive
name brand medicine for free directly from pharmaceutical
companies in the US. The medicines are made available
through Patient Assistance Programs.
(505) 265-0443 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: For every $50 we raise, we can clothe
one child for an entire school year. This $50 pays for three shirts,
three pairs of pants, six pairs of socks and one pairof shoes. Or
you can also donate items to tAssistance League's thrift shop, The
Bargain Box.
Services
Children's Clothing
Literacy Programs
School Clothing
Thrift Shops
Work Clothing * Women
SITE: 1
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AWARENESS AND PREVENTION
NETWORK
*Electronics and small appliances must be in working order.
709 Lomas NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
*Household items such as dishes, pots, pans, towels and sheets
are always needed.
(505) 242-1414 Svc/Intake and Admin
*Gently used furniture is welcome. Mattresses can only be
accepted if they are new or near new.
Jerri Miller, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for supervised home visitations
along with substance abuse information, intervention
counseling, parent education, and family counseling.
HOURS: MTWThFSaSu- 24 hours
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for supervised home
visitations for children needing supervision to visit in a home
and visits are by court order or by referral from a therapist or
attorney. Also provides information on substance for the
Albuquerque Public Schools. Some other services are youth
conferences, peer group and intervention counseling.
Please call us at 246-9244 to schedule a pick-up.
2. BARRETT HOUSE FOUNDATION, INC.
(505) 246-9244 Administrative
(505) 243-4887 Svc/Intake and Admin
Dr. Michael L. Gaylor, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides emergency shelter services
to homeless women and women with children on a limited, short
term basis. Services include food, shelter, clothing, and case
management. Guest must be away from the shelter between the
hours of 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. No fees are charged. Also operates
the Barrett House Attic thrift store. Thrift store benefits the
programs of Barrett Foundation. Donations of good salable
clothing, household items, furniture, toys etc. are accepted and are
tax deductible. Major appliances are not accepted.
Services
Monitored Child Visitation Exchange
Parenting Education
BARRETT HOUSE FOUNDATION, INC.
Barrett House Attic
4308 Lomas NE, 87110
262-1073
(505) 246-9244 Administrative
(505) 243-4887 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.barrettfoundation.org
[email protected]
3. BRIDGES SUPPORTIVE HOUSING (BARRETT
FOUNDATION, INC.)
10300 Constitution Ave. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
Dr. Michael L. Gaylor, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides emergency shelter for homeless
women and women with children.
HOURS: MTWThFSaSu 7AM to 9PM
(505) 246-0944 Service/Intake
Sites
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides supportive housing services
to qualified individuals who would benefit from a 24-month
supportive housing program. Clients must be willing to work on at
least a part-time basis, advance their education, participate in life
skills classes, weekly case management. Rent is 30% of income.
1. BARRETT HOUSE ATTIC
4308 Lomas NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 246-9244 Svc/Intake and Admin
4. CASA MILAGRO (BARRETT FOUNDATION, INC.)
P.O. Box 25823
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87125
SERVICE SUMMARY: Barrett House Attic sells new
and good quality used clothing, accessories, household goods
and other items to help fund Barrett Foundation’s operations
year-round. It also provides clients with clothing, household
items and furnishings. The Attic employs former and current
clients and is supported by numerous volunteers. Donations
of gently used clothing, household items, furniture and books
are welcome. Pick-up service for furniture is available by
appointment.
(505) 883-8870 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides transitional housing for
homeless women over the age of 40 who suffer from chronic
mental illness. Rent is based on 30% income. Aftercare services
available. Permanent housing option available to graduates of the
program.
We accept clothing, household items, small appliances and
electronics.
* Clothing should be clean and ready to wear. Because of
health concerns, underwear, socks, and intimate apparel
should be freshly washed.
*Career clothing is always in great demand.
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5. CASA VERDE
(505) 246-9244 Svc/Intake and Admin
Students must obtain permission for this service from a parent or
guardian prior to participating in the Clothing Bank program. A
Clothing Bank volunteer or school staff member always
accompanies the student to the BCCPTA Clothing Bank.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Through the Casa Verde
program Barrett Foundation provides affordable, permanent
housing for women who have completed Barrett’s Casa
Milagro, a transitional housing program. The women, who
have all been homeless and suffer from psychiatric
disabilities, have “graduated” and are stable enough to live on
their own.
Each student receives two sets of clothing, socks, and underwear.
If needed and if available, each student also receives shoes and a
jacket or coat. Students may visit the Clothing Bank twice during
the school year, once in fall and once in spring.
With the help of a generous donor, Barrett bought a16-unit
apartment complex in Albuquerque’s Northeast Heights to
provide quality housing for these clients. In Casa Verde’s safe
and secure setting women are not afraid to leave their
apartments to shop for groceries, go to doctors’
appointments, or pick up their essential medications. Each
woman pays up to one-third of whatever income she receives,
for rent. The women develop a sense of pride and self-esteem
from being able to live independently in the pleasant
environment. Casa Verde clients may choose to participate in
Art Therapy classes and AfterCare, a support program for
Casa Milagro graduates.
Services
Children's Clothing
School Clothing
Shoes
BELEN AREA FOOD PANTRY-FIRST
BAPTIST CHURCH
115 S. 4th Street
BELEN, NM 87002
(505) 358-0862 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.feedbelen.org
Services
A pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Food bank for residents within the Belen School
district boundries or stranded in Belen.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Belen Area Food Pantry helps
families in our local community fight hunger. Families facing a
variety of financial and social hardships are able to receive
assistance with love and dignity.
Family Violence Prevention
General Clothing Provision * Women
Homeless Shelter * Single Parent Families Headed
by Mothers
Homeless Shelter * Women
Household Goods Donation Programs
Transitional Case/Care Management * Women
Transitional Housing/Shelter * Women
Transitional Housing/Shelter * Women *
Chronic/Severe Mental Illness
SITES: 1 2 3 4 5
Services
Food Pantries
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS
BCCPTA CLOTHING BANK
520 North Main Street
BELEN, NM 87002
1730 University SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 966-1000 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 344-7481 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://belen.schoolfusion.us/
[email protected]
www.bccpta.org
[email protected]
Ron Marquez, Superintendent
OVERVIEW: Provides for public education programs, and
special education and support programs.
HOURS: MTWThF - 8 AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: SPECIAL EDUCATION: For
preschoolers offers early intervention from birth to age 2, services
for special needs for children ages 3 and older and individualized
education programs for children ages 3 and older. PARENTING
TEENS PROGRAM: Offers stay in school guidance through
support, encouragement, Medicaid access, teen parenting classes,
child development classes,goal setting, school completion and
choice options direction. Day care for teen parents. STUDENT
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Identifies, screens and assists
students who may be negatively affected by stress, divorce, grief,
school failure, teen pregnancy, peer pressure or use of alcohol and
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides clothing to any APS k-12 student
who is in need.
HOURS: TWThF 9AM to 1PM during the school year
Closed on APS school holidays.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The bank is sponsored by the
Bernalillo County Council of PTA. The Clothing Bank is a
non-profit organization with a primary objective to provide
clothing to any student K-12 who is in need.
The Clothing Bank is open to serve Albuquerque Public
Schools students. At this time, students who need clothing
can only be referred by their school principal, counselor,
nurse, or teacher.
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drugs. CHILD FIND: Developmental screening from birth
through 5 years and programs for preschool children with
special needs. Special education programs for children of all
ages with disabilities. HEALTH ISSUES EDUCATION:
Concerned primarily with in-school health problems.
Provides speakers for school age health topics on substance
abuse, life skills and teen sexuality issues. Substance abuse
program consists of preventive education, school based
student groups that assist with peer education. also provision
is made for student assistance, substance abuse materials and
community education.
BETHESDA SDA CHURCH
1800 Arno St. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 243-6203 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://albuquerquebethesda22.adventistchurchconnect.org/index.
php
[email protected]
Tony Brown, Pastor
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving residents in the
87102 zip code. Call for hours and information.
Services
Child Care Centers
Services
Food Pantries
Alternative Education
Dropout Programs
Education
Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
Preschools
Public Schools
School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen
Programs
Secondary/High Schools
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU
2625 Pennsylvania NE
Suite 2050
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(505) 346-0110 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.bbbsw.org
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Consumer business complaint processing and
provides information on area business.
HOURS: MTWTh 8AM to 5PM
F 8AM to 3PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides pre-purchase information on
companies and charities locally and nationwide. Also provides
general information on offers and trade practices. Mediation of
customer complaints against a business on any marketplace
transaction. Free arbitration program with participating
manufactures.
BETHEL COMMUNITY STOREHOUSE
1719 4th Street
MORIARTY, NM 87035
(505) 832-6642 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.bethelstorehouse.org
[email protected]
Linda Smith, Executive Director
A pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides food, clothing and household
assistance for Moriarty, surrounding East Mountain area and
the Estancia Valley region.
HOURS: TWThF 10AM to 5PM
Sa 12PM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides emergency food and
clothing assistance for homeless and low income people of
the East Mountain and Estancia Valley areas. Food is
distributed on Tue, Wed, Thur, and Fri from 12PM to
3:45PM. The thrift store has expanded hours. The thrift store
provides quality used merchandise at discount prices.
Services
Better Business Bureaus
Business Associations
Consumer Complaints
Consumer Education
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL
NEW MEXICO
2500 Louisiana Blvd
Ste 200
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Services
Food Pantries
General Clothing Provision
General Furniture Provision
Homeless Motel Vouchers * Families with Children
Household Goods
Thrift Shops
(505) 881-0599 Donation Center
(505) 837-9223 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.bbbs-cnm.org
[email protected]
Angela Reed-Padilla, CEO
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides one-to-one mentoring between an adult
mentor and at-risk child.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
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SERVICE SUMMARY: Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Central New Mexico, Inc builds a stronger community
through the creation and support of positive, one to one
relationships between children and adult volunteers.
BOSQUE FARMS PUBLIC LIBRARY
1255 West Bosque Loop
Bosque Farms, NM 87068
(505) 869-2227 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
http://bosquefarmslibrary.com/default.aspx
[email protected]
Adult/Child Mentoring Programs
Donation Pickups
Household Goods Donation Programs
Mentoring Services Volunteer Opportunities
OVERVIEW: Provides an unique and traditional library
services.
HOURS: Call for library hours
SERVICE SUMMARY: More than just books: public access
Internet computers, three daily newspapers, inter-library to
libraries across the US, homebound and community outreach
programs, home school testing, year round reading programs, 1st5th grade reading tutors and the latest reference materials, plus
audio books and videos.
BIRTHRIGHT OF ALBUQUERQUE, INC.
3228 Candelaria NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 262-2235 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
http://www.birthright.org/
[email protected]
Children's Reading Clubs
Literary Societies/Book Reading Clubs
Public Libraries
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides positive support for pregnant
women and free pregnancy tests.
HOURS: MW 10AM to 4:30 PM
TThF 10AM to 3PM
BOUND FOR SUCCESS, INC.
836 Camino Del Pueblo
BERNALILL0, NM 87004
Sites
1. BIRTHRIGHT OF ALBUQUERQUE, INC.
3228 Candelaria NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 771-8228 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.bound-4-success.org
[email protected]
(505) 262-2235 Svc/Intake and Admin
Ms. Fawn Dolan, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Bound for Success operates NEARLY NEW- A
Repeat Boutique-.
HOURS: TWTHFS 11AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Bound for Success provides clothing
to women and families in transition, impacting their self-esteem
and efforts to become self-sufficient and gainfully employed.
SERVICE SUMMARY: BirthRight encourages
non-interrupted pregnancy by giving free pregnancy tests,
practical and moral support and information about
community services. Distribution of donated maternity and
baby cloths. Maintains a speaker's bureau available to schools,
civic and church groups.
Services
2. BIRTHRIGHT OF RIO RANCHO, INC.
2704 Southern Boulevard
#7
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
General Clothing Provision
General Clothing Provision * Women
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
(505) 891-1430 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 550-4900 800-Line
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA GREAT
SOUTHWEST COUNCIL
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides positive support
services for pregnant women and free pregnancy tests.
5841 Office Boulevard NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109
Services
(800) 368-9218 800-Line
(505) 345-8603 Svc/Intake and Admin
Baby Clothing
Maternity Clothing
Pregnancy Testing
SITES: 1 2
www.gswcbsa.org
[email protected]
Chris Shelby, Council Scout Executive
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides many programs designed to promote
youth development in all its facets.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides programs which instill
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values in young people and prepares them to make ethical choices.
Conducts aggressive campaigns to combat child abuse,
hunger, illiteracy and youth unemployment. Special emphasis
programs to promote family living and scouting for children
with disabilities. High school program is co-educational and
emphasizes vocational and career awareness.
Services
Boys/Girls Clubs
Recreational Activities/Sports
Team Sports/Leagues
SITES: 1 2
BOYS TOWN NATIONAL HOTLINE
Services
14100 Crawford Street
Boys Town, NE 68010
Adult/Child Mentoring Programs
Mentoring Services Volunteer Opportunities
Scouting Programs * Boys
Special Interest Camps * Boys
(800) 448-3000 800 Crisis Hotline 24/7
(402) 498-1300 Administrative
www.girlsandboystown.org
[email protected]
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF
ALBUQUERQUE
OVERVIEW: The Boys Town National Hotline is a 24-hour
crisis, resource and referral line.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Boys Town is a beacon of hope for
America’s children and families through its life-changing youth
care and health care programs across the United States. Founded
by Father Edward Flanagan in 1917, Boys Town is now 90 years
strong. Through a continuum of family services, the nonprofit,
nonsectarian organization provides the right services at the right
time based on a child’s or family’s needs. Boys Town offers
children and families services in their own homes, or, when
necessary, family-like out-of-home services to children with special
treatment needs. Boys Town works with communities and
schools in order to meet the growing and more diverse needs of
today’s children and families.
3333 Truman NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 881-0777 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.bgccnm.org
[email protected]
Timothy Sheahan, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for social, educational and
recreational programs programs for youth ages 6 to 18.
HOURS: MTTHF 3PM to 7PM / Wed 1PM to 7PM
Summer & School Holidays
MTWTHF 7AM to 6PM
Services
Case/Care Management * At Risk Youth
Children's/Adolescent Residential Treatment Facilities
Runaway Prevention Programs
Runaway/Homeless Youth Counseling
Runaway/Homeless Youth Hotlines
Runaway/Youth Shelters
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Sites
1. BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF ALBUQUERQUE
3333 Truman NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 881-0777 Svc/Intake and Admin
Timothy Sheahan, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides activities for boys and
girls ages 6 to 18, including homework assistance, tutoring,
job counseling and placement, Smart Moves Program,
citizenship and leadership development, dance classes, field
trips, arts and crafts, basketball league, karate,tennis, and
swimming. Summer breakfast and lunch program at Old
Town and Heights branches only.
BRAIN INJURY ALLIANCE OF NEW MEXICO
3232 Candelaria NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(888) 292-7415 800-Line/Toll Free
(505) 292-7414 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.braininjurynm.org
2. BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF ALBUQUERQUE
WEST SIDE
4600 Sundt Rd
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for advocacy, education, and
information and referral service on issues involving brain/head
injury.
HOURS: Call for information and times
(505) 892-3191 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides activities for boys and
girls ages 6 to 18, including homework assistance, tutoring,
job counseling and placement, Smart Moves Program,
citizenship and leadership development, dance classes, field
trips, arts and crafts, basketball league, karate, tennis,
swimming.
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Sites
Services
1. BRAIN INJURY ALLIANCE OF NEW MEXICO
3232 Candelaria NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Breast Cancer
Cancer Detection
Support Groups * Breast Cancer
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
(888) 292-7415 800-Line/Toll Free
(505) 292-7414 Svc/Intake and Admin
CAMP FIRE USA NEW MEXICO COUNCIL
SERVICE SUMMARY: Monthly meetings are held in
three communities across the state to help consumers and
family members cope more effectively with their head
injuries.. The State Resource Center provides general
information about traumatic brain injury and referrals to
appropriate community providers or government agencies.
BIANM sponsors educational seminars and conferences on
topics of interest to survivors of head injury, their families,
concerned professionals, and community supporters.
Headway, the official voice of the New Mexico Head Injury
Foundation, is published four times per year.
1613 University NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 842-8787 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.campfireabq.org
[email protected]
Suzanne Fielding, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides before and after school
programs, intersession adventures in year-round schools and
summer day camps at elementary school sites for children ages 5 12. Program also offered during spring and winter breaks and on
some school holidays. Curriculum is designed to build a child's
self esteem, self reliance and a concern for others and our
community and environment. Programs are supervised by all
adult staff in a 12 - 1 child to staff ratio. Activities include arts &
crafts, games, indoor and outdoor recreation, sports, music,
drama, puppetry, science, nature, cooking, supervised free play,
field trips, community service projects and nutritional snacks.
2. THE BIANM CLUBHOUSE
121 Cardenas NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 292-7414 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: The BIANM Clubhouse is a
membership-driven, community-based center that promotes
personal success and independence for head injury survivors
by involving members in community roles. Cooking with
Friends: Assists members with traumatic brain injury in
planning and producing weekly meals at the clubhouse and a
monthly cooking event where members can prepare meals to
take home.
Services
Child Care Centers
Child Care Providers
Services
Brain Injuries
Case/Care Management * Stroke Rehabilitation
Specialized Information and Referral * Acquired
Brain Injuries
Stroke Rehabilitation
SITES: 1 2
CANCER SERVICES OF NEW MEXICO
P.O. Box 51735
Albuquerque, NM 87181-1735
(505) 259-9583 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.cancerservicesnm.org
[email protected]
BREAST CANCER RESOURCE CENTER
Blaire Larson, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: CSNM focuses on reducing cancer suffering in
New Mexico by providing cancer-related services that are not
available through other organizations.
PROGRAMS INCLUDE: Family Cancer Retreat a free 3-day
educational retreat for New Mexico's adult cancer patients and
their caregivers focused on the medical and emotional issues
associated with living with cancer, Outreach to Kids whose
Parents Have Cancer, NM Cancer Services Survey, BioPark Day
for Kids with Cancer.
1009 Bradbury Drive SE
Ste. 16
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 242-0605 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.nmcrc.org
[email protected]
Jahaan Martin M. Ed., Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The Breast Cancer Resource Center offers
non-medical services, including:
* An information clearinghouse
* Advocacy & Help
* A warm, healing environment
* Life-affirming events
SERVICE SUMMARY: St Joseph’s Cancer Programs
seek to serve all New Mexicans by connecting each to
support services, community resources and information.
HOURS:
MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
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CANCER SERVICES OF NEW MEXICO...
Sites
*Find Help by Diagnosis ~ CancerCare helps people with all
types of cancer. Find out what specific programs we offer for your
cancer.
1. CANCER SERVICES OF NEW MEXICO
P.O. Box 51735
Albuquerque, NM 87181-1735
*Specialized Programs ~ Find out about the special programs
CancerCare offers for caregivers, children, post-treatment
survivors, the bereaved, and others.
(505) 259-9583 Svc/Intake and Admin
Blaire Larson, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Cancer Services of New Mexico
is a charitable, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that
provides services to reduce cancer suffering for New
Mexico's families. We are the only statewide non-profit
organization that looks broadly at addressing gaps in
cancer-related services while maintaining a 100% focus on
New Mexico.
Services
Caregiver/Care Receiver Support Groups * Cancer
Disease/Disability Information * Cancer
Disease/Disability Specific Screening/Diagnosis *
Cancer
Individual and Family Support Services *
Families/Friends of People with Cancer
Information and Referral * Cancer
Medical Information Lines * Cancer
Temporary Financial Assistance * Cancer
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
2. LEGAL INSURANCE AND PAPERWORK
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (LIPA)
(505) 999-9764 Svc/Intake and Admin
(888) 668-2766 800-Line
CANINE COMPANIONS FOR
INDEPENDENCE
Services
Families and Individuals Needing Support * Cancer
Support Groups * Cancer
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITE: 1
(505) 983-3650 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 572-2275 800-Line - (800) 572-BARK
www.caninecompanions.org
Susan Bloch, Volunteer
OVERVIEW: A program of providing assistance dogs to
individuals with disabilities.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides companion dogs that are
trained as service dogs, hearing dogs, and social dogs for
individuals with specific needs. This program is nationwide in
scope and has been operation since 1975. NM Champions
provides initial puppy training through the first 13 to 16 months of
the dogs life. After this phase the dogs are sent to a regional center
for advanced training and eventual placement with a qualified
individual.
CANCERCARE
275 Seventh Avenue
Floor 22
New York, NY 10001
(212) 712-8400 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 813-4673 800-Line (800)813-HOPE
www.cancercare.org
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: CancerCare is a national nonprofit
organization that provides free, professional support services
to anyone affected by cancer: people with cancer, caregivers,
children, loved ones, and the bereaved. CancerCare programs
– including counseling, education, financial assistance and
practical help – are provided by trained oncology social
workers and are completely free of charge.
Services
Dog Guides
Mobility Assistance Service Dogs
Signal Dogs
CARE NET PREGNANCY CENTER OF
ALBUQUERQUE
SERVICE SUMMARY: *Education ~ Learn about your
cancer diagnosis, treatment options, managing side effects
and more – all in a way that is helpful and easy to
understand.
9809 Candelaria NE
Building 1-A
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87112
*Counseling ~ Talk to a social worker – a compassionate
professional who is specially trained in cancer issues. Whether
you are a patient, caregiver, family member or friend, support
can be invaluable.
(505) 880-0882 Crisis Line
(505) 880-8373 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.carenetabq.org
[email protected]
*Assistance ~ Cancer often presents financial challenges.
Learn about CancerCare’s financial assistance grants and ways
to get additional help you may need.
Mary LeQuieu, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for counseling of pregnant women on
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all issues regarding pregnancy and related factors. A
HOURS: Call for hours.
Services
Case/Care Management * Health Care Referrals
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Sites
1. CARE NET PREGNANCY CENTER OF
ALBUQUERQUE
9809 Candelaria NE
Building 1-A
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87112
CASA ANGELICA
5629 Isleta Blvd. SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87105
(505) 877-5763 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 880-0882 Crisis Line
(505) 880-8373 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.casaangelica.org
[email protected]
Mary LeQuieu, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for short term peer
counseling regarding pregnancy and alternatives to abortion.
Free pregnancy tests are given. Referrals to medical care,
social services, adoption and financial aid. Clothing for
mother and baby, ongoing support and friendship throughout
the term of pregnancy. Also offers post abortion counseling.
Operates a 24 hour helpline service.
Sister Kay Taylor, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
HOURS: MTWThFSaSu 24 HOURS
SERVICE SUMMARY: Intermediate Care Facility for the
Mentally Retarded for children with developmental disabilities,
directed by the Canossian Sisters, Daughters of Charity. Mission is
to give children with disabilities every opportunity to achieve
personal growth. Each resident has an Individual Program Plan
which individualizes their care. Children attend Albuquerque
Public Schools. PT, OT, and SLP services are provided at Casa
Angelica to support individual goal achievement.
2. CARE NET PREGNANCY CENTER OF RIO
RANCHO
1520 Deborah SE
Ste I
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
Services
(505) 896-2305 Svc/Intake and Admin
Children's/Adolescent Residential Treatment Facilities
Services
CASA ESPERANZA
1005 Yale NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
Adoption Counseling and Support
Early Pregnancy Classes
Postabortion Counseling
Pregnancy Counseling
Pregnancy Testing
Pro-Life Counseling
SITES: 1 2
(505) 277-9880 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.casaesperanzanm.org
[email protected]
Eileen Cook, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Affordable housing for cancer patients and their
families.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 8PM
Sat 10AM to 3PM / Sun 2PM to 6PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Lodging. A home away from home
for families fighting cancer. The facility houses 28 families at a
time for both long and short stays. Private baths, kitchen and
laundry facilities available. Convenient to treatment centers.
Media center with two computers with Internet access available
for use. On availability we serve families facing other medical
emergencies. We are Medicaid providers (prior authorization must
be obtained by Medicaid provider).
CARE NEW MEXICO
MSC 09 5040
Albuquerque, NM 87131
(505) 272-2339 Svc/Intake and Admin
https://carenm.unm.edu
OVERVIEW: Provides intensive community-based case
management using community health workers in order to
increase health care access to the underserved with medical,
social and behavioral complex needs.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The mission of Coordinated
Systems of Care is to improve the health among high-risk
populations in New Mexico by addressing interrelated
medical, social and behaviorial determinants of health.
Services
Automobile Donation Programs
Patient/Family Housing * Cancer
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Cancer patients and their
families.
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CATHEDRAL OF ST. JOHN FOOD
PANTRY
* The Refugee Resettlement Program resettles international
refugees fleeing war or persecution, providing housing,
orientation, case management, ESL, job training and job
placement.
318 Silver Ave. SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 247-1583 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.stjohnsabq.org/
[email protected]
*Community Parish Partnership organizes parishes and
community groups to respond to the social and economic needs of
their communities.
OVERVIEW: Food pantry.
HOURS: Applicant must call on Monday 9AM to 10AM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry for those in need.
Applicant must call on Monday between 9AM to 10AM, to
get on list for that week. Applicant must have a photo ID.
*Homeless Prevention/Rapid Rehousing Program-The program
will service individuals and families who are:
1) Renters only
2) Must be at 50% of the median income for household size
3) For rapid rehousing, must be homeless according to HUD
definition
4) For homeless prevention, must either have an eviction notice
or judgment for eviction or proof of unemployment
5) It must be reasonable that after assistance ends, the participant
will be able to remain in the rental
6) Assistance from one month to twelve months and consists of
rental assistance AND Case Management
Be sure to call for information.
Services
Alcohol Dependency Support Groups
Food Pantries
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF CENTRAL
NEW MEXICO
3301 Candelaria NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Services
English as a Second Language
GED Instruction
Head Start
Immigrant Visa Application Filing Assistance *
Information Services
Job Finding Assistance * Women
Mortgage Payment Assistance
Outreach Programs
Refugee Resettlement Services
Rent Payment Assistance
Rent Payment Assistance * Court Referred Individuals
Rental Deposit Assistance
Senior Ride Programs
Transitional Housing/Shelter * Women
(505) 724-4670 Svc/Intake and Admin - Marble Location
(505) 247-0442 Service/Intake - Bridge Location
www.catholiccharitiesasf.org
[email protected]
James Gannon, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY:
* Professional therapeutic counseling offered on a sliding fee
scale for individuals, couples, and families.
* Senior Support Services include home care services and
volunteer support with transportation, friendly visiting,
respite care, and telephone reassurance for seniors.
CELL PHONES FOR SOLDIERS
* Courthouse advocacy project provides rental assistance to
families facing court-ordered eviction.
243 Winter Street
Norwell, MA 02061
* New Dawn substance abuse services.
(800) 426-1031 800-Line
* Self-help housing in Valencia county provides case
management support to habitat for humanity.
www.cellphonesforsoldiers.com
[email protected]
* Proyecto La Luz provides transitional housing, parent
education, employment, and case management for homeless
women and children.
* Family Education offers English as a Second Language
(ESL), GED, Family Literacy, Early Head start, Child Care,
and Vocational training.
OVERVIEW: Mission: Help our troops call home.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Cell Phones for Soldiers hopes to
turn old cell phones into more than 12 million minutes of prepaid
calling cards for U.S. troops stationed overseas in 2008. To do so,
Cell Phones for Soldiers expects to collect 50,000 cell phones each
month through a network of more than 3,000 collection sites
across the country.
* Immigration services include legalization support for a
family re-unification, legal assistance for immigrant women
who are victims of domestic violence, and citizenship classes.
The phones are sent to ReCellular, which pays Cell Phones for
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Soldiers for each donated phone – enough to provide an hour of
talk time to soldiers abroad.
Services
CENTER FOR NON-PROFIT EXCELLENCE
2340 Alamo SE
2nd Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 247-3671 Svc/Intake and Admin
Cell Phone Donation Programs
www.centerfornonprofitexcellence.org
Amy Duggan, Director
OVERVIEW: To enhance the capacity and sustainability of
nonprofits in our community.
CENTER CITY EVANGELICAL CHURCH
5202 2nd Street NW
Ste A
Albuquerque, NM 87102
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Center for Nonprofit Excellence
is a resource center designed to enhance the capacity and
sustainability of nonprofits in our community. Through trainings
and seminars, referrals, and consulting services the Center serves
the nonprofit sector of Bernalillo, Sandoval, Torrance and
Valencia counties.
(505) 247-7405 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://centercitychurch.org/
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving northwest
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
Services
Board Development Support
Charities/Foundations/Funding Organizations
Fundraising Campaigns
Nonprofit Corporation Development
Volunteer Development
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Services
Food Pantries
CENTER FOR FAMILY & ADOLESCENT
RESEARCH
CENTRAL & NORTHERN NM COMBINED
FEDERAL CAMPAIGN
707 Broadway NE
Ste 402
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Ste. C
1224 Pennsylvania NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 842-8932 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.ori.org/cfarabq
[email protected]
(505) 245-1730 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.newmexicocfc.org
[email protected]
Holly B. Waldron, Ph. D., Director
OVERVIEW: Parents, teachers and interested consumers
will find information on each of our research topics and on
the programs we have developed in several areas, including
teen depression, childhood behavioral problems, adolescent
substance use, and managing chronic physical illness.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Free treatment for
substance-abusing adolescents and their families. Intake
appointment for teen and parent/guardian, Pre-treatment
assesment, therapy once a week for 14 weeks, follow-up visits
every 6 mos.
Cyndi Ankiewicz, Manager, CFC
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: New Mexico Charities serves as the Principal
Combined Fund Organization for the Central & Northern New
Mexico Combined Federal Campaign.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: The mission of the Combined Federal
Campaign (CFC) is to support and to promote philanthropy
through a program that is employee-focused, cost-efficient and
effective in providing all Federal employees the opportunity to
improve the quality of life for all.
Services
Adolescent/Youth Counseling
Substance Abuse Services * Adolescents
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
All Federal employees have the opportunity to contribute to the
Combined Federal Campaign. Our campaign services the Central
and Northern New Mexico areas. If you are a Federal employee in
this area, you may donate to our campaign.
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Services
Campus sites: South Valley, Main, Montoya, Rio Rancho, and our
new West Side Instructional Facility.
Fundraising Campaigns
Nonprofit Corporation Development
It is not necessary to be a TVI student to receive tutoring at TVI.
All adult learners are welcome. All tutoring services are free
CENTRAL NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY
COLLEGE
525 Buena Vista SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
4. NEW MEXICO RESOURCES
SERVICE SUMMARY: NewMexicoResources.org is a web
site that provides detailed information about a variety of
government-funded assistance programs available to low and
moderate-income individuals and families living in New Mexico. It
provides practical information on what benefits are available,
eligibility requirements, how to apply, benefit amounts, and
answers to commonly asked questions.
(505) 224-4667 Information Only
(505) 224-3000 Svc/Intake and Admin - Main Switchboard
(505) 224-4829 Tax Preparation Assistance line - 224-4TAX
www.cnm.edu
[email protected]
Dr. Rudy Garcia, Dean Of Students
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of educational
opportunities for Albuquerque and the surrounding area.
HOURS: Call for information
Services
Sites
Adult Education
Adult Literacy Programs
Community Colleges
Continuing Education
English as a Second Language
GED Instruction
Tax Preparation Assistance
Vocational Education
Websites * Benefits Screening
SITES: 1 2 3 4
1. CENTRAL NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY
COLLEGE
525 Buena Vista SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
(505) 224-3000 Svc/Intake and Admin - Main Switchboard
(505) 224-4829 Tax Preparation Assistance line - 224-4TAX
Dr. Rudy Garcia, Dean Of Students
SERVICE SUMMARY: TV-I is a Community college
providing a variety of educational opportunities that include:
Associates Degrees, Certificates in business, Health
technologies, Trades Occupations, transfer courses in Liberal
Arts, College Prep courses, English as a Second Language,
GED Preparation, GED Testing, Reading and Math courses.
CENTRAL NEW MEXICO HOUSING
CORPORATION
703 Osuna Road
Ste 2
Albuquerque, NM 87113
2. CENTRAL NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY
COLLEGE FOUNDATION
525 Buena Vista SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 345-4949 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.centralnmhousing.org
[email protected]
(505) 224-4685 Svc/Intake and Admin
Joseph Stevens, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Weatherization for low-income occupant
homeowners.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Weatherization Assistance
Program (WAP) is a federally funded grant program that helps
Americans with low incomes to significantly reduce their energy
costs. it works to improve their health and safety by implementing
energy-saving measures in their homes.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The CNM Foundation support's
CNM's mission to develop skilled employees by supporting
programs that help CNM students reach their educational
goals and serve the community. GED Outreach for the Place
Bound: provides GED and college preparation classes to
Bernalillo County adult and juvenile detention and halfway
house residents.
Typical weatherization services may include: weather-stripping,
caulking, replacing broken glass, insulation, tuning up furnace or
heating unit, tips on how to save more energy.
3. LITERACY VOLUNTEERS CENTRAL NEW
MEXICO COMMUNITY COLLEGE
2000 Coal SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 224-4313 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Volunteer tutoring serving
English as a Second Language and Basic Literacy adult
learners.
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Services
Services
Furnace Maintenance/Repair
Weatherization Programs
Disease/Disability Information * Cerebral Palsy
Support Groups * Cerebral Palsy
CENTRAL REGIONAL EDUCATION
COOPERATIVE
CHECKERBOARD AREA HEALTH SYSTEM
6349 Hwy 550
CUBA, NM 87013
5323 Menaul NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(575) 289-3291 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 889-3412 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 730-2399 800-Line
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of outpatient medical/dental
and other services. EMS program.
HOURS: Clinic MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
EMS 24/7
SERVICE SUMMARY: Clinics provide general outpatient
medical and dental services, laboratory, radiology, pharmacy,
school health, perinatal program, substance abuse, and mental
health services for the local communities. Agency accepts private
insurance, Medicaid Managed Care, Medicaid fee-for-service, IHS,
and uninsured patients. Staff speak Spanish and Navajo. Jemez
Valley Clinic located at 8372 State Hwy 4.
www.crecnm.org
[email protected]
Maria Jaramillo, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Special education for children with
developmental disabilities.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides vocational assessments
and parent training for children with disabilities. Special
education for children with developmental disabilities D12,
D14, E10, E50, E64. Coordinates Child Find development
screening which identifies children with developmental
disabilities.
Services
Childhood Immunizations
Dental Care
General Medical Care
Health Screening/Diagnostic Services
Mental Health Care and Counseling
Services
Early Intervention for Children with
Disabilities/Delays
Special Education Assessment * Developmental
Disabilities
CHILDREN'S CANCER FUND OF NEW
MEXICO
112 14th Street SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
CEREBAL PALSY PARENT ASSOCIATION
1127 University Blvd, N.E.
Carrie Tingley Hospital
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 243-3618 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.ccfnm.org
[email protected]
(505) 272-5296 Svc/Intake and Admin
Diane Trujeque, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Helping New Mexico's children and their
families with their day to day emotional, financial and educational
needs of living with, and fighting cancer since 1972.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Through our Helping Hand Program,
our goals are:
cppa-nm.chrisquirk.org
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: The Cerebral Palsy Parent Association
(CPPA) seeks to promote the quality of like for individuals
and their families affected by Cerebral Palsy and other special
needs. We do this by fostering understanding, communication
and a vision for the future. The CPPA will proactively
address issues of advocacy, accessibility and public awareness
in educational, legal, and politicial arenas.
SERVICE SUMMARY: CPPA offers support and
understanding for families who share the unique and
common bond of having a family member with special needs.
CPPA distributes information to assist families with
community resources, legal, insurance, medical, and school
issues, during monthly upport meetings. We arrange
recreational activities and programs for families throughout
the year. Families are out strength and through our common
bond we seek to fulfill the lives of our children.
To ensure all families basic needs are being met by providing
assistance with rent, utilities, food, transportation, clothing, and
special needs based on each individual child.
To provide playroom supplies, snacks, and toys to the Pediatric
Oncology Clinic for our children and their families.
To grant any special requests that the families make in their time
of need.
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Services
CHOICES FOR CHILDREN
808 Menual Blvd. NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
Disease/Disability Information * Cancer * Children
Medical Expense Assistance * Cancer
Support Groups * Cancer
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
(505) 242-6363 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.choicesforchildrendayschool.com/
[email protected]
CHILDREN'S GRIEF CENTER OF NEW
MEXICO, INC.
Freda K. Arellano, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Childcare services
HOURS: MTWThF 6:30AM to 6PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: For children ages 6 weeks to 12 years
in a group setting. Program includes infant care, day care,
preschool, state accredited kindergarten, latchkey service, meals
and snacks. Indoor swimming pool, and gymnasium. Certified
staff and low student to teacher ratio.
(505) 323-0478 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.childrensgrief.org
[email protected]
Jade Bock, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The Children's Grief Center offers support
groups to families who have sustained the death of an
important person within the past few years. We serve families
with children between 5 and 17 years old; we meet in NE
Albuquerque. Families and interested professionals seeking
information may call 323-0478. We do a telephone contact
and personal interview with the family. Anyone, including
families may access the Center by calling 323-0478
HOURS: Call for Meeting times
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Children's Grief Center of
New Mexico is a non-profit, non-denominational
organization that provides a safe and supportive environment
for children, teens and their families. We provide ongoing
grief support programs to help children and their caregivers
move through the healing process
Services
Child Care Centers
Infant Care Centers
CHRISTINA KENT EARLY CHILDHOOD
CENTER
423 Third Street SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 242-0557 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.christinakent.org
[email protected]
Our Guiding Principles:
*Grief is a natural reaction to death for children as well as for
adults.
*Individuals have the natural capacity to heal themselves.
*Grief is a unique and individual experience.
*Caring and acceptance help the healing process.
Mary Bliss, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Child care, preschool education and nutritional
services.
HOURS: MTWThF 7:30AM to 5:30PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides high quality child care, play
based early education and nutritional services for children between
the ages of 2 and 5. Sliding scale tution is charged based on family
income. Families served must qualify as low income and must be
employed or a full time student. CKDN is accredited by National
Association of the Education of Young Children.
Our Services:
*Facilitated peer support groups
*Supervised play, art and story telling
*Informational and referral services for families,
professionals and the community
*Education Programs for professionals and community
members
Services
Child Care Centers
Early Childhood Education
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Eligibility based on income
and family size.
Services
CHURCH OF GOD NEW MEXICO
Bereavement Counseling * Children
Support Groups * Bereaved Parents
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
4923 Prospect NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 889-2939 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.cognm.org
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: Food pantry and soup kitchen.
HOURS: Call for hours of operation.
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SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving northeast
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
Sites
1. CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE (COA)
One Civic Plaza NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
Services
(505) 768-2000 Svc/Intake and Admin - Information Only
Food Pantries
Soup Kitchens
Mayor Richard J. Berry, Mayor
2. COA ALAMOSA MULTI-SERVICE CENTER
6900 Gonzales Road
Albuquerque, NM 87121
CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY
300 56th St NW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
(505) 836-8800 Alamosa Center
(505) 256-2005 Low-cost carseat program
(505) 839-0330 Svc/Intake and Admin
Martin Cervantes, Pastor
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving northwest
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Multi-Service Centers provide the
following: Program space for women's prenatal and postnatal
health care, general family practice health care, dental services,
women, infant and children nutrition programs, State of New
Mexico Department of Public Health field office, Albuquerque
Public Schools (TVI), English as a second language classes, after
school tutoring programs, and meeting space for service
organizations and neighborhood groups.
Services
Food Pantries
Health and Social Service Centers also provide family necessities
such as; emergency food boxes, notary services, emergency
clothing assistance, limited diaper assistance, seasonal Coats for
Kids, seasonal Toys for tots, Commodity supplemental food
programs, coordinate community special events, VITA income tax
services, utility assistance referral, employment referral, and refuse
recycle bag distribution. Also operates a lost cost carseat program.
CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE
One Civic Plaza NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 768-3000 Mayor's Office - Mayor Richard Berry
(505) 768-2000 Svc/Intake and Admin - Information Only
Call 3-1-1 Toll Free Information Line
Call 3-1-1 Toll Free Information Line
3. COA ALBUQUERQUE AND BERNALILLO LIBRARY
SYSTEM
501 Copper NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
www.cabq.gov
Mayor Richard J. Berry, Mayor
OVERVIEW: This is the central site of the city
government. Provides for the administration of all
government services that are carried out at various sites
throughout the city.
(505) 768-5141 Svc/Intake and Admin
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of books,
magazines, periodicals and other reference materials. Conducts
and sponsors children's programs and also activities that would be
of interest to adults. The libraries have copy machines available for
the use of the general public. The library system also has a number
of special collections available. Talking books are available at Erna
Fergusson Branch. There is a book van which stops at several
senior facilities.
MAIN NUMBERS:
Information Line for City Services #311
Police/Fire/Rescue (EMERGENCY) #911
Police (non-emergency) #242-2677
Air Quality (Air/Pollen) #768-4731
Animal Control #768-1975
Burn/No Burn Advisory #768-2876
Cockroach Hotline #873-7009
Crime Stoppers #768-2285
Fire Department (non-emergency) #833-7390
Poison and Drug Information #272-2222
Public Libraries #768-5140
Refuse Disposal & Recycling #761-8100
4. COA CHILD DEVELOPMENT OFFICE
2200 University SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
(505) 767-6500 Administrative
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Case Management: Provides for
family advocate visits, refer and directly provide services to
program families. Also helps with emergency housing, utility,
financial assistance, job development and job referral assistance.
Needs assessments are conducted on children in the program, and
child development activities are provided.
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5. COA DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL SERVICES
400 Marquette Avenue
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 768-3556 Administration
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for a variety of cultural
and recreational programs throughout the city of
Albuquerque.
7. COA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSIT AND PARKING
SUN-TRAN
100 1st Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
PHONE NUMBERS:
Albuquerque Museum
#243-7255
Kimo Theater
#768-3552
Main Library
#764-5140
South Broadway Cultural Center
#848-1320
Albuq. Biological Parks: Aquarium, Botanical Gardens, Zoo
(closed Mondays)
#764-6200
Explora! Science Center and Children's Museum of
Albuquerque
#224-8300
(505) 243-7433 Service/Intake and Hotline - (243-RIDE)
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides public transportation within
the city of Albuquerque. Honored Citizen bus identification cards
are available at the Sun Tran office for $1.00 each.
8. COA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSIT AND PARKING
SUN-VAN (MINI-RIDE)
100 1st Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 243-7433 Svc/Intake and Admin
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Mini Ride provides accessible
transportation to persons residing or visiting in the metro area
whose mobility impairment makes it impossible to ride the fixed
route service. All permanant riders must be ADA-certified
through an interview process at the Mini Ride office. Applicants
must fill out an application form and call for an interview. Mini
Ride provides curb-to-curb service to and from any address in
Albuquerque and most of Bernalillo County. The fare is $2.00 for
each one way trip, which can be paid for with Mini Ride coupons
or cash.
6. COA DEPARTMENT OF SENIOR AFFAIRS
714 Seventh St. SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 764-6400 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Offering a wide array of
information, services and opportunities for active, healthy
seniors and frail, homebound elderly, the goal is to provide a
continuum of care to keep seniors mentally and physically
active and in their homes for as long as safely possible.
Information & assistance, recreation, education, sports &
fitness, volunteer opportunities, meals, home
repair/chores/retrofit, care coordination, in-home services,
and transportation services are available at senior centers and
other sites in Albuquerque and Bernalillo County. Depending
on the program, the minimum age for eligibility varies from
50 to age 60 except for Home Retrofit, which serves City
residents of any age. All centers serve breakfast and lunch.
Lunch reservations are required at most centers.
9. COA EAST CENTRAL MULTI-SERVICE CENTER
306 B San Pablo SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 256-2070 East Central Center
(505) 256-2005 Low-cost carseat program
SERVICE SUMMARY: Multi-Service Centers provide the
following: Program space for women's prenatal and postnatal
health care, general family practice health care, dental services,
women, infant and children nutrition programs, State of New
Mexico Department of Public Health field office, Albuquerque
Public Schools (TVI), English as a second language classes, after
school tutoring programs, and meeting space for service
organizations and neighborhood groups.
PROGRAM PHONE LIST:
*Senior Information, Care Coordination, Home Repair,
Home Retrofit, Home Chores, Home Delivered Meals,
Special Needs Transportation, Senior Centers
#(505)764-6400
Health and Social Service Centers also provide family necessities
such as; emergency food boxes, notary services, emergency
clothing assistance, limited diaper assistance, seasonal Coats for
Kids, seasonal Toys for tots, Commodity supplemental food
programs, coordinate community special events, VITA income tax
services, utility assistance referral, employment referral, and refuse
recycle bag distribution. Also operates a lost cost carseat program.
*Foster Grandparents Program, Retired/Senior Volunteer
Program (RSVP), Senior Companion Program
#(505)764-1612
*Transportation #(505)848-1356
*Senior Sports & Fitness #(505)888-8166
*Generation Connection #(505)888-8105
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postnatal health care, general family practice health care,
dental services, women, infant and children nutrition programs,
State of New Mexico Department of Public Health field office,
Albuquerque Public Schools (TVI), English as a second language
classes, after school tutoring programs, and meeting space for
service organizations and neighborhood groups.
10. COA HOUSING SERVICES
1840 University Blvd SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
(505) 764-3980 Public Housing
(505) 764-3975 Section 8
(505) 764-3920 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 764-3989 Waiting List Line
(505) 764-3994 Service/Intake (Voice and TDD)
Health and Social Service Centers also provide family necessities
such as; emergency food boxes, notary services, emergency
clothing assistance, limited diaper assistance, seasonal Coats for
Kids, seasonal Toys for tots, Commodity supplemental food
programs, coordinate community special events, VITA income tax
services, utility assistance referral, employment referral, and refuse
recycle bag distribution. Also operates a lost cost carseat program.
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY:
*SECTION 8 HOUSING: available to lower income, elderly
and persons with disabilities and their families. Provides
supplemental payments to owners of rental units
*PUBLIC HOUSING: open to low income families, elderly
and persons with disabilities in city owned and operated
housing.
*HOUSING REHABILITATION PROGRAM: provides
help to qualified families in making essential repairs to
privately owned homes. Low interest loans or grants are
available.
*COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
PROGRAM: aids in the elimination of slums and/or blight
areas within the city limits.
13. COA LOS GRIEGOS MULTI-SERVICE CENTER
1231 Candelaria NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 761-4050 Los Griegos Center
(505) 256-2005 Low-cost carseat program
SERVICE SUMMARY: Multi-Service Centers provide the
following: Program space for women's prenatal and postnatal
health care, general family practice health care, dental services,
women, infant and children nutrition programs, State of New
Mexico Department of Public Health field office, Albuquerque
Public Schools (TVI), English as a second language classes, after
school tutoring programs, and meeting space for service
organizations and neighborhood groups.
11. COA HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICE
600 2nd NW
Plaza Del Sol, Ste 520
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
Health and Social Service Centers also provide family necessities
such as; emergency food boxes, notary services, emergency
clothing assistance, limited diaper assistance, seasonal Coats for
Kids, seasonal Toys for tots, Commodity supplemental food
programs, coordinate community special events, VITA income tax
services, utility assistance referral, employment referral, and refuse
recycle bag distribution. Also operates a lost cost carseat program.
(505) 924-3380 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Investigates complaints of
discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,
national origin or ancestry, age, or disability status in areas of
employment, housing and public accommodation. Provides
technical advice and assistance to employers, businesses,
contractors, and others in the development of the EEO/AA
policies, programs and plans. Conducts workshops and
presentations on Sexual Harassment in Employment, Civil
Rights Laws and Non-discrimination in employment,
Housing and other topical Human Rights issues. Works
closely with public and private agencies and civil rights and
community organizations to promote nondiscrimination,
equality and awareness of human/civil rights issues for
dispute resolution. Also works in cooperation with public and
private agencies and organizations, property managers and
owners and government agencies to promote an awareness
and practice of fair housing laws.
14. COA MAYORS YOUTH & JOB INITIATIVE
400 Marquette NW,
5th Floor
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 768-2860 Svc/Intake and Admin
Public transportation accessible.
15. COA POLICE DEPARTMENT
400 Roma NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
12. COA JOHN MARSHALL MULTI-SERVICE
CENTER
1500 Walter Street
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 843-7867 Crime Stoppers
(___) 911-____ EMERGENCY Only Response
(505) 242-2677 NON-EMERGENCY Response - 505-242-COPS
(505) 848-1345 John Marshall Center
(505) 256-2005 Low-cost carseat program
Captain Ray Schultz
SERVICE SUMMARY: Multi-Service Centers provide
the following: Program space for women's prenatal and
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Public Officials Offices
Tourist Information
SITES: 1 3 7 8 11 15
16. MOVE MAYOR'S OFFICE OF VOLUNTEERISM
& ENGAGEMENT
One Civic Plaza NW
11th Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Case/Care Management * Older Adults
Home Rehabilitation Services * Older Adults
Senior Centers
Senior Housing Information and Referral
Specialized Information and Referral * Older Adults
SITE: 6
(505) 768-3000 Svc/Intake and Admin
Amanda Barka, Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Individuals and Groups:
MOVE connects people with volunteer opportunities by
doing centralized recruitment and referral of volunteers
through our web based searchable database. Current
volunteer opportunities for individuals, groups, or seasonal
volunteers. This is a referral program, which does not include
actual placement of volunteers within organizations.
In Kind Contributions
Volunteer Development
Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer Recruitment/Placement
SITE: 16
Agencies & Organizations:
MOVE provides agencies with the opportunity to recruit
volunteers and post volunteer opportunities through our web
based searchable database. Agencies can post fundraising
events on the community calendar as well as recruit
volunteers for special, one-time events via our web site. This
is a referral program, which does not include actual placement
of volunteers within organizations.
CITY OF BELEN
100 South Main Street
BELEN, NM 87002
(505) 966-2730 Information Only
www.belen-nm.gov
Mayor Rudy Jaramillo
OVERVIEW: This is the central site of the Belen city
government. Provides for the administration of all government
services carried throughout the city of Belen.
Services
Child Care Provider Referrals
Child Care Providers
SITE: 4
Sites
1. CITY OF BELEN
100 South Main Street
BELEN, NM 87002
Child Care Provider Referrals
Child Development Classes
Parenting Education
SITE: 4
(505) 966-2730 Information Only
Mayor Rudy Jaramillo
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for government services to
the citizens of the town of Belen.
Child Passenger Safety Seats
Food Pantries
General Clothing Provision
Multipurpose Centers
Recreational Facilities
SITES: 2 5 9 12 13
2. PARKS AND RECREATION
715 South Main Street
BELEN, NM 87002
(505) 864-2830 Service/Intake
Youth Employment Programs
SITE: 14
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of recreation
programs designed to benefit all age groups and interests in the
community. Also is charged with maintaining the parks and
recreation facilities.
Housing Authorities
Public Housing
SITE: 10
3. POLICE DEPARTMENT
607 Becker Avenue
BELEN, NM 87002
City Government Information Lines
Constitutional/Civil Rights Groups
Disability Related Transportation
Human Rights Groups
Law Enforcement Services
Libraries
Local Bus Transit Services
Local Transit Passes
Paratransit Programs
(505) 864-6288 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides 24 hour police protection
and other related law enforcement services.
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Sites
4. PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICE
855 Castillo
BELEN, NM 87002
1. CITY OF RIO RANCHO
3200 Civic Center Circle NE
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
(505) 861-0835 Service/Intake
(505) 891-5000 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for immunization
programs, STD information, family planning services, and
WIC.
Mayor Thomas E. Swisstack
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for a variety of government
services and programs to the citizens of Rio Rancho.
5. PUBLIC LIBRARY
333 Becker Avenue
BELEN, NM 87002
2. LOMA COLORADO MAIN LIBRARY RIO RANCHO
755 Loma Colorado Drive NE
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
(505) 966-2600 Service/Intake
(505) 891-5013 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Computer workshops on
Saturdays, Preschool Storytime Tue & Wed.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of library services
and programs for the citizens of Rio Rancho.
6. RSVP PROJECT CENTER
715 A South Main
BELEN, NM 87002
3. MEADOWLARK SENIOR CENTER
4330 Meadowlawk Lane SE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
(505) 864-8630 Service/Intake
(505) 891-5018 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides informal education
programs for self enrichment and self improvement for
individuals 55 years old and up. Arts and crafts (quilting, oil
painting, ceramics), potlucks, trips, and sales.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides meals, senior programs,
recreational activities, health screening, and outreach.
*MEALS: Congregate meal and home deliverer for homebound
individuals.
*TRANSPORTATION: Van transportation is available
*CORRALES SENIOR CENTER: For information about
services/programs call 897-3818.
Services
Parks/Recreation Areas
Recreation Centers
SITE: 2
4. PARKS AND RECREATION
3200 Civic Center Circle NE
Ste. 100
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
Government Information Lines
Law Enforcement Services
Libraries
Literary Societies/Book Reading Clubs
Public Health
Public Officials Offices
Tourist Information
WIC
SITES: 1 3 4 5
(505) 891-5015 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides opportunities for a large
number of leisure activities such as swimming, sports, exercise,
photography, and aerobics for all ages. Also is responsible for the
planning, development, operation, maintaince, and administration
of all city parks, centers, and swimming pools.
Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites
Senior Centers
Senior Ride Programs
SITE: 6
Services
Parks/Recreation Areas
Recreation Centers
SITE: 4
CITY OF RIO RANCHO
Literary Societies/Book Reading Clubs
Public Libraries
SITE: 2
3200 Civic Center Circle NE
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
(505) 891-5000 Svc/Intake and Admin
Government Information Lines
Law Enforcement Services
Public Officials Offices
Tourist Information
SITE: 1
www.ci.rio-rancho.nm.us
Mayor Thomas E. Swisstack
OVERVIEW: Provides government services for the
citizens of the city of Rio Rancho.
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Services
Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites
Senior Centers
Senior Ride Programs
SITES: 1 3
Children's Clothing
Donation Pickups
COMADRE A COMADRE
CLEANING FOR A REASON
1909 Lomas Blvd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
(877) 337-3348 800-Line
www.cleaningforareason.org
[email protected]
(505) 242-1222 Svc/Intake and Admin
(877) 725-7770 800-Line
Lynn FrankenField, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: FREE housecleaning - 1 time per month
for 4 months for any woman undergoing chemo treatment.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Cleaning for a Reason. If you
know any woman currently undergoing Chemo, please pass
the word to her that there is a cleaning service that provides
FREE housecleaning - 1 time per month for 4 months while
she is in treatment.All she has to do is sign up and have her
doctor fax a note confirming the treatment. Cleaning for a
Reason will have a participating maid service in her zip code
area arrange for the service.
www.cleaningforareason.org
http://coe.unm.edu/administration/partnerships-and-outreach/
comadre-en.html
[email protected]
Elba L. Saavedra, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The Comadre a Comadre program’s mission is
to empower the lives of Hispanic/Latina women and their loved
ones through advocacy, education, information, resources, and
support about breast health and breast cancer.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The project is a culturally based
intervention for Hispanic women newly diagnosed with breast
cancer and for their families. Through this intervention, the
project hopes to improve the psychosocial adjustment of Hispanic
women with breast cancer by increasing social and practical
support, and thereby ultimately improving overall quality-of-life.
This organization serves the entire USA and currently has
547 partners to help these women. I
Services
Our project provides one-on-one peer support, guidance,
information and referrals and Clinic Patient Navigation. We
integrate traditional Hispanic cultural values like the importance of
family and spirituality. We host a bi-weekly bilingual/bicultural
support group for patients and their families. We are funded by
Susan G. Koman Breast Cancer Foundation and we provide all of
our services free of charge.
Housekeeping Assistance * Cancer * Women
CLOTHES HELPING KIDS, INC
126 Valencia Dr. NE
Suite D
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Services
(505) 266-2002 Svc/Intake and Admin
(877) 227-2301 800-Line
Breast Examinations * Health Care Referrals
Breast Self Examination Instruction
Information and Referral * Breast Cancer
Support Groups * Cancer * Women
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
http://www.clotheshelpingkids.org/
John Salamack, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Our mission is to provide financial support
to community programs
for children and youth in New Mexico.
COMMON BOND INC.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Clothes Helping Kids, Inc. a
non-profit organization, began as a program of Save the
Children, Inc. In 1999, CHK became an independent
non-profit organization that supports programs for children
and youth in New Mexico by awarding annual grants.
PO Box 26836
Albuquerque, NM 87125
(505) 891-3647 Svc/Intake and Admin
GLBT-24/7 Hotline/Talkline
www.commonbondnm.org
[email protected]
Telephone representatives contact residents in Central and
Northern New Mexico requesting donations of used clothing
and household items to be picked up door-to-door. They ask
for items that people no longer need or wish to give away. In
addition to telephone calls, Clothes Helping Kids, Inc. also
has large drop boxes in various neighborhoods where items
may be placed at any time. Items can also be dropped off at
any Savers Thrift Store.
OVERVIEW: Albuquerque's oldest
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender "Center of the Community",
now entering it's 26th year of service. Common Bond is
responsible for the most in-depth informational services in the
GLBTQ Community as well as The Under 21 Group, the only
place Gay AND Lesbian teens have to gather.
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Services include:
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Violence-harassment-abuse support services, youth resources,
new to the area information, statewide links, sexual
orientation information and support services, health
resources, support group listings, events, short list of most
requested groups and organizations.
Services
Dental Care
Dental Care Referrals
Orthodontics
Pediatric Dentistry
Services
COMMUNITY FOUNDATION COALITION
OF NEW MEXICO
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender Advocacy
Groups
Individual and Family Support Services *
Bisexuals * Cross Dressers *
Transsexual/Transgender Individuals
Individual and Family Support Services *
Gay/Lesbian Couples * Lesbians
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
http://www.cfcoalition.org/
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: A community foundation is a publicly-supported
philanthropic institution governed by a board of private citizens
chosen to be representative of the public interest and for their
knowledge of the community. It administers individual funds
contributed or bequeathed to it by individuals, other agencies,
corporations and other sources. Community Foundations
uniquely, and by regulations, must also serve three publics: donors,
the nonprofit sector and the community as a whole.
COMMON CAUSE NEW MEXICO
113 Sixth Street NW,
Suite C
(505) 323-6399 Svc/Intake and Admin
Sites
www.commoncause.org/nm
[email protected]
1. ALBUQUERQUE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
PO Box 36960
Albuquerque, NM 87176-6960
Viki E. Harrison, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Citizens lobby concerning government.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: A non-partisan, non-profit
citizens lobby that works for open, honest, and accountable
government at all levels.
(505) 883-6240 Svc/Intake and Admin
R. Randall Royster, Esq.,, Executive Director
2. COMMUNITY FOUNDATION COALITION OF NEW
MEXICO
Services
3. COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF CHAVES COUNTY
PO Box 3167
Roswell, NM 88202-3167
Political Action/Lobbying Groups
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: A non-partisan,
non-profit citizens lobby that works for open, efficient,
effective and responsible government.
(575) 622-8900 Svc/Intake and Admin
4. COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF LINCOLN
COUNTY
PO Box 573
Carrizozo, NM 88301
COMMUNITY DENTAL SERVICES
(505) 843-7493 Svc/Intake and Admin
Mary Altenberg, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Community dental care for low income and
medicaid population of New Mexico.
HOURS: MTWTh 7AM to 4PM / Fri 7AM to 12PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Services provided include:
fillings, extractions, cleaning, x-ray, fluoride treatment, root
canal therapy, simple orthodontia and dental health
education. Services primarily for low-income families living in
the State of New Mexico and UNM cardholders. Crown,
bridge and denture services for adults and children.
(575) 648-2057 Svc/Intake and Admin
5. COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF SOUTHERN NEW
MEXICO
301 South Church Street,
Suite H
Las Cruces, NM 88001
(575) 521-4794 Svc/Intake and Admin
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Respite Care
Sign Language Interpreter Registries
Supported Living Services for Adults with Disabilities
Vocational Rehabilitation
6. NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
502 West Cordova
Ste 1
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 820-6860 Svc/Intake and Admin
COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM FOR
THE DEAF
7. SANTA FE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
PO Box 1827
Santa Fe, NM 87504-1827
3908 Carlisle NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 255-7636 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 229-4262 800-Line/TDD
(505) 255-7636 Service/Intake (Voice and TDD)
(888) 517-7460 TDD
(505) 988-9715 Svc/Intake and Admin
8. TAOS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
PO Box 1925
(575) 737-9300 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.copdnm.org
[email protected]
Edina Jambor, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of services for the deaf and
those with hearing difficulties.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides the following services:
Information and referral, case management, vocational planning
and placement, peer advocacy, independent living skills training,
statewide outreach and community education (including ASL),
counseling and interpreting. Statewide sign language interpreting
referral. Deaf or hard of hearing consumers. Referral from DVR
required for Vocational Services. ASL classes for deaf or hard of
hearing individuals.
Services
Community Foundations
SITES: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
COMMUNITY OPTIONS, INC.
2720 San Pedro N.E
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(505) 265-7936 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.comop.org/newmexico.html
[email protected]
Services
Michael Hainer, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of services in the areas of
employment to persons with disabilities.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for a variety of services
in the areas of job development, placement and training to
persons with disabilities who are seeking employment.
Vocational counseling, skill training, referral, Job Club, group
instruction and activities to develop job search skills.
Provides paid work experiences and skill development in
actual work settings for clerical and other occupations. There
is on-the-job training and support at the job sites for the
trainees. Also provides for interpreters who convert spoken
English to the American Sign Language, interpreting not only
the linguistic but also the cultural meaning. The service is
available to individuals as well as private businesses,
government agencies, conferences, schools, hospitals and law
enforce/judicial entities. There is a fee for this service. Please
call for information.
Case/Care Management * Congenital Deafness
Sign Language Interpretation
Sign Language Interpreter Registries
Specialized Information and Referral * Hard of Hearing
CORNUCOPIA, INC.
2002 Bridge Blvd SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87105
(505) 877-1310 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.cornucopia-ads.org/
[email protected]
Michelle Bishop-Couch, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides adult day care services for the elderly
and those with physical or developmental disabilities.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Services frail elderly adults and adults
with physical or developmental disabilities in a congregate setting.
Services: instruction in daily living skills, arts and crafts, gentle
exercises, daily hot lunches and snacks, reality orientation
recreational, occupational, cultural and other education activities.
Transportation to the program in the Southwest part of the city
only. Health/Medical services provided by an RN. There may be a
waiting list.
Services
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separation and is offered to people of all faiths. Beginning
Experience Weekends are offered three times a year in
Albuquerque and Las Cruces, NM.
Adult Day Program Centers
Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites
Paratransit Programs
SERVICE SUMMARY: To persons who are incarcerated and
to their families. Programs include religious services, counseling,
visitation, education, community resources referral, ecumenical
liaison, team development and community consciousness raising.
Mentoring programs for youth and adults Ex-offenders.
CORPORATE ANGEL NETWORK, INC.
Westchester County Airport
One Loop Road
WHITE PLAINS, NY 10604
Services
Ex-Offender Counseling
Offender/Ex-Offender Support Groups
(914) 328-1313 Svc/Intake and Admin
(866) 328-1313 Toll-Free Patient Line
www.corpangelnetwork.org
[email protected]
COUNTY OF BERNALILLO COB
A pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Corporate Angel Network is the only
charitable organization in the United States whose sole
mission is to help cancer patients access the best possible
treatment for their specific type of cancer by arranging free
travel to treatment across the country using empty seats on
corporate jets. This not only improves the patients' chances
of survival but at the same time, it reduces their emotional
stress, physical discomfort and financial burden.
One Civic Plaza NW
10th Floor
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 468-7000 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.bernco.gov
[email protected]
Tom Zdunek, County Manager
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for policy planning and constituent
services.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 4:30 PM EST
SERVICE SUMMARY: Arranges free plane
transportation for cancer patients or bone marrow donors
going to/from recognized cancer treatment centers by using
empty seats aboard corporate aircraft operating on business
flights. Applicants need to be able to physically board a
corporate plane without crew assistance as well as not require
any form of life support or medical assistance. The cancer
patient or traveling companion must call CAN to register
over the phone when the patient has a specific travel date.
Requests can be taken up to 3 weeks prior to travel date.
Applicant will need to supply the name, address and
telephone number(s) of present physicians as well as make
back up travel arrangements. THERE IS NO FINANCIAL
REQUIREMENT OR LIMIT ON THE NUMBER OF
TRIPS.
Sites
1. BERNALILLO COUNTY COOPERATIVE
EXTENSION PROGRAM
1510 Menual NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 243-1386 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Offers workshops on nutrition and
related topics. The classes are held in collaboration with agencies
like WIC, GED, Headstart, shelters, day cares, summer youth
programs and public schools.
2. COB HOUSING DEPARTMENT (BCHD)
1900 Bridge SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
Services
Air Transportation * Cancer
(505) 314-0200 Service/Intake
CORRECTIONAL MINISTRY,
ARCHDIOCESE OF SANTA FE
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for rent supplement services
to qualified low income people in the unincorporated areas of
Bernalillo County. Payments to owners of approved housing units
to subsidize the partial rent payment made by eligible low income
tenants ages 62+, or those with disabilities. Rent is established by
HUD. Eligible families pay no more than 30% of their adjusted
monthly income toward rent. Applicants must find housing
outside city limits of Albuquerque to qualify for rent subsidy.
4000 St. Joseph Place NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87120
(505) 831-8174 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.archdiocesesantafe.org/Offices/
PastoralOutreach/Pastoral.html
Deacon Steve Rangel, Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: The Beginning Experience Program
facilitates the grief resolution process for those who have
suffered the heartache of loss through death, divorce or
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3. COB PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT
111 Union Square
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
7. COUNTY OF BERNALILLO COB
One Civic Plaza NW
10th Floor
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 314-0400 Service/Intake
(505) 468-7000 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for recreation and
informal education activities at the community centers for
persons of all ages. Sports leagues for adults in basketball and
softball; for youth in basketball. Also provides swimming
lessons at various aquatic facilities.
Tom Zdunek, County Manager
SERVICE SUMMARY: By direction from the county
commission, conducts planning, sets policy and implements all
programs under the jurisdiction of the Bernalillo County
Government.
PHONE NUMBERS:
Environmental Health #314-0310
Fire Prevention Hotline #468-1310
Refuse Hotline #224-1639
Cooperative Extension #243-1386
Juvenile Detention Center #761-6600
Metropolitan Court #841-8151
4. COB PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICES
1111 Stanford Drive NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
(505) 841-4100 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for immunization for
children ages 8 weeks and older. Operates STD clinic at
Stanford office. Walk-ins accepted, everyone eligible,
information is kept confidential. Provides for screening and
detection services for hypertension, heart/chest problems and
diabetes; laboratory tests for common cancers. Provides
WELL BABY CLINICS and FAMILY PLANNING
SERVICE at Northwest Valley and Southeast Heights sites.
Fees on a sliding scale are charged for Family Planning
Service. Also operates a clinic for SE Asian Refugees. Can
provide certified copies of vital records such as birth
certificates and death certificates at $10.00/copy.
Services
Family Based Services
GED Instruction
Parenting Education
Recreation Centers
WIC
Youth Development
SITES: 1 3
Cremation Services
SITE: 5
5. COB PURCHASING OFFICE
One Civic Plaza NW
10th Floor
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
Birth Certificates
Community Clinics
General Medical Care
Health Care
Immunizations
SITE: 4
(505) 468-7013 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for the disposal of
indigent remains by cremation. Family signs over the remains
to the county, after eligibility is determined. The county will
then keep hold of the remains for 2 years.
Housing Authorities
Public Housing
Section 8/Rental Assistance Program Rental Listings
SITE: 2
6. COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE
One Civic Plaza NW
6th Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Election Information
Government Information Lines
Law Enforcement Services
Polling Places
Public Libraries
Public Officials Offices
Voter Registration Offices
SITES: 6 7
(505) 468-1291 Svc/Intake and Admin
Maggie Toulouse Oliver, County Clerk
SERVICE SUMMARY: Voter information for the
County of Bernalillo.
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Sites
CRIME VICTIMS REPARATION
COMMISSION
1. CROSSROADS FOR WOMEN
805 Tijeras Ave. NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
8100 Mountain Rd NE
Ste 106
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(505) 242-1010 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 841-9432 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 306-6262 Toll-Free Assistance to Victims
KC Quirk, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: The road from life on the streets to a
stable life in the community is a long and hard one. Crossroads is
there each step of the way. Crossroads offers:
http://www.cvrc.state.nm.us/
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Assists victims of violent crime with
expenses that are incurred as a result of a violent crime.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides assistance to victims of
violent crime in applying for reparation funds. Application
may be made by victims, family and dependents of deceased
victims and individuals acting on behalf of victims. One
qualifies on the basis of the following; The crime must have
occurred in New Mexico, or the victim must be a resident of
New Mexico in the event that the crime occurred in a state
where there is no eligible crime victims compensation
programs. A police report must have been filed within thirty
(30) days of the incident.
Application must be filed within
*Four week of life skills education and reintegration asssistance
on the treatment unit of the Metropolitan Detention Center
*Six months of highly structured treatment at Maya's Place, a
congregate living program for women released from jail or prison
*Two years of supportive housing in the community at the
Crossroads for women graduating from Maya's Place or coming
directly from the streets
*Continuing care services to maintain stability in the community
after completion of the supportive housing program
Through these services, Crossroads makes a long term
commitment to each woman in the program.
Services
Crime Victim Compensation
Crime Victim Support
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
2. MAYA'S PLACE
640 Grove St SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 266-0110 Svc/Intake and Admin
CROSSROADS FOR WOMEN
805 Tijeras Ave. NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides support, referral, and
direction for women from the time of their incarceration in the
BCMDC through their transition to self-sufficiency. The program
mission is to support and assist women in accessing services
available in the community to meet their specific needs, to enrich
their lives and make significant lifestyle changes. Transitional
housing for up to 18 women for 6 to 12 months. All participants
are court ordered.
(505) 242-1010 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.crossroadsabq.org
[email protected]
KC Quirk, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The Crossroads is a transition program for
women in prostitution attempting to leave their live on the
streets which provides support consistent with individual
needs including housing, counseling, and case management to
access other needed services. The Crossroads treatment
program provides a central component of transition for
women trying to leave a life on the streets. It provides life
skills education, individual and group counseling, holistic
health services and positive social interaction.
Services
Case/Care Management * Women * Sex Trade Workers
Ex-Offender Counseling * Women
Ex-Offender Halfway Houses * Women
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITES: 1 2
CROSSROADS MINISTRY INC.
(505) 344-7572 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Emergency food for homebound living in the
NW area of Albuquerque.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Crossroads Ministry provides food to
those in need primarily in the NW area of Bernalillo County.
Members deliver food boxes to anyone who is homebound,
disabled, elderly or without transportation. Call for information.
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Services
Cystic Fibrosis Clinics
Food Pantries
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
DBM RESTORATION MINISTRIES
Call for Information
824 San Mateo SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Cuidando Los Ninos
(505) 255-7579 Svc/Intake and Admin
816 Broadway SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
OVERVIEW: Hot meals only on Saturdays 11:30-1PM
HOURS: Call for hours of operation.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Serves a hot meal every Saturday
from 11:30 to 1PM
(505) 843-6899 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://clnkids.org/
[email protected]
Services
Angela Merkert, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides child care for homeless children
ages 6 weeks through 5 years, Family support services, and
well child care.
HOURS: Childcare MTWThF 7AM to 5:30 PM
Admin Hours MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Licensed child care program
services 52 children ages 6 weeks to 5 years. Program is
specially designed to meet the needs of homeless children and
includes play therapy, meals, transportation, and pediatric
preventive healthcare. The Family Support Program assists
parents to become rehoused, stable, and self-sufficient.
Parents receive supportive counseling and weekly workshops
on various life and parenting skills.
Meals
DELANCEY STREET FOUNDATION - NEW
MEXICO
Swan Lake Ranch
125 Old Alcalde Road
SAN JUAN PUEBLO, NM 87566
(505) 852-4291 Svc/Intake and Admin
delanceystreetfoundation.org
Mimi Silbert, President & CEO
OVERVIEW: Provides for a residential drug rehabilitation
programs.
HOURS: MTWThFSaSu 24 Hours
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides residential rehabilitation
program for adult and juvenile drug abusers. Combines residential
rehabilitation, vocational training, education and community work.
Takes referrals from social workers, parole officers, courts and
also takes walk-in clients.
Services
Child Care Centers * Homeless Families
Parenting Education
Transitional Case/Care Management * At Risk
Families
Services
CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION
Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities
Substance Abuse Counseling
Substance Abuse Services
Albuquerque, NM 87191
(505) 883-1455 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.cff.org/Chapters/newmexico/
[email protected]
Stephanie Mora, Development Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides information and education on the
condition of Cystic Fibrosis. Also supports the Cystic
Fibrosis center at University Hospital.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Programs on Cystic Fibrosis for
the public and for professional personnel. Supports UNM
Cystic Fibrosis Center at University Hospital. Call for clinic
hours. Provides funds for research for the cure and control of
Cystic Fibrosis.
DEPRESSION & BIPOLAR SUPPORT
ALLIANCE ALBUQUERQUE
3715 Silver Ave SE
Trinity United Methodist Church
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 889-3632 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.dbsa4albq.org
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: The mission of the Depression and Bipolar
Support Alliance (DBSA) Albuquerque is to improve the lives of
people living with mood disorders.
SERVICE SUMMARY: We are a non-profit organization that
offers support groups, education, recreational activities, and work
opportunities for consumers of mental health services and their
families. Our activities are run by consumers and/or family
members. We offer hope and support for individuals and families
Services
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DEPRESSION & BIPOLAR SUPPORT ALLIANCE...
at weekly meetings at convenient locations. Each week we create a
"safe place" where members and attendees are able to meet
together for growth, education and mutual support.
Referral regarding disability rights. Training programs.
Services
Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with
Disabilities
Services
Specialized Information and Referral * Major
Depression * Bipolar Disorder
Support Groups * Major Depression
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCE
CENTER RESOURCES, INC.
625 Silver Avenue
#185
Albuquerque, NM 87119
DESIGNS FOR LEARNING DIFFERENCES
8600 Academy NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87111
(505) 243-8240 Case Management
(505) 884-1241 Domestic Violence Helpline
(505) 243-4300 Legal Helpline
(505) 248-3165 Victim's Assistance Line
(505) 822-0476 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.dldsycamoreschool.com
[email protected]
www.resourcesinc.org
[email protected]dvrcnm.org
Linda McMurray, Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides special education programs for
children with learning disabilities.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 3PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides services to children
with learning disabilities including speech and communication
difficulties, attention deficit disorder from 1st grade through
high school.
Lynn Wood, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Resources, Inc. provides a comprehensive array
of services to survivors and victims of domestic violence. Our
three primary programs are the Victim Assistance Unit,
Counseling Services and Legal Services.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Victim Assistance Unit: A program
that provides an array of services to survivors and witnesses of
domestic violence. Partnering with APD, Bernalillo County
Sheriff's Office, courts, hospitals, and social service agencies we
provide victim advocacy 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including
holidays
Services
Behavioral Learning Therapy
Developmental Assessment
Learning Disabilities
Special Education Assessment
Services
Abuse Counseling
Child Abuse Reporting/Emergency Response
Children's Protective Services
Domestic Violence Hotlines
Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
DISABILITY RIGHTS NEW MEXICO
1720 Louisiana Blvd. NE
Suite 204
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(800) 432-4682 State Wide Toll-free Number.
(505) 256-3100 Svc/Intake and Admin
DOWNTOWN FOOD PANTRY
www.drnm.org
[email protected]
812 Fruit Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Jim Jackson, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Advocacy for people with disabilities.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Advocacy services for persons
with developmental disabilities in the community. Assists
clients in receiving appropriate services from the State
Division of Vocational rehabilitation and from the
Commission for The Blind. Protects and advocates for the
rights of persons with mental illness in residential and
hospital programs. Advocacy for persons with disabilities not
otherwise eligible for other Protection and Advocacy
programs described above. Advocacy for persons with
disabilities who have been denied funding or an evaluation
for an assistive technology device or service. Information and
(505) 256-0366 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving northwest
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
Services
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*Assistance in explaining the judicial process (criminal and
civil)
*Help in developing questions to ask the District Attorney's
office
*How to access a copy of the police report or driving record
*Explaining your rights and role in the courtroom
*How to contact the Medical Investigator
*Where and how to access financial assistance
*Pro bono legal representation if needed
*Support and Referral Information
Food Pantries
DWI RESOURCE CENTER, INC.
2015 Wyoming NE
Ste A
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 881-1084 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.dwiresourcecenter.org
[email protected]
The Victims' Rights projects collaborates with many other state
organizations. support groups, shelters, victim advocates and law
enforcement officials to assist you in finding the emotional,
financial and physical help you need.
Linda Atkinson, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: The mission of this organization is to
reduce the social and economic impact of DWI through
public awareness, education, prevention and research.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Services
Sites
Alcohol Abuse Education/Prevention
Alcohol/Drug Impaired Driving Prevention
DUI Victim Panels
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITE: 1
1. DWI RESOURCE CENTER, INC.
2015 Wyoming NE
Ste A
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 881-1084 Svc/Intake and Admin
Linda Atkinson, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Center provides assistance
to victims of DWI, administers a court monitoring system,
operates the Victims Impact Panels wherein the court
ordered attendees learn of the potential impact of their crime
on the innocent victims by survivors. The Center serves as a
central clearing house of information on DWI research &
statistics and provides DWI prevention presentations to
schools, professional drivers and the community. In
collaboration with the Behavioral Health Center the DWI
Center presents our Research Speaker Series. Please contact
The DWI Resource Center to learn more about the "Victims
Rights Project".
EAGLES' WINGS YOUTH RANCH
514 N. Manzano Avenue
MOUNTAINAIR, NM 87036
(505) 847-0062 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://ewyouthranch.org/
[email protected]
Todd Sledge, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Eagles' Wings Youth Ranch is a free summer
camp and follow-up early intervention program for at-risk new
Mexico youth ages 10-12.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Free five day camp which includes
archery, swimming, horsemanship, care of animals outdoor games
and recreation,...campers stay four nights and five days with
everything provided for them such as bedding, towels, toiletries,
etc. Three meals a day plus three snacks a day. Transportation is
also provided for those who need it.
2. THE NEW MEXICO VICTIMS' RIGHTS PROJECT
2015 Wyoming Blvd., NE
Suite A
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 292-2838 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
SERVICE SUMMARY: The New Mexico Victims' Rights
Project is dedicated to providing education and enforcement
of victims' constitutional rights. The Project is a joint effort
of the DWI Resource Center and other victim assistance
organizations, and is available to assist all victims of crime.
Camps * At Risk Youth
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Call for Information
EAST MOUNTAIN EYE CLINIC
The goal of the Victims' Rights Project is to help victims
meet their legal, financial and emotional needs through: pro
bono legal counsel; assistance in information and case
tracking; representation at court hearings; assistance in
creating victim impact statements and filing for restitution;
and facilitating contact with support groups and other victim
resources.
1917 Historic U.S. Route 66
Ste# D1
Edgewood, NM 87015
(505) 286-2020 Svc/Intake and Admin
Dulce Walker, Optometrist
OVERVIEW: Eye Clinic serving the Torrance and Santa Fe
county area.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Offers vision tests, glasses and
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EAST MOUNTAIN EYE CLINIC...
contact lenses.
ECHO INC.
300 Menual Blvd. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Services
Glasses/Contact Lenses
Optometry
Vision Screening
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
(505) 242-6777 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.csfpcentral.org/
Call for Information
Kirk R. Denetclaw, Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides commodity supplemental food
program.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 4:45 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides free food to families with
children under 6 and elderly age 60 and over.
EAST MOUNTAIN PHYSICAL THERAPY
3 George Court
Ste. A
Edgewood, NM 87015
(505) 281-8463 Svc/Intake and Admin
ECHO’s Food Programs:
Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) assists income
qualified children under 6 and pregnant, breastfeeding &
postpartum moms (not on WIC) and seniors 60 years or older
monthly with nutritious foods, basic nutrition information and
recipes.
HOURS: M/T/TH 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Therapy evaluations, therapy
recommendations and treatment for sports injuries and work
related injuries.
Services
Physical Therapy
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)- is provided
monthly in emergency food boxes for resident low income
individuals, families and other feeding programs in the area .
Call for Information
Emergency Food Boxes, hygiene kits and infant boxes (EFB) are
provided up to 4 times in twelve months for individuals or
families in crisis.
EAST MOUNTAIN PHYSICAL THERAPY
2005 Historic US Route 66 West
Moriarty, NM 87035
(505) 832-4011 Svc/Intake and Admin
Agency Surplus Program (ASP) provides both food and non-food
items at or below cost to other non-profit feeding programs.
Mark Fowler & Cheryl Fowler, Therapist
OVERVIEW: Provide Physical Therapy
HOURS: MWF 8:30 AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provide physical therapy for
injuries and work related injuries.
Food and Nutrition (FaN) monthly special diet boxes are
provided to individuals on specially prescribed diets (such as
medically fragile, diabetes, etc.) who cannot qualify for other
programs.
Fresh Produce Program (FPP) provides fresh produce as
available, free of charge to low income individuals, families and
other feeding programs.
SERVICES:
Balance/Gait Training
Orthopedic Manual Therapy
Sports Therapy
Stroke Rehabilitation
Therapeutic Exercise
TMJ
Vestibular Rehabilitation
Work-Related Injuries
Holiday Food boxes & Operation Merry Christmas food boxes
are available during holidays in cooperation with other Service
providers.
BackPack Program (BPP) provides individually packaged,
kid-friendly foods in nondescript backpacks to area Elementary
School Food Pantries.
Services
Physical Therapy
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Volunteering Program (VIP) provides on the job training to
individuals (16 years or older if un-accompanied by adult); a safe,
fun, supportive environment for adults to learn skills prior to
re-entering the job market; a variety of tasks for community
minded families and individuals; corporate groups looking for
ways to serve the community while they work on team building
skills; college and school clubs and classes, scouts; church youth
groups and other civic clubs.
Call for Information
Community Service Worker Program (CSWP) provides a
volunteer job site for youth (16 years or older) and adults who
need to satisfy pre-sentencing, court mandated or re-habilitation
ordered community service hours.
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ECHO INC....
Job Site Programs are provided in cooperation with a
number of local job training programs for special needs youth
and adults.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Agency accepts all forms of payment:
private insurance, Medicaid Managed Care, Medicaid
fee-for-service, general relief fund, IHS, SCHIP, CHIP, and
uninsured. Senior Ride and Safe Ride transportation agencies serve
El Pueblo Health Services.
Services
Services
Commodity Supplemental Food Program
Nutrition Related Public Assistance Programs
Community Clinics
General Medical Care
Health Care
Health Care Referrals
Mental Health Care and Counseling
Pediatrics
School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen Programs
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
EDGEWOOD PEDIATRIC CLINIC
2 Eunice Ct
#B
Edgewood, NM 87015
(505) 281-4620 Svc/Intake and Admin
EL RANCHITO DE LOS NINOS, INC.
Mary H. MA MD, Executive Director
HOURS: MTWTH 8:30AM to 5PM / Fri 9AM to 12PM
PO Box 2400
Los Lunas, NM 87031
SERVICE SUMMARY: Pediatric care, immunizations,
well child checkups. Accepts Medicaid.
(505) 565-4470 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.losninosnm.org
[email protected]
Services
Pediatrics
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Joseph Barbour, Ph.D., Executive Director
OVERVIEW: El Ranchito de los Ninos, Inc., provides
long-term care to children and entire sibling groups displaced from
their families.
SERVICE SUMMARY: El Ranchito de los Ninos, Inc., is
dedicated to providing long-term care to entire sibling groups
whose families are not longer willing or able to care for them. El
Ranchito de los Ninos program teaches families headed by
grandparents how to strengthen and stabilize the family situation,
provide legal remedies regarding custody and state services and
provide information on maximizing the school as an educational
resource.
Call for Information
EDUCATE NEW MEXICO
P.O. Box 794
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87103
(505) 797-4002 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.educatenm.org
Daniel Ulibarri, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provide partial scholarships to children in
grades K-12 from families with modest incomes.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Educate New Mexico grants
partial scholarships to families with modest incomes,
empowering parents to send their children to the school that
best meets their needs. Income guidelines based on family
size.
Services
Group Homes for Dependent Children * Siblings
Long Term Case/Care Management * At Risk Youth
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Services
ENCINO TERRACE, THE
Educational Support Services
Scholarships
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
609 Encino Place NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 247-4185 Svc/Intake and Admin
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides rental housing for elderly and section 8
rent subsidy programs for those that qualify depending on unit
availability.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY:
ENCINO HOUSE MIDTOWN: Maintains 152 unfurnished
apartments including 30 units in the Section 8 Program for
persons 62 or older who must meet federal income requirements
and are able to care for themselves.
EL PUEBLO HEALTH SERVICES
121 Calle Del Presidente
BERNALILL0, NM 87004
(505) 867-2324 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.elpueblofamilyhealthcare.org
[email protected]
OVERVIEW:
Provides health services.
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Services
ENCINO HOUSE EAST: Maintains 164 unfurnished
apartments including 16 units for elderly persons with
disabilities. All units are covered by the Section 8 Program
and applicants must meet federal income requirements and be
able to care for themselves. The complexes have exercise,
recreation, and laundry rooms and beauty shops on the
premises. Encino House East has a therapy pool available.
Noon meals served Monday through Friday by the City of
Albuquerque.
Crisis Intervention * Women
Domestic Violence Intervention Programs
Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services
Immigrant Visa Application Filing Assistance * Women
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
EPILEPSY FOUNDATION
8301 Professional Place
Hyattsville, MD 20785
Services
Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing * Frail
Elderly
Supported Living Services for Adults with
Disabilities
(866) 748-8008 Spanish Line
(800) 332-1000 800-Line
www.epilepsyfoundation.org
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: The Epilepsy Foundation leads the fight to stop
seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by
epilepsy.
ENDORPHIN POWER COMPANY
509 Cardenas SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Epilepsy Foundation is the
national voluntary agency dedicated solely to the welfare of the
almost 3 million people with epilepsy in the U.S. and their families.
The organization works to ensure that people with seizures are
able to participate in all life experiences; to improve how people
with epilepsy are perceived, accepted and valued in society; and to
promote research for a cure. In addition to programs conducted at
the national level, people with epilepsy throughout the United
States are served by more than 50 Epilepsy Foundation affiliates
around the country.
(505) 268-3372 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.EndorphinPower.org
[email protected]
Jeff Holland, Interim Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The EPC is focused on improving the lives
of people. One of its fundamental goals is to encourage
exercise as a means of therapy for substance-dependent
individuals in Albuquerque.
Services
SERVICE SUMMARY: Exercise Center: Providing free
exercise equipment, trainers, classes and services for the
general public, but geared particularly to the graduates of the
County's new detox hospital across the street from our
headquarters. A large majority state that exercise helps to
maintain their mental well-being as well as sobriety
Disease/Disability Information * Epilepsy
Health Education * Epilepsy
Physician Referrals * Neurology
Support Groups * Epilepsy
Transportation Expense Assistance * Epilepsy
Services
ESTANCIA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS
Outpatient Medically Assisted Alcohol
Detoxification
Substance Abuse Services
PO Box 68
ESTANCIA, NM 87016
(505) 384-2001 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.estancia.k12.nm.us/pages/
Estancia_Municipal_Schools
ENLACE COMUNITARIO
(505) 246-8972 Svc/Intake and Admin
Audie Brown, Superintendent
OVERVIEW: Provides various educational programs as public
education in the town of Estancia.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Estancia Municipal School
District believes in educating ALL students to become productive
and successful citizens. Instructional programs must challenge all
students to reach their potential. All other programs offered are in
support of this. Provides a comprehensive public education
program from kindergarten through the 12th grade. Also provides
special education programs to those students that are identified as
requiring such programs.
www.enlacenm.org
[email protected]
Claudia Medina, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: ENLACE Communitario is dedicated to
serving the needs and promoting the rights of
Spanish-speaking immigrants with particular emphasis on
serving victims of domestic violence.
HOURS: MTWTHF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Enlace Cumintario provides case
management and counseling for victims of domestic violence
in spanish. It also provides life skills training, court advocacy
and crisis intervention.
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Services
Services
Dropout Programs
Education
Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
Preschools
Public Schools
School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen
Programs
Secondary/High Schools
Museums
EYECARE AMERICA
655 Beach St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
(800) 391-3937 800-Line
(877) 887-6327 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.eyecareamerica.org
[email protected]
ESTANCIA VALLEY CATHOLIC PARISH
Betty Lucas, Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: EyeCare America a public service foundation of
the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 4PM PST
1400 Third St. S
Moriarty, NM 87035
(505) 832-6655 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.estanciavalleycatholicch.org/
[email protected]
Sites
Pastor Rev. Robert Lancaster
OVERVIEW: Provides various outreach ministries
including youth ministry, bereavement ministry, jail ministry
as well as emergency basic needs assistance.
1. EYECARE AMERICA
655 Beach St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
(800) 391-3937 800-Line
(877) 887-6327 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: EVCP Emergency Aid: Provides
short term shelter, food, essential supplies and support
services to victims of domestic abuse and/or displaced
families in Torrance County.
Betty Lucas, Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Founded in 1980, EyeCare America, a
public service foundation of the American Academy of
Opthalmology, is a leader in the preservation of sight. In the
United States, EyeCare America provides eye care services for the
medically underserved and educates the general public about the
eye and vision. Internationally, EyeCare America provides free
educational materials and opportunities to Opthalmic training
institutions throughout developing nations in order to increase the
number of Opthalmologists in these regions of the world. EyeCare
America is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose success is
fueled by its corps of more than 7,500 volunteer Opthalmologists
and funded by individual, corporate, and foundation donations.
Services
Food Pantries
Individual and Family Support Services
Personal/Grooming Supplies
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
EXPLORA!
1701 Mountain Road NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
2. SENIORS EYECARE PROGRAM (SEP)
655 Beach St.
SAN FRANCISCO CA 94142, NM 94142
(505) 224-8300 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.explora.us
[email protected]
(800) 222-3937 800-Line
Patrick Lopez, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Creating opportunities for inspirational
discovery and the joy of lifelong learning through interactive
experiences in science, technology and art.
Gail Nyman-York, Partnerships Manager
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Seniors EyeCare Program
ensures that every senior has access to medical eye care and
promotes annual, dilated eye exams. It raises awareness about
age-related eye disease, including cataracts, provides free eye care
educational materials and facilitates access to eye care - at no
out-of-pocket expense to eligible seniors. People may call the toll
free helpline at 800-222-EYES anytime to request free eye care
educational materials and determine if they qualify for a referral
from one of the EyeCare America's 7,500 volunteer
Opthamologists nationwide.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Explora is part science center,
part children’s museum, part free-choice school, part
grandma’s attic, part grandpa’s garage, part laboratory, part
neighborhood full of interesting people, and part of many
people’s lives.
FEES: Uninsured: Free Insured: Medicare or private insurance is
billed, balance waived. EXCLUDED: Eyeglasses, prescription
drugs, hospital services, fees of other medical professionals.
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Services
2. ASIAN FAMILY CENTER
625 Silver SW
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Eye Care
Eye Care Referrals * Older Adults
Ophthalmology
SITES: 1 2
(505) 243-2333 Organization Central Operator
SERVICE SUMMARY: The New Mexico Asian Family
Center provides assistance to Asians and their families cope with
issues such as family conflict, immigration rights, cultural
adaptation and parenting issues.
FAITH TEMPLE COGIC
1004 Broadway Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 842-9078 Svc/Intake and Admin
3. CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES
625 Silver SW
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
http://www.faithtemplecogic.org/site/pastorupdate.
asp?sec_id=180005641
[email protected]
(505) 243-2333 Organization Central Operator
Pastor James E. Walker
OVERVIEW: Soup kitchen
SERVICE SUMMARY: Soup kitchen serving individuals
and family's in need. Call for hours of operation.
SERVICE SUMMARY: As part of the State of New Mexico's
Children, Youth and Families Department, Child Protective
Services works with child advocacy agencies and law enforcement
to investigate reports of child abuse
Services
4. CRIME VICTIMS REPARATIONS
625 Silver SW
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Soup Kitchens
FAMILY ADVOCACY CENTER
(505) 243-2333 Organization Central Operator
625 Silver SW
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
SERVICE SUMMARY: The New Mexico Crime Victims
Reparation Commission was formed in 1981 under the Crime
Victims Reparation Act to assist victims of violent crime with
expenses incurred as a result of their victimization.
(505) 245-7867 505-245-STOP
(505) 243-2333 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.abusestopshere.org
5. CRISIS OUTREACH AND SUPPORT TEAM COAST
625 Silver SW
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Karen Pool, Office Manager
OVERVIEW: The AFAC is a multi-agency facility, serving
the Albuquerque Metropolitan area. The center combines
emergency medical staff, victim advocates, legal and financial
assistance along with law enforcement and prosecution in a
unique system designed to dramatically decrease the stress
and trauma often placed on victims.
(505) 243-2333 Organization Central Operator
6. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCE CENTER
625 Silver SW
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Sites
1. ALBUQUERQUE RAPE CRISIS CENTER
625 Silver Sw
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 243-4300 D V Legal Resources Hotline
(505) 884-1241 Domestic Violence Helpline
(505) 248-3165 Immediate Victim's Assistance Line
(877) 974-3400 Statewide
(505) 243-2333 Organization Central Operator
(505) 243-2333 Organization Central Operator
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Albuquerque Rape Crisis
Center provides emotional support and advocacy to survivors
of sexual assault and abuse within the greater Albuquerque
area, and serves as a community resource on issues regarding
prevention and awareness of sexual assault and abuse.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Resources Inc. provides advocacy
services for victims of domestic violence and is available 24 hours
a day.
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7. ENLACE COMMUNITARIO
625 Silver SW
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
10. PARA LOS NINOS
625 Silver SW
Ste. 600
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 246-8972 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 243-2333 Organization Central Operator
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides victim advocacy
services to Latino immigrants to eliminate domestic violence
and strengthen their community.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides pediatric sexual abuse
examinations and treatment services. Exams are available on both
emergency and an appointment basis
8. FAMILY ADVOCACY CENTER
625 Silver SW
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
11. SECOND JUDICIAL COURT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
DIVISION
625 Silver SW
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 245-7867 505-245-STOP
(505) 243-2333 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 243-2333 Organization Central Operator
Karen Pool, Office Manager
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Albuquerque Family
Advocacy Center is a safe, secure and caring environment
that focuses on the needs of victims of interpersonal crime.
The center is committed to providing victims of domestic
violence, child abuse, sexual assault and their families with a
safe setting to assist in addressing and overcoming the trauma
of their experience and break the cycle of violence that
destroys families.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Domestic Violence Division
serves persons seeking to petition the Court for a Protection
Order who are victims of actual or threatened abuse by a family or
household member. This process can take up to two hours to
complete
Our trained staff and volunteers can provide personal
assistance to victims and their families.
The AFAC is located at 625 Silver SW, Suite 200.
Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, no
appointment is necessary.
(505) 243-2333 Organization Central Operator
12. SEXUAL ASSAULT NURSE EXAMINERS (SANE)
625 Silver SW
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Services
Abuse Counseling
Abuse/Violence Related Support Groups
Adult Sexual Assault Prevention
Child Abuse Counseling
Child Abuse Hotlines
Child Abuse Medical Evaluations
Child Abuse Prevention
Child Abuse Reporting/Emergency Response
Child Abuse Support Groups
Child Custody/Visitation Assistance
Child Kidnapping Alert Programs
Child Kidnapping Prevention
Child Sexual Assault Counseling
Child Sexual Assault Prevention
Child Sexual Exploitation Reporting
Children's Protective Services
Crime Victim Accompaniment Services
Crime Victim Support
Crime Witness Support
Criminal Temporary Protective Orders
Crisis Intervention
Dating Violence Prevention
Domestic Violence Hotlines
Domestic Violence Intervention Programs
Domestic Violence Motel Vouchers
Domestic Violence Shelters
Domestic Violence Support Groups
Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services
Family Violence Prevention
For after hours assistance:
*FOR EMERGENCIES, PLEASE CALL 911
*For Non-emergencies, please call (505) 242-2677
After hours, the Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center
phone number (505) 243-2333 will be answered by victim
advocates who can assist or make referrals to address your
crisis situation. For basic or non-emergency contact with
service providers please call back Monday through Friday,
8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
9. NEW MEXICO LEGAL AID
625 Silver SW
Ste. 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 243-2333 Organization Central Operator
SERVICE SUMMARY: New Mexico Legal Aid is a
nonprofit law office providing free legal representation to the
poor throughout New Mexico in civil cases to increase access
to the justice system for vulnerable populations and preserve
basic legal rights including safety, financial stability and
shelter.
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types of civil matters. Problems handled include family law,
landlord/tenant, credit, negligence, real estate, probates of small
estates, wills, etc. No criminal matters, bankruptcies or restraining
orders. At the courthouse the following is provided: free advice,
forms and instruction materials to low income persons on how to
do family law; divorce, custody, child support and name change
court procedures without an attorney. Provides support for
domestic violence victims through 24-hour client advocacy,
community outreach in Bernalillo, Sandoval, Torrance and
Valencia counties and education and training.
Food Pantries * Victims/Survivors
General Clothing Provision * Victims/Survivors
Protective/Restraining Orders
Sex Offender Counseling
Sex Offender Registration/Community Notification
Sexual Assault Counseling
Sexual Assault Hotlines
Sexual Assault Prevention
Sexual Assault Shelters
Sexual Assault Treatment
Sexual Assault/Incest Support Groups
Spouse/Domestic Partner Abuse Counseling
Spouse/Domestic Partner Abuse Prevention
Stalking/Harassment Orders
Victim's Rights Groups
Youth Violence Prevention
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITES: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Legal FACS proudly announces the development of a Legal
Forms Website - www.Legalfacs.org for indigent and
do-it-yourself litigants. This exciting tool provides equal access to
the judicial system by empowering indigent civil litigants to handle
their own domestic relations.
Services
Certificates/Forms Assistance * Legal Issues
Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services
General Legal Aid
Landlord/Tenant Assistance
Legal Counseling
FAMILY FOCUS CENTER
441 Monroe NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 260-6106 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://ziafamilyfocuscenter.org/
[email protected]
FAMILY PROMISE OF ALBUQUERQUE
2801 Lomas Blvd NE
B-4
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Sandra Marroquin-Evans, Program Coordinator
OVERVIEW: FFC, based at Zia Elementary School,
provides quality before and after-school programs for youth
that enrich their lives, the lives of their families and the
community in which they live.
(505) 268-0331 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.familypromiseabq.org/
[email protected]
SERVICE SUMMARY: The program offers classes that a
student would not otherwise experience in school, including
art, dance, orchestra, bookmaking, cooking, creative writing,
karate, basketball, football and cheering.
Julie Skelton, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Interfaith Hospitality Network provides
homeless families with assistance in securing housing. A
collaboration of churches providing transportation, a day center,
and social service information.
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: IHN is a local, as well as a national
non-profit organization which works alongside people in religious
congregations and community organizations to assist the growing
number of homeless families within the Albuquerque community
achieve and sustain independence. This includes providing shelter
and meals, referring to and providing social service / case
management services including financial and parenting assistance,
creating initiatives and providing community members with a
variety of mission and volunteer opportunities, as well as building
public awareness of homelessness and the needs of low-income
people on a local and national level.
Services
Recreational Activities/Sports
Tutoring Services
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
FAMILY LEGAL ASSISTANCE GROUP,
INC. FLAG
301 Gold Ave SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 217-0464 24-Hour Advocacy Line
(505) 256-0417 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.nmflag.org
[email protected]
Services
Andre Shiromani, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Legal services and assistance in civil
matters, domestic relations and small claims.
HOURS: MWF 9AM to 2PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides assistance in specific
Homeless Shelter * Families
Missions * Families
Transitional Case/Care Management * Homeless
Families
Transitional Housing/Shelter * Families
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Services
FAMILY RESOURCE AND
REFERRAL-ROSWELL
Food Pantries
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
704 South Sunset
Roswell, NM 88202
(575) 623-9438 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 447-9005 800-Line
Call for Information
FELICIDAD FOUNDATION DBA
SERENDIPITY DAY SCHOOL
[email protected]
124 Richmond SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
OVERVIEW: 2-1-1 Information and Referral Center fo
Chavez County.
(505) 255-7336 Svc/Intake and Admin
Sites
www.serendipitydayschool.com
[email protected]
1. AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
118 E. 4th Street
PO Box 3038
Roswell, NM 88201
Judith Baron, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Serendipty Day School is a non-profit,
accredited school.
HOURS: MTWTHF 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Serendipity Day School offers a
nurturing staff who are committed to providing a rich learning
environment for children ages 2-Kindergarten. CYFD & some
scholarships available.
(575) 623-9438 Alternate
(575) 622-3067 Fax
(575) 622-9000 Main
Mary Dawe, After School Program Director
Services
2. FAMILY RESOURCE AND REFERRAL-ROSWELL
704 South Sunset
Roswell, NM 88202
Elementary Schools
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
(575) 623-9438 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 447-9005 800-Line
Call for Information
FEMA-FEDERAL EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCY
SERVICE SUMMARY: 2-1-1 provides free and
confidential information and referral. Call 2-1-1 for help with
food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more.
701 North Fairfax Street
Ste 310
Alexandria, VA 22314
Services
Child Care Centers
SITE:
SITE: 1
(800) 621-3362 800-Line
(800) 462-7585 Hotline (Voice and TDD)
211 Lead Agencies
Comprehensive Information and Referral
Internet Information Resources
SITE: 2
OVERVIEW: DISASTER. It strikes anytime, anywhere. It
takes many forms -- a hurricane, an earthquake, a tornado, a flood,
a fire or a hazardous spill, an act of nature or an act of terrorism. It
builds over days or weeks, or hits suddenly, without warning.
Every year, millions of Americans face disaster, and its terrifying
consequences.
http://www.efsp.unitedway.org/
[email protected]
FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER
7311 Glenrio Road
Albuquerque, NM 87121
Sites
(505) 831-5365 Svc/Intake and Admin
1. EFSP BERNALILLO COUNTY
2340 Alamo SE
2nd Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87106
http://www.fwcabq.org/
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: Food pantry serving the 5 Points area of
Bernalillo county.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Family Worship Center provides
emergency food boxes to those in need living in the 5 Points
area. Applicant needs to call for information on dates a times.
(505) 247-3671 Administrative
Mike Swisher
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to provide
the following, as determined by the Local Board in funded
jurisdictions:
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Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility
to function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people, up to a $300
limit per item.
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility to
function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
6. EFSP DONA ANA COUNTY
999 W. Amador
Las Cruces, NM 88005
2. EFSP CHAVES COUNTY
1002 S. Plains Park
Roswell, NM 88203
(575) 525-1277 Administrative
(505) 623-3323 Administrative
Bernadine Dallago
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to provide
the following, as determined by the Local Board in funded
jurisdictions:
Robert Williams
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to
provide the following, as determined by the Local Board in
funded jurisdictions:
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility to
function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility
to function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
7. EFSP EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER
PROGRAM
3. EFSP CIBOLA COUNTY
1150 Elm Street
Grants, NM 87020
8. EFSP LEA COUNTY
200 E. Park
c/o Southwestern NM Chapter, ARC
Hobbs, NM 88240-8824
(505) 287-8262 Administrative
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to
provide the following, as determined by the Local Board in
funded jurisdictions:
(505) 393-7516 Administrative
Gladys Swisher
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to provide
the following, as determined by the Local Board in funded
jurisdictions:
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility
to function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility to
function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
4. EFSP COLFAX COUNTY
5101 Copper, Northeast
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 265-3717 Administrative
9. EFSP LUNA COUNTY
Deming, NM 88031
John Martinez
(575) 546-6593 Administrative
5. EFSP CURRY COUNTY
1200 Thornton
Ste. G
Clovis, NM 88101
Linda Smrkovsky
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to provide
the following, as determined by the Local Board in funded
jurisdictions:
(575) 769-2103 Administrative
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility to
Erinn Burch
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to
provide the following, as determined by the Local Board in
funded jurisdictions:
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function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
13. EFSP ROOSEVELT COUNTY
1100 Community Way
Portales, NM 88130
10. EFSP MCKINLEY COUNTY
506 W. Highway 66
Gallup, NM 87301
(575) 356-8576 Administrative
Pamela O'Malley
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to provide
the following, as determined by the Local Board in funded
jurisdictions:
Toni Lopez
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to
provide the following, as determined by the Local Board in
funded jurisdictions:
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility to
function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility
to function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
14. EFSP SAN JUAN COUNTY
209 South Oliver
Aztec, NM 87410
11. EFSP OTERO COUNTY
1601 Tenth Street
Ste B
Alamogordo, NM 88310
(505) 334-1180 Administrative
(575) 437-8400 Administrative
Don Cooper
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to provide
the following, as determined by the Local Board in funded
jurisdictions:
Warren Robinson
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to
provide the following, as determined by the Local Board in
funded jurisdictions:
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility to
function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility
to function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
15. EFSP SAN MIGUEL COUNTY
220 Bernalillo Street
Las Vegas, NM 87701
12. EFSP RIO ARRIBA COUNTY
1302 C Calle La Merced
Espanola, NM 87532
(505) 454-1390 Administrative
(505) 753-7181 Administrative
Martha Lopez
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to provide
the following, as determined by the Local Board in funded
jurisdictions:
Brenda Martinez
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to
provide the following, as determined by the Local Board in
funded jurisdictions:
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility to
function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility
to function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
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16. EFSP SANDOVAL COUNTY
2340 Alamo SE
2nd Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87106
19. EFSP TORRANCE COUNTY
2340 Alamo SE, 2nd Fl
c/o United Way Of Central New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 247-3671 Administrative
(505) 247-3671 Administrative
Mike Swisher, Contact Person
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to
provide the following, as determined by the Local Board in
funded jurisdictions:
Mike Swisher, Contact Person
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to provide
the following, as determined by the Local Board in funded
jurisdictions:
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility
to function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility to
function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
17. EFSP STATE SET-ASIDE COMMITTEE, NM
2340 Alamo SE, 2nd Fl
c/o United Way Of Central New Mexico
(505) 247-3671 Administrative
20. FEMA-FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
AGENCY
701 North Fairfax Street
Ste 310
Alexandria, VA 22314
Mike Swisher
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to
provide the following, as determined by the Local Board in
funded jurisdictions:
(800) 621-3362 Svc/Intake and Admin - 800-Line
(800) 462-7585 Hotline (Voice and TDD)
SERVICE SUMMARY: Advising on building codes and flood
plain management...teaching people how to get through a
disaster...helping equip local and state emergency
preparedness...coordinating the federal response to a
disaster...making disaster assistance available to states,
communities, businesses and individuals...training emergency
managers...supporting the nation's fire service...administering the
national flood and crime insurance programs...the range of
FEMA's activities is broad indeed and spans the life cycle of
disasters.
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility
to function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
18. EFSP TAOS COUNTY
5101 Copper NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
The disaster life cycle describes the process through which
emergency managers prepare for emergencies and disasters,
respond to them when they occur, help people and institutions
recover from them, mitigate their effects, reduce the risk of loss,
and prevent disasters such as fires from occurring.
(505) 766-4950 Administrative
Rita Garcia-McManus
SERVICE SUMMARY: Program funds are used to
provide the following, as determined by the Local Board in
funded jurisdictions:
And at every stage of this cycle you see FEMA -- the federal
agency charged with building and supporting the nation's
emergency management system.
Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
One month's rent or mortgage payment.
One month's utility bill.
Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility
to function during the program year.
Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people.
Services
Disaster Relief Services
Federal Emergency Management ESF
Local FEMA Boards
Post Disaster Crisis Hotlines
Post Disaster Housing Assistance
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITES: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
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family therapy, individual and couples counseling, alcohol and
substance abuse assistance. In addition our outreach services
include Medicaid on-site application assistance to facilitate medical
prevention services, speakers on health related topics,
presentations at health fairs and American Heart Association CPR
certification training. The organization also has a research unit
which is charged with coordination of evaluation of health care
services, development implementation of model services delivery
systems. Car seats distributed once a month based on supply (call
to apply).
FIRST CHOICE COMMUNITY HEALTH
CARE
2001 North Centro Familiar SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87105
(505) 873-7400 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 452-4027 Administrative
http://fcch.com
[email protected]
Bob Defelice M.P.H., M.B.A., Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: First Choice Community Healthcare is
dedicated to improving the health, life skills and well-being of
all members of the communities we serve. Provides medical
and dental care services, WIC program, and maternal child
health care services.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: First Choice Community
Healthcare is a health care organization that maintains
excellence in programs and services with a constant focus on
the changing needs of individuals and communities. Provides
medical health services to persons in need of preventive or
health maintenance care. Each clinic is staffed by physicians,
family nurse practitioners and/or physician assistants.
Dental care includes cleanings, extractions and dental health
education at the South Valley, Los Padillas, Belen Clinic and
West Side Clinics. Emergency dental care is provided daily.
Amachi Mentorship Program: for children whose parents are
incarcerated. We are affiliated with Bernalillo county Metropolitan
Detention Center and with 3100+ inmates.
Services
Abuse Counseling * Native American Community
Alcoholism Counseling * Native American Community
Community Wellness Programs * Native American
Community
Cultural Heritage Groups
Dental Care
Domestic Violence Intervention Programs * Native
American Community
First Nations Social Assistance Programs
Food Pantries
Health Care
Native American General Assistance
Services
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
Community Clinics
Dental Care
General Medical Care
Health Care
Medical Public Assistance Programs
3701 Carlisle Boulevard
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 884-1801 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.uuabq.org/
[email protected]
FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITY HEALTH
SOURCE
OVERVIEW: First Unitarian Church provides limited food
boxes to those in need. Call for information.
SERVICE SUMMARY: A total of 40 food boxes are
distributed every Wednesday at 2PM at church location. Call for
information.
5608 Zuni Rd SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
(505) 262-2481 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
www.fnch.org
[email protected]
Food Pantries
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Linda Son-Stone, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides community health care and limited
emergency assistance to Native Americans primarily.
HOURS: MWThF 8AM to 5PM.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Agency is a comprehensive
community health center that provides preventive, primary
and behavioral health services to Native Americans and other
under-served populations living in Central New Mexico.
Primary Care Services include, immunizations, well child care,
family planning, women's health care, public health nursing,
HIV testing, counseling, prevention education and WIC
services. The Behavioral Health Services Department offers
comprehensive outpatient mental health and substance abuse
services which include, behavioral health assessments, drug
and alcohol evaluations, early intervention children 0-12,
Call for Information
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
314 Lead Avenue SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 243-5646 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.fumconline.org
[email protected]
Art Cochrane, Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides emergency Food assistance to the
homeless. Partners with Interfaith Hospitality Network to provide
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transitional shelter for homeless families.
HOURS: MTWTh 9AM to 4PM / Fri 8AM to 1PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides noon meal for the
homeless every Monday. Provides snack bags for the needy as
resources are available. Does NOT provide food boxes.
Services
Community Clinics
Cultural Heritage Groups
Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/Delays
Health Care
Health Care Referrals
Immunizations
Native American General Assistance
Senior Centers
Substance Abuse Services
WIC
Interfaith Hospitality Network partnership: First United
Methodist Church and seven other local churches take
homeless families into our church for one week. Each family
we host must have children and be free of drug and alcohol
addictions. During the week that First Church hosts families,
they are fed dinner, spend the night on the third floor, and are
fed breakfast before being taken to the day center. At the day
center, the children attend day care or school while their
parents look for housing and jobs. The families are brought
back to the church at the end of the day. During the week
that First Church hosts families, they are fed dinner, spend
the night on the third floor, and are fed breakfast before
being taken to the day center. At the day center, the children
attend day care or school while their parents look for housing
and jobs. The families are brought back to the church at the
end of the day.
FRIENDS IN TIME OF ADELANTE
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
3900 Osuna NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
(505) 341-2000 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.friendsintime.org
[email protected]
The phone number is (505)268-0331 and it is located at:
Interfaith Hospitality Network, Albuquerque
2801 Lomas Blvd NE, B-4
Albuquerque, NM 87106-2720
Tracy Agiovlasitis, Program Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides volunteer visitation services and
support programs, case coordination.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Anyone that is affected with Multiple
Sclerosis (MS) or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS or Lou
Gehrig's Disease), or related disease. Offers visitation, case
management and education, communication equipment (loan bank
and training), and general support to anyone affected by the
disease conditions known as; Multiple Sclerosis or Amyotrophic
Lateral Sclerosis. Caregiver support and education.
Services
Food Pantries
Soup Kitchens
Transitional Housing/Shelter * Families
Services
FIVE SANDOVAL INDIAN PUEBLOS, INC
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis Clinics
1043 Highway 313
BERNALILL0, NM 87004
(505) 867-3351 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.fsipinc.org/
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY-RIO RANCHO
James Roger Madalena, Interim Director
OVERVIEW: FSIP administers federal and state grants
and contracts and private foundation grants for over 5,000
Pueblo indians of Cochiti, Jemez, Sandia, Santa Ana and Zia.
Many services are provided to other area Pueblos as needed.
Programs are administered in four general areas: health
services, human services, job services and education. Must be
a resident of consortium pueblos.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Services available at Five
Sandoval Indian Pueblos Inc Behavioral Health Services
Program in Bernalillo, NM include outpatient rehab
programs, adolescent and youth drug rehab, and treatment of
mental health along with alcohol and drug addiction rehab.
Specialized programs for addition treatment and drug rehab
include criminal justice programs, DUI/DWI offenders.
755 Loma Colorado Dr. NE
Rio Rancho, NM 87174
(505) 892-7323 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://friendsofthelibraryofriorancho.org/
OVERVIEW: The Friends of the Rio Rancho Public Library
host a book sale on the second Saturday of every month at the
library.
The Friends bookstore is located at the Loma Colorado Library.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, although the store is sometimes closed if a
volunteer cannot be present.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Friends of the Library of Rio
Rancho appreciate your support through used book donations,
help at book sales, and donations and memberships.
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Services
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Since 1968, Futures for Children has provided
mentoring and training in Hopi, Navajo and New Mexico Pueblo
tribal communities to more than 15,000 American Indian students
and their families.
Libraries
FROM THE HEART FOUNDATION
Provides an educational program that assists American Indian
children complete high school and reach for postsecondary
educational opportunities.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Futures for Children improves the
quality of education for American Indian children through
mentoring and training.
300 San Mateo Blvd NE
Ste. B-2
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
(505) 256-7664 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://fromtheheartfdn.org/
[email protected]
Linda Callison, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Our mission is to provide our clients with
the basic needs to help them support their families and give
them opportuntiies to better themselves and their situations.
The primary goal of Futures for Children is to increase the
breadth and depth of our program, the Three Circles of Support:
Mentorship, Youth Leadership and Families in Action (click links
above for more information on each Circlle of Support). We
receive requests from American Indian tribes across the nation to
include their youth in our program. In order to manage expansion,
Futures for Children must increase revenue and mentor
involvement.
One year program that helps with food, furniture and
clothing for single parent, homeless and low-income families.
Employment and resume writing services available.
A CHANCE TO READ program-helps children be become
better readers. Program meets at participating libraries.
HOURS: MTWTHF 10AM to 3PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: From the Heart Foundation is a
local non-profit organization that has been serving the
Albuquerque, New Mexico area for over 12 years . We are
dedicated and committed to serving the needs of the
homeless, families or individuals who are experiencing
financial difficulties, and anyone facing emotional, verbal or
physical abuse. With support from our foundation and all of
our generous donors, our clients are able to receive goods and
services to help improve their current situation. Our clients
are provided with food, furniture, clothing, job training, and
counseling.
Through ongoing development with your help, FFC will continue
to increase the number of American Indian students who
participate in and benefit from the program, increase high school
graduation rates, and increase the number of American Indian
students that enter and complete postsecondary programs.
Additionally, Futures for Children will expand and deepen
capacity building opportunities for FFC families and communities.
Services
Native American General Assistance * Youth
Youth Development * Native American Community
GALLOPING GRACE YOUTH RANCH
Services
4349 Irving Blvd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114
Appliance Donation Programs
Employment Preparation
Furniture/Home Furnishings Donation Programs
General Clothing Provision
General Furniture Provision
Literacy Programs * Children
Transitional Case/Care Management * Single
Parents
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
(505) 991-1885 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.ggyr.org
[email protected]
Max & Michelle Wade
OVERVIEW: Galloping Grace Youth Ranch is a non-profit
501c3 organization. Our mission is to bring pure joy to children.
This joy is a result of a child's relationship with one of the many
horses on the ranch. Participants in our program call or email us to
schedule a session. We operate on an all volunteer staff so session
times are coordinated based on their availability.
FUTURES FOR CHILDREN
9600 Tennyson Street, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87122
SERVICE SUMMARY: Our program is offered free to
participants. The ranch is funded entirely through donations,
fundraising and grants. Horses require a significant amount of
money to keep them fed and healthy. This typically means that it is
also very expensive for someone to experience the horses first
hand. Because it is so expensive, many children miss out on this
incredible opportunity. We have made it a priority at GGYR to
offer our program free so that these children have the chance to
(505) 821-2828 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 545-6843 800-Line
www.futuresforchildren.org
[email protected]
Teresa Gomez, President
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be around horses.
Services
Food Pantries
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Services
Adult/Child Mentoring Programs
Equestrian Therapy
Equestrian Therapy Volunteer Opportunities
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Call for Information
GLORYBOUND MINISTRIES
11913 Menual Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
(505) 292-8290 Svc/Intake and Admin
GIRL SCOUTS OF NEW MEXICO TRAILS
http://www.gloryboundministries.com
[email protected]
4000 Jefferson Plaza NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109
OVERVIEW: Emergency food assistance for residents of
87112.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Emergency food assistance for
residents of 87112 and immediate area.
(505) 343-1040 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.nmgirlscouts.org/
[email protected]
Ms. Peggy Sanchez Mills, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of youth development
programs locally and operates a camping program at the
Rancho Del Chaparral Girl Scout Camp.
HOURS: MTWTH 8AM to 5:30 PM
Fri 8AM to 12PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for a variety of youth
development activities that are offered throughout the year at
different venues. These activities are both day and resident
camping programs at Rancho Del Chaparral camp near Cuba,
NM. Also the are programs that are offered through local
Girl Scout Troops under the guidance of adult volunteers.
Programs are open to girls, kindergarten through the 12th
grade.
Hours:
Friday 10AM - 3PM
Saturday 10AM - 3PM
Services
Food Pantries
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Call for Information
GOD'S HOUSE CHURCH INC.
2335 Wyoming Ave. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
(505) 332-2457 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.godshousechurch.com/
[email protected]
Services
Adult/Child Mentoring Programs * Girls
Special Interest Camps * Girls
Youth Development * Girls
Elder Damon Shelby, Church Administrator
Public transportation accessible.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 2PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides counseling in matters of
marriage and weddings.
GLORY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Services
2417 Wyoming Boulevard NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
Marriage Counseling
Pastoral Counseling
(505) 275-9623 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://glorychristianfellowship.com/
GO-FORS, INC. TOO
OVERVIEW: Emergency food assistance for those in
need.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Emergency food assistance to
those in need. Client needs to bring ID and bill. Should client
have long-term need, they will be referred to Human Services
for Food Stamps.
2921 Carlisle NE
Ste #205
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 332-1919 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.goforstoo.org/
[email protected]
Hours:
Tuesday 9AM - 12PM
Thursday 9AM - 12PM
Friday 9AM - 3PM
Althea Hastings, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Accompany seniors and individuals with
disabilities to medical and other critical appointments. Accessible
van for wheelchairs and scooters.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
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GOOD SHEPHERD CENTER
SERVICE SUMMARY: Children Riding to
Independence: Providing transportation to therapy and
hyppotherapy treatment for children over three years
addressing developmental issues and/or physical maladies.
218 Iron Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 243-2527 Svc/Intake and Admin
[email protected]
Go-Fors, Inc. TOO: This program provides accompanied
assistance to medical and other critical appointments for frail
seniors and individuals with disabilities who have an
economic disadvantage and require accessible transportation.
Brother Gerard Sullivan, Director of Ministry
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides emergency shelter and meals for the
homeless.
HOURS: MTWThFSaSu 24/7
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for the minimum necessities
of life on a limited, short term basis for men who are transient or
homeless. Program includes shelter, meals, clothing and referrals
as needed. Limit of 7 nights every 6 months. Free meals are served
to anyone. Bedrolls are provided on a seasonal basis.
Rode to Independence: Pilot program providing
transportation and therapy sessions for individuals who
demonstrate marked improvement toward self-sufficiency
who have no current medical coverage.
Services
Services
Disability Related Transportation
Paratransit Programs
Senior Ride Programs
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Homeless Shelter * Males
Soup Kitchens
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF NEW MEXICO
5000 San Mateo NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109-2499
GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY MANZANO
DEL SOL VILLAGE
(505) 881-6401 Svc/Intake and Admin
(866) 376-0182 800-Line
5201 Roma Ave. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
www.goodwillnm.org
[email protected]
(505) 262-2311 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.good-sam.com/
Mary Best, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides employment and training, case
management services, youth at risk mentoring program, and retail
store operations.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides low cost goods and clothing
for sale in the thrift stores. Also provides for collection and
pick-up of items to be repaired and sold. Employment and
Training programs are open to persons with disabilities or
disadvantages who are experiencing barriers to employment.
On-site vocational evaluation/testing, work adjustment and work
services. Community based job development and job club with
placement and coaching as needed Supported employment for
persons with severe disabilities. Job placement for people who are
homeless. Individualized case management provided in support of
rehabilitation programs; case management for veterans and people
with traumatic brain injury, and those on the disabled and elderly
waiver. Community-based services available in surrounding
counties.
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides apartment living to retirees along
with skilled and intermediate nursing care.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Licensed home health agency
providing apartment living to retirees along with special care
unit for Alzheimers and dementia. 152 units of one and two
bedrooms and handicap accessible apartments for residents
capable of living independently. 117 resident health care
center services, with 14 bed special care units, emergency
nursing services and geriatric nurse program. Includes 24
hour nursing care, furnished private and semiprivate rooms,
food service, housekeeping, laundry, activities and
educational programs. Residents must meet certain
State/Federal criteria and have physician certifications.
Medicaid and Medicare certified.
Services
Independent Living Communities/Complexes for
Older Adults
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Residents must meet
certain state/federal criteria and have a physicians
certification.
Goodwill GoodGuides is a national initiative youth mentoring
program. Goodwill GoodGuides is a youth mentoring program
that matches an adult mentor with an at risk youth. We are
targeting youth between the ages 14-17 years old, who are at-risk
of delinquency due to factors such as disabilities, homelessness,
incarceration, drug or alcohol abuse, physical or sexual abuse,
family violence, gang membership and even just at-risk of
dropping out of high school. Our program focuses on career skill
development and family strengthening. We want to help youth
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gain skills needed to make positive choices in their lives.
Business Associations
Small Business Development
Tourist Information
Services
Disability Related Center Based Employment
Household Goods
Mentoring Programs * At Risk Youth
Thrift Shops
Vocational Rehabilitation
GREATER ALBUQUERQUE HABITAT FOR
HUMANITY
204 San Mateo SE
Ste. E
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
GRANT CHAPEL A.M.E. CHURCH
(505) 265-0057 Svc/Intake and Admin
7920 Claremont Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
http://www.habitatabq.org/
[email protected]
(505) 293-1300 Svc/Intake and Admin
Judith Ann Lucero, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity is a
locally run affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a
nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. Habitat for
Humanity works in partnership with people in need to build and
renovate decent, affordable housing.
http://www.grantameabq.org/site/
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving northeast
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
Sites
Services
1. GREATER ALBUQUERQUE HABITAT FOR
HUMANITY
204 San Mateo SE
Ste. E
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
Food Pantries
GREATER ALBUQUERQUE CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE
(505) 265-0057 Svc/Intake and Admin
115 Gold Avenue SW
Ste 201
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
Judith Ann Lucero, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Uses donations of volunteer labor,
materials and money to build simple, decent, affordable housing
for Albuquerque's low income families.
(505) 764-3700 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.abqchamber.com
[email protected]
Annually, the Family Selection Committee solicits applicants for
Partner Families throughout Greater Albuquerque Area, whose
income is between 30% and 50% of the median. Applicants must
be legal residents and have lived in Greater Albuquerque Area for
at least one year. Families are selected based on their need, ability
to pay and willingness to partner with Habitat.
Terri L. Cole, President & Ceo
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: The mission of the Greater Albuquerque
Chamber of Commerce is to be a membership organization
dedicated to meeting the identified needs of the Albuquerque
metropolitan area by fostering economic opportunity and a
favorable business climate within the region.
Selected families who are successful in completing the
requirements will receive a no-interest mortgage on a house built
to accommodate their family size and budget.
Also operates RESTORE a program that recycles and sells new
and used building material to the public, call for information.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Chamber is a membership
organization dedicated to meeting the identified needs of the
Albuquerque metropolitan area by fostering economic
opportunity and a favorable business climate within the
region. Also provides information to individuals and
businesses seeking to relocate or expand in Albuquerque.
2. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF GALLUP
Gallup, NM 87305
(505) 722-4226 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Habitat for Humanity of Gallup Is
Looking for Families Who:
Services
Need more adequate housing
•Our housing is structurally unsafe, or
•Our housing is overcrowded, or
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•We pay more than 1/3 of our monthly income for housing, and
•We are unable to qualify for any mortgage, and
•Our household income can support payments of at least
$400 per month.
Are Able to Pay on a no-interest 20 Year Mortgage
•Permanent residents of US
•Free from liens that might take your house
•Is up to 30% of your income available for housing?
(Habitat
mortgage payments include taxes and insurance.)
Are Willing to Partner with Habitat for Humanity
Services
Furniture/Home Furnishings Donation Programs
Homebuyer/Home Purchase Counseling
Household Goods
Large Appliance Pickup/Recycling Programs
Low Cost For Sale Homes/Housing Units
SITES: 1 2 3 4
GREATER ALBUQUERQUE HOUSING
PARTNERSHIP (GAHP)
320 Gold SW
Ste 918
Albuquerque, NM 87102
•Are you willing to attend Financial Management classes for
several weeks?
•Are you willing to complete 500 hours of volunteer work
for
Habitat before you home is completed? (250 of these hours
may be worked by friends or extended family.) These are
called “sweat equity”.
•Are you willing to be responsible for all maintenance and
repairs of your home after you move in?
(505) 244-1614 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.abqgahp.org
[email protected]
Louis Kolker, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Home-ownership counseling, single family
home-ownership opportunities, and financial assistance to first
time homebuyers.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8:30 AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: The GAHP develops quality
affordable housing opportunities in Albuquerque's older
neighborhoods, for first time homebuyers with limited resources,
and provides the associated housing counseling and financial
assistance to families and individuals interested in purchasing their
first home. The GAHP's homes are built for families with incomes
at or below 80% of median income ($41, 100 for a family of 4)
who have never owned a home, or have not owned a home in the
last three years.
3. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF VALENCIA
COUNTY
751 Juan Perea Road
Los Lunas, NM 87031
(505) 839-3851 Administrative
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Self Help Housing program
helps families in need build their own homes and achieve
educated home ownership by providing homes without
interest or profit. Operates area Re-Store program which
provides recyclable and re-usable home improvement
products. Also provides Homeowner Occupied
Rehabilitation program providing major rehabilitation and
repair of homes to seniors and the disabled through
community efforts.
Services
Home Purchase/Mortgage Refinance Loans
Homebuyer/Home Purchase Counseling
Low Cost For Sale Homes/Housing Units
Low Income Home Loans
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
4. RESTORE
200 San Mateo SE
Ste. E
Albuquerque, NM 87108
GREENPATH, DEBT SOLUTIONS
36500 Corporate Drive
Ste. 210
Farmington, MI 48331
(505) 217-0130 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: ReStore is a retail store which
sells donated new and used building material, electrical
fixtures, appliances, kitchen cabinets, even dog houses
constructed by our partner families etc. at greatly reduced
prices. ReStore is one of over 300 Habitat for Humanity
affiliates throughout the country that have a ReStore. The
income generated from ReStore is used to build more homes
for GAHH clients and for administrative expenses. ReStore
also benefits the community by keeping reusable items out of
the landfill and providing a source for discounted materials
needed by homeowners to maintain their homes.
(800) 550-1961 800-Line
http://www.greenpath.com/
OVERVIEW: Provides for a number of credit improvement
services, debt management programs, credit bureau reports, free
counseling.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00AM - 5:00PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for a variety of credit
counseling/education services that help people to gain financial
control and develop the skills necessary to be successful in
managing their personal finances. Assists with problems such as
credit card debt to prioritizing personal finances in times of crisis.
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Also provides a program of assistance that will help clients to
repay debt by working with creditors on behalf of the client.
Fees are on a sliding fee scale.
Services
General Clothing Provision * Men
Homeless Shelter * Males
Services
Credit Counseling
Debt Management
HEALING THE CHILDREN SOUTHWEST
CHAPTER
1112 San Pedro NE
Box #203
Albuquerque, NM 87110
HAVEN HOUSE / PROJECT SANDOVAL
COUNTY, INC.
(505) 228-1404 Svc/Intake and Admin
PO Box 15611
Rio Rancho, NM 87174
www.htcsw.org/
[email protected]
(800) 526-7157 Hotline/Talkline/Warmline
(505) 896-4869 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Healing the Children Southwest Chapter is a
volunteer, non-profit organization, composed of people like you
who seek to help others, and who strive to provide medical care in
the United States and around the world for children who
otherwise are unable to receive it due to lack of medical or
financial resources.
HOURS: On Call 24/7 (medical needs)
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides medical care and related
services to children in NM and abroad. Services include, but are
not limited to: Financial aid, Donated medical services, Medical
Equipment not covered by insurance or other means. Also sends
medical teams abroad. Healing the Children began in Spokane,
WA in 1979; NM chapter started in 1989.
www.havenhouseinc.org
[email protected]
Cosmina Hayes, Interim Executive Director.
OVERVIEW: Domestic violence shelter, provides
emergency crisis intervention, legal advocacy, personal
empowerment training, shelter, food, and support groups.
HOURS: Shelter 24/7
SERVICE SUMMARY: - 24 hour crisis support
- information about the court system
- assistance with restraining orders
- accompanying victims to court hearings
- referrals to social service agencies, legal assistance and
individual counseling
-shelter to house up to 25 women and children
Services
Health Care * Children
Pediatrics
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Services
Abuse Counseling
Domestic Violence Shelters
Family Violence Prevention
Transitional Case/Care Management * Women
Call for Information
HEARING LOSS ASSOCIATION OF NEW
MEXICO
P.O. Box 36792
Albuquerque, NM 87176
HAVEN OF LOVE RESCUE MISSION
(505) 881-8824 Ask for HLA Specialist
OR view web site for meeting information
4025 Isleta SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
http://hlaabq.com/
[email protected]
(505) 873-3771 Svc/Intake and Admin
Ron Brooks, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides shelter for homeless young adult
men and meals are also provided when available.
HOURS: MTWThFSaSu 24/7
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Provides shelter, food and clothing when available on a short
term basis for men, between the ages of 18-21 who are
traveling, seeking employment or looking for housing.
Residents must be seeking work or going to school.
Maximum stay to be arranged.
OVERVIEW: The Hearing Loss Association of America is the
nation’s largest organization for people with hearing loss. The
Hearing Loss Association of America exists to open the world of
communication for people with hearing loss through information,
education, advocacy and support.
SERVICE SUMMARY:
HLAAbq you can .........
If you suffer from hearing loss, with
*Make new friends who will help you learn to cope with your
hearing loss, allowing you to enjoy a more full and productive life.
*Talk to people who have had a cochlear implant about their
experience.\You can meet people who have tried the newest
technology in hearing aids and will give you honest, unbiased
answers about whether they benefited from them.
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comprehensive treatment program provides a full array of
care, from counseling on an outpatient basis to treatment in a
live-in setting.
*You can learn from the experience of others about how to
cope with your hearing loss and its impact on your work.
*Attend meetings where experts share their knowledge,
teaching you about the many ways you can improve your
communication with others.
Provides an array of mental health services for children, youth
and their families.
HOURS: MTWTH 8AM to 6PM / Fri 8AM to 5:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY:
*RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT: Continuum of residential
treatment for adolescents includes residential treatment,
substance abuse residential treatment and independent living
facilities. Services include 24 hour live-in care, individual, group
and family therapy, life skills and on-site schooling.
*OUTPATIENT: Individual, group or family therapy for
troubled children, youth and their families.
*FOSTER CARE: Treatment foster care for children, and
adolescents.
*DAY TREATMENT: For adolescents with emotional problems
who attend an educational and treatment program for 6 to 8 hours
while living with their families.
*BMS: One to one services provided for children and youth in
the home, at school, or at Hogares.
*RESPITE: Weekday, week night, and weekend periods of rest
and relief for families with children experiencing behavioral health
problems. Service provided in home or at Hogares' Respite
Center.
*ON-SITE SCHOOL: Accredited regular and special education
programs provided by Albuquerque Public Schools.
*Learn all of this and much more, by joining the Hearing
Loss Association of Albuquerque and attending our meetings.
Services
Specialized Information and Referral * Hard of
Hearing
Support Groups * Hard of Hearing
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
HEAVEN BOUND MINISTRIES
4311 12th St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 343-0544 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving northwest
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
Services
Services
Adolescent/Youth Counseling
Behavioral Learning Therapy * At Risk Youth
Children's/Adolescent Residential Treatment Facilities
Family Counseling * At Risk Families
Juvenile Delinquency Diversion Counseling
Psychiatric Case Management * At Risk Youth
Substance Abuse Services * At Risk Youth
Food Pantries
HIS PLACE MINISTRIES
5505 Central NW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
(505) 804-9341 Svc/Intake and Admin
HOME EDUCATION LIVELIHOOD
PROGRAM (H.E.L.P.)
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving northwest
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
5101 Copper Avenue NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
(505) 265-3717 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
http://www.helpnm.com/light_email.htm
[email protected]
Food Pantries
John Martinez, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides assistance in employment training
programs, drop out prevention programs, sponsor childcare and
adult food program, utility assistance program, rent assistance and
childcare for low income individuals in SE and SW New Mexico.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY:
* CLAIMS FILING ASSISTANCE: Youth, elderly , and
migrant/seasonal farm workers to obtain benefits.
* CHILD CARE FOOD PROGRAM
* EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING SERVICES
* EMERGENCY SERVICES FOR MIGRANT WORKERS
* DROPOUT PREVENTION: Employment and training to low
HOGARES, INC.
1218 Griegos Rd. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 345-8471 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.hogaresinc.com
[email protected]
Nancy Jo Archer, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: As a private, non-profit agency, we are
dedicated to meeting the needs of your community. Our
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income youth emphasizing staying in school.
* CHILD CARE for TANF and low income in SE and SW
NM.
* RENT & UTILITY ASSISTANCE for eligible applicants.
Sites
1. INDEPENDENT LIVING RESOURCE CENTER
4665 Indian School RD NE
STE 100
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Services
(800) 260-5022 Svc/Intake and Admin - (Voice and TTY)
(505) 266-5022 Service/Intake (Voice and TTY)
English as a Second Language
Family Based Services
Literacy Programs
Rent Payment Assistance
Utility Service Payment Assistance
Elena Gonzales, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides such services as advocacy,
information & referral, peer counseling and independent living
skills training. The Technical Services Program provides home
modifications, vehicle adaptations, deaf equipment and other
various types of assistive technology. There is a Deaf Independent
Living Program and American Sign Language classes are offered.
ILRC provides services in Bernallio, Valencia, Sandoval, Torrance,
Guadalupe, DeBaca, and Cibola Counties. Information and
Referral is available nationwide, the Technical Services Program
serves most of central and southwestern New Mexico, and fee for
service programs are available on a statewide basis.
HOME OWNERSHIP PRESERVATION
FOUNDATION
3033 Excelsior Blvd.,
Suite 500
Minneapolis, MN 55416
(888) 995-4673 Svc/Intake and Admin - (888)995-HOPE
www.995hope.org
OVERVIEW: Counseling and information for
homeowners facing foreclosure.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Through the 888-995-HOPE™
Hotline, the Homeownership Preservation Foundation can
provide answers, connection to a counselor, and
comprehensive telephone counseling to help homeowners
avoid foreclosure. We are an independent nonprofit that
provides counselors from HUD-approved agencies dedicated
to helping homeowners.
2. INDEPENDENT LIVING RESOURCE CENTER
MORIARTY
1208 Route 66
Ste E
Moriarty, NM 87035
(505) 832-1128 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Moriarty services include: advocacy,
information and referral, personal care option, ADA consultation
and training, independent living skills training, technical services
program home modifications, vehicle adaptations, deaf equipment,
and various types of assistive technology.
Services
Mortgage Delinquency and Default Counseling
Mortgage Delinquency and Default Resolution
Counseling
Mortgage Fraud Reporting
Services
Assistive Technology Equipment
Attendant Services for People with Physical
Disabilities
Automobile/Van Adaptations
Centers for Independent Living
Independent Living Skills Instruction
Vocational Education
SITES: 1 2
INDEPENDENT LIVING RESOURCE
CENTER
4665 Indian School RD NE
STE 100
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(800) 260-5022 Svc/Intake and Admin - (Voice and TTY)
(505) 266-5022 Service/Intake (Voice and TTY)
ISLETA SOCIAL SERVICES
http://ilrcnm.com/
11000 Broadway Boulevard
Trailer D
Albuquerque, NM 87105
Elena Gonzales, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: ILRC is a private, nonprofit organization
providing services and programs that assist people with
disabilities to achieve greater independence. The facility is
accessible to public transportation.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
(505) 869-2772 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.isletapueblo.com/
OVERVIEW: Provides for child welfare and family violence
prevention/intervention services.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4:30 PM
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SERVICE SUMMARY: Child protective services, crisis
intervention, family counseling, community outreach, and
child welfare assistance. Additional services include financial
assistance and information and referral. Only members of the
Isleta pueblo and other American Indian individuals and
families who reside within the exterior boundaries of the
Pueblo. Please call for further information about programs.
Services
Food Pantries
JOSHUA'S VINEYARD
7737 Zuni Rd. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Services
(505) 266-9828 Svc/Intake and Admin
Children's Protective Services
Crisis Intervention * Native American Community
Outreach Programs * Native American Community
Public Assistance Programs * Native American
Community
http://www.joshuasvineyard.org/
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving southeast
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
JEMEZ HEALTH CLINIC
110 Sheepsprings Way
Jemez Pueblo, NM 87024
Services
Food Pantries
(575) 834-7413 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.jemezpueblo.org/
JOY JUNCTION
OVERVIEW: Provides physical and mental health
services, as well as information and referral. Staff speaks
Towa.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
4500 Second Street SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87105
(800) 924-0569 800-Line
(505) 877-6967 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
www.joyjunction.org
[email protected]
Dental Care
General Medical Care
Health Care
Health Screening/Diagnostic Services
Immunizations
Mental Health Care and Counseling
School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen
Programs
WIC
Jeremy Reynalds, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides emergency shelter and services for
homeless and transient individuals and couples with or without
children.
HOURS: MTWThFSaSu 24/7
SERVICE SUMMARY: EMERGENCY SHELTER:
Provides emergency and longer term shelter for single women and
couples with or without children and single men with children.
Program includes shelter, meals, clothing and referrals as needed.
Attendance at religious services on Sunday and Tuesday is
required if this does not interfere with gainful employment. Also,
upon a referral from a social worker, priest or religious worker
from a hospital, will accept a limited number of single men. Van
available 24hrs. to transport homeless individuals and families to
the shelter.
JESUS FIRST- TOMAS BACA FOOD
PANTRY
13432 Copper Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87123
(505) 299-2377 Ext. 3 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://jesusfirst.com/794/35901.html
[email protected]
Services
OVERVIEW: Government distributed food boxes.
HOURS: Every 3rd Monday
12PM to 3PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Tomas Baca food pantry
distributes Government surplus food, every 3rd Monday of
the month. First-time applicants will need to fill out a income
verification form when applying. Call for more information.
505-299-2377 ext. 3
Homeless Shelter * Families
Homeless Shelter Pickup Sites
Missions * Families
Transitional Housing/Shelter * Families
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JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF NEW
MEXICO, INC.
Family Based Services
Parenting Education
Volunteer Development
Women's Advocacy Groups
4700 Lincoln Rd. NE
Suite 108
Albuquerque, NM 87109
(505) 344-0861 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.newmexico.ja.org
[email protected]
KESHET DANCE COMPANY
Krista Martinez, President
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Junior Achievement of New Mexico, Inc.
will ensure that every child in New Mexico has a fundamental
understanding of the free enterprise system.
(505) 224-9808 Svc/Intake and Admin
214 Coal Avenue SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
www.keshetdance.org
[email protected]
Shira Greenberg, Founder and Artistic Director
OVERVIEW: A vibrant non-profit modern dance company
using concepts of mentorship with low-income and at-risk youth
to involve them in the arts, build self-esteem and augment literacy,
conflict resolution and social skills.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Junior Achievement recruits and
trains volunteer role models who visit schools to teach basic
business and economic concepts, workforce readiness skills
and the value of education. All volunteers attend a two hour
training session and then visit an assigned classroom five
times for 45 minutes each time.
*LITERACY & MENTORSHIP through DANCE
OUTREACH: This project works with incarcerated girls at the
Youth Diagnostic and Development Center. Mentors/facilitators
use dance as a vehicle to teach literacy and social skills while
building self-esteem in young women between the ages of 13 and
21.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Keshet’s dedicated dancers act as role
models, mentors and instructors, teaching over 75 classes per
week and reaching over 6,000 community members each year
through the following programs:
Services
Adult/Child Mentoring Programs
Mentoring Programs
Volunteer Opportunities
JUNIOR LEAGUE OF ALBUQUERQUE
3900 Osuna Road NE
Ste 128
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
Keshet's Pre-Professional Program (KP3)
(505) 260-0199 Svc/Intake and Admin
Community Classes
www.jlabq.org
[email protected]
Physically Integrated Dance
Community Outreach
Michele Tigelaar, President
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: We are an organization of women
committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the
potential of women, and improving communities through the
effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Our
purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. We reach
out to women of all races, religions and national origins who
demonstrate an interest in and commitment to voluntarism.
Young Audiences Program
Youth Scholarship & Adult Work Study
Services
Dance Instruction
Literacy Programs * Girls
Mentoring Programs
HOURS: MTWTHF 10AM to 2PM
SERVICE SUMMARY:
*VOLUNTEERISM: A program designed to demonstrate
the effectiveness of trained volunteers and to promote the
concept of volunteerism.
*PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Through membership,
annually develops programs in community service to meet
identified needs. Training in leadership and personal skills.
*ARTS: Arts Reaching the Stars - a program of arts related
activities for students, teachers, and families in the
Albuquerque Public Schools and the community including
homeless shelters.
KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE SERVICES
2051 Wyoming SE
Building 20449
Kirtland AFB, NM 87117
(505) 846-0011 Svc/Intake and Admin - Base Operator
www.kirtland.af.mil
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a source of information regarding the
Air Force at Kirtland Base.
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Sites
Abuse Counseling * Active Military
Domestic Violence Intervention Programs
Family Counseling * Active Military
Family Violence Prevention * Active Military
Military Family Service/Support Centers
Specialized Information and Referral * Families of
Military Personnel/Veterans
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Active Military
SITES: 1 2 3 4
1. KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE 377TH MEDICAL
GROUP (KAFB CLINIC)
1501 San Pedro SE
Building 47
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
(505) 846-3200 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for complete medical
services to both inpatient and outpatient individuals. Services
are for active military and dependents and retired military and
dependents.
Military Hospitals
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
SITE: 1
Active Military
2. KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE AIRMAN AND
FAMILY READINESS CENTER
377 FSS/FSFR
KIRTLAND AFB, NM 87117
LA BUENA VIDA, INC.
(505) 846-0741 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 867-2383 Svc/Intake and Admin
872 S. Camino Del Pueblo
BERNALILL0, NM 87004
www.labuenavidainc.com/cms/
[email protected]
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of support
services to all DOD personnel and their families, including all
services, active duty, Guard/Reserve personnel and retired
Military and their eligble family members. Assist commanders
in maintaining the health and welfare of military families and
to help families adapt to the demands of military life.
Services include:Transition Assistance, Volunteer Resources,
Relocation Assistance, Personal Financial Management, Air
Force Aid Society Program, Career Focus, Information and
Referral, Family Life Education, Family Readiness Program.
Sam Vigil, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Outpatient behavioral health care.
HOURS: MTWTH 8AM to 7PM /Fri 8AM to 4PM /Sat 9AM
to 3PM
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Services include mental health, substance abuse counseling and
case management for adults, couples, children, families and
groups. Provides a 24-hr crisis line, home based services, art
therapy, psychiatric services, psychosocial rehabilitation, support
groups, consultation and education programs related to mental
health and substance abuse. La Buena Vida, Inc. offers the
PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION PROGRAM; day
program for those with severe and disabling mental health
conditions-daily living skills and social adjustment. MORAL
RECOGNITION THERAPY (MRT) Sandoval County; MRT is a
cognitive-behavioral group treatment system for juvenile
offenders/substance abusers and other youth with resistant
personalities and their parents. TOOLS FOR PARENTING;
parenting classes to parents who have been referred by the courts,
Child Protective Services and the probation office. Agency accepts
private insurance, uninsured, Medicaid managed care, Medicaid
fee for service, SCHIP/Title XXI.
Agency also provides services on a sliding scale.
3. KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE FAMILY
ADVOCACY PROGRAM
1501 San Pedro SE
377MDOS/SGOWF
KIRTLAND AFB, NM 87108
(505) 846-0139 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for programs that
identify, intervene, and treat situations of alleged cases of
child/spouse abuse or neglect. Provides assistance to families
with a disabled family member or child with special needs,
including ensuring services at a new base assignment. Also
identifies "at risk" groups with training and information
provided.
Services
4. KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE SERVICES
2051 Wyoming SE
Building 20449
Kirtland AFB, NM 87117
Adolescent/Youth Counseling
Family Counseling
Mental Health Evaluation
Substance Abuse Counseling
Substance Abuse Services
(505) 846-0011 Svc/Intake and Admin - Base Operator
Services
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LA FAMILIA, INC.
2400 Wellesley DR. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Breast Pumps
Breastfeeding Support Programs
(505) 766-9361 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.la-familia-inc.org
LA MESA PRESBYTERIAN FOOD PANTRY
Beverly R. Nomberg LISW, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides mental health outpatient services,
treament foster care, adoption services (domestic and
international), senior referral services including guardianship,
conservatorship and asset management.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: La Familia is a non-profit social
service agency. We are licensed by the State of New Mexico
to provide adoption, treatment foster care, and outpatient
counseling services. We provide care management services
for adults and support services for adolescents who are aging
out of the foster care system. We are dedicated to finding
permanent, loving homes for children through our Adopt
New Mexico’s Children Program.
7401 Copper Ave. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 255-8095 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.lamesapresbyterianchurch.org/
OVERVIEW: Food Pantry
HOURS: 9AM to 3PM Monday thru Friday
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving SE area of
Albuquerque. Applicants are encouraged to call before going and
can get a food box no more than one a month.
Services
Food Pantries
Services
LA VIDA FELICIDAD, INC.
Adoption Counseling and Support
Adoption Information
Parenting Education
530 Sun Ranch Village Road
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
(505) 565-1614 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 474-4651 800-Line
LA LECHE LEAGUE
www.lavidafelicidad.org
[email protected]
Call For Locations
ALBUQUERQUE, NM
Beverly Bien, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The mission of La Vida Felicidad, Inc. is life
quality for individuals and families with special needs through
individualized family services that promote full participation in the
community, independence, and well-being.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides various services to
individuals with special needs including therapy & service
coordination to children birth to three years of age with or at risk
for developmental delays. Services include respite care,
personal/companion services, personal attendant care,
homemaker services, family focused therapeutic services to
children birth to three years with confirmed-at risk developmental
disabilities. For frail elderly or person with a disability who
requires assistance to maintain independence. Title XX funding
income eligibility. Short term care for a family member of any age
with a developmental disability. Limited number of hours
available. A structure program with planned activities,
socialization, and intergenerational opportunities for individuals
who are frail, elderly and adults with developmental disabled. Title
XX funding income eligibility or sliding scale fee.
(505) 821-2511 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.lalecheleague.org/Web/NewMexico.html
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: La Leche League is an international,
nonprofit, nonsectarian organization dedicated to providing
education, information, support, and encouragement to
women who want to breastfeed.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: All breastfeeding mothers and
mothers-to-be interested in breastfeeding are welcome to
come to our meetings or call one of our Leaders for
breastfeeding help or information. Babies are always welcome
at our meetings.
La Leche League Leaders are experienced mothers who have
breastfed their own babies and who have been trained and
accredited by La Leche League International to help mothers
and mothers-to-be with all aspects of breastfeeding. They are
available by phone whenever you have breastfeeding
questions or concerns.
Services
Adult Day Program Centers
Attendant Services for People with Physical
Disabilities
Early Identification Programs
Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/Delays
Respite Care
ALBUQUERQUE LLL HOTLINE 821-2511
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Elder Law
Lawyer Referral Services * Older Adults
Legal Counseling * Older Adults
LAW ACCESS NEW MEXICO
(505) 217-1660 Guardianship Helpline
(505) 998-4529 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 340-9771 800-Line
http://www.lawhelp.org/Program/3577/index.
cfm?pagename=homepage
LDS FAMILY SERVICES
4400 Presidential Dr. NE
Ste C
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Conrad Roacha, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Law Access NM is a free telephone
advisory service for low-income New Mexicans to help them
solve CIVIL legal problems.
SERVICE SUMMARY: We operate a toll-free hotline
that can be accessed from anywhere in NM during regular
weekday work hours. By calling the hotline--or
"HELP-LINE" caller meeting low-income criteria receive
help in one of two ways:
1. Lawyers answering the telephone in the Law Acees office
will give immediate information and advice to the caller.
2. Referrals are availbale to the caller to agencies better
equipped to help with the particular issue.
(505) 345-3046 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 537-2229 800-Line
www.itsaboutlove.org
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides pregnancy counseling and adoption
services.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: RESIDENTIAL CARE: Provides
counseling and casework support to pregnant, unmarried women
regardless of religious affiliation. Financial assistance for medical
expenses and foster home placement during pregnancy are
available. Provides adoption placement if desired.
Services
Benefits Assistance
Landlord/Tenant Dispute Resolution
Lawyer Referral Services
Legal Counseling
Legal Education/Information
Legal Information Lines
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Services
Adoption Counseling and Support
Adoption Information
Pregnancy Counseling
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
ALBUQUERQUE/ BERNALILLO COUNTY
LAWYER REFERRAL FOR THE
ELDERLY PROGRAM (LREP)
2315 San Pedro Dr. NE
Ste F-6
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
5121 Masthead NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109
(800) 876-6657 800-Line
(505) 265-2300 Svc/Intake and Admin
Senior Citizens' Law Office
(505) 797-6005 Service/Intake
(505) 884-8441 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.lwvabc.org
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan
political organization that encourages informed and active citizen
participation in government. We work to influence public policy
through education and advocacy.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides non-partisan educational
activities on a variety of governmental issues. Purpose is to
encourage active participation and involvement in government.
Also provides non-partisan information to the public about
candidates and election issues, and maintains a speakers bureau.
Voter registration Assists individuals in voter registration,
education, public policy and participation in the political process.
http://www.nmaging.state.nm.us/Long_Term_Services.aspx
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides legal assistance for the elderly and
operates a legal hotline.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Staff attorneys provide legal
information and advice over the phone to eligible persons 55
and over through the Legal Hotline. Telephone contact only.
Non-criminal cases for low income persons living outside
Bernalillo County, ages 55+. All referrals made over the
telephone. Free, reduced or full fees depending on income or
case priority. Staff attorneys, and referrals to private
attorneys. Limited service to Bernalillo County residents.
Services
Services
Election Information
Polling Places
Voter Registration Offices
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LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY
LIFEROOTS, Inc.
4600-A Montgomery Blvd. NE
Ste. 201
Albuquerque, NM 87107
1111 Menual Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 255-5501 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 872-0141 Svc/Intake and Admin
(888) 286-7846 800-Line
http://www.liferootsnm.org/
[email protected]
www.lls.org
[email protected]
Kathleen Cates, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides programs and services for adults and
children with special needs.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY:
*EARLY INTERVENTION for children from birth to the age
three who have developmental delays or at risk for them.
Evaluation, service coordination and individual service plans are
available to all families regardless of income. Programs include
intervention in natural environments from developmental
specialist, speech and language therapist, occupational therapists,
physical therapists, nurses and nutritionists.
*THERAPY PROGRAMS, for persons of all ages, are designed
to help restore or increase functioning levels through the use of
adaptive equipment or caregiver assistance.
*COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAMS provide the
opportunity for adults with special needs to receive services
designed to help them achieve their goals in the community.
Services may include supported employment, job development,
day habilitation, literacy and/or career discovery. Programs are
designed on an individual basis to achieve the maximum level of
success. Small group instruction in communication and/or basic
literacy skills according to learners' needs and goals. Literacy
instruction includes computer training and assistive technology,
innovative approaches to enhance education, age-appropriate
materials and methodology specific to individual student's
challenges.
OVERVIEW: Information, support and education for
individuals and families.
First Connection:
A peer-to-peer support program for patients and survivors
Patient Education:
Current information on leukemia
Information Resource Center:
The Society's Information Resource Center (IRC) offers
accurate, current disease-specific, treatment and coping
information on blood cancers.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Dedicated to finding cures for
Leukemia, lymphoma, Myeloma and Hodgkin's and providing
support to patients through financial aid, support groups,
educational workshops and information.
Back-to-School-Program for the Child with Cancer Program
educates school personnel and students to help children
returning to school after cancer treatment.
Services
Specialized Information and Referral * Leukemia
Support Groups * Leukemia
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
LIFEROOTS CHURCH
310 Aztez NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Services
Literacy Programs * Developmental Disabilities
Occupational Therapy * Developmental Disabilities
Physical Therapy * Developmental Disabilities
Rehabilitation/Habilitation Services * Developmental
Disabilities
Vocational Rehabilitation * Developmental Disabilities
(505) 345-3836 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving northwest
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
Services
LIGHT AND LIBERTY MINISTRIES
Food Pantries
ALBUQUERQUE, NM
(505) 341-3113 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://lightandlibertyministries.org
[email protected]
Stephen L. Maricle, Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Chaplain program for detention center.
HOURS: MTWTHF 10AM to 6PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Operates the chaplain program for
the detention center; coordinates religious services and clergy
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visitation; trains and supervises volunteers in counseling and Bible
studies. Christian counseling for residents and families. Bible
and literature distribution; release follow-up and referrals to
programs, service agencies, and churches.
Services
Ex-Offender Counseling
Offender/Ex-Offender Support Groups
LIVING WORD CHRISTIAN OUTREACH
2851 Arenal Rd SW
Albuquerque, NM 87121
(505) 873-8655 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving resident in
the SW area of Albuquerque. Call for hours and information.
Suite 102
Lake Worth, FL 33461-3099
*Please be sure to use the entire zip code when mailing. Thank
you!
SERVICE SUMMARY: Our recipients are financially
disadvantaged children, age 18 and under, suffering from
long-term medical hair loss from any diagnosis. Most of our
children suffer from an autoimmune disorder called alopecia
areata, which causes the hair follicles to shut down. In addition to
the loss of scalp hair, many also lose their eyelashes, eyebrows and
all body hair. This hair loss is permanent in most cases, and there
is no known cause or cure. Other recipients have been victim to
severe burns, endured radiation treatment to the brain stem as a
treatment for cancer, or suffer from any number of skin disorders
that cause permanent hair loss.
Services
Natural Hair/Wig Donation Programs
Wigs
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Services
Food Pantries
LOS LUNAS SCHOOLS
LOCKS OF LOVE
119 Luna Street
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
234 Southern Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33405
(505) 865-9636 Svc/Intake and Admin
(561) 833-7332 Svc/Intake and Admin
(888) 896-1588 800-Line
http://www.llschools.net/
Bernard Saiz, Superintendent
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of public educational
programs and services. Operates the public school system in the
town of Los Lunas.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides basic education, school
health concerns, parenting programs and special education.
Developmental screening for ages birth through five years,
programs for preschool children with special needs, and special
education for children of all ages with disabilities.
www.locksoflove.org
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: Locks of Love is a public non-profit
organization that provides hairpieces to financially
disadvantaged children under age 18 suffering from long-term
medical hair loss from any diagnosis. We meet a unique need
for children by using donated hair to create the highest quality
hair prosthetics.
Services
HOW TO DONATE:
*10 inches measured tip to tip is the minimum length needed
for a hairpiece.
Dropout Programs
Education
Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
Preschools
School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen Programs
Secondary/High Schools
*Hair must be in a ponytail or braid before it is cut.
*Hair must be clean and completely dry before it is mailed
in.
*Place the ponytail or braid inside of a plastic bag, and then
inside of a padded envelope.
LOVE INC (IN THE NAME OF CHRIST) OF
SOUTH ALBUQUERQUE
*If you wish to receive our personalized thank-you card,
please fill out the hair donation form, or write your name and
address on a full size separate sheet of paper and include
inside the envelope. We cannot acknowledge donors who do
not send their name and address according to these
instructions.
(505) 255-5683 505-255-LOVE
http://loveincabq.org/
[email protected]
Sara Money, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Love INC was founded in 1977 as a way to
encourage churches to become more engaged with the poor and to
inspire a greater number of Christians to put their faith in action.
*All hair donations must be mailed to Locks of Love at:
2925 10th Avenue N
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2. LOVELACE BEHAVIORAL SENIOR CARE UNIT
601 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. N.e.
Albuquerque, NM 87102
SERVICE SUMMARY: Love In the Name of Christ
enables churches in a community to pool their resources and
services so that those in need are not turned away.
(505) 727-8855 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Lovelace's philosophy is one of
working together with family, physicians, long-term care providers
and other agencies involved to meet the healthcare needs of the
elderly.
+Families in need receive immediate and long-term help.
+Church members use their gifts and talents through
specific, manageable opportunities to serve others.
The Lovelace Behavioral Senior Care Unit provides short-term
acute care treatment for the senior population with a range of
behavioral issues:
+Local churches come together, across denominational lines,
modeling unity of the Body of Christ.
+Lives and communities are transformed.
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Services
Construction/Home Maintenance Volunteer
Opportunities
Donation Pickups
Home Improvement/Accessibility
Home Rehabilitation Services
Ramp Construction Services
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Depression, Suicidal thoughts, Grief issues
Anxiety/fears, Social withdrawal, Substance abuse
Severe agitation, Behavioral Disturbance
Delusions, Hallucinations
Memory loss, Impaired functioning
This program serves all geriatric patients who are medically stable
and likely to benefit from behavioral health services. Medical
conditions that might not be appropriate would include: severe
bleeding, acute abdominal pain, patients requiring isolation,
continuous IVs, and NG feeding.
Our goal is to get residents back to your facility/their home, and
make sure that you know what to expect upon their arrival. Our
staff will contact you to discuss medication and discharge orders
prior to the patient's return.
LOVELACE
601 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
3. LOVELACE HEALTHCARE CENTER-GIBSON
5400 Gibson Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 727-8000 Service/Intake and Administration
www.lovelace.com
(505) 262-7000 Administrative
OVERVIEW: The mission of Lovelace Health System is
to be a premier provider of health care services, delivered
with compassion for patients and their families, respect for
employees, physicians and other health professionals,
accountability for our fiscal and ethical performance, and
responsibility to the communities we serve.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Lovelace Medical Center - Gibson
includes a hospital with 221 acute care licensed beds and a
multi-specialty outpatient center with over 40 medical specialties.
The Lovelace Physician Group attracts high calibre physicians and
works to acquire the latest technology for patient care.
Sites
4. LOVELACE WESTSIDE HOSPITAL
10501 Golf Course Rd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114
1. LOVELACE
601 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 727-2000 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 727-8000 Service/Intake and Administration
5. LOVELACE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL
4701 Montgomery Blvd. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109
SERVICE SUMMARY: Lovelace Westside Hospital is
the only hospital on Albuquerque's West Side. The hospital
provides 24-hour emergency care to thousands of patients a
year and offers numerous services, including lab, x-ray,
cardiopulmonary and occupational therapy.
(505) 727-7800 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
*ADULT/CHILD MENTORING PROGRAMS: The Wonder
of Myself program is a one day class for parents and their teens
(11-14), on self-esteem, healthy habits, nutrition, hygiene, peer
pressure, decision-making, and the physical changes of puberty.
*BIRTH CONTROL COUNSELING: FertiliCare is an
innovative approach to tracking and understanding your natural
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procreative cycle for purposes of family planning or mentoring
your gynecological health. Taught by professionals certified
by the American Academy of Natural Family Planning.
*ADULT EDUCATION/ HEALTH EDUCATION: SJWC
provides health education opportunities on a wide range of
topics.
*CHILDHOOD IMMUNIZATIONS/
IMMUNIZATIONS: Albuquerque Regional offers free
immunizations for infants and children year-round. Call for
information.
*HEALTH SCREENING/ NUTRITION EDUCATION
PROGRAMS: Cholesterol and Your Heart; Women Take
Heart; Nutrition Assessment; Evaluate Your Supplements;
Weight Management.
*PARENTING EDUCATION: Free lending library,
parenting education class (scholarships available), parenting
education newsletter, educational TIP/Fact sheets on topical
parenting information, new parents birthing/parenting
manual.
funds for our non-profit organization, a portion of which
goes towards research to help find the cure.
Services
Disease/Disability Information * Lupus Erythematosus
Health/Disability Related Counseling * Lupus
Erythematosus
Support Groups * Lupus Erythematosus
MAKE A WISH NEW MEXICO CHAPTER
144 Louisiana Blvd. NE
(800) 884-5276 800-Line (NM Only)
(505) 888-9474 Svc/Intake and Admin - 888-WISH
www.wishnm.org
[email protected]
Bob Biggers, President & CEO
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Works to fulfill special wishes for children
between the ages of 2 to 18 who have medically diagnosed
life-threatning illness.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: The New Mexico Chapter was
founded in 1986 and granted its first wish in January 1987, to
Donovan who wanted a bicycle. The Foundation has granted over
1000 wishes to children in our communities since its inception in
1986.Wishes uplift the human spirit by creating hope, strength and
joy!
If you would like to make a difference in the life of a child and
create a lifetime of memories for families, contact us today.
Services
General Medical Care
Health Care
Health Screening/Diagnostic Services
Hospital Based Outpatient Services
Hospitals
Intensive Care
Trauma Centers
Urgent Care Centers
Women's Health Centers
SITES: 1 3 4 5
Depression Screening * Older Adult/Aging Issues
Memory Screening * Older Adult/Aging Issues
Substance Abuse Services * Older Adult/Aging
Issues
Suicide Prevention Programs * Older Adult/Aging
Issues
SITE: 2
Services
Wish Foundations * Children
MANDY'S SPECIAL FARM
LUPUS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA,
INC. NEW MEXICO CHAPTER
346 Clark Road Southwest
Albuquerque, NM 87105-7546
1224 Pennsylvania Street NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 873-1187 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.mandysfarm.org
[email protected]
(505) 881-9081 Support Group Hotline
http://www.lupus.org/webmodules/webarticlesnet/
Ruthie Horn Robbins, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The mission of Mandy's Special Farm (MSF) is
to provide residential services for women with autism with dignity
and respect, and through a safe, structured, healthy, home-like
environment. Residents are encouraged to reach their full
potential, feeling safe, secure, needed, and wanted.
SERVICE SUMMARY: MSF provides supported living
services that include 24-hour care by qualified direct support staff.
MSF is homey, with “family” dinners and a cozy house. MSF
strives to be more than just a place to live; it is a structured
environment that fits well with those who have characteristics of
autism.
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[email protected]
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Education about and support services for
people with lupus.
HOURS: MWF 10AM to 3PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Our mission is educate, provide
support services for those affected by lupus and to help find
the cure. We do so by providing brochures and other
information to the general public as well as to those affected
by lupus, provide free support by telephone and through
support group meetings to those affected by lupus, and raise
MSF is on 4.22 acres of land in the South Valley of Albuquerque,
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near the Rio Grande River. There are goats, chickens, guinea hens,
turkeys, cats, dogs, and horses for riding and therapy. MSF
also has a large organic garden, an orchard, pasture, and an
indoor swimming pool.
MARCH OF DIMES
MSF is the residents’ home; they help take care of it, doing
simple chores around the house. With any needed assistance,
residents feed, groom, and tend to the animals, and even
harvest the garden for fruits and vegetables they can eat and
help prepare for meals. Along with participating in fun
activities at home, residents go on community outings of their
choice several times a week.
(505) 344-5150 Svc/Intake and Admin
(914) 997-4488 National Office
7007 Wyoming Blvd. NE
Suite E-2
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109
http://www.marchofdimes.com/NewMexico/
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides information and education relative to
birth defects prevention, preventing low birth weight and prenatal
health information.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides variety of educational
opportunities for individuals, groups and professionals about birth
defects prevention and prenatal care. Free film library ( VHS and
16 mm) available for two week rentals. Numerous educational
materials given free or low cost to classes, patients and individuals;
free lending library. Grant funds available to agencies or
organizations involved in low-birth weight prevention or prenatal
care programs. Provides funds for research, nationally, on birth
defects prevention and for some local research at the UNM
School of Medicine directed toward prevention and treatment of
birth defects.
Services
Adult Residential Care Homes * Women * Autism
Autism Therapy
MANZANO MOUNTAIN EARLY
LEARNING CENTER
10834 State Highway 337
Tijeras, NM 87059
(505) 286-3626 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
[email protected]
Congenital Conditions/Anomalies
Prenatal Care * Pregnancy/Birth Problems
Christine Gonzales, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: MMELC is a rural natioanlly accredited,
not-for-profit 501-c-3 child care and learning center offering
quality infant and toddler care, preschool, and before and
after school care.
SERVICE SUMMARY: MMELC provides a full service
child care and early learning program to the rural communites
in the surrounding east mountain area. Our program is
designed to nurture families as well as the whole child
physically, socially, emotionally, cognitively, and spiritually.
We strive to offer every child an environment that will
nourish and grow healthy, competent, happy, and responsible
children. We provide trained staff and quality materials to
enable each individual child to grow and learn at his/her own
rate. We offer our children a spacious indoor and out door
facility which gives them room to grow. We are committed
to helping every child succeed. We work with Albuquerque
Public Schools, and Alta Mira Specialized Family Services in
order to give every child an opportunity to succeed.
MARTINEZTOWN HOUSE OF
NEIGHBORLY SERVICE
808 Edith NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 242-4333 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.martineztown.org/
[email protected]
Anita Romero Torres, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides pre-school, before and after school
child program, Teen Summer, Senior and Family Services for
Martineztown/Santa Barbara residents and persons in need.
HOURS: MTWThF 7AM to 6PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Broad-based community service
organization focusing on responding to the needs of children,
adults and families living in poverty primarily in the Martineztown
and surrounding communities. Programs include a bilingual Book
start (preschool) for 3-4 year old children that focuses on the
introduction of books, literature and self-expression, school
readiness, and an all day pre-school. The Before and After School
care program includes transporting children to and from school,
tutoring, field trips. MHNS has programs for all ages especially
children and elderly for art instruction, summer
recreation/education, summer camp, home visits, parenting
classes, Women's Cooperative, information and referrals for
families and adults, emergency food pantry, translation services,
and support groups. MHNS supports children, parents, caretakers
and elderly to become self-sufficient, productive and responsible
members of our society.
Services
Child Care Providers
Early Childhood Education
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
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MEADOWLARK SENIOR CENTER
4330 Meadowlark Lane
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
Services
(505) 891-5018 Svc/Intake and Admin
Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites
Holiday Programs
Literacy Programs * Children
Multipurpose Centers
Preschools
Senior Centers
Senior Ride Programs
Tutoring Services
http://www.ci.rio-rancho.nm.us/index.asp?NID=410
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: Agency provides multi-purpose community
services for seniors.
HOURS: MW 8AM to10PM / THF 8AM to 5PM
Sites
1. MEADOWLARK SENIOR CENTER
4330 Meadowlark Lane
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
MCLEOD MEDICAL CENTER
1108 Old Route 66
MORIARTY, NM 87035
(505) 891-5018 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 832-4434 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Meadowlark Senior Center
(MSC) is the community focal point where adults 55 years and
older come together for program and service opportunities that
reflect their experiences, skills, diversity, needs, and interests.
www.mcleodmedicalcenter.com
[email protected]
Orrin K. Mcleod, DO, Medical Director
OVERVIEW: Primary Care, Family and General Practice
HOURS: MTWTHF 8:30 AM to 5PM
2. RIO TRANSIT
4330 Meadowlark Lane SE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
Sites
(505) 994-1608 Svc/Intake and Admin
1. MCLEOD MEDICAL CENTER
1108 Old Route 66
MORIARTY, NM 87035
SERVICE SUMMARY:
the Meadowlark area.
(505) 832-4434 Svc/Intake and Admin
Transportation program for seniors in
Services
Orrin K. Mcleod, DO, Medical Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Offers Pediatric care, Geriatric
care, Family Practice and General Practice. Pregnancy
testing, Prenatal care, Internal Medicine, DOT and Drug
Screening, Sports Physicals and Immunizations. Chiropractic
and Foot/Ankle Specialist.
Senior Centers
Senior Ride Programs
SITE: 1
MEALS ON WHEELS OF ALBUQUERQUE
5901 Harper Drive NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109
2. MCLEOD MEDICAL CENTER EDGEWOOD
1851 Old Hwy 66
Unit 1
Edgewood, NM 87015
(505) 823-8061 Volunteer/Outreach
(505) 823-8060 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 286-2396 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.mow-nm.org
[email protected]
Services
Samantha Blauwkamp, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides home delivered meals to the home
bound and elderly, convalescing or disabled persons living at home.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: A meal delivery service designed to
prevent people from entering nursing homes or hospitals due to
improper health, malnutrition or neglect. Delivery of a hot noon
meal to the homebound, convalescent, and persons with
disabilities who live at home and are unable to shop and/or cook
for themselves. Special Medical diets are available. No age or
income restrictions.
General Medical Care
Health Care
Health Screening/Diagnostic Services
Immunizations
Prenatal Care
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITES: 1 2
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Services
Services
Home Delivered Meals
Air Transportation * Nonambulatory
Emergency Medical Transportation * Nonambulatory
Mercy Transportation * Nonambulatory
MEDIC ALERT FOUNDATION
2323 Colorado Ave.
TURLOCK, CA 95382
METHODIST CHILDREN'S HOME
6211 San Mateo Blvd. NE
Ste 150
Albuquerque, NM 87109
(888) 633-4298 800-Line - 24 Hour Customer Service
http://www.medicalert.org/
OVERVIEW: Provides medical information and
identification services via the Medic Alert bracelet or necklace.
HOURS: MTWThFSaSu 24/7 Hotline
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides bracelet or necklace
identification of wearer's hidden medical condition. Emblems
lists patient primary medical condition, identification number,
telephone number to emergency line operations and the
nature of the medical problem. Medical records are kept on
computer and can be accessed by collect call from anywhere
in the world. Neck chains are also available for $35.00. Free
materials will be mailed upon request.
(505) 255-8740 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 853-1272 800-Line
www.methodistchildrenshome.org
Alicia Carter, Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides services for family preservation and
residential care.
HOURS: MTW 9AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides counseling, case
management, parent training, resource referrals and life skills
training for at-risk families. The goal is to identify family strengths
and provide tangible services to help the family stay together and
become self-sustaining. Albuquerque Outreach Office serves as a
link and referral agent to the Methodist Home Campus in Waco,
Texas which provides care for children in family crisis situations
and who are dependent, neglected, in need of supervision, have
mild learning and behavior disorders and those who are mildly
emotionally disturbed. Includes residential care, Children's
Guidance Center, Boy's Ranch. Serves children ages birth to 18.
Services
Identification Devices
Medic Alert
Personal Emergency Response Systems
MERCY MEDICAL AIRLIFT
4620 Haygood Road
Ste. 1
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
Services
Group Homes for Dependent Children
(800) 296-1217 Svc/Intake and Admin
(757) 318-9174 Administrative
METROPOLITAN HOMELESSNESS PROJECT
www.mercymedical.org
[email protected]
715 Candelaria NE
Albuquerque, NM 87125
OVERVIEW: Provides information about all forms of
charitable, long-distance medical air transportation and
provides referrals to all appropriate sources of help available
in the national charitable medical air transportation network.
(505) 344-2323 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.mhp-nm.org/
[email protected]
SERVICE SUMMARY: Ambulatory outpatients call the
National Patient Transport Helpline at 800-296-1217
Dennis R. Plummer, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The Metropolitan Homelessness Project
provides safe emergency shelter and services with the goal of
helping people to exit homelessness.
HOURS: Call for information
Send email to: [email protected]
Patient travel requiring air ambulance and medical
monitoring en route:
call 866-270-9198
Sites
1. ALBUQUERQUE OPPORTUNITY CENTER
715 Candelaria NE
Albuquerque, NM 87125
Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation Enduring
Freedom (OEF) veterans and their families: call
888-662-6794
(505) 344-4340 Reservations
(505) 344-2323 Svc/Intake and Admin
Dennis Plummer, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: AOC is a point of entry for homeless
men and offers residential stability and supportive services to help
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residents exit homelessness permanently and regain
self-sufficiency. 59 bed emergency and supportive services
center for adult, homeless men. Clients may stay an average
of 30 days and are provided transportation. Clients use a bed
reservation system operating from 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM
Monday through Sunday, by calling (505)344-4340. Along
with one-on-one supportive services, AOC provides in-reach
services and referrals that include: Mental health treatment,
dental care, case management, medical, Veterans
Administration, substance abuse treatment, employment.
individuals and families in Valencia County.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
Sites
1. ADELINO HEADSTART MIDWEST NEW MEXICO
COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM
2747 Highway 47th
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
(505) 864-6700 Svc/Intake and Admin
2. COMMUNITY VOICE MAIL
715 Candelaria NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides education for preschool
children from low-income families or those who have disabilities,
including mental illness. Also provides these additional services;
parent training, dental, physical and social services, and nutritional
information. Also serves breakfast and lunch to program
participants.
(505) 340-3004 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Community Voice Mail offers
people in transition a safe and reliable way to receive
information at no cost to them. Clients of the program are
issued their very own local phone number which they can
give out as needed, such as on job applications, to case
workers or family, or in pursuit of housing. Clients record
their own voice mail greeting and callers can leave messages
which can be checked at any time. Another benefit to using
the program is that important information on local
opportunities such as jobs, service provisions, and events is
regularly broadcast to all mail boxes. Partnering agencies who
distribute the numbers to their clients can also broadcast
information to their clients only, such as reminders of
meetings, thereby ensuring their clients get the information.
2. MIDWEST NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY ACTION
PROGRAM
549 Don Pasqual Rd. NW
Los Lunas, NM 87031
(505) 866-0466 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 865-9697 Svc/Intake and Admin
Bill J. Silva, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides financial assistance on a
one-time basis for utilities, rent/mortgage, medical prescriptions
and referral services. Also offers, during tax season, tax assistance
to low-income families. Provides children of low-income families
with comprehensive health, educational and nutritional services.
Services are provided on a funds available basis. Serves Valencia,
Socorro, Catron, Cibola, and McKinley Counties of New Mexico.
3. METROPOLITAN HOMELESSNESS PROJECT
715 Candelaria NE
Albuquerque, NM 87125
Services
(505) 344-2323 Svc/Intake and Admin
Food Pantries
Head Start
Mortgage Payment Assistance
Prescription Expense Assistance
Rent Payment Assistance
Tax Preparation Assistance
Utility Service Payment Assistance
SITES: 1 2
Dennis R. Plummer, Executive Director
Services
Community Voicemail
Dental Care * Homeless People
Employment Transition Counseling * Males
Homeless Shelter * Males
Substance Abuse Counseling * Males
Transitional Housing/Shelter * Males
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITES: 1 2 3
MISIONERAS DE CRISTO FOOD PANTRY
1129 Goff Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
(505) 243-8421 Svc/Intake and Admin
MIDWEST NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY
ACTION PROGRAM
OVERVIEW: Food Pantry
HOURS: Friday evenings at 6PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Pantry located at Bridge and Sunset.
Food boxes distributed on Fridays during evening service.
549 Don Pasqual Rd. NW
Los Lunas, NM 87031
(505) 865-9697 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 866-0466 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
www.midwestnmcap.org
[email protected]
Bill J. Silva, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides direct services to low-income
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Services
Food Pantries
Credit Counseling
Debt Management
MONEY MANAGEMENT
INTERNATIONAL
14141 Southwest Freeway
Suite 1000
Sugar Land, TX 77478
MONTGOMERY CHURCH OF CHRIST
FOOD PANTRY
7201 Montgomery Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
(866) 889-9347 800-Line
www.MoneyManagement.org
(505) 884-7926 Svc/Intake and Admin
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Money Management International (MMI)
offers solutions and tools to help you achieve your financial
goals. We provide professional financial guidance, credit
counseling, debt management solutions, housing counseling
assistance, bankruptcy counseling and education services, and
educational programs by phone, Internet, and in-person
sessions.
http://www.montgomerychurch.org/programs5.htm
OVERVIEW: Food pantry.
HOURS: Monday thru Thursday 9AM to 2PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serves those in need
once every 6 months. New applicants will be required to fill out
application form.
Services
Food Pantries
SERVICE SUMMARY: Money Management
International (MMI) is the largest nonprofit, full-service
credit counseling organization in the nation. MMI provides
professional financial guidance, credit counseling,
community-wide educational programs, debt management
assistance, bankruptcy counseling and education services, and
housing counseling assistance to consumers via phone,
Internet and in-person sessions at more than 100 local offices
throughout the country. MMI is a HUD-approved housing
counseling agency, and also a member of the National
Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) and The
Association of Independent Consumer Credit Counseling
Agencies (AICCCA). Please visit
www.MoneyManagement.org for more locations in your area.
MONZANO MOUNTAIN EARLY LEARNING
CENTER
10834 State Highway 337
Tijeras, NM 87059
(505) 286-3626 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://mmelc.org/
[email protected]
Christine Gonzales, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: MMELC is a rural nationally accredited,
not-for-profit 501-c-3 child care and learning center offering
quality infant and toddler care, preschool, and before and after
school care
Albuquerque Central Branch
2727 San Pedro NE
Suite 117
Albuquerque, NM 87110
SERVICE SUMMARY: Manzano Mountain Learning Center
(MMELC): A rural, nationally accredited child care and learning
center offering quality infant and toddler care, preschool, and
before and after school care to families that meet low-income
criteria, yet do not qualify for CYFD assistance.
Albuquerque-West Branch
2518 Southern Blvd. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87124
Services
Santa Fe Branch
228 St. Francis Dr.
Suite C-2
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Child Care Centers
Preschools
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Las Cruces Branch
1065-B South Main St.
Suite B
Las Cruces, NM, 88005
Call for Information
MORIARTY - EDGEWOOD SCHOOL
DISTRICT
200 Center Street
MORIARTY, NM 87035
(505) 832-4471 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.moriarty.k12.nm.us/
[email protected]
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Dr. Karen Couch, Superintendent
OVERVIEW: Moriarty Municipal Schools
SERVICE SUMMARY: Public school district for
Moriarty, NM.
3. SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER
120 Roosevelt Avenue
Moriarty, NM 87035
(505) 832-4425 Service/Intake
Services
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides services to people 55 years
and older. These include congregate meals, recreational programs,
and educational/public awareness programs.
Dropout Programs
Education
Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
Preschools
Public Schools
School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen
Programs
Secondary/High Schools
Services
Education
Elementary Schools
Parenting Education
School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen Programs
Secondary/High Schools
Substance Abuse Education/Prevention
SITE: 2
MORIARTY CITY GOVERNMENT
201 Broadway Street
MORIARTY, NM 87035
Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites
Government Information Lines
Law Enforcement Services
Public Libraries
Public Officials Offices
SITES: 1 3
(505) 832-4406 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.cityofmoriarty.org/index.php?page=home
[email protected]
Ted Hart, Mayor
OVERVIEW: Provides for the normal government
services and programs.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING
3411 Candelaria NE
Ste B
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Sites
1. MORIARTY CITY GOVERNMENT
201 Broadway Street
MORIARTY, NM 87035
(800) 438-6233 800-GET-MADD
(505) 255-2955 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 832-4406 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.madd.org/nm
[email protected]
Ted Hart, Mayor
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for, and administers
normal government services and programs. These include
Police and Fire protection, public administration, and other
services for the general welfare of the citizens of the town of
Moriarty.
Lora Lee Ortiz, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides aid to families and victims of DWI
crashes and programs to enhance the publics understanding of the
problem of DWI in New Mexico.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides speakers and educational
materials for public education and awareness relating to DWI, no
fee. Support groups are available with professionals and other
victims.
2. MORIARTY MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS
200 Center Street
Moriarty, NM 87035
(505) 832-4471 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
Dr. Karen Couch, Superintendent
SERVICE SUMMARY: General public educational
programs and services for the Moriarty School District. This
includes provision for facilities, staff, and equipment needed
to operate a public education district. This district operates
under the guidance and mandate of the local Board of
Education and the State Board of Education.
Alcohol Abuse Education/Prevention
Alcohol/Drug Impaired Driving Prevention
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Sites
MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
2401 University Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 242-8331 Svc/Intake and Admin
1. HOUSING AUTHORITY TOWN OF MOUNTAINAIR
107 1/2 Roosevelt
MOUNTAINAIR, NM 87036
http://www.mom-bc.com/
(505) 847-2321 Service/Intake
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving southeast
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Subsidizes rent payments for eligible
low income tenants. Rents is established by HUD. Eligible
families pay no more than 30 percent of their adjusted monthly
income towards rent.
2. MOUNTAINAIR TOWN GOVERNMENT
Mountainair City Hall
109 N. Roosevelt Avenue
MOUNTAINAIR, NM 87036
Services
Food Pantries
(505) 847-2321 Svc/Intake and Admin
MOUNTAINAIR PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Chester Riley, Mayor
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for, and administers normal
government services and programs. These include police and fire
protection, public administration, and other services for the
general welfare of the citizens of the town of Mountainair.
512 North Ross Ave.
Mountainair, NM 87036
(505) 847-2333 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.mountainairpublicschools.com/
3. POLICE DEPARTMENT
109 N. Roosevelt
MOUNTAINAIR, NM 87036
OVERVIEW: Provides for general public education
services and programs in the Mountainair Public School
District.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for general Public
Education services and programs for the Mountainair Public
School District. This includes the provision of facilities, staff
and equipment to operate the school district. The district
operates under the mandate and direction of the local School
Board of Education and also the State Board of Education.
(505) 847-2806 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY:
town of Mountainair.
Provides police protection for the
Services
Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing
Subsidized Housing Administrative Organizations
SITE: 1
Services
Dropout Programs
Education
Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
Preschools
School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen
Programs
Secondary/High Schools
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Government Information Lines
Law Enforcement Services
Public Officials Offices
SITES: 2 3
MOVE THE MOUNTAIN LEADERSHIP
CENTER
1908 Tierra Vida Place
Albuquerque, NM 87107
MOUNTAINAIR TOWN GOVERNMENT
Mountainair City Hall
109 N. Roosevelt Avenue
MOUNTAINAIR, NM 87036
(505) 345-1669 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 232-9285 800-Line
www.movethemountain.org
(505) 847-2321 Svc/Intake and Admin
Scott Miller, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Circles blends formal and informal support to
help people out of poverty and help those most vulnerable build
social capital to bridge access to resources. This program brings
the community together to build relationships across class lines,
identify systemic barriers that keep poverty in place, and to
provide a framework for increasing low-income peoples earnings
and assets, and reducing their debt and need for public assistance.
The number of families helped out of poverty through Circles will
http://mountainairnm.gov/
[email protected]
Chester Riley, Mayor
OVERVIEW: Provides for and administers the
government of the town of Mountainair.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
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grow exponentially throughout the community.
Services
Muscular Dystrophy
Muscular Dystrophy Clinics
SERVICE SUMMARY: Candidates for Circle Leaders
must live 200% below poverty threshold. They may be
referred by local service agencies like Cuidando Los Ninos,
the Sandoval County Community Health Alliance or have
heard about Circles through word of mouth. Final selection is
based on interviews with members of the Guiding Coalition.
NACIMIENTO MEDICAL FOUNDATION
6362 Hwy 550
Cuba, NM 87013
(575) 289-3718 Svc/Intake and Admin
Leaders must be motivated to a) complete Getting Ahead
class to review the causes of poverty, both the personal and
community barriers b) develop a personal plan for getting out
of poverty c) commit to 18 mo. d) identify ways to help
community leaders help others out of poverty.
Richard Kozoll, M.D., M.P.H., Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Public health Services for the Cuba-Eastern
Navajo Mountain area.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Nacimiento Medical Foundation
provides public health, WIC nutrition and client assistance
services to the Cuba-Eastern Navajo-Jemez Mountain area. Client
Assistance Services provides public health, WIC nutrition and
client assistance to Jemez Mountain Area.
Allies are middle-upper class volunteers recruited through
the community. Allies befriend and provide support to a
Leader for networks to resources.
Allies must be motivated to a) complete Bridges out of
Poverty course focused on learning a mental model for
understanding the culture of poverty, middle class, and wealth
b) build an intentional relationship with a family in poverty c)
use the experience to advocate within the community for
systemic changes that keep poverty in place.
Services
General Medical Care
Health Care
Health Screening/Diagnostic Services
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR THE
MENTALLY ILL NEW MEXICO
Services
Adult Mentoring Programs
Economic Self Sufficiency Programs
Volunteer Opportunities
8015 Mountain Rd NE
Suite 101
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(800) 953-6745 Warm Line
(505) 260-0154 Svc/Intake and Admin
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION
MDA
nm.nami.org
[email protected]
6733 Academy NE
Suite D-1
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109
Kris Ericson, President
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Educate and advocate for the mentally ill. Train
Treatment Guardians. Present for Anti-stigma and Outreach.
Support a drop-in Center. Train family members to deal with their
loved one through a family-to-family program.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides educational materials to
families and friends of persons with mental illness. Provides
speakers and materials for public education. Also offers
information about other resources. Offers a support group to
families and friends of the mentally ill. The consumer council
provides support on consumer issues as they relate to those with
mental illness.
(505) 828-1331 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://mda.org/office/albuquerque
[email protected]
Stephanie Ramirez, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides services for people with Muscular
Dystrophy. This includes a clinic, orthopedic equipment, and
support groups.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Muscular Dystrophy
Association provides services to people who are affected by
any one of forty neuro-muscular diseases. MDA provides
education, orthopedic equipment, adult and pediatric clinics,
summer camp, flu inoculations, support groups and research.
All services are provided to those with a neuromuscular
disease that have been seen by our clinic.
Services
Developmental Assessment * Information Services
Guardianship Assistance * Information Services
Mental Health Care and Counseling
Mental Health Hotlines
Mental Health Information/Education
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after-school programs.
NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND
EXPLOITED CHILDREN
Charles B. Wang International Children's
699 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Services: At-risk youth, outreach, youth development, health &
wellness, arts education
(800) 843-5678 Svc/Intake and Admin - 1-800-THE-LOST
(703) 224-2150 Administrative
www.missingkids.com
Services
OVERVIEW: Information for missing and exploited
children.
HOURS: 24/7 Hotline
SERVICE SUMMARY: A non-profit agency assisting
parents of missing and exploited children, we assist law
enforcement, social service agencies and the community
regarding missing and exploited children. Brochures and child
protection are available to the public, law enforcement, social
services and the community. Report missing and exploited
children cases to this agency.
Dance Instruction * Children
NATIONAL EATING DISORDERS
ASSOCIATION - NEDA
165 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
(216) 575-6200 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 931-2237 800 Helpline
Services
www.nationaleatingdisorders.org
[email protected]
Children's Protective Services
Children's Rights Groups
Sexually Exploited Children
Specialized Information and Referral *
Families/Friends of Missing Persons
Lynn S. Grefe, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Dedicated to providing education, resources and
support to those affected by eating disorders. .
SERVICE SUMMARY: If you or someone you know is
struggling with an eating disorder, we are here to help. Call our toll
free, confidential Helpline Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm,
pacific time: 1-800-931-2237. Our helpline volunteers will be there
to offer support and guidance with compassion and understanding.
NATIONAL DANCE INSTITUTE OF NEW
MEXICO NDI-NM
4800 Central Ave. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Services
(505) 872-1800 Svc/Intake and Admin
Anorexia Nervosa
Bulimia
Eating Disorders Screening
Eating Disorders Treatment
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
www.ndi-nm.org
[email protected]
Russell Baker, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: NDI New Mexico is founded with the
knowledge that the arts have a unique power to engage and
motivate children. The purpose of our distinctive programs
is to help children develop discipline, and standard of
excellence, and a belief in themselves that will carry over into
all aspects of their lives.
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND
OF NEW MEXICO
10315 Propps Dr. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
(505) 268-3895 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: At NDI New Mexio, we care
about the whole student: challenging tasks develop their
minds; vigorous physical activities make their bodies strong; a
high standard of excellence sets a new bar for what can be
achieved; and team-building exercises boost their confidence
and enrich their spirit. NDI New Mexico has been teaching
children excellence in Albuquerque since 1997. With our
motto of “work hard, do your best, and never give up”, we
use movement as a tool to teach children life skills such as
teamwork, confidence, and a standard of excellence. In
partnership with Albuquerque Public Schools, NDI New
Mexico will reach 1,170 students at 16 schools next year.
Plans for the future include doubling the number of students
we serve, opening the doors to a local facility, and offering
www.nfbnm.org
[email protected]
Christine Hall, President
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Consumer advocacy organization for the blind.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: We can refer to other agencies and
offer support through our local chapters and divisions such as :
Parents of blind Children, Students, Seniors and Diabetics. We
also give scholarships to our students in Post-secondary Schools.
Clients must be residents of New Mexico , be a member of
NFBNM and must be blind or visually impaired.
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Services
Services
Specialized Information and Referral * Blindness
Support Groups * Blindness
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Advocacy * Native American Community
Cultural Heritage Groups
Youth Development * Native American Community
NATIONAL HIV AND STD TESTING
RESOURCES
NATIONAL KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF
NEW MEXICO, INC.
CDC NPIN
PO Box 6003
Rockville, MD 20849-6003
3167 San Mateo Blvd NE
# 162
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(800) 232-4636 1-800-CDC-INFO
(800) 448-0440 1-800-HIV-0440
(800) 458-5231 1-800 Hotline
(505) 830-3542 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 282-0190 800-Line
http://www.kidney.org
[email protected]
http://www.hivtest.org/
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of services for kidney patients
and their families. T
HOURS: MTWThF -9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of education
materials to the public to increase awareness and understanding of
kidney disease. Encourages individuals to become organ donors
and supplies donor cards to the public. Provides educational
opportunities to renal professionals in the care and treatment of
kidney disease. Provides limited financial assistance to patients
for emergency situations. Need must be established and reviewed
by Patient Services Committee. All kidney disease patients may
purchase medication at a reduced cost as prescribed by their
physicians. Physician referral is required. Provides funds for
research on the causes prevention and treatment of kidney disease.
OVERVIEW: Specialized information about STD and
HIV services and testing.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Information and referral
resources about Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD's) and
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
Services
AIDS/HIV Issues
Confidential HIV Testing
Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening
Sexually Transmitted Disease Treatment
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
NATIONAL INDIAN YOUTH COUNCIL,
INC.
Services
Hemodialysis
Kidney Transplants
Lithotripsy
Organ Donor Cards/Registries
Organ Transplants
318 Elm Street SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 247-2251 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.niyc-alb.org/
[email protected]
NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
SOCIETY NEW MEXICO OFFICE
Norman Ration, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Acts in the role of advocate for Native
Americans on many issues and also assists on issues of
education and employment.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Seeks to preserve the traditional
religion and works with traditional Indian religious leaders.
Conducts political attitudes and political behavior polling.
Has nongovernmental organization status with the economic
and social council of the United Nations. NYC publishes
AMERICANS BEFORE COLUMBUS and produces timely
reports on Indian political behavior and current issues.
3540 Pan American Frwy. NE
Ste F
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(800) 344-4867 800-Line/Information Line
(505) 243-2792 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.nationalmssociety.org/chapters/NMX/index.aspx
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides information and educational
materials/meetings relative to the condition of Multiple Sclerosis.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides information, programs,
services, resources and education to those diagnosed with MS, and
those affected by the disease including caregivers, family, friends
and employers, and to the public. Financial assistance. Referral
services. Support services. Research into the cause, treatment and
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prevention of MS.
actions are out of the ordinary for the person
•Feeling hopeless
•Feeling rage or uncontrolled anger or seeking revenge
•Acting reckless or engaging in risky activities - seemingly without
thinking
•Feeling trapped - like there's no way out
•Increasing alcohol or drug use
•Withdrawing from friends, family, and society
•Feeling anxious, agitated, or unable to sleep or sleeping all the
time
•Experiencing dramatic mood changes
•Seeing no reason for living or having no sense of purpose in life
HOURS: Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The program provides mental health
services for all individuals of all ages, including veterans and
families of military personnel and veterans. Services include crisis
intervention, and suicide prevention hotlines. There are no
geographic restrictions.
The hotline is a national, 24 hour, suicide prevention service
available to individuals seeking help with emotional distress or a
suicidal crisis. After a short automated message, callers will be
connected to the nearest available suicide prevention and mental
health call center participating in the network. Military personnel,
veterans, and families of military personnel and veterans must
select Option #1 on the menu to be connected to the appropriate
call center.
The agency provides telephone assessment, support and referral
information for people in emotional distress and/or suicidal crisis.
Services
Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis Clinics
Temporary Financial Assistance * Multiple
Sclerosis
NATIONAL RUNAWAY SWITCHBOARD
3080 North Lincoln Ave.
CHICAGO, IL 60657
(800) 786-2929 1-800-RUNAWAY - Crisis Line
(773) 880-9860 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.1800runaway.org
[email protected]
A pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides information and referral and crisis
intervention for youth and their families.
HOURS: 24/7 Hotline
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides information about
options to youth in need, and helps caller develop a plan of
action. Also provides information and referrals for crisis
intervention, youth in crisis, message delivery and
conferencing services.
Services
Services
Homeless Family Reunification Services
Internet Based Crisis Intervention
Long Distance Transportation * At Risk Youth
Runaway Prevention Programs
Runaway/Homeless Youth Counseling
Runaway/Homeless Youth Hotlines
Suicide Prevention Hotlines
NATIVE AMERICAN PROFESSIONAL
PARENT RESOURCES (NAPPR), INC.
2201 San Pedro NE
Bldg. 3, Ste 210
Albuquerque, NM 87110
NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION
LIFELINE
(505) 345-6289 Svc/Intake and Admin
50 Broadway, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10004
www.nappr.org
[email protected]
(800) 784-2433 (800) SUICIDE
(888) 628-9454 800 Line Spanish
(800) 273-8255 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 799-4889 800-Line
OVERVIEW: “NAPPR empowers, educates and provides
supportive services to build healthy Native American children and
families”
SERVICE SUMMARY: Native American Professional Parent
Resources Inc. is an independent 501c3 nonprofit corporation and
is a predominate resource for Native American families residing in
the four county area- providing comprehensive, accessible direct
services in the natural environments. Services provided by
NAPPR are responsive and relevant to the needs of Native
American families. NAPPR is a source of information and services
for families and organizations, and advocates for quality services
for Native American children and their families an local, state and
national levels.
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
OVERVIEW:
Suicide prevention lifeline, 24/7.
What Are The Warning Signs For Suicide?
Seek help as soon as possible by contacting a mental health
professional or by calling the National Suicide Prevention
Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK if you or someone you know
exhibits any of the following signs:
•Threatening to hurt or kill oneself or talking about wanting
to hurt or kill oneself
•Looking for ways to kill oneself by seeking access to
firearms, available pills, or other means
•Talking or writing about death, dying, or suicide when these
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Services
NEW MEXICO ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION
6600 Palomas Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Advocacy * Native American Community
Early Intervention for Children with
Disabilities/Delays * Native American Community
Native American General Assistance
Parenting Education * Native American Community
(505) 923-3110 Svc/Intake and Admin
(888) 820-6622 800-Line
www.nmact.org
[email protected]
NEW BEGINNINGS CHURCH OF GOD
Sally Marquez, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: New Mexico Activities Association offers
comprehensive information regarding statewide interscholastic
activities.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The New Mexico Activities
Association was formed in 1921 as a private/non-profit
organization whose principle purpose is the regulation, direction,
administration and supervision of interscholastic activities in the
State of New Mexico. The NMAA prides itself in its leadership,
providing educational and social experiences for the students and
communities of New Mexico. The NMAA has taken a leadership
role nationally in several areas, including sportsmanship, media
relations, coaches’ preparation and interscholastic activities.
3601 Montgomery Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
(505) 883-9079 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: call for hours of operation
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving northeast
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
Services
Food Pantries
Services
Recreational Activities/Sports
Team Sports/Leagues
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
NEW LIFE HOMES, INC.
1404 Pennacle View Dr. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
(505) 293-7553 Svc/Intake and Admin
NEW MEXICO AGING & LONG TERM
SERVICES DEPARTMENT
www.newlifehomesnm.com
John Bloomfield, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: NLH provides safe, affordable, quality
housing for the most vulnerable members of the community,
specifically persons with mental illness, physical disabilities,
seniors, and persons who have been homeless.
1015 Tijeras NW, Suite 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 841-4500 Adult Protective Services Albuquerque
(505) 476-4912 Adult Protective Services Santa Fe
(866) 654-3219 Adult Protective Services- Statewide Intake
(505) 222-4500 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 432-2080 800-Line
SERVICE SUMMARY: Housing: The program is for
predevelopment costs for an anticipated housing
development of 48 new housing units for Albuquerque's most
vulnerable; the homeless, the elderly, and the mentally ill.
www.nmaging.state.nm.us
OVERVIEW: The New Mexico Aging and Long-Term
Services Department is dedicated to promoting the independence
and dignity of elders and individuals living with a disability.
Mental Health: Service coordination for residents with local
support services (case management, nutrition, health, legal),
and educational and social activities creating a community of
residents who support each other.
Sites
1. ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES
625 Silver SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Services
(866) 654-3219 Adult Protective Services- Statewide Intake
(505) 841-4500 Svc/Intake and Admin
Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing
Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing * Frail
Elderly
Older Adult/Disability Related Supportive Housing
Supported Living Services for Adults with
Disabilities
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Adult Protectice Services
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NEW MEXICO ASIAN FAMILY CENTER
2. NEW MEXICO AGING & LONG TERM
SERVICES DEPARTMENT
1015 Tijeras NW, Suite 200
Albuquerque, NM 87102
619 San Mateo Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 717-2877 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 841-4500 Adult Protective Services Albuquerque
(505) 476-4912 Adult Protective Services Santa Fe
(505) 222-4500 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 432-2080 800-Line
http://nmafc.org/
[email protected]
Sherry Spitzer, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The New Mexico Asian Family Center is a place
for Asian immigrants and their families to share their concerns, to
learn about their own and others’ cultures, to build supportive
networks, and to increase self-sufficiency.
SERVICE SUMMARY: NMAFC currently provides 4
programs.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Our mission is to achieve the
highest quality of life for older persons, people with
disabilities and their families by enhancing autonomy, health,
economic well-being, community involvement, and personal
responsibility.
1. Crime Victim Support Program: assists Asian crime victims and
their families.
Services
Adult Day Program Centers
Adult Protective Services
Case/Care Management * Frail Elderly
Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites
Independent Living Communities/Complexes for
Older Adults
Senior Advocacy Groups
Senior Centers
Senior Housing Information and Referral
Specialized Information and Referral * Older Adults
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITE: 2
2. Tobacco & Health Program: provides free tobacco cessation
counseling in Asian languages and also tobacco use prevention for
Asian youth.
3. Responsible Gambling Program: provides free counseling and
case-management services for problem/compulsive Asian
gamblers and their families.
4. Adjustment Support Program: support Asian children and
families in need.
Services
NEW MEXICO AIDS SERVICE, INC.
625 Truman St. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
Crime Victim Support Groups
Cultural Heritage Groups
Family Based Services
Gambling Addiction Prevention Programs
Refugee Resettlement Services
Smoking Education/Prevention
(505) 938-7100 Svc/Intake and Admin
(888) 882-2437 800-Line (888)882-AIDS
http://www.nmas.net/
[email protected]
Kathleen Kelley, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides education/information, client
service, and support.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Educational in-service to
schools, businesses, medical groups, churches and private
citizens.
NEW MEXICO ASSOCIATION FOR HOME &
HOSPICE CARE
3200 Carlisle Blvd. NE
Suite 117
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 889-4556 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.nmahc.org
[email protected]
Services
Joie Glenn, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The New Mexico Association for Home and
Hospice Care serves its membership through advocacy,
networking, education and communication by promoting success
and best practices for home care, hospice and related home health
support services
SERVICE SUMMARY: NMAHHC represents approximately
120 home care agency members who provide hands-on care to
New Mexico residents in their homes. NMAHHC includes in its
membership all types of agencies: licensed and certified, private
and hospital-based home care and hospice programs, proprietary,
AIDS/HIV Clinics
AIDS/HIV Issues
AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling
Confidential HIV Testing
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and non-profit, case management, home medical
equipment/infusion & supplies, and affiliated businesses. The
agencies are located within 5 regions throughout New
Mexico. There is representation on the NMAHHC board
from each region.
Sites
1. FAMILIES FOR CHILDREN
6209 Hendrix Road NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(505) 881-4200 Svc and Admin
NMAHHC provides a variety of services to its members
including information, education, advocacy for adequate
reimbursement, appropriate regulation and a code of ethics
for home care and hospice.
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Through Families for Children, caring
foster families give young children (infants to age 12) a safe place
to live. These children are better served in a more intimate setting
rather than a residential group home atmosphere.
Families for Children is licensed by the New Mexico Children,
Youth and Families Department as an adoption and foster care
agency. All foster homes are licensed by our agency, and are
closely monitored by staff
Services
In Home Assistance Registries
In Home Hospice Care
Information and Referral * Caregivers
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
2. NEW MEXICO GIRL'S RANCH
PMB 312, 7 Avenida Vista Grande
Santa Fe, NM 87508-9199
NEW MEXICO AUTISM SOCIETY
(505) 466-7459 Office
(800) 660-0289 Placement Information
Albuquerque, NM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Residential group home in rural
setting providing structure, training and community living
experiences for girls 10-18. Voluntary, goal-oriented program
includes behavioral modification based upon Christian values with
an emphasis upon helping teens deal with authority issues.
Individual and family therapy provided for residents and
parents/guardians. Campus school enhanced by
computer/technological training. Admission decisions based upon
youth's (and family, when appropriate) potential to benefit from
the Ranch program.
(800) 328-8476 (800)-3AUTISM
(505) 332-0306 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.nmautismsociety.org/
OVERVIEW: Provides for advocacy and public awareness
education on the condition of Autism.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Advocacy, program
development, information and referral, public education and
awareness for persons with autism in New Mexico.
3. NEW MEXICO BOYS AND GIRLS RANCHES, INC.
THE RANCHES
P.O. Box 5000
Boys Ranch, NM 87002
Services
Autism Therapy
Automobile Donation Programs
Specialized Information and Referral * Autism
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
(800) 660-0289 Svc/Intake and Admin - Placement Information
(505) 881-3363 Svc/Intake and Admin
Nikki Kull, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Residential group home in rural
setting providing structure, training and community living
experiences for boys 10-18. Voluntary, goal-oriented program
includes behavioral modification based upon Christian values with
an emphasis upon helping teens deal with authority issues.
Individual and family therapy provided for residents and
parent/guardians. Campus school enhanced by
computer/technological training. Admissions decisions based
upon the youth's (and family, when appropriate) potential to
benefit from the Ranch program.
NEW MEXICO BOYS AND GIRLS
RANCHES, INC. THE RANCHES
6209 Hendrix Road NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(800) 660-0289 Svc/Intake and Admin
Placement Information
(505) 881-3363 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.theranches.org
[email protected]
Services
Nikki Kull, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Residential child care for boys and girls 10
to 18. Family therapy and counseling, foster care and
adoption for infants to 12.
HOURS: Call for information
Adolescent/Youth Counseling
Adoption Counseling and Support
Adoption Information
Behavior Modification
Foster Homes for Dependent Children
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service clients. Advocacy for abused children. Our vision is to
protect a child's inherent right to grow up in a safe, supportive,
and permanent home.
Group Homes for Dependent Children
SITES: 1 2 3
Sites
NEW MEXICO CANCER CARE ALLIANCE
UNM Cancer Cernt Admin. Bldg.
1201 Camino De Salud
2nd Floor
Albuquerque, NM
1. ALBUQUERQUE CASA, INC.
2340 Alamo Ave SE
Ste 112
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 272-7813 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 977-3432 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.nmcca.org
[email protected]
Veronica Montano-Pilch, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: The mission of Albuquerque CASA,
Inc. is to provide expressly trained volunteer advocates to preserve
and protect the rights and interests of children involved in all
aspects of the Children’s Court system.
Teresa L. Stewart, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: NMCCA offers New Mexico cancer
patients and physicians access to up-to-date clinical research
studies in cancer treatment. New Mexico Cancer Care
Alliance (NMCCA) is a New Mexico nonprofit 501(c)(3)
charitable organization. We are dedicated to providing New
Mexico cancer patients, their families and loved ones with
access to the latest information on cancer treatment.
SERVICE SUMMARY: To increase the quality of cancer
care in New Mexico by bringing to the state cancer clinical
trials offered through government agencies and private
sponsors. Cancer clinical trials test on people new
combinations of treatments, drugs, approaches to surgery and
radiation, and other treatments. They frequently provide the
best new therapies for cancer patients. Clinical trials address
the individuals’ health needs and the medical knowledge
gained through them directly affects the progress toward
cures.
These studies are necessary to meet our goals of contributing
to the medical knowledge base, increasing the quality of life
for patients and providing access to and information about
the latest research, technologies and clinical services.
We are a central location that completes paperwork required
to open cancer clinical research studies. The paperwork
includes contracts, budgets and forms required by the United
States government to make sure investigators conduct the
trial properly.
2. NEW MEXICO CASA NETWORK
(505) 217-0232 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: The New Mexico CASA Network
strives in all of its relationships to be:
Visionary and proactive – Our dream is that every child who
needs a CASA volunteer will have one.
Persistent and committed – We will work tirelessly to advocate
for the best interests of abused and neglected children.
Culturally appropriate and community oriented – Our advocacy is
provided in a context of language and culture that is familiar for
each child.
Quality-centered and innovative – We believe children deserve
the finest, most effective and efficient advocacy possible.
Caring and ethical – We seek to always serve in ways that are
ethical and considerate. We are open, forthright and trustworthy.
Effective and accountable – Our advocacy produces measurable
and positive outcomes for children.
Services
Committed to the development of leaders – Our organization
provides opportunities for and encourages staff, volunteers and
board members to become better leaders in their communities.
Research * Cancer
Specialized Information and Referral * Cancer
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Responsive – We will promptly and efficiently serve local
program needs.
NEW MEXICO CASA NETWORK
Volunteer-oriented – We are committed to the spirit of
volunteerism and strive to nurture well-trained and
well-appreciated volunteers.
(505) 217-0232 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://nmcasa.org/
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: The New Mexico CASA Network’s mission
is to support volunteer advocacy for the best interests of
abused and neglected children involved in the court system.
We work with local CASA programs to promote and support
quality volunteer advocacy to help assure each child a safe,
permanent, nurturing home.
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Services
3. SANDOVAL COUNTY CASA
Rio Rancho, NM
Benefits Assistance
Human Rights Groups
Political Action/Lobbying Groups
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
(505) 720-7030 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Sandoval County CASA is based
in Rio Rancho and Bernalillo, New Mexico (northwest of
Albuquerque).
NEW MEXICO CHILDREN, YOUTH AND
FAMILY DEPARTMENT - CYFD
4. VALENCIA COUNTY CASA
P.O. Box 730
Los Lunas, NM 87031
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(800) 797-3260 800-Line (Statewide Incident Report Line)
(855) 333-7233 (855)333-SAFE -Repot Abuse or Neglect
(866) 654-3219 Adult Protective Services
(505) 841-6100 Child Protective Services
(505) 352-3483 Administrative
SERVICE SUMMARY: With the help of volunteer
advocates, Valencia County Casa stands up for abused and
neglected children, by helping them find safe, permanent
homes.
http://www.cyfd.org/
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a full gamut of services throughout the
State of New Mexico to children, youth and families.
Services
Advocacy * Abused Children
Children's Protective Services
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITES: 1 2 3 4
Sites
1. CYFD CHILD CARE SERVICES BUREAU
ASSISTANCE METRO REGION
3401 Pan American Freeway
Albuquerque, NM 87107
NEW MEXICO CENTER ON LAW AND
POVERTY
(505) 841-4800 Service/Intake
720 Vassar Drive NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for income based day care.
Parent must be working or attending school and must be below
150% of federal poverty guidelines. There may be a waiting list.
Also offers a program of transitional day care for those just
coming off of TANF and who are entering the work force. Also
offers a program for working parent.
(505) 255-2840 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.nmpovertylaw.org
[email protected]
Kim Posich, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The New Mexico Center on Law and
Poverty works to assure that the policies, laws and practices
intended to address the problems of those living in poverty
are designed and administered legally, fairly and effectively.
Our approach is to focus on areas that present the greatest
opportunity for systemic improvement.
2. CYFD FAMILY NUTRITION BUREAU
3401 Pan American Freeway
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(800) 328-2665 (800) EAT-COOL
(505) 841-4856 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: The New Mexico Center on Law
and Poverty is a non-profit law firm and advocacy group with
the mission of addressing systemic issues that affect the poor.
We work to assure that the policies, laws and practices
intended to address the problems of those living in poverty
are well designed and are implemented legally, fairly and
effectively.
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides administrative direction to
all nutrition offices statewide.
Provides for a child care food program to children ages 12 and
younger if enrolled at a non-profit day care center, or persons with
physical or mental disabilities with a home day care provider;
(if they receive care with a home day care provider where the
majority of the children cared for are ages 18 and under).
Also provides nutritious meals in the summer to children who are
on school year food program. Call for designated sites.
The Center carries out its mission in several ways with one
common theme: to bring the voice and perspective of
low-income New Mexicans to processes which may impact
their lives, and from which they are often excluded.
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committed by the courts for a period of not more than 15
days
3. CYFD JUVENILE PROBATION/PAROLE OFFICE
5100 Second St NW
Ste 700
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
Services
Adoption Information
Foster Home Licensing
Foster Home Placement * Foster Parents
Parent Counseling * Adoptive Parents
Parenting Education * Adoptive Parents
Preadoptive Foster Care
SITE: 5
(505) 841-7302 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides juvenile
probation/parole for youth who are referred by law
enforcement agencies. Provides opportunities for community
service as a condition of their probation. Juvenile Intensive
Probation Services works with probationers who have
exhausted all other alternatives and are repeat offenders.
Offers an alcoholism prevention education program for the
exclusive use of juvenile probation/parole office and
children's court. It is not a treatment program. Provides a
Victim-Offender Mediation program that brings together
offenders and victims in mediation to negotiate as a
restitution agreement.
Child Care Complaints
Child Care Provider Licensing
Child Care Providers * Low Income
SITE: 1
Child Abuse Hotlines
Child Abuse Reporting/Emergency Response
Children's Protective Services
Correctional Facilities * Juvenile Delinquents
Foster Homes for Dependent Children
SITES: 4 5 6
4. CYFD NEW MEXICO BOY'S SCHOOL
PO Box 38
SPRINGER, NM 87747
(575) 483-2475 Administrative
Children's/Adolescent Residential Treatment Facilities
Education * At Risk Youth
Juvenile Detention Facilities
Juvenile Probation
Rehabilitation/Habilitation Services * At Risk Youth
SITES: 3 4 6
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a facility for juvenile
offenders. provides care, custody, and rehabilitation services.
Time commitment is as specified by the courts.
5. NEW MEXICO CHILDREN, YOUTH AND
FAMILY DEPARTMENT - CYFD
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Nutrition Education
Nutrition Related Public Assistance Programs
SITE: 2
(855) 333-7233 (855)333-SAFE -Repot Abuse or Neglect
(866) 654-3219 Adult Protective Services
(505) 841-6100 Child Protective Services
(800) 797-3260 800-Line
(505) 841-7800 Service/Intake
Alcohol Abuse Education/Prevention
Juvenile Probation
Substance Abuse Education/Prevention
Youth Courts
SITE: 3
SERVICE SUMMARY: Protective Services investigates
allegations of child abuse or neglect within the family setting.
Referrals are made to community services. For higher risk
families, services are provided by CYFD through Family
Preservation Services or Voluntary Family Services. When
children cannot be safely maintained in the family home, a
legal case is filed and children are placed in a foster care
setting. Foster families are recruited, studied, trained,
approved and supported by CYFD staff. When children are
freed for adoption, they are placed in an adoptive home and
CYFD continues to support the placement until finalization.
NEW MEXICO COALITION AGAINST
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
320 Gold Avenue SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 246-9240 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 773-3645 800-Line (In-State Only)
(800) 799-7233 Hotline/Talkline/Warmline
6. YOUTH DIAGNOSTIC & DEVELOPMENT
CENTER
4000 Edith Blvd. NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
www.nmcadv.org
[email protected]
Pamela Wiseman, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: The NMCADV is comprised of people dealing
with concerns of victims of domestic violence. We represent both
rural and urban areas. Our programs support and involve people
of all racial, social, religious, and economic groups, gender and
gender identity, ages and life-styles. We oppose the use of violence
as a means of control over others and support equality in
(505) 841-2431 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for care, control, and
education for boys and girls committed for six months and
for girls committed for two or three year periods. Also
provides diagnostic evaluation for male and female offenders
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relationships and the concept of helping people assume power
over their own lives.
Adult Sexual Assault Prevention
Child Sexual Assault Prevention
Sexual Assault Hotlines
Sexual Assault Prevention
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Mission is to improve the
response to and reduce the impact of domestic violence in
New Mexico. We accomplish this by advocating for positive
social change at all levels & providing support and resources
to members of the Coalition.
NEW MEXICO COMMISSION FOR THE
DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING
2500 Louisiana Blvd. NE
Ste 400
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Since its inception in 1982, New Mexico Coalition Against
Domestic Violence (NMCADV) has been at the forefront
working to achieve a coordinated local, regional, and
statewide response to domestic violence. NMCADV
members, affiliates, and advocates are committed to ending
domestic violence. The vision of NMCADV is that children
will grow up without witnessing and experiencing violence in
their homes. The Coalition has, and will continue to, educate
the public about domestic violence and make it everyone's
business!
(800) 489-8536 Service/Intake (Voice and TDD)
(505) 881-8824 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 435-9319 Service/Intake (Voice and TDD)
http://www.cdhh.state.nm.us/
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: It is the mission of the New Mexico
Commission for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons to create
awareness and to provide advocacy and ensure equal accessibility
for deaf, deaf-blind and hard of hearing persons in the State of
New Mexico
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
NMCADV serves as a clearinghouse for information and
referral. It collaborates with agencies and advocates in the
areas of program development, public policy, education,
training, and funding proposals.
Sites
Services
1. NEW MEXICO COMMISSION FOR THE DEAF AND
HARD OF HEARING
2500 Louisiana Blvd. NE
Ste 400
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Domestic Violence Hotlines
Family Violence Prevention
Legal Information Lines * Domestic Violence
Issues
(800) 489-8536 Service/Intake (Voice and TDD)
Interpreter referral service
(800) 837-8897 TDD - Newsline
(505) 881-8824 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 435-9319 Service/Intake (Voice and TDD)
NEW MEXICO COALITION OF SEXUAL
ASSAULT PROGRAMS, INC.
3909 Juan Tabo NE
Suite 6
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87111
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA) requires that persons with disabilities be provided
reasonable accommodation and equal access to services. We stand
committed to advocate for all deaf, deaf-blind, and hard of hearing
persons equitably, acknowledging the individual’s preferred mode
of communication and educational methods. It is also our
commitment to promote and maintain highly qualified interpreters
throughout the state. Provides information and referral, advocacy,
education and training programs for individuals with hearing
problems. Also provides assistive equipment distribution/loan,
sign language interpreter referral and real time captioning referral.
(505) 883-8020 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.swcp.com/nmcsap/
[email protected]
Kim Alaburda, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides education, information and
literature on sexual assualt issues.
SERVICE SUMMARY: NMCSAAS has the privilege of
offering unique services, as well as directing you to other
remarkable statewide and national resources and services to
address your sexual abuse and sexual assault information
needs.
2. RELAY NEW MEXICO
2500 Louisiana Blvd. NE
Ste. 400
NM 87110
(800) 327-1857 SPANISH
(888) 659-3952 SPEECH TO SPEECH
(505) 292-0454 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 659-8331 TTY
(877) 659-4174 VCO
(800) 659-1779 VOICE
Services
SERVICE SUMMARY:
New Mexico Relay Network offers a
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free telecommunications relay service (TRS) that links Deaf, Hard
of Hearing, Speech Impaired, and Hearing people via the
telephone through Relay New Mexico (RNM). The Relay is
available 24-hours a day and all calls are strictly confidential.
NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY AIDS
PARTNERSHIP
903 West Alameda
#762
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 699-9535 Svc/Intake and Admin
Turbo Code This feature allows for a transmission rate of
100 wpm, as compared to a transmission rate of 45.5 wpm
without this feature.
http://www.nmcf.org/impact/health-wellness/
nm-community-aids-project/
[email protected]
Speech to Speech (STS) 1-888-659-3952 This feature enables
persons with speech disorders to utilize TRS.
OVERVIEW: The National AIDS Fund is one of America’s
largest philanthropic organizations dedicated to eliminating
HIV/AIDS as a major health and social problem.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Reorganized in 2003 in cooperation
with the New Mexico POZ Coalition and the New Mexico
Community Foundation Community, the New Mexico AIDS
Partnership (NMCAP) supports community-based projects and
organizations around New Mexico that provide HIV/AIDS
prevention, education, harm reduction and direct services.
NMCAP is sponsored by the National AIDS Fund and has been a
statewide initiative in New Mexico since 1993.
Voice Carry Over (VCO) 1-877-659-4174 VCO is
established for consumers who have difficulty hearing, but
prefer to use s his/her own voice to communicate.
Hearing Carry Over (HCO) Relay New Mexico provides
HCO to individuals who wish to listen to what is said by the
standard phone user and then will reply by typing their
message on the TTY.
2-Line VCO In order to use this feature through Relay New
Mexico, the VCO user must have two telephone lines (one
with conference calling capabilities).
Services
AIDS/HIV Clinics
AIDS/HIV Issues
AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling
Confidential HIV Testing
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Spanish Translation 1-800-327-1857 Relay New Mexico
(RNM) provides Spanish-to-Spanish, English-to-Spanish, and
Spanish-to-English translation as part of our standard relay
service.
NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY VOICE MAIL
Pay per Service Access 1-900-230-6060 Relay consumers
may place a 1-900 call.
(505) 340-3004 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 916-1199 Hotline (Voice and TDD)
(505) 750-7545 Hotline (Voice and TDD)
Roaming You can call Relay New Mexico from anywhere
within the United States.
http://nmcvm.blogspot.com/
711 You can reach Relay service anywhere in the United
States.
OVERVIEW: Community Voicemail.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Community Voice Mail offers people
in transition a safe and reliable way to receive information at no
cost to them. Clients of the program are issued their very own
local phone number which they can give out as needed, such as on
job applications, to case workers or family, or in pursuit of
housing. Clients record their own voice mail greeting and callers
can leave messages which can be checked at any time. Another
benefit to using the program is that important information on
local opportunities such as jobs, service provisions, and events is
regularly broadcast to all mail boxes. Partnering agencies who
distribute the numbers to their clients can also broadcast
information to their clients only, such as reminders of meetings,
thereby ensuring their clients get the information.
Services
Specialized Telecommunications Equipment
Telecommunication Relay Services
SITE: 2
Hearing Aids
Hearing Augmentation Aids
Hearing Loss
Hearing Screening
Sign Language Interpretation
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: none
SITE: 1
Services
Community Voicemail
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NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Harold Runnels Bldg.,
1190 St. Francis Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87502
(505) 242-2726 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.nccd-crc.org/nccd/n_index_main.html
[email protected]
(505) 827-2613 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.health.state.nm.us
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: To address the causes of crime and
delinquency and improve New Mexico's responses through
education and citizen advocacy.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Develops policies, plans and
program recommendations designed to address identified
problems in the juvenile justice and criminal justice fields.
Works closely with law enforcement, corrections, and
community groups to achieve goals. Provides a variety of
educational opportunities designed to develop an increased
awareness and understanding of the needs and problems of
law enforcement, juvenile and criminal justice and corrections.
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for and administers health programs
and services throughout the State of New Mexico.
Sites
1. BUREAU OF VITAL RECORDS AND HEALTH
STATISTICS
1105 St. Francis Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87502
(505) 827-0121 Svc/Intake and Admin
(866) 534-0051 800-Line
Services
SERVICE SUMMARY: Vital Records and Health Statistics
registers births and deaths that occurr in New Mexico.
Community Crime Prevention Programs
General Crime Prevention Programs
Juvenile Delinquency Prevention
2. DOH DIABETES PREVENTION AND CONTROL
PROGRAM
(505) 476-7615 Svc/Intake and Admin
(888) 253-2966 800-Line
NEW MEXICO COUNCIL ON PROBLEM
GAMBLING NMCPG
SERVICE SUMMARY: In New Mexico, more than 120,000
people have diabetes, but only 84,000 people know they have it.
The Diabetes Prevention and Control Program provides
Information about prevention and treatment of Diabetes.
5850 Eubank NE
Ste. B14
Albuquerque, NM 87111
(505) 897-1000 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 572-1142 Hotline/Talkline/Warmline - 24/7
3. FORT BAYARD MEDICAL CENTER
41 Fort Bayard Rd
Santa Clara, NM 88026
http://www.nmcpg.org/
[email protected]
(575) 537-8600 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 541-6966 800-Line
Kandace S. Blanchard M.A. LPCC, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: NMCPG is a non-profit organization
providing crisis counseling and referral service for problem
gamblers and their families.
HOURS: MTWTHF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: The New Mexico Council on
Problem Gambling (NMCPG), established in 1998, is a
non-profit organization whose mission is to help compulsive
gamblers and their families by providing crisis intervention
via our 24 hr. gambling specific statewide bi-lingual helpline.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides skilled and intermediate long
term care and also a chemical dependency treatment program,
Adult day health, Adult Wellness, and CCIC.
4. NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Harold Runnels Bldg.,
1190 St. Francis Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87502
(505) 827-2613 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides public and community
programs to New Mexico citizens requiring substance abuse
treatment, long term care, rehabilitation services and veterans
services through residential and outpatient facilities. Provides
rehabilitation services to individuals with developmental
disabilities. Also provides a core of mental health services to meet
the needs of the seriously mentally ill, both adults and youth.
Deliver's public health services in 46 health offices located
throughout the state. Many conduct satellite clinics and extensive
outreach in their communities and local schools. Also provides
laboratory support, consultation and analytical services for the
department as well as for other municipal, state, and federal
Compulsive Gambling
Gambling
Gambling Counseling/Treatment
Helplines/Warmlines * Gambling
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
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recovery support. Call for pre-admission interview and bed
availability.
agencies that administer programs for New Mexicans. Call for
branch locations.
5. NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
CANCER PREVENTION AND CONTROL
5301 Central Ave. NE
Suite 800
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Services
Alcoholism Counseling
Birth Certificates
Breast Examinations
Cancer Clinics
Cancer Detection
Community Clinics
Community Mental Health Agencies
Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Abuse
Treatment
Death Certificates
Diabetes Management Clinics
Diabetes Screening
General Medical Care
Health Care
Health Care Referrals
Health Education
Helplines/Warmlines * Registered Nurses
Inpatient Alcoholism Treatment
Inpatient Drug Abuse Treatment
Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
Mental Health Care and Counseling
Research * Cancer
Substance Abuse Counseling
Substance Abuse Services
Support Groups * Cancer
Women's Health Centers
SITES: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
(505) 222-8613 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Mission: To promote the health
of New Mexicans through comprehensive cancer prevention
and control efforts.
Programs:
The New Mexico Department of Health Breast and Cervical
Cancer Early Detection Program is dedicated to improving
access to high-quality breast and cervical cancer screening and
diagnostic services for women who are underserved, and to
increasing public awareness about the importance of annual
well-woman exams for early detection. The BCC Program
offers FREE MAMMOGRAMS and PAP TESTS! Call to
find out if you MAY be eligible for the BCC Program. The
BCC Program’s bilingual, toll-free information line is
available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 1-877-852-2585
6. NEW MEXICO REHABILITATION CENTER
New Mexico Rehabilition Center
31 Gail Harris Avenue
ROSWELL, NM 88201
(575) 347-3400 Service/Intake
NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN
SERVICES
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides short-term inpatient
treatment programs for alcohol and drug problems for adults.
Program consists of detoxification and 21 days of
rehabilitation. Call for pre-admission interview and bed
availability.
2009 S. Pacheco Street
Pollon Plaza
SANTA FE, NM 87504
7. NURSE ADVICE HOTLINE
(877) 725-2552 800-Line
(800) 432-6217 800-Line
SERVICE SUMMARY:
New Mexico.
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of human care and service
programs on a state wide basis. These include income support
programs: TANF; Food Stamps; Medicaid; Medicare; Child
Support Enforcement, LIHEAP (utility bill payment assistance).
http://www.hsd.state.nm.us/
Nurse Hotline for the State of
8. TURQUOISE LODGE
6000 Isleta SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
Important numbers within the District Court Offices:
Children's Court Division
841-5906
Court Clinic (referrals from court only)
841-7409
Domestic Relations Division,
841-6773
Youth and Family Counseling
841-7374
Court Appointed Special Advocate (C.A.S.A.)
841-7388
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
(505) 841-8978 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Turquoise Lodge is a 34 bed,
chemical dependency treatment hospital, licensed as a
specialty hospital in the State of New Mexico. Provides
short-term voluntary in-patient medical detoxification and
rehabilitation programs for alcoholics and persons who are
addicted to drugs. Hospitalization usually four to six weeks.
Program also includes counseling, family services, social
services, educational activities, group interaction therapy,
orientation to community based programs, and out-patient
after care and relapse prevention services for continuing
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Sites
PROJECT FORWARD: this program provides job search
information, education, and work experience for qualified TANF
and Food Stamp recipients. Call for information.
MEDI-CAL/MEDCAID: provides comprehensive medical
benefits for AFDC, SSI, IHSS and Refugee Cash Assistance
recipients. People who are eligible for Medi-Cal/Medicaid are
entitled to health care, both in and out of a hospital or nursing
home, from the participating health provider of their choice.
1. CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT DIVISION
1015 Tijeras NW
Ste. 100
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 841-4491 Alternate Office
(800) 288-7207 In-State Customer Service Number
(505) 222-9400 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides assistance in efforts to
collect child support from parents legally obligated to pay.
The goals are to ensure that children are supported by their
parents, to foster family responsibility and to reduce cost of
welfare to the taxpayer. The program also locates absent
parents, establishes paternity, establishes and enforces court
orders and collects support payments.
LOW-INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
(LIHEAP): Assists income-eligible households by giving a
one-time payment toward energy bills October through August.
2. EBT CARD INFORMATION
4501 Indian School Rd. NE
Ste. 201
Albuquerque, NM 87110
OFFICE LOCATIONS:
LOW-INCOME TELEPHONE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
(LITAP):A link-up service that provides a discount on telephone
service to Medicaid, Qualified Medicare Beneficaries (QMB) and
LIHEAP recipients.
Southeast Bernalillo County Branch (By Airport - off of Gibson)
1711 Randolph Rd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Phone: (505)383-2600
(505) 222-9160 Card Information, EBT Balance & Customer
Service
(888) 473-3676 EBT Help Desk
(800) 283-4465 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 283-4465 800-Line
Southwest Bernalillo County Branch
3280 Bridge Blvd. SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
Phone: (505)841-2300
3. INCOME SUPPORT DIVISION BERNALILLO
COUNTY (MAIN)
1041 Lamberton Place NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
Northeast Bernalillo County Branch
4300 Cutler NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Phone: (505)222-9600
(800) 283-4465 Low-income Telephone Assistance Program
(505) 222-9600 Northeast Bernalillo Location
(505) 841-7700 Northwest Bernalillo Location
(505) 383-2600 Southeast Bernalillo Location
(505) 841-2300 Southwest Bernalillo Location
Northwest Bernalillo County Branch
1041 Lamberton Place NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: (505)841-7700
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: TANF: time-limited cash
assistance for needy families with (or expecting) children as
well as job preparation, work opportunities and access to
supportive services such as child care which enable parents
receiving assistance to leave the program and become
self-sufficient. TANF requires that recipients be working or
participating in a work-related activity within two years and
cooperate with comprehensive child support enforcement
efforts including paternity establishment; and contains special
live at home and stay in school provisions for teenage
parents.
Valencia County Branch
100 S. 5th Street
2nd Floor
Belen, NM 87002
Phone: 505)864-5200
Sandoval County Branch
4363 Jagar Drive
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
Phone: (505)383-6300
(800) 926-9425
FOOD STAMPS: program that enables low-income and
indigent households to obtain (EBT) "debit" cards which can
be used to purchase food in nearly all grocery stores.
Approved households are entitled to receive a monthly
allotment of food stamp credit based on net income and
household size. Expedited food stamps are available within
five days for people who are in an emergency situation and
whose income and spendable resources for that month are
within specified limits.
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NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF
WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS
4. NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN
SERVICES
2009 S. Pacheco Street
Pollon Plaza
SANTA FE, NM 87504
501 Mountain Road NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 843-1900 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 432-6217 800-Line
http://www.dws.state.nm.us/
[email protected]
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of human care
and service programs on a state wide basis. These include
income support programs; TANF; Food stamps; Medicaid;
GA; LIHEAP (energy assistance.)
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides employment listings, job banks,
training programs, and services.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
5. STATE OF NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF
HUMAN SERVICES BELEN
100 S. 5th Street
2nd Floor
Belen, NM 87002
Sites
1. HUMAN RIGHTS BUREAU
Aspen Plaza
1596 Pacheco Street
SANTA FE, NM 87505
(505) 864-5200 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 566-9471 800-Line
(505) 827-6838 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Cash assistance for needy
dependent children. Payments made for child and also one or
both parents. Determine eligibility for food stamps/ cash
assistance/ medicaid. Provides for preventive health program
to children under 21 years of age.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for enforcement of laws and
investigation of violations of those laws. These include human
rights, housing, and employment violation/disputes. Written
complaints are required and the prevailing statute of limitations is
strictly followed.
6. STATE OF NEW MEXICO DEPT OF HUMAN
SERVICES LOS LUNAS
445 Camino Del Rey
Los Lunas, NM 87031
2. NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE
SOLUTIONS
501 Mountain Road NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 222-0800 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of human
services to the residents of Valencia County
(505) 843-1900 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides free employment services to
anyone looking for employment. Maintains extensive listing of job
opportunities in New Mexico and refers registrants to potential
employers. Solicits job listings from employers. Networks with
new and expanding business for work force recruitment. Provides
training and placement through the JTPA and the State Training
Program (Industrial Development Training Board). Also processes
claims and handles all matters related to unemployment
compensation. Provides free publications on the current and
future economic developments and job opportunities in New
Mexico. Acts as an adjudication unit that hears and settles
employee/employer disputes on labor related subjects such as;
unemployment compensation, human rights, discrimination, wage
and hour disputes, and workers compensation claims.
7. STATE OF NEW MEXICO DEPT OF HUMAN
SERVICES TORRANCE COUNTY
109 Tulane Avenue
Moriarty, NM 87035
(505) 832-5640 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 335-7293 800-Line
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of human
services to the residents of Torrance county.
Services
Child Support Assistance/Enforcement
EBT Card Services
Food Stamps/SNAP
Medicaid
Medicare
Paternity/Maternity Establishment
Public Assistance Programs
TANF
Telephone Service Payment Assistance
Utility Service Payment Assistance
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITES: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
3. NM DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS
MAIN OFFICE-UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
401 Broadway NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 841-2000 UI Certification & Information
(505) 841-4000 UI Initial Claims
SERVICE SUMMARY: *Weekly benefit amounts are based
upon your previous earnings and are generally 60 percent of the
amount you earned while employed, up to a maximum amount. In
New Mexico, the amount of your unemployment check will be
between $67 and $403 per week, minus any wages you earn while
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unemployed. Benefits are payable for up to 26 weeks, depending
on your employment history
NEW MEXICO DONOR SERVICES
*Extended benefits may be available during times of high
unemployment, and some states provide additional benefits
for specific purposes (such as training, or trade adjustment
assistance)
(800) 843-7672 800-Line
(505) 843-7672 Svc/Intake and Admin
1609 University Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
http://www.donatelifenm.org/
[email protected]
*You must remain eligible for unemployment benefits during
every week in which you file a claim. You are allowed to work
part time while you're receiving unemployment benefits, but a
portion of those earnings will be deducted from your weekly
benefit amount
Patricia Niles, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides education materials about the need for
life-saving organ and tissue donations and NM Driver's License
donor registry.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides organs and allograft tissues
for transplantation and/or research. Collaborates with NM
hospitals, motor vehicle department, schools and community
organizations. Works closely with NM families to facilitate the
donation of desperately needed organs and tissues for waiting
patients. Offers families of recently deceased patients the
opportunity to donate tissues and organs. Provides information to
the public regarding organ and tissue donation and transplantation.
*Other types of income such as holiday, vacation, paid leave,
sick time, pension or worker's compensation might also be
deducted from your weekly benefit amount
*Unemployment benefits are subject to federal income taxes
and must be reported on your income tax returns. If you
choose, federal income taxes will be withheld from your
check for you
*If you have further questions about unemployment
insurance claims, you can contact the New Mexico
Department of Labor's Unemployment Insurance Customer
Service Line at 841-2000.
Services
Organ and Tissue Banks
Organ Donor Cards/Registries
4. RIO RANCHO WORKFORCE CONNECTIONS
661 Quantum
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
NEW MEXICO FAMILY NETWORK
1101 Cardenas NE
Ste 202
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(505) 896-1765 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides current job market
information, resource materials and other services to assist
job seekers. Provides special counselors for veterans who are
seeking employment.
(800) 273-7232 800-Line - Parent Line
(505) 265-0430 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://newmexicofamilynetwork.org/
[email protected]
Services
Rena Brown, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides support, advocacy, information and
training for families with children (0-21) with neurobiological,
emotional or behavioral differences and for the providers who
work with them.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Parent-run self-help and advocacy
organization for families with children and youth ( 0-21) with
neurobiological, emotional and behavioral differences
(NBD/SED). Provides a collective voice to improve services and
the service delivery system. Works with local, state, and federal
legislators, professionals in the fields of mental health/mental
illness and education, as well as professionals in the juvenile
justice system. Provides information and support to families on
children with neurobiological, emotional and behavioral
differences and providers that work with them, Newsletter,
resource library and website are also available.
Employment
Employment Discrimination Assistance
Employment Preparation
Job Finding Assistance
State Unemployment Insurance
State Unemployment Insurance
Appeals/Complaints
State Unemployment Insurance Applications
Training and Employment Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Work Registration
SITES: 1 2 3 4
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Services
NEW MEXICO LEGAL AID
301 Gold Avenue SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Behavior Modification * Children
Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities * Children
(505) 243-7871 Svc/Intake and Admin
(866) 416-1922 Svc/Intake and Admin
NEW MEXICO HOLOCAUST AND
INTOLERANCE MUSEUM
www.nmlegalaid.org
[email protected]
616 Central Avenue NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Free legal assistance on civil legal matters for
low income persons. Persons seeking help with criminal matters
should call the Public Defender.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8:30 AM to 5PM
(505) 247-0606 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.nmholocaustmuseum.org/
[email protected]
Sites
OVERVIEW: We are one of the few organizations of our
type in the United States as our purpose is not just to educate
people about the Holocaust, but to include other genocides
that have affected people around the world. We are not
limited to one religion, culture, geographic area or time.
SERVICE SUMMARY: In addition to the museum's
exhibits and history of genocide, services include:
1. NEW MEXICO LEGAL AID
301 Gold Avenue SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(866) 416-1922 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 243-7871 Svc/Intake and Admin
Resource Library: Our library contains hundreds of books
and other materials that are available at no charge for use in
research projects. We also have a limited lending library with
materials that can be used off-site.
SERVICE SUMMARY: NMLA Specializes in, Domestic
Violence, Housing, Public Benefits, Disabilities, Predatory
Lending, Land Grant and Water Issues, Farmer and Migrant
Issues. NMLA also provides family law services (orders of
protection, divorce, child custody, paternity, child support) ONLY
to victims of domestic violence. Victims of DV should call their
local shelter, which will then refer them to NMLA when legal
services are needed.
Educational Donations: We have a number of items that we
can provide to local educational institutions at no charge. We
can also provide these materials for a small shipping and
handling fee to organizations outside of the greater
Albuquerque area. Our available materials include:
2. NEW MEXICO LEGAL AID NATIVE AMERICAN
PROGRAM
7 Eagle Drive
Santa Ana Pueblo
BERNALILL0, NM 87004
*Video programs
*Posters
*Educational pamphlets and booklets.
Community Education: We speak on a regular basis to
students and teachers at schools all around Albuquerque as
well as to interested groups at the museum. These
presentations focus on both historical events and strategies
for dealing with hate and intolerance in today's world. We
stress the need for "respect and acceptance" of other people
and other cultures.
(800) 867-3452 Help Line
(505) 867-3391 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides free legal assistance to
low-income people. Our primary mode of assistance is the
provision of legal advice and brief legal service, but on occasion
we provide full representation in tribal, state, and federal court.
CILS priorities are cases involving jurisdictional issues, Indian
status issues, domestic violence issues, and individual or family
economic stability. We can provide assistance with matters such as
restraining orders, consumer problems, Indian Child Welfare Act
cases, denial of government benefits, housing discrimination, civil
rights, and defense in actions that may result in substantial loss of
income or property. CILS has offices at Santa Ana Pueblo. Must
be income-eligible according to Federal Legal Services guidelines.
Staff speaks Spanish, Keres, and other Native American Dialects.
Services
Cultural Heritage Groups
Museums
Agency serves Pueblos of Cochiti, Santo Domingo, San Felipe,
Santa Ana, Sandia, Isleta, Zia, Acoma, Laguna, Jemez, Zuni,
Tesuque, Pojoaque, Nambe, San Ildefonso, Santa Clara, San Juan,
Picuris and Taos.
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Services
Engineering, Science Achievement (NM MESA), Inc., a
non-profit organization, is part of a national initiative promoting
educational enrichment for pre-college students from historically
under-represented ethnic groups. NM MESA prepares these
students for college majors and careers in mathematics,
engineering, science and related fields. Activities include tutoring,
independent study; academic, university and career counseling;
field trips; competitions; leadership development; summer
programs; and scholarship incentives. Students must maintain a
2.0 average in all classes, enroll in college prep math, science and
English and fulfill other requirements. Program is currently
available in 93 schools and 30 school districts. Open only to
students in schools with MESA programs.
Benefits Assistance
Certificates/Forms Assistance
Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services
Family Law
Housing Discrimination Assistance
Landlord/Tenant Assistance
Landlord/Tenant Dispute Resolution
Legal Counseling
Native American/Tribal Law
SITES: 1 2
Services
NEW MEXICO LIONS EYE BANK
2501 Yale Blvd SE
Suite 100
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Academic Counseling
Career Counseling
Science and Mathematics Clubs/Societies
(888) 616-3937 800-Line 888-616-EYES
(505) 938-3124 NM Lions Club Eye Glasses Hotline
NEW MEXICO MORTGAGE FINANCE
AUTHORITY (MFA)
www.nmlions.org
Lori Stanpley, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Maintains organ and tissue bank relative to
eyes, and also refers to Lions Clubs for eyeglasses.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Donations of eyes after death for
use in transplant surgery or research and study. Provides
referrals to Lions Clubs throughout New Mexico concerning
projects and programs.
344 4th Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 843-6880 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 444-6880 800-Line
(800) 659-8331 Service/Intake (Voice and TDD)
www.housingnm.org
Jay Czar, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: "Our mission is to make New Mexico a better
place to live by investing in community efforts to preserve and
expand affordable housing opportunities for those underserved by
traditional markets."
SERVICE SUMMARY: THE MFA HOMEOWNERSHIP
PROGRAMS ~provide a variety of assistance to first time home
buyers of low- to moderate-income New Mexicans including
below market interest rates, closing cost assistance and down
payment assistance programs.
Call the New Mexico Lions Eye Glasses Hotline to request
an application for free or low cost eye glasses. Donations of
eye glasses are accepted and redistributed to eligible
applicants. Applications are reviewed by local Lion Club
members.
(505)938-3124
Services
EXISTING MFA LOAN HOLDER~Loan Servicing assistance
and information is available to those who have obtained or
participate in MFA's loan finance programs.
Eye Banks
Glasses Donation Programs
Glasses/Contact Lenses
RENTAL OCCUPANCY~ provides resources for occupants of
subsidized living and information for locating available units in
New Mexico.
NEW MEXICO MESA, INC.
2808 Central SE
Suite 122
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
SPECIALIZED GROUPS AND SERVICES~The MFA's
mission includes helping those with special housing needs that are
generally not met traditional services.
(800) 544-2617 800-Line
www.nmmesa.org
[email protected]
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION~ Information about each of
the programs the MFA offers can be requested online.
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for a program of enrichment
education in math, engineering, and science for underrepresented pre-college ethnic groups.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: New Mexico Mathematics,
HOUSING SERVICES DIRECTORY~A directory of all of
MFA's partners and affiliated housing service providers.
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Services
NEW MEXICO PROJECT FOR FINANCIAL
LITERACY
Housing Search and Information
Low Cost Home Rental Listings
Mortgage Delinquency and Default Resolution
Counseling
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
60 Castle Rock Road SE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
(505) 401-5798 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.nmpfl.org
[email protected]
NEW MEXICO PARENT AND CHILD
RESOURCES, INC.
Vicki Van Horn, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The mission of the New Mexico Project for
Financial Literacy is to design and develop programs, locate
collaborative partners and train trainers and clients in the
techniques of financial literacy.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Displaced Homemakers: Women in
transition due to issues of aging, disability, unemployment, death,
abandonment or divorce meet with a retired judge, an employment
specialist and a financial planner to help them prioritize issues,
seek information and begin making a plan.
3500 Indian School NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
(505) 268-4973 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.nmpcr.org
[email protected]
Anne Desiderio MA, LPCC, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Improving the quality of life for children
and their families.
HOURS: MTWTHF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Michael's Place is an "inclusive"
child development center that specializes in the care of
children at risk for physical, emotional, behavioral,
communication and development challenges. Adoption
Services include completion of home studies and
post-placement services for families. Support services for
families who have adopted children with special needs.
Treatment Foster Care enables emotionally and behaviorally
children to live successfully within a family setting.
Outpatient Services include play therapy, individual and
family therapy, individualized parenting consultation and
specialized services for families dealing with adoption issues.
Professional Families Foster Care Program recruits, trains,
licenses, and supports families who provide respite, short
term or long term foster care for children in the custody of
NM CYFD.
Services
Consumer Assistance and Protection
Consumer Education
Credit Counseling * Displaced Homemakers
Personal Financial Counseling
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
NEW MEXICO PUBLIC INTEREST
RESEARCH GROUP FUND
P.O. Box 40173
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87196
(505) 254-1244 Administrative
www.nmpirg.org
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides information and advocates on issues of
public interest and concern. Environmental and consumer
watchdog group.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Research referral and resource on
consumer and environmental issues. Publishes Citizens Update
Report and distributes it to citizen members three times a year.
Services
Adoption Information
Behavioral Learning Therapy * Children
Case/Care Management * Parents of Children with
Disabilities
Children's Respite Care
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Foster Homes for Children with Disabilities
Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities * Children
Neurological Impairments * Children
Services
Consumer Assistance and Protection
Consumer Education
NEW MEXICO RONALD MCDONALD
HOUSE
1011 Yale Blvd. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
(505) 842-8960 Svc/Intake and Admin
(877) 842-8960 800-Line
www.rmhc-nm.org
[email protected]
Kristin Rortvedt, Executive Director
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OVERVIEW: Provides low cost temporary housing for
families of ill children who are receiving treatment in
Albuquerque.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 6PM /Sat & Sun 9AM to
5PM
environment for children and youth who are Deaf or Hard of
Hearing ages two through twenty-one.
As an Outreach Agency, NMSD works collaboratively with
families, agencies and communities statewide to meet the unique
communication, language and learning needs of children and
youth who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing ages birth through
twenty-one.
SERVICE SUMMARY: For out of town families of
seriously ill children receiving medical care in an Albuquerque
hospital on an outpatient or inpatient basis. Families must
live at least 50 miles outside of Albuquerque area. Full
kitchen facilities, laundry and children's playground available.
Families furnish their own food. No child care services
available.
HOURS:
MTWThF 8AM to 4PM
Sites
1. NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
1060 Cerillos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Services
Patient/Family Housing * Families with Children
(505) 476-6300 Service/Intake (Voice and TTY)
(800) 841-6699 800-Line Voice and TTY
NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED
Ronald J. Stern, Superintendent
SERVICE SUMMARY: A preschool and kindergarten
program providing children with the building blocks for language
and literacy.
801 Stephen Moody SE
Albuquerque, NM 87123
(800) 437-3505 Svc/Intake and Admin
2. STATE OF NEW MEXICO STEP HI PROGRAM
1060 Cerrillos Rd
SANTA FE, NM 87503
www.nmsbvi.k12.nm.us
Linda Lyle, Superintendent
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides programming for young children
birth to 8 with visual impairment or deaf-blindness.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides early intervention
statewide to infants and toddlers with visual impairment or
who are at risk for visual impairment. Provides pre-school
and early elementary services in a center based or outreach
model to children and families in the extended metro area.
Must have a visual impairment that adversely affects learning
services include braille, large-print technology, orientation
and mobility, physical, occupational and speech therapy.
(505) 275-5433 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: For parents and families of hearing
impaired birth through age 6. Information and skills to provide
auditory, speech and language stimulation and service
coordination.
Services
Hearing Screening * Infants/Toddlers
Preschools * Speech Impairments
Special Education * Hard of Hearing
Speech and Hearing
Speech Therapy
SITES: 1 2
Services
Braille and Tactile Aids
Preschools * Blindness
Recordings for the Blind and Dyslexic
Vision Screening
Visual Impairments
Visual/Reading Aids
NEW MEXICO SUICIDE PREVENTION
COALITION
P.O. Box 3631
Albuquerque, NM 87190
(800) 273-8255 Suicide Crisis Line
(505) 401-9382 Svc/Intake and Admin
NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
1060 Cerillos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
www.nmsuicideprevention.org
Laura Rowland, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The New Mexico Suicide Prevention Coalition is
devoted to suicide prevention, intervention and postvention; and
provides education, support and advocacy to reduce the suicide
rate in New Mexico.
(505) 476-6300 Service/Intake (Voice and TTY)
(800) 841-6699 800-Line Voice and TTY
www.nmsd.k12.nm.us
Ronald J. Stern, Superintendent
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: As a School, NMSD provides a
comprehensive, accessible and language-rich learning
SERVICE SUMMARY: More than 30,000 people in the
United States die by suicide every year. It is this country's 11th
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leading cause of death, and is often characterized as a response to
a single event or set of circumstances. However, unlike these
popular conceptions, suicide is a much more involved
phenomenon. The factors that contribute to any particular
suicide are diverse and complex, so our efforts to understand
it must incorporate many approaches. The clinical,
neurobiological, legal, and psychosocial aspects of suicide are
some of the major lines of inquiry into suicide.
sexuality, pregnancy, pregnancy prevention, and parenting.
Also implements the New Mexico Young Fathers Project in
Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Silver City and Santa Fe.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: The New Mexico Teen Pregnancy
Coalition is dedicated to sponsoring programs and activities aimed
at reducing teen pregnancy and the negative consequences of teen
pregnancy and parenting in New Mexico.
Services
School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen Programs
Teen Family Planning Programs
Teen Pregnancy Prevention
Services
Suicide Counseling
Suicide Prevention Hotlines
Suicide Prevention Programs
Suicide Survivors Support Groups
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
NEW MEXICO VOICES FOR CHILDREN
625 Silver Ave. SW
Ste 195
Albuquerque, NM 87102
NEW MEXICO SURVIVORS OF
HOMICIDE, INC.
(505) 244-9505 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.nmvoices.org
[email protected]
Website Only
www.nmsoh.org
[email protected]
Dr. Veronica C. Garcia, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: NMVC provides education, advocacy and
community networking with those systems and organizations that
create policies that affect children.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
SERVICE SUMMARY: NMVC provides education, advocacy
and community networking with those systems and organizations
that create policies that affect children. These activities are indirect
and provided through community initiatives, partnership and
collaborations. Through legislative action and policy monitoring,
we scrutinize such issues as poverty, violence prevention, health
care, juvenile justice, racial equality, child abuse and neglect, and
education. NMVC also serves as lead agency and fiscal agent for
programs that work with children, families and neighborhoods. In
this way, we foster empowerment and community development to
enable children and families to be advocates for themselves.
OVERVIEW: New Mexico Survivors of Homicide, Inc. is
a statewide program that provides support, education, and
criminal justice advocacy for families and friends of homicide
victims.
SERVICE SUMMARY: New Mexico Survivors of
Homicide is a Not-For-Profit 501(c)3 organization founded
in 1996. We provide support and information for survivors of
homicide about the grieving process, the criminal justice
system and all other issues pertaining to the survivors of a
victim of murder. We hope that the information may help, in
some way, the painful process of dealing with the horrific
crime of murder against the innocent victims, their family
and friends.
Services
Services
Crime Victim Support
Support Groups * Families/Friends of Murder
Victims
Victim's Rights Groups
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Advocacy * Children's Issues
NEW MEXICO WIC-WOMEN, INFANTS AND
CHILDREN
2040 S. Pacheco Street
Ste. 150
Santa Fe, NM 87505
NEW MEXICO TEEN PREGNANCY
COALITION
540 Chama NE
Suite 11
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 476-8828 Svc/Intake and Admin - Main Office
http://nmwic.org/
(505) 254-8737 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: WIC is the Special Supplemental Food Program
for Women, Infants and Children (WIC). It is a federal program
administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and
Nutrition Service, and the New Mexico Department of Health,
Public Health Division. In New Mexico, other WIC Programs are
also available through Indian Tribal Organizations.
www.nmtpc.org
[email protected]
Sylvia Ruiz, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Addresses issues related to adolescent
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SERVICE SUMMARY: WIC provides supplemental food
to program participants, along with nutrition education,
information on breastfeeding and referrals to health and
social programs.
WIC Offices:
Standard Public Health Office
1111 Stanford NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 841-4173
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Northeast Heights Public Health Office
8120 La Mirada NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
(505) 332-4850
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Northwest Valley Public Health Office
7704 2nd St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 897-5700
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Westside Public Health Office
6911 Taylor Ranch Rd NW, Suite C-11
Albuquerque, NM 87120
(505) 899-8574
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------First Choice Community HealthCare
North Valley WIC Office
1231 Candelaria, NW
Albuquerque, NM 87017
(505) 345-8181
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------First Nations Community Health Source
5608 Zuni SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 262-2481/6532/6531/6535
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Southeast Heights WIC Office
Southeast Heights Public Health Office
7525 Zuni SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 841-8929
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------First Choice Community HealthCare
South Broadway WIC Office
1316 Broadway SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 764-0271
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------First Choice Community HealthCare
South Valley WIC Office
2001 North Centro Familiar SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
(505) 873-7416
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------First Choice Community HealthCare
Alamosa WIC Office
6900 Gonzales Rd. SW Suite J
Albuquerque, NM 87105
(505) 831-4245
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sandoval Health Commons
1500 Idalia BLDG, B
Bernalillo, NM 87004
(505) 867-2291 ext: 1704; 1725; 1728
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Los Lunas Public Health Office
1000 Main St., Bldg. #3
Los Lunas, NM 87031
(505) 841-5318 or 841-5315
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Belen Public Health Office
P.O. Box 686
855 W. Castillo Dr.
Belen, NM 87002
(505) 864-7745
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Pueblo of Isleta WIC
P.O. Box 670
Isleta, NM 87022
(505) 924-3180 or 924-3181
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Estancia Public Health Office
300 S. 8th Street
Estancia, NM 87016
(505) 384-2351
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Moriarity Public Health Office
1110 Route 66
P.O. Box 2460
Moriarity, NM 87035
(505) 832-6782
Services
WIC
NOON DAY MINISTRY
101 Broadway NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 246-8001 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.noondayministries.org
[email protected]
Danny Whatley, Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Noon Day provides day shelter services,
showers, laundry, phones, clothes, haircuts, legal assistance by
volunteer attorneys, rent/utility programs (volunteer work is
REQUIRED to receive rent or utility assistance) and occasional
financial assistance for traveler's aide. Call for information and
times.
HOURS: TWThF 9AM to 2PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Operates a soup kitchen as well as
provides funding for individuals in need of rent and or utility
assistance. Program operates by using large network of volunteers
and the community.
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Services
2. OUTCOMES, INC.
1503 University Blvd. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
Homeless Drop In Centers
Legal Counseling
Rent Payment Assistance
Soup Kitchens
Utility Service Payment Assistance
(505) 243-2551 Svc/Intake and Admin
Steve Nuanez, MSW, LISW, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY:
*The Psychotherapy & Counseling Division: provides outpatient
mental health counseling, psychiatric evaluations and medication
services.
*Parentcraft: provides family life education programs for parents,
children and early childhood staff working with children.
*Sandoval Senior Connection: benefits elders in Sandoval County
through peer counseling, and caregiver support groups. Please call
for dates and sites.
*Career and Job Services: provides career testing and assessment,
vocational counseling, vocation evaluation for persons with
disabilities, career exploration, college selection assistance, help
with resume writing and interviewing skills, job placement
assistance, out-placement counseling.
OUR LADY OF FATIMA FOOD PANTRY
4020 Lomas Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 265-5868 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Food Pantry
HOURS: Mon thru Thur 8AM - 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Applicant needs a photo ID, can
access food pantry every 2 months. Call for information.
Services
Food Pantries
OUTCOMES, INC.
1503 University Blvd. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 243-2551 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
www.outcomesnm.org
[email protected]
Anger Management
Mediation
SITE: 1
Steve Nuanez, MSW, LISW, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Outcomes, Inc. provides psychotherapy,
counseling, educational workshop presentations, grandparent
services, support groups/training, Sandoval Senior
Connection, employee assistance/career services and a warm
line to help with parenting or child development questions or
concerns.
HOURS: Mon & Fri 8AM to 5PM/TWTh 8AM to
9PM/Sat 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Abuse Counseling
Early Intervention for Mental Illness
Family Counseling
Group Counseling
Individual Counseling
Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities
Parent Counseling
Parenting Education
Psychiatric Disorder Counseling
SITE: 2
Sites
1. MEDIATION/CONFLICT RESOLUTION
1503 University NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
PARALYZED VETERANS OF AMERICA, INC.,
ZIA CHAPTER
(505) 243-2551 Administrative
833 Gibson Blvd. SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
SERVICE SUMMARY: NMCDR is a community based
mediation center that utilizes trained volunteers to provide
comprehensive mediation services: parent/teen mediation,
victim/offender mediation, and mediation programs in the
schools and youth corrections facilities. Professional trainers
provide training in all types of mediation, including gang
mediation, on a state and national basis. Custom training in
conflict resolutions is offered for small groups and agencies.
(505) 247-4381 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 597-5580 800-Line
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Assist, advise, inform, and represent veterans of
military service who are impaired by spinal cord injury, multiple
sclerosis, amytrophic lateral sclerosis, or other damage to the
spinal cord.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for advocacy, referral, and
information for all persons affected by spinal cord injury or
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disease. Also provides information on wheelchair sports, veterans
benefits, architectural barriers, peer counseling, advice and
consultation to federal, state, and local governments,
businesses and others about needs of mobility-impaired
persons.
PARENTS, FAMILIES, AND FRIENDS OF
LESBIAN AND GAYS, PFLAG
Not-Listed
(505) 873-7373 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.pflagabq.org/
[email protected]
Services
Advocacy * Veterans
Assistive Technology Information * Veterans
Health/Disability Related Counseling * Veterans
Specialized Information and Referral * Spinal Cord
Injuries * Veterans
Veteran Education Benefits
OVERVIEW: Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians & Gays
(PFLAG) is a national non-profit organization with over 200,000
members and supporters and over 500 affiliates in the United
States. This vast grassroots network is cultivated, resourced and
serviced by the PFLAG national office, located in Washington,
D.C., the national Board of Directors and 14 Regional Directors.
PARENTS REACHING OUT
SERVICE SUMMARY: PFLAG promotes the health and
well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons, their
families and friends through: support, to cope with an adverse
society; education, to enlighten an ill-informed public; and
advocacy, to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights.
Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays provides
opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender
identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful
of human diversity.
1920 B Columbia Dr. SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
(800) 524-5176 800-Line
(505) 247-0192 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.parentsreachingout.org/
[email protected]
Johnny Wilson, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Connecting and enpowering New Mexico
families through support education and information.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: * Workshops for families,
parents, educators, service providers and other professionals.
* Networking and support through Parent to Parent
connections
* Resource Center and Lending Library offering information
and referral about resources throughout New Mexico and
beyond.
*Encouragement, problem solving and information to help
parents make informed decisions.
*Information and materials about the programs and systems
use.
*PRO-website featuring important articles, current
information and special events
* Annual Partnership Conference
Services
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender Advocacy Groups
Gender Identity Counseling
Specialized Information and Referral * Sexual
Orientation/Gender Identity
Support Groups * Families/Friends of GLBT
Individuals
PARTNERSHIP FOR PRESCRIPTION
ASSISTANCE
(888) 477-2669 Svc/Intake and Admin
888-4PPA NOW (800-Line)
www.pparx.org
OVERVIEW: Our mission is to increase awareness of patient
assistance programs and boost enrollment of those who are
eligible. The Partnership for Prescription Assistance offers a single
point of access to more than 275 public and private patient
assistance programs, including more than 150 programs offered by
pharmaceutical companies.
Services
Developmental Assessment
Specialized Information and Referral * Parents of
Children with Disabilities
Support Groups * Parents of Children with
Disabilities
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Partnership for Prescription
Assistance brings together America’s pharmaceutical companies,
doctors, other health care providers, patient advocacy
organizations and community groups to help qualifying patients
who lack prescription coverage get the medicines they need
through the public or private program that is right for them. Many
patients will get them free or nearly free. Our mission is to
increase awareness of patient assistance programs and boost
enrollment of those who are eligible. Through this site, the
Partnership for Prescription Assistance offers a single point of
access to more than 275 public and private patient assistance
programs, including more than 150 programs offered by
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pharmaceutical companies. To access the Partnership for
Prescription Assistance by phone call toll-free,
1-888-4PPA-NOW (1-888-477-2669).
SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Addictions treatment program that
consist of 24 group sessions (2 hours per week) and
individual/family sessions as clinically appropriate. Relapse
Prevention groups designed to support individuals needing to
maintain recovery. DWI Education Program. Intensive education
program for first or second time DWI offenders. Generally court
referred. Spanish speaking DWI treatment group/ Assessments
administered for those seeking referral for in-patient long term
residential treatment outside of Albuquerque/Bernalillo County.
Services
Prescription Drug Information Clearinghouses
Prescription Expense Assistance
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
PATHWAYS ACADEMY
Services
5651 Jefferson St. NE
Suite B
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Alcoholism Counseling
Mental Health Care and Counseling
Psychiatric Case Management
Substance Abuse Counseling
Substance Abuse Services
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Open to adults 18 years of
age or older diagnosed with mental illness.
(505) 341-0555 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://pathwaysacademynm.org/
[email protected]
Jan Secunda, Principal
OVERVIEW: The school provides a learning environment
for children with special needs. Each child has unique needs
the school addresses these with individual attention. Learning
skills are increased through evidence-based teaching and
nurturing.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Pathways Academy: a nurturing
learning environment that maximizes children's opportunities
to succeed academically and socially. We build upon each
child's strengths and weaknesses so that we can individualize
teaching and learning strategies best suited for each child.
PB & J FAMILY SERVICES, INC. PEANUT
BUTTER & JELLY
1101 Lopez Rd. SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87105
(505) 877-7060 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.pbjfamilyservices.org/
[email protected]
Services
Susannah Burke, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: PB & J Family Services, Inc., provides an array
of services for families with multiple challenges. The agency works
with children within their families and is committed to preserving
the family whenever possible. Services include child abuse
prevention & treatment programs, services for children of
prisoners, therapeutic preschools in Albuquerque and Bernalillo,
in home-based and supported living programs, ImPACT,
KidPACT, school-based services in the South Valley.
Alternative Education
Education * Learning Disabilities
Special Education
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
PATHWAYS, INC.
2551 Coors Northwest
Albuquerque, NM 87120
Services:
*Therapeutic Preschool that includes
*School Based Health Center
*Parenting and life skills education
*Bonding and attachment guidance
*Transportation
*Food service
*Case Management
*Counseling
*Play Therapy
*Art Therapy
*Group Counseling
*Individual Counseling
*Family Counseling
*Advocacy
*Nutritionist
HOURS: Call for information
(505) 338-3320 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.pathwaysnm.org/
Emmylou Emrick, BA, CPRP, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides community mental health and
substance abuse services to adults in the Albuquerque
metropolitan area. Co-occuring disorder specialist.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY:
MENTAL HEALTH: Comprehensive case management to
assist individuals with psychiatric disabilities to complete
tasks necessary to maintain a quality and independent
lifestyle. Counseling & psychotherapy for individuals, groups,
families and couples. Psychiatric evaluation and referral.
Medication monitoring and maintenance. Psychosocial
Rehabilitation. A variety of classes and outings that assist
consumers in learning skills necessary to maintain an
independent lifestyle in the community.
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Sites
neglect and violence; Access to medical/mental health care;
and Access to education. Legal services to kinship caregivers in
certain contested guardianship cases.
1. PB & J FAMILY SERVICES, INC. PEANUT
BUTTER & JELLY
1101 Lopez Rd. SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87105
Services
Children's Protective Services
Children's Rights Groups
Grandparent Rights
Legal Services * Children
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
(505) 867-2357 FAX
(505) 867-2356 Service/Intake
(505) 877-7060 Svc/Intake and Admin
Susannah Burke, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: To help at risk children to grow
and develop to their full potential in nurturing families within
a supportive community.
PEOPLE LIVING THROUGH CANCER
3411 Candelaria NE
Ste. M
Albuquerque, NM 87107
2. PB&J FAMILY SERVICES, INC. SATELLITE
OFFICE AND PEANUT BUTTER & JELLY
THERAPEUTIC PRESCHOOL
255-A Camino Del Pueblo
Bernalillo, NM 87004
(505) 242-3263 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.pltc.org
[email protected]
Leslie Slow Kaufman, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: To connect and support cancer survivors and
caregivers by transforming shared individual experiences into
enduring hope.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Emotional support groups for cancer
survivors, family, and friends. Networking to other support groups
and resources. Lending library of books, tapes, and videos on
emotional, physical, spiritual, medical, legal, insurance, and
wellness issues. One-to-one linking to those with similar
diagnoses. Quarterly journal. Annual statewide conference.
American Indian training for survivors serving their communities.
(505) 867-2356 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: PB&J has two therapeutic
classrooms. Each classroom is staffed with at least two
Family Intervention Specialists. PB&J also has licensed
clinicians, including Master's Level Counselors and Social
Workers, Art and Play Therapists, as well as Nursing services
including a Family Nurse Practitioner.
Services
Caregiver Training * High Risk Infants/Children
Developmental Assessment * High Risk
Infants/Children
Early Identification Programs * High Risk
Infants/Children
Early Intervention for Children with
Disabilities/Delays
Health/Disability Related Counseling * High Risk
Infants/Children
Parenting Education * High Risk Infants/Children
Pediatric Occupational Therapy * High Risk
Infants/Children
Play Therapy * High Risk Infants/Children
SITES: 1 2
Services
Health Supportive Services * Cancer
Special Library Collections * Cancer
Support Groups * Cancer
PEOPLEWORKS-NM
Meadowlark Senior Center
4330 Meadowlark Lane SE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
(505) 891-5018 Meadowlark Senior Center
(505) 990-4186 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.peopleworksnm.org
[email protected]
PEGASUS LEGAL SERVICES FOR
CHILDREN
OVERVIEW: Older adults will have access to high quality of
mental health care and services no matter their economic status.
SERVICE SUMMARY: PeopleWorks – NM, a nonprofit
organization, provides multiple services, including counseling and
geriatric care management, to enhance general well-being. We are
based in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, with a special emphasis on
services geared toward older adults and the city's at-risk
population.
(505) 244-1101 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://pegasuslaw.org/
[email protected]
Elizabeth McGrath & Tara Ford, C0-Executive Directors
OVERVIEW: To improve child well-being through legal
advocacy using a collaborative, child-centered approach.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Legal services to children and
families, community legal education, and policy advocacy in
metro-Albuquerque in three areas: Freedom from abuse,
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Services
PRAISE AND WORSHIP CENTER
(505) 873-1999 Svc/Intake and Admin
Case/Care Management * Frail Elderly
Case/Care Management * Older Adults
Friendly Visiting * Frail Elderly
Geriatric Counseling
Individual Counseling * Older Adults
praiseandworshipcenter.org/
Luis Garcia, Pastor
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving residents in the
SW area of Albuquerque. Call for hours and information.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NEW
MEXICO, INC.
Services
Food Pantries
719 San Mateo NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 265-3722 Nob Hill Office
(505) 294-1577 Northeast Heights Office
(505) 899-7900 Sandoval County – Rio Rancho Office
(505) 265-5976 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 230-7526 800-Line
PRESBYTERIAN HEALTHCARE SERVICES
AND HOSPITALS
www.ppnewmex.org
(505) 841-1234 Main Switchboard
(866) 388-7737 800-Line Presbyterian Health Plan
2501 Buena Vista SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides family planning assistance, clinical
services and low cost abortion services and counseling.
Pregnancy testing daily.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Comprehensive and confidential
family planning services, pregnancy testing, counseling,
infertility counseling. Family planning educational programs,
speakers and films. Routine gynecological exams for women,
marriage license blood testing, diagnosis and treatment of
venereal diseases for men and women, diagnosis and
treatment of vaginal and urinary tract infections and AIDS
testing, vasectomies. Provides abortion services in a low cost
non-hospital setting. Must make appointment to schedule
services. Tubal legations (sterilization) performed with
general or local anesthetic. Insurance and Medicaid accepted.
Free walk-in pregnancy tests, call in advance.
www.phs.org
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides administrative direction and support to
all Presbyterian Healthcare facilities throughout New Mexico.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services is a not-for-profit system of
hospitals, a health plan and a growing medical group. Presbyterian
is committed to a single purpose -- improving the health of
individuals, families and communities throughout New Mexico.
HOURS: Admin hours MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
Site locations call for information
Sites
1. PMS ESPERANZA FAMILY HEALTH
903 C 5th Street
ESTANCIA, NM 87016
Abortion Services, Birth Control Education for teens and
adults, Dispensing of various Birth Control Methods,
Confidential HIV Testing, Family Planning, Gynecology,
Gardasil, Pills Now Pay Later Program™, Pregnancy
Education, Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening and
Treatment, Well Woman Exam, Colposcopy, Sterilization
services.
(505) 384-2777 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of medical, dental
and behavioral health services to individuals and families that have
no insurance or inadequate insurance to cover the costs of care.
Also operates a Head start Program and the senior program of
Torrance county. Provides a variety of primary medical care.
Dental services and behavioral health services to individuals and
families on a sliding fee scale based on income and family size.
We also accept Medicare, Medicaid (contract w/ all 3 Salud
HMO's), a wide array of private insurance companies. Please call
office for more information for up to 90 individuals. Call for more
information. Provides service mostly to Torrance county residents
and Southern Santa Fe County.
Services
Abortion Services
Birth Control
Birth Control Counseling
Confidential HIV Testing
Contraception
Postabortion Counseling
Pregnancy Counseling
Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening
Teen Family Planning Programs
2. PMS MOUNTAINAIR FAMILY HEALTH
105 East Pinon St
MOUNTAINAIR, NM 87036
(505) 847-2271 Svc/Intake and Admin
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intravenous (IV) therapy, oncology, psychiatric and
respiratory nursing care, wound care, diabetes, cardiac, laboratory
tests, medical social services, physical , occupational and speech
therapies.
3. PRESBYTERIAN EAR INSTITUTE
415 Cedar St. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 224-7020 Service/Intake
8. PRESBYTERIAN HOSPICE SERVICES
Kaseman Hospital
8300 Constitution NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Seema Katiyar, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Plays an active role in hearing
and speech disorders, cochlear implantation and skull base
surgical procedures. Services include La Voz de Ninos Oral
School, speech/language and auditory training, instructional
groups, the Cochlear Implant Program, pediatric/adult
implant evaluations, diagnostics, rehabilitation for post
implantation for adults and children with cochlear implants,
Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Program, a
rehabilitation center.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a comprehensive program of
palliative care for the terminally ill patients. Provides special
services such as; nursing care, pastoral care, medical services,
counseling, in-patient hospice, therapists, home health aides, and
homemakers.
4. PRESBYTERIAN FAMILY HEALTHCARE OF
BELEN
609 South Christopher Road
BELEN, NM 87002
9. PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL SERVICES HEAD START
TORRANCE COUNTY
600 10TH St
ESTANCIA, NM 87016
(505) 864-5454 Service/Intake
(505) 384-2302 Service/Intake Estancia
(505) 832-2588 Service/Intake Moriarty
(505) 847-0547 Service/Intake Mountainair
(505) 559-1122 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a full range of
outpatient medical services, including physical therapy.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Free social, health, and educational
program for 3-5 year old children for low-income families in
Torrance County.
5. PRESBYTERIAN HEALTH SYSTEM SANDOVAL
4100 High Resort, Boulevard
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
Locations:
6001 10th Street
Estancia, NM 87016
(505)384-2302
(505) 462-8888 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: At the High Resort location,
pediatric services are provided, in addition to an Urgent Care.
Presbyterian Health System accepts: private insurance,
Medicaid Managed Care, and uninsured patients for most of
their services. In addition, IHS coverage and Medicaid
fee-for-service is accepted for some services. Please call to
verify.
704 Union Street
Moriarty, NM 87035
(505)832-2588
109 Sunset Avenue
Mountainair, NM 87036
(505)847-0547
Services
6. PRESBYTERIAN HEALTHCARE SERVICES AND
HOSPITALS
2501 Buena Vista SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Dental Care
General Medical Care
Health Care
Health Care Referrals
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
SITE: 1
(505) 841-1234 Main Switchboard
(866) 388-7737 800-Line Presbyterian Health Plan
7. PRESBYTERIAN HOME HEALTHCARE
SERVICES
8100 Constitution Place, NE
Ste 400
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
Call for Information
Child Development Classes
Head Start
SITE: 9
Emergency Room Care
General Medical Care
Health Care
Health Screening/Diagnostic Services
Hearing Aids
Hearing Screening
Home Health Care
(505) 559-1144 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides skilled nursing care,
rehabilitation therapies and home health aide services to
people in their own homes. Special services are antepartum
nursing, pediatric care, new mother and infant care,
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Services
Hospice Care
Hospitals
Inpatient Alcoholism Treatment
Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
Intensive Care
Speech and Hearing
Substance Abuse Services
Terminal Illness Counseling
Urgent Care Centers
SITES: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Holiday Programs
Soup Kitchens
PUEBLO OF ISLETA SOCIAL SERVICES
Isleta, NM 87022
(505) 869-2772 Social Services
http://www.isletapueblo.com/directory.html
OVERVIEW: Provides government services and
administration for the Pueblo of Isleta.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
PRO CHOICE NEW MEXICO
PO Box 97
Albuquerque, NM 87103
Sites
(505) 259-0659 Svc/Intake and Admin
1. BEHAVIORAL HEALTH- ALCOHOLISM
TREATMENT & EDUCATION PROGRAM
PO Box 301
ISLETA, NM 87022
www.prochoicenewmexico.org
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Acts in the role of an advocate relative to
the issue of abortion.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: For the basic right of individuals
to limit their own reproduction through freedom of choice.
Works against restrictive abortion legislation. Information
and referrals on all pregnancy options. Also, provides
speakers, books, films and literature. Educate the public,
teachers, counselors, social workers and school nurses about
reproductive choices through publishing and distributing a
pregnancy options guide. Maintain a free information and
referral service for pregnancy options.
(505) 865-3254 Service/Intake
Joann C. Sanchez, Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides individual, family and group
counseling as well as education about physical and mental effects
of alcoholism. Acquisition of coping skills. Antabuse is
administered by counselors as prescribed. Provides assistance to
youth between ages 12 to 21 who may be experiencing difficulties
with their lives either physical, social, spiritual or cultural. Also
provides alcohol/drug screening and assessments, individual
counseling and acts as a Probate Court liaison.
2. HEADSTART & CHILDCARE
PO Box 385
(505) 924-3160 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
Reproductive Rights Groups
SERVICE SUMMARY: Preschool experience for children
from low income families or those with disabilities. Priority given
to Native American children. Services include medical, social,
educational, nutrition, special needs, dental and visual programs.
PROJECT SHARE, INC.
1515 Yale SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
(505) 242-5677 Svc/Intake and Admin
3. PUEBLO OF ISLETA SOCIAL SERVICES
Isleta, NM 87022
http://www.projectshareinc.org/
[email protected]
(505) 869-2772 Social Services
Joell Ackerman, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides meals for homeless and poor
individuals.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides meals 6 times a week to
homeless families, single women and men. Exchanges box of
food for one hour of volunteer work. Lends out free voice
boxes for those in search of jobs. Delivers boxes of food to
home-bound community members.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Child Welfare and Family Violence
Prevention and Intervention. Child protective services, crisis
intervention, family counseling community outreach, and child
welfare assistance. Additional services include financial assistance
and information and referral.
Services
Alcoholism Counseling * Native American Community
Drug/Alcohol Testing
Head Start
Native American General Assistance
SITES: 1 2 3
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GET CARDED:
Every fall, RAINN, local rape crisis centers and thousands of
volunteers across the US participate in Get Carded, a program to
educate college students about sexual assault.
415 Tijeras NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 243-0027 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.quote-unquote.org/
SOCIAL NORMS CAMPAIGN:
RAINN is proud to present the first national social norms media
campaign focusing on the role that that men play in preventing
sexual assault.
Steve Ranieri, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for free access to Community
Television Channel 27 for non-profits, groups, and
individuals.
HOURS: Call for information
NATIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT ONLINE HOTLINE:
Launching in 2006, the National Sexual Assault Online Hotline
will provide live, anonymous, secure crisis support to victims of
sexual assault and their families and friends.
Services
Community Access Channels
ANTI-VIOLENCE LEGISLATION
In 2004, RAINN was proud to announce that the US Congress
passed the Justice for All Act, which incorporates the Advancing
Justice Through DNA Technology Act and the Debbie Smith Bill.
The legislation was signed into law by the President.
RAINBOW HOUSE INTERNATIONAL
PO Box 53337
Albuquerque, NM 87153
(505) 217-9408 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.rhi.org/
Services
OVERVIEW: Provides adoption services and adoption
counseling.
HOURS: MTWThF- 9AM to 4 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Licensed child placing agency
(international and domestic) providing pre and post
placement adoption services. Complete pre-adoption training
to prospective adoptive parents.
Adult Sexual Assault Prevention
Internet Information Resources * Sexual Assault
Issues
Sexual Assault Hotlines
Sexual Assault/Incest Support Groups
Support Groups * Sexual Assault Issues
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Services
Adoption Counseling and Support
Adoption Information
Adoption Legal Services
RAPE CRISIS CENTER OF CENTRAL NEW
MEXICO
9741 Candelaria NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
RAINN RAPE, ABUSE & INCEST
NATIONAL NETWORK
(800) 656-4673 Service/Intake and Hotline
Rape Abuse and Incest National Network
(505) 266-7711 Svc/Intake and Admin
(888) 811-8282 800-Line
2000 L Street NW
Suite 406
Washington, DC 20036
http://rapecrisiscnm.org/
(800) 656-4673 Svc/Intake and Admin
National Sexual Assault Hotline
Shawn O'Connell, Interim Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The Albuquerque Rape Crisis Center provides
emotional support and advocacy to survivors of sexual assault and
abuse within the greater Albuquerque area, and serves as a
community resource on issues regarding prevention and awareness
of sexual assault and abuse. Provides crisis services, counseling to
victims of sexual assault and their families, prevention education
programs and professional training.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
Crisis services 24/7
SERVICE SUMMARY: 24-hour services for survivors of
sexual assault, and their loved ones, through a telephone hotline
and hospital advocacy. Counseling services for anyone who has
been affected by sexual assault which includes individuals,
couples, and groups. Sexual assault prevention programs and
training for schools, colleges, businesses, and organizations.
www.rainn.org
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: The Rape, Abuse & Incest National
Network (RAINN) is the nation's largest anti-sexual assault
organization and has been ranked as one of “America’s 100
Best Charities by Worth magazine.
SERVICE SUMMARY: NATIONAL SEXUAL
ASSAULT HOTLINE:
1.800.656.HOPE(4673). Free. Confidential. 24/7.
At any given moment, more than 1,100 trained volunteers
are on duty and available to help victims at RAINN-affiliated
crisis centers across the country.
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Services
READWEST, INC
2009 Grand Blvd.
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
Crime Victim Accompaniment Services
Sexual Assault Counseling
Sexual Assault Hotlines
Sexual Assault Prevention
Sexual Assault Treatment
Support Groups * Sexual Assault Issues
(505) 892-1131 Administrative
www.readwest.org
[email protected]
Muncie Hansen, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Teaches literacy and provides literacy training.
HOURS: MTWTH 9AM to 3PM
READ WRITE ADULT LITERACY
PROGRAM
Sites
902 C West Route 66
Moriarty, NM 87035
1. READWEST, INC
2009 Grand Blvd.
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
(505) 832-9469 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.readwritenm.org/
[email protected]
(505) 892-1131 Svc/Intake and Admin
Fabiola Melendez, Director
OVERVIEW: Adult literacy program for individuals
wanting to learn to read and write.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Read "Write" Adult literacy
Program supports adult community members wanting to
learn reading and writing - or those wanting English as a
second language instruction.
Muncie Hansen, Executive Director
2. READWEST, INC. LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF
AMERICA
P.O.Box 44508
RIO RANCHO, NM 87174
(505) 892-1131 Service/Intake
Services
SERVICE SUMMARY: Offers a variety of programs that
assist adults in reading development and overall improvement of
literacy. Also offered is a program of English as a second language.
Family Literacy team teaches parents the importance of reading
and interacting with their children. O
English as a Second Language
Literacy Programs
Literacy Testing
Literacy Volunteer Opportunities
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Services
English as a Second Language
Literacy Programs
Literacy Volunteer Opportunities
Remedial Reading
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITES: 1 2
READING WORKS, INC.
6101 Anderson St SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 321-9620 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.reading-works.org/
[email protected]ks.org
RELEVANCY, INC.
OVERVIEW: Reading Works, Inc. is a 501(c)(3)
organization. Our mission is to teach adults to read and write.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Reading Works, Inc. is a
501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to teach adults to read
and write. We use trained volunteers to teach adults on a
one-on-one basis, with a learner-goal based teaching system.
We teach basic literacy (teaching native English speakers to
read and write English) and English as a Second Language
(teaching other language speakers to speak and understand
English). All services are free to any adult living in Bernalillo
County.
2727 San Pedro NE
Ste 120
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(505) 830-1038 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.relevancyinc.com/
[email protected]
Bobby W. Sykes, Ph.D., Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Outpatient chemical dependence/substance
abuse treatment program offering services to individuals.
HOURS: MTWTh 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM /Fri 8:30 AM to 12:30
PM
SERVICE SUMMARY:
*Adult services: provides treatment services for individuals based
on the specific needs presented by each client. Services are
focused on ethnic minorities and women, but all ethnicities are
served. Services are free of charge and available during normal
Services
Adult Literacy Programs
English as a Second Language
Literacy Programs
Literacy Volunteer Opportunities
Tutoring Volunteer Opportunities
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business hours and by appointment at other times. Program
services are offered for all types of substance abuse including
alcohol abuse, individual therapy, group treatment offerings,
family therapy, random drug screening, outreach services,
case management and 24 hour hot line.
*Adolescent services: provides assistance for families
needing help with issues of substance abuse, addiction, gang
involvement, behavior problems at school and parent/child
conflicts. The program follows a case management approach
to problem solving, seeking to locate available, appropriate
community resources which families can access to obtain
needed assistance.
students, grades K - 8.
Services
Educational Grants
Literacy Programs
Mentoring Programs
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Call for Information
RIO GRANDE FOOD PROJECT RIO GRANDE
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
600 Coors NW
Albuquerque, NM 87121-5148
Services
(505) 831-2686 FAX
(505) 831-3778 Svc/Intake and Admin
Alcoholism Counseling
Central Intake/Assessment for Substance Abuse
Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Abuse
Treatment
Substance Abuse Counseling
Substance Abuse Services
www.rgfp.org
[email protected]
David Whiteley, Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a balanced, seven day emergency food
box to referred clients. Depends on food availability.
RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE OF NEW
MEXICO, THE
To qualify, adults in the household must present a photo ID. For
each minor in household, a birth certificate or baptismal certificate
is required.
2413 Wyoming Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
Serves clients every 90 days.
HOURS: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 10AM to 2PM
Saturday 9AM -12PM
(505) 881-4563 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.rtlnm.org
[email protected]
Closed on holidays observed by the state of New Mexico.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides food boxes to families with
written referrals by Human Services, other churches, school
counselors and senior organizations. Clients may only be served
four times in a year. Serves primarily residents west of the river.
Dauneen Dolce, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Advocates and provides educational
programs and materials on Right to Life issues.
HOURS: MTWThF- 9AM to 5PM
Services
Services
Right to Life Groups
Food Pantries
RIO GRANDE EDUCATIONAL
COLLABORATIVE
RIO GRANDE REGION OF NARCOTICS
ANONYMOUS
Various Meeting Locations
(505) 260-9889 Meeting and Information Line
524 Montano NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 873-6035 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.riograndena.org/welcome.php
www.rgec.org
A pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides a program of support and assistance to
individuals who wish to escape from the world of drug/substance
abuse. Call for location and meeting times: (505)260-9889
SERVICE SUMMARY: Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit
fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs have
become a major problem to the extent that the drugs control their
lives. Recovering addicts in NA meet regularly to help each other
stay clean. Any one may join regardless of age, race, creed, religion
or lack of religion. Meetings are held in both English and Spanish.
Michael D. Silva, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: RGEC provides services to schools in need
of improvement. Services include professional development
for educators, project and grant management and facilitation
and support of parent and family involvement activities.
SERVICE SUMMARY: After School Program: A safe,
fun and comprehensive after school and summer time
program for enhancing academic achievement, performance
and literacy skills among Rio Grande Cluster high-risk
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Services
RIO RANCHO NURSING AND
REHABILITATION CENTER
Substance Abuse Education/Prevention
Substance Abuse Hotlines
Substance Abuse Services
4210 Sabana Grande SE
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
(505) 892-6603 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Agency is a nursing home and rehabilitation
facility.
HOURS: 24/7
SERVICE SUMMARY: At Rio Rancho Nursing and
Rehabilitation, you’ll find a wide range of services and programs
available in our facility. Our professional staff works closely with
each resident’s physician and family to create a personalized plan
of care that helps each resident reach his or her highest potential.
RIO RANCHO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
4001 Southern Blvd. SE
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
(505) 892-1533 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.rrchamber.org
[email protected]
Debbie Moore, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides information for relocation,
visitors, and tourists.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Offers a variety of free services
to residents and visitors such as relocation and visitor
information, referrals, classes, workshops, special events and
SBA materials.
Our services include:
~Postacute care
~Alzheimer’s care
~Wound care
~Physical, occupational and speech therapy
~Special rehabilitation for amputation, arthritis, orthopedics,
spinal cord injury, and stroke
~Hospice care
~Respite care
Services
City Government Information Lines
Tourist Information
Services
Home Health Care
Nursing Facilities
Physical Therapy
Rehabilitation/Habilitation Services
Respite Care Registries
Speech Therapy
RIO RANCHO FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
184 Unser Blvd. NE
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
(505) 896-0928 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Agency provides both physical and mental
health services.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Substance abuse services for
children, adolescents, and adults. As a community health
center we provide mental health, substance abuse and general
outpatient medical. Accepts Medicare, Medicaid, Salud and
most commerical Insurance programs. A sliding scale is
available for uninsured indiv.
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
500 Laser Rd.
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
(505) 896-0667 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.rrps.net
V. Sue Cleveland, Superintendent
OVERVIEW: Public school district for Rio Rancho, New
Mexico.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Rio Rancho Public Schools is a
school district based in Rio Rancho, NM, USA. Rio Rancho
Public Schools serves the municipality of Rio Rancho. The school
district has a total of 18 schools. The district has two high schools,
two alternative high schools, four middle schools, 10 elementary
schools and 1 preschool.
Services
Community Clinics
General Medical Care
Health Care
Health Care Referrals
Health Screening/Diagnostic Services
Immunizations
Mental Health Care and Counseling
Nutrition Education
Pediatrics
Substance Abuse Services
Services
Alternative Education
Dropout Prevention
Dropout Programs
Education
Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
Preschools
Public Schools
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Services
Secondary/High Schools
Food Banks/Food Distribution Warehouses
Food Pantries
Holiday Related Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer Opportunities
RIVER OF LIFE FOURSQUARE CHURCH
FOOD PANTRY
6020 Juniper Road
Albuquerque, NM 87120
ROADRUNNER CHILD DEVELOPMENT
(505) 831-7122 Svc/Intake and Admin
608 Chelwood Park NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87123
Michael Hernandez, Contact Person
OVERVIEW: Food pantry.
HOURS: Saturdays 10AM to 11:30 AM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food boxes for families in need.
Applicants will need to provide name, phone number and
number of people in household.
(505) 293-6691 Svc/Intake and Admin
Lynette Castro, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of extended day care services,
including preschool, kindergarden, and before & after care for
public school children. Accepts children from 6 weeks through 10
years of age.
HOURS: MTWThF 6:30AM to 6PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: The center provides a variety of
extended day care services.The program maintains a low ratio of
children to teachers. The center is fully licensed by the State of
New Mexico. The program provides safe play areas, music, social
skills development, breakfasts/lunch/snacks, and transportation
for school age children to public schools and back.
Immediate emergency food assistance is also available for
people in critical situations. Call Michael Hernandez for
information.
Services
Food Pantries
ROADRUNNER FOOD BANK OF NEW
MEXICO
Services
5840 Office Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Child Care Providers
Preschools
(505) 349-8841 Food Pantry Referral/Hunger Line
(505) 247-2052 Svc/Intake and Admin
(866) 327-0267 800-Line
S.A.F.E. HOUSE
www.rrfb.org
PO Box 25363
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87125
Melody Wattenbarger, Executive Director & CEO
OVERVIEW: Established in 1980, Roadrunner Food
Bank has taken the leadership role in finding solutions to the
hunger problem in New Mexico.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8AM to 8PM
Sat 8AM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Food Bank solicits, collects,
and transports salvageable food from large and small food
industry donors nationwide and we purchase large quantities
of food in bulk. We then distribute millions of pounds of
food each year through a statewide network of over 700
emergency food pantries, group homes, low-income day care
centers, shelters, soup kitchens, and seven smaller, regional
food banks. In turn, these organizations provide emergency
food boxes, congregate meals, and direct distributions to over
200,000 low-income people each year.
(800) 773-3645 Hotline/Crisis Line
(505) 247-4219 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.safehousenm.org
[email protected]
Michele Fuller, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides shelter, meals, transportation, clothing
and child care for victims of domestic violence and their children.
S.A.F.E. House also provides domestic violence counseling and
other supportive services including transitional housing, advocacy
and offender treatment.
HOURS: MTWThFSaSu - 24 hours
Sites
Roadrunner Food Bank is a private, non-profit organization
serving the state of New Mexico. We are not a government
agency and are not affiliated with federal, state or local
governments. We depend on donations - financial, food, and
in-kind - to help feed thousands of hungry New Mexicans
every day.
1. S.A.F.E. HOUSE
PO Box 25363
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87125
(800) 773-3645 Hotline/Crisis Line
(505) 247-4219 Svc/Intake and Admin
Michele Fuller, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Offers counseling, shelter, food, and
clothing to victims of domestic violence. Domestic Violence
counseling and referral services for domestic violence abusers and
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: There are quite a few
options for volunteers wanting to help the Food Bank end
hunger in New Mexico.
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victims is available. Services include PATHWAYS: a transitional
housing program for victims/witnesses of domestic violence
and their children. Clients can stay in the program for up to
two years, and receive housing, case management, rental
assistance, advocacy. CLINICAL SERVICES: licensed
therapists are available for group and individual therapy for all
age groups. SECOND CHANCES: A resale shop which
helps S.A.F.E House clients develop employment skills for
the retail industry and all proceeds from the thrift shop sales
benefit S.A.F.E. House operations and client services.
SANDRA'S CLOSET: A "Dress for Success" program that
provides clients with professional clothing for job interviews
and skills for permanent employment. Workshops for
resume-building and interview skills are also available.
2. S.A.F.E. HOUSE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE FAMILY
PROGRAM
PO Box 25363
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87125
SAFETEEN NEW MEXICO
1511 University Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 924-2717 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.safeteennm.org
[email protected]
Chris Schueler, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: SAFETEEN NM is a driver’s safety education
program implemented in high schools.
SERVICE SUMMARY: SAFETEEN Inc. is a youth driven,
community-based organization that implements programs in
schools to prevent injury, death, and disability, related to traffic
fatalities. SAFETEEN facilitates youth involvement and peer
education that result in critical thinking, self awareness, and
healthy decision-making.
Services
(505) 831-8700 Service/Intake
Driving Safety Education * Youth
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides assessment and
counseling services to families where domestic violence has
or is occuring. Substance abuse counseling and domestic
violence counseling offered as well.
SALVATION ARMY, THE
4301 Bryn Mawr Dr. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
3. S.A.F.E. HOUSE SHELTER FOR VICTIMS OF
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
PO Box 25363
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87125
(505) 872-1171 Utility/Rent
(505) 881-4292 Ext. 100 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.salvationarmy.org
(800) 773-3645 Hotline/Talkline/Warmline
New Mexico Domestic Violence Hotline
(505) 247-4219 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of emergency assistance
programs.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 3:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides shelter, food, clothing,
advocacy, referral, and other supportive services to victims of
domestic violence and their minor children. The children
must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Counseling provided to residential victims and their children.
Also provides counseling for non-resident victims and
abusers. Eligibilty is for anybody experiencing emotional,
verbal, sexual and or physical abuse seeking emergency
shelter and services.
Sites
1. MISSING PERSONS SERVICE
180 East Ocean Blvd
Long Beach, CA 90802
(800) 698-7728 800-Line
SERVICE SUMMARY:
mutually desire contact.
Services
Abuse Counseling
Crime Victim Accompaniment Services
Domestic Violence Shelters
Family Violence Prevention
General Clothing Provision * Victims/Survivors
Safe Houses
Spouse/Domestic Partner Abuse Counseling
Spouse/Domestic Partner Abuse Prevention
SITES: 1 2 3
Goal is to reunite relatives who
2. SALVATION ARMY, THE
4301 Bryn Mawr Dr. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
(505) 872-1171 Ext. 116 Service/Intake
(505) 881-4292 Ext. 100 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Donation pickup, emergency rental
assistance for persons with eviction notices, emergency utility
assistance for persons with disconnect notices, limited food
assistance-including holidays, casework services to local transient
persons; assistance in locating missing persons, work therapy
program for adults with alcohol and drug related problems and for
individuals seeking to return to mainstream society, emergency
shelter and meals to homeless, New Addition Program: a small
program to help with some expenses incurred with a newborn
baby. Requirements are that mother is expecting or baby is less
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than one month of age.
and parenting issues.
3. SILVER CREST
Therapy and Counseling: SCCF provides therapy to individuals
and couples going through divorce, break up of relationships and
the stress of being in ongoing litigation.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Silver Crest offers housing to
seniors age 62 or older. Subsidized by US Dept. of Housing
and Urban Development (HUD). Utilities included, on site
laundry, food commodities available to residents.
Services
Annual income must NOT exceed:
1 person- $18,950
2 persons- $21,700
Abuse Counseling
Adolescent/Youth Counseling
Divorce Counseling
Family Counseling
Group Counseling
Individual Counseling
Marriage Counseling
Mental Health Care and Counseling
Mental Health Evaluation
Parent Counseling
Pastoral Counseling
Premarital Counseling
Sexual Assault Counseling
Spouse/Domestic Partner Abuse Counseling
Services
Food Pantries
Furniture/Home Furnishings Donation Programs
Missing Persons Location Assistance
Mortgage Payment Assistance
Older Adult/Disability Related Supportive Housing
Rent Payment Assistance
Subsidized Housing Administrative Organizations
* Older Adults
Thrift Shops
Utility Service Payment Assistance
SITES: 1 2 3
SAN JOSE PARISH FOOD PANTRY
SAMARITAN COUNSELING CENTER OF
ALBUQUERQUE
2401 Broadway Blvd. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Bldg. #3
1101 Medical Arts Ave. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 242-3658 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Food pantry.
HOURS: CALL FOR INFORMATION ABOUT AREA
SERVED
Mon/Wed/Fri 10AM to 1PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: San Jose Parish food pantry ONLY
serves residents of Broadway area. Applicant must reside between:
Rio Bravo and Avenida Cesar Chavez
Second Stree and University
(505) 842-5300 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.samaritancc.com
Sarah Lee, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of counseling services,
education, life skills and psychological testing.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 6PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Samaritan Center for Changing
Families (SCCF) offers a range of approaches to assist
parents. A brief description of our services follows:
Applicants needs ID and piece of mail with name and current
address.
Mon/Wed/Fri 10AM to 1PM
Wise Parent Counseling: This approach is best suited for
parents who are motivated to work cooperatively, and seek
assistance and education in co-parenting.
Services
Food Pantries
Co-Parenting Training for Couples: This is a structured
psycho-educational format that can be used when the parents
are in higher conflict.
SANCTUARY ZONE
Building B
903 N. 5th Street
Estancia, NM 87016
Cooperative Parenting Classes: SCCF offers classes for
parents to prepare them to work together in the Wise Parent
program, joint therapy, or on their own.
(505) 384-0381 Svc/Intake and Admin
Reintegration: Therapists work with parents and children
who have become estranged over the course of family
break-up.
www.sanctuaryzone.org
[email protected]
Linda Lopez, Director
OVERVIEW: Sanctuary Zone is an organization committed to
prevent domestic violence through programs of intervention and
Mediation and Facilitated Settlement: The Center accepts
referral for settlement facilitation and mediation of all divorce
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SANCTUARY ZONE...
prevention.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Sanctuary Zone’s mission and
goal is to instill faith in our clients. We will minister to the
whole person in order for them to recover, heal, and become
self-reliant citizens. How we will achieve this goal is by
honoring God with wisdom, knowledge, and understanding
through the power of the Holy Spirit. We will reveal to our
clients and citizens of our community the value of life by
addressing the issues of the whole person: spiritually,
educationally, socially, economically, and physically. These
needs will be met to teach them that mutual respect should be
granted to all regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, political, or
religious preference.
Services
Alcoholism Counseling
Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Abuse
Treatment
Substance Abuse Intervention Programs
Substance Abuse Services
SANDOVAL COUNTY GOVERNMENT
D
1500 Idalia RD
BERNALILL0, NM 87004
Services
(505) 867-7500 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.sandovalcounty.com/
Domestic Violence Intervention Programs
Domestic Violence Motel Vouchers
Family Based Services * Victims/Survivors
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
OVERVIEW: Provides county government services to the
citizens of Sandoval County.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Conducts planning, sets policy and
implements all programs by direction of the Sandoval County
Commission.
SANDOVAL COUNTY COOPERATIVE
EXTENSION SERVICES
Services
811 Camino del Pueblo
BERNALILL0, NM 87004
(505) 867-2582 Svc/Intake and Admin
Government Information Lines
Public Officials Offices
http://sandovalextension.nmsu.edu
[email protected]
SARANAM
OVERVIEW: Provides resources and information
regarding nutrition, safety, and youth development.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides array of services for
Sandoval County residents.
1100 Eubank NE,
Ste A
Albuquerque, NM 87112
(505) 299-6154 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.saranamabq.org/
[email protected]
Services
Alcohol Abuse Education/Prevention
Nutrition Education
Safety Education Programs
Substance Abuse Education/Prevention
Youth Development
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Tracy Sharp, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: The word "Saranam" means refuge. Saranam
provides a two-year continuum of care in a safe and nurturing
environment and six steps to self-sufficiency that motivates
participants to long-term success.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Central's Family Transitions
Assistance (program for homeless families):
SANDOVAL COUNTY DWI PROGRAM
Education: Saranam's Education Program incorporates three of
the six steps to self-sufficiency: education/personal development,
vocational development and job placement/employee support.
711 Camino Del Pueblo
BERNALILL0, NM 87004
Housing: Saranam and its partner agencies provide housing, case
management, budgeting and debt reconciliation, education and
referral services for medical, dental, mental health and substance
abuse treatment
(505) 771-7191 Administrative
OVERVIEW: Provides array of services relating to
substance abuse and prevention.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides substance abuse
prevention and treatment, family services/counseling,
community organization, and probation services. Staff speak
English, Spanish, and Dine. Fees: $20.00 Registration fee,
Probation fee may apply, other services free of charge.
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SARANAM...
Services
SCORE - SERVICE CORPS OF RETIRED
EXECUTIVES
Dental Care Referrals * Homeless Families
Health Care Referrals * Homeless Families
Homeless Financial Assistance Programs
Job Search/Placement * Homeless Families
Mental Health Support Services * Homeless
Families
Transitional Case/Care Management * Homeless
Families
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
625 Silver Avenue SW
Ste 320
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 248-8232 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.abqscore.org/
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides assistance and mentorship for
individuals considering starting their own business or
improving/expanding an existing business.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: SCORE provides assistance to the
small business community through no-fee mentoring and business
counseling and low-cost workshops. SCORE members have a
considerable amount of business expertise and volunteer their
time to assist people with starting a business or
improving/expanding an existing business. Assistance is also
provided in the form of a variety of workshop subjects. Individual
counseling on issues relating to business is also offered.
SAWMILL COMMUNITY LAND TRUST,
CLT
990 18th St NW
2nd Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87104
(505) 764-0359 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.sawmillclt.org
Wade Patterson, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Sawmill Community Land Trust is a 501(c)3
nonprofit organization dedicated to developing vibrant,
prosperous neighborhoods through the creation and
stewardship of permanently affordable housing for low and
moderate income families through the community land trust
model. The keystone of our mission is the empowerment of
underserved, disinvested communities through civic
participation, opportunity, and advocacy.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Develop and steward quality,
affordable rental/homeownership housing in Albuquerque
that primarily serves families and individuals with incomes at
or below 80% of area median. Financial assistance for
qualified homebuyers is available. HUD-certified housing and
financial counseling services are offered to all prospective
homebuyers at no cost and without income restrictions; a
CLT home purchase is not required for use of counseling
services. Additional service features include rental housing for
low income seniors (ages 55+), FREE resource referral and
counseling services for homeowners, and support of
community health/strength through events, organizing, and
advocacy.
Services
Business Associations
Minority Business Development
Small Business Development
SENIOR CITIZENS' LAW OFFICE
4317 Lead Ave SE
Ste A
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
(505) 265-2300 Svc/Intake and Admin
Ms. Lisa T. Schatz-Vance, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides legal assistance and advice in civil cases.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides free legal services to seniors
in civil cases with focus on the following types of cases: public
benefits, guardianship, landlord-tenant, foreclosure defense,
financial exploitation, consumer, health and long term care.
Services
Services
Community Housing Development Organizations
Homebuyer/Home Purchase Counseling
Low Cost For Sale Homes/Housing Units
Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing
Elder Law
Guardianship Assistance * Frail Elderly
Landlord/Tenant Assistance * Older Adults
Legal Counseling * Older Adults
Legal Services * Older Adults
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Bernalillo County residents
60 years old and over.
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SENIOR LIVING SYSTEMS
SEW RIGHT INC.
3216 Highway 47
Los Lunas, NM 87031
1212 Broadway Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 865-8813 Service/Intake
(505) 977-3385 Svc/Intake and Admin
Suzette Lindemuth, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides adult residential care services and
assisted living.
SERVICE SUMMARY: 24 hour personal care and
services. Residents must be mobile and may use assistive
devices, attendant services under medicaid personal care
options.
www.sewrightinc.com
[email protected]
Pam Gibbons
OVERVIEW: Sew Right's mission is to promote creativity and
entrepreneurship through the operation of a non-profit school for
interior design fabrication.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Sew Right provides free job training
in the Workroom Fabrication Business through scholarships. Sew
Right is looking to develop competent people who want to work
for themselves, set their own hours, and take advantage of a field
in which they will be in high demand.
Services
Independent Living Communities/Complexes for
Older Adults
Older Adult/Disability Related Supportive Housing
Semi-Independent Living Residences for Adults
with Disabilities * Frail Elderly
Services
Sewing Instruction
Sewing/Needlecraft Volunteer Opportunities
SER DE NEW MEXICO
SHARE YOUR CARE, INC.
1931 San Mateo NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
2651 Pan American Freeway NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 268-4500 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 298-1700 Ext. 26 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.SERdeNM.org
[email protected]
www.shareyourcare.org
[email protected]
Pete Salazar, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Educational and Employment training.
SERVICE SUMMARY: SER is a community-based
organization whose mission is to link organizations and
resources together to strengthen the fight against poverty and
encourage family self-sufficiency throughout New Mexico.
Our main areas of service are Educational and Employment
training.
Nick Pavlakos, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides adult day care, at 6 sites throughout the
Albuquerque area.
HOURS: MTWThF 7:30 AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides quality adult day care
services for frail elderly and adults with disabilities, including
severe disabling mental illness, as an alternative to institutional
care. Keeps people living at home while providing a break for
caregivers.
GED preparation, Adult Basic Education, Southwest
Employment and Training Program for youth ages 16-24,
Community Mentor Programs, America Reads Literacy
Project, Foster Grandparents, Senior Companions, Youth
year-round employment program, Youth summer
employment training, Youth Mentor programs, and Drop-out
prevention programs.
Services
Adult Day Program Centers
Case/Care Management * Frail Elderly
Geriatric Counseling
Information Services * Caregivers
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Clients must be able to feed,
and take care of personal functions with moderate
assistance.
Services
Dropout Programs
Foster Grandparent Program
GED Instruction
Literacy Programs
Mentoring Programs
Summer Youth Employment Programs
Youth Job Development
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SICKLE CELL COUNCIL OF NEW MEXICO,
INC.
7800 Marble Avenue NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(505) 254-9550 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.sicklecellnm.org
Victoria Jones, Executive Director
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SICKLE CELL COUNCIL OF NEW MEXICO, INC....
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides business technologies,
occupational technologies, and general education courses. Offers
Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), Associate of
Applied Sciences (AAS), Certificates of Completion, GED,
Workshops, Seminars, Practicums and Continuing Education in a
wide variety of subjects.
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides education and counseling services.
Also supporting individuals, and families who's lives are
affected by Sickle Cell conditions. Conducts blood sample
screening.
HOURS: MTWThF - 8AM to 4PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Sickle cell traits, sickle cell
anemia and G-6-P-D educational information. Provides
educational materials and loan of films to community
organizations, agencies, schools and businesses. Provides
updated information of the cause, prevention and treatment
of sickle cell anemia. Genetic counseling for anyone found to
have sickle cell trait or any of the other hemoglobin disorders.
Education and follow-up counseling for target populations at
risk for disease or trait.Conducts blood samples testing
programs to detect hemoglobin disorders. Coordinates
prenatal and newborn screening for New Mexico.
Services
Adult Education * Native American Community
Continuing Education * Native American Community
GED Instruction * Native American Community
Technical/Trade Schools * Native American
Community
SKYLINE THERAPY
1090 Mountain Valley Road
Edgewood, NM 87015
Services
Genetic Counseling
Sickle Cell Anemia Clinics
Sickle Cell Screening
(505) 281-1811 Svc/Intake and Admin
[email protected]
Ruth Dismuke-Blakely, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Outpatient Clinic For Hippotherapy
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides integrated rehabilitative
therapy services to persons with handicapping conditions as a
nationally recognized leader in the use of hippo therapy as a
treatment tool.
SILVER HORIZONS NEW MEXICO, INC.
1212 Candelaria Rd NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
(505) 884-3881 Svc/Intake and Admin
Hippotherapy--treatment with the use of horses'to generate
therapeutic benefits that address a variety of handicaps in children
and adults.
http://www.silverhorizons.org/
[email protected]
Lori Feibelman, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Funds senior services and champions senior
issues.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Silver Horizons New Mexico,
Inc. provides outstanding services and acts as a champion for
seniors, enriching the quality of life for individuals and the
community.
"Hippotherapy is not a new concept. It's been around for more
than 30 years," says Ruth Dismuke-Blakely, Skyline's founder and
owner. "We provide traditional outpatient therapy, incorporating
horses." Psychotherapy and physical, speech, language and
occupational therapy can all be administered with the help of
horses.
Most patients come to the Albuquerque facility by private referral
from public schools, rehabilitation hospitals and agencies like
Children, Youth and Families. "We're also an "old cowboy therapy
center," Dismuke-Blakely jokes. "Most hurt cowboys tend to find
their way here instead of staying in a hospital."
Services
Senior Advocacy Groups
Specialized Information and Referral * Older Adults
SIPI - SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN
POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
Services
Equestrian Therapy
Equestrian Therapy Volunteer Opportunities
Physical Therapy
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
9169 Coors Rd NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87120
(800) 586-7474 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.sipi.edu/
Dr. Sherry Allison, President
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of educational courses
and training programs in different occupational/technological
fields.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4:30 PM
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ministries that promote love and justice.
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
625 Silver SW
Suite 320
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
Services
Food Pantries
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
(505) 248-8225 Svc/Intake and Admin
Call for Information
http://www.sba.gov/localresources/district/nm/index.html
SOUTHEAST HIGHLAND FOOD PANTRY
John Woosley, Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides financial assistance and guidance
to individuals who want to start a small business.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Helps entrepreneurs form
successful small enterprises. Program offers financing,
training and advocacy for small firms. Business must be
independently owned and operated, not dominant within its
field and fall within size standards set by the SBA.
417 Palomas SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 256-1682 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving southeast
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
Services
Food Pantries
Services
Organizational Training Services
Small Business Development
SOUTHWEST BRANCH OF THE
INTERNATIONAL DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION
3915 Carlisle Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
SOUL PROVISIONS FOOD PANTRY
(505) 255-8234 Svc/Intake and Admin
222 Alvarado Dr. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
www.southwestida.com
[email protected]
(505) 804-9904 Svc/Intake and Admin
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Promotes public education and advocates on
issues related to the problems of individuals who may suffer from
the condition of dyslexia.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Focus on the diagnosis and treatment
of children and adults who have learning disabilities, dyslexia and
who have experienced difficulty in learning skills of language. Acts
as resource for educators, parents, dyslexic persons,
speech/language therapists, and literacy volunteers. Provides
information through conferences and multisensory training
workshops, provides scholarships, telephone hot line, video and
audio tape library, tutor and diagnostic referral service.
Marcia Lente
OVERVIEW: Food Pantry
HOURS: Call for Information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving northeast
and southeast Albuquerque. Call ahead, applicant need ID
and proof of income (or lack thereof.)
Services
Food Pantries
Services
SOUTH ALBUQUERQUE COOPERATIVE
MINISTRY (SACM) ST. ANDREWS
Learning Disabilities * Reading Disorder
Literacy Testing * Reading Disorder
Special Education Assessment * Reading Disorder
Tutoring Services * Reading Disorder
3905 Las Vegas SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
(505) 877-0632 Svc/Intake and Admin
[email protected]
Daniel Erdman, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Food pantry serving residents of the
Pajarito Mesa of SW Bernalillo County.
SERVICE SUMMARY: SACM seeks to strengthen the
mission of God's people through participating congregations
and the covenant partnerships by creative ecumenical
bilingual worship, joint educational efforts and the
exploration of unmet basic needs through specific mutual
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COLLABORATIVE MY COMMUNITY NM
SOUTHWEST SERVICES FOR THE DEAF,
INC.
1308 4th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
3301 R. Coors Rd NW
Ste 265
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 247-8559 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 440-3512 Svc/Intake and Admin - Voice and Text
(505) 255-7636 Service/Intake (Voice and TDD)
www.mycommunitynm.org
[email protected]
http://www.southwestdeafservices.com/index.html
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: Low income women's sewing cooperative
plus family support services.
HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: SCC operates a sewing
manufacturing business, and offers family support programs
such as health education, child development training and
community resource training to it's employees and larger
community.
David A. Sorensen, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Mental Health services for the deaf and hard of
hearing population.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Professional, confidential mental
health services for the deaf community. Consultative, referral and
educational services for the professional sector. Referrals to La
Familia therapeutic deaf group home for ages 15-20.
Services
Directory/Resource List Publication
Sewing Instruction
Services
Adolescent/Youth Counseling * Hard of Hearing
Bereavement Counseling * Hard of Hearing
Divorce Counseling * Hard of Hearing
Family Counseling * Hard of Hearing
Individual Counseling * Hard of Hearing
Public Awareness/Education
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SOUTHWEST NEIGHBORHOOD
HOUSING SERVICES
4605 4th St NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 243-5511 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.nhsofalb.org
[email protected]
SPANISH METRO SDA CHURCH
Robert Garcia, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: NHS of Alb. is a non-profit organization
that focus's on low to moderate income families. In
Rehab-loans, 1st mortgages, down payments, and closing cost
loans.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Owner Rehab Loans
341 Dallas NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 244-1611 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving northeast
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
First Time Homebuyer Loans
Down payment and Closing Cost Assistance
Services
Homebuyer Education
Food Pantries
Foreclosure Prevention Counseling
SPECIAL OLYMPICS NEW MEXICO
6600 Palomas NE
Suite 207
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109
(800) 371-5525 Statewide
(505) 856-0342 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
www.specialolympicsnewmexico.org
Homebuyer/Home Purchase Counseling
Housing Down Payment Loans/Grants
Low Income Home Loans
Mortgage Delinquency and Default Counseling
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Ms. Randy Mascorella, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides programs of sports training and the
conduct of competitive sports events for people with
developmental disabilities.
HOURS: MTWThF 7:30 AM to 5PM
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SPECIAL OLYMPICS NEW MEXICO...
SERVICE SUMMARY: A program of physical fitness,
recreation, training and competition for children and adults
with mental retardation or developmental disabilities.
Participants train and compete year-round in 14 different
sports. Call for eligibility. Athletes with mental disabilities and
physical limitations may also participate. A medical/media
release form signed by a parent or guardian is required for
each athlete who participates.
ST. JOHNS EPSICOPAL CATHEDRAL
318 Silver SW
Albuquerque, NM 87103
(505) 247-1581 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving residents of the
SW area of Albuquerque. Call for hours and information.
Services
Services
Automobile Donation Programs
Olympics/Olympics Style Competitions
Special Olympics
Wheelchair Sports
Food Pantries
ST. MARK'S IN THE VALLEY DAY SCHOOL
2913 Commercial NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
ST. FELIX PANTRY, INC.
(505) 344-7369 Svc/Intake and Admin
4020 Barbara Loop SE
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124-1021
www.stmarksinthevalley.org
(505) 891-8075 Svc/Intake and Admin
Victoria Pruitt, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides full day child care and education for
children ages 2-6.
HOURS: MTWThF 7AM to 5:00 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Nationally accredited child care and
licensed kindergarten facility, provides high quality full-day care
for children ages 2 to 6 in a private, non-profit, non-sectarian
center staffed by persons both qualified and experienced in early
childhood education. The aesthetic learning environment
integrates language, social, physical and cognitive development
with arts, music and the sciences. Breakfast, lunch and afternoon
snacks provided.
Sister Edna Esquibel
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides emergency food, clothing and
tutoring to those in need, depending on availability. $2.00 fee
for food assistance, clients may return after one week.
HOURS: MTWTHFSa 9 AM to Noon
SERVICE SUMMARY: The pantry serves people from
Rio Rancho and the surrounding areas. They provide food
and clothing as available. Clients should bring their own bags
or boxes in which to carry their items. There is a $2.00 fee
charged to offset fuel charges for their trucks. Clients may
return for more assistance after 1 week.
Services
Services
Food Pantries
General Clothing Provision
Child Care Centers
Early Childhood Education
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER PARISH
ST. MARTIN'S HOSPITALITY CENTER
1201 Third Street NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
820 Broadway Blvd. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 242-4399 Administrative
(505) 843-9405 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 243-5201 Svc/Intake and Admin
[email protected]
www.smhc-nm.org
Sister Bernice Garcia, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: St. Francis Xavier Parish provides a lunch
progam for the homeless.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Bag lunch program for the
homeless; we give a sandwhich, fruit, sweet snack and chips
on a daily basis.
Father Rusty Smith, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: SMHC is New Mexico's largest day shelter and
multi-program provider of services for homeless adults and
children.
HOURS: Hours of Operation:
Administration: from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM M-F
Shelter: from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM M-F
Service Offices: from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM M-F
Services
Sack Lunches/Dinners
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Call for Information
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ST. MARTIN'S HOSPITALITY CENTER...
Sites
ST. MARY REST HOME
205 Seventh St NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
1. DISMAS HOUSE NEW MEXICO
P.O. Box 27258
Albuquerque, NM 87125
(505) 243-5888 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 242-4399 Svc/Intake and Admin
Gloria Payton, RN, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Our mission is to create a loving home-like
community where people who care, minister to people who need
care.
SERVICE SUMMARY: St. Mary Rest Home is an assisted
living facility where caring for those who can no longer care for
themselves is a ministry and calling. As an assisted living facility
our residents receive the following services: three meals daily;
laundry service; assistance with medication; assistance with
showers and hygiene; activities; religious services. It is our desire
that every caregiver and all staff of St. Mary Rest Home approach
each day at work with a spirit of and dedication to respect, care,
responsibility, trustworthiness, fairness and a sense of citizenship
to our community. We strive to create and maintain a home-like
loving environment daily for our residents.
Rachel Blanton, LMSW, Program Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Assists motivated adults on
probation and parole to transition successfully into society.
Provides residents (1) a transitional home with a family
atmosphere and opportunities to interact with community
volunteers, (2) case management services, (3) a link to
community resources for housing, employment and recovery
and (4) life skills training.
Dismas House has the capacity to serve 26 residents (18 men
and 8 women) at a time.
Operates a thrift store, with proceeds benefiting clients of
Dismas House. 4515 Central SE (east of Washington)
Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 10AM to 4PM
Services
2. ST. MARTIN'S HOSPITALITY CENTER
1201 Third Street NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
Assisted Living Facilities
Respite Care
(505) 843-9405 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 242-4399 Administrative
ST. MICHAEL'S & ALL ANGELS FOOD
PANTRY
Father Rusty Smith, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Basic support services for
homeless people including showers, toiletries, rest rooms, hair
cuts, clothing exchange, nutritious meals, coffee, telephones,
mail and message, long and short term storages, job training,
substance abuse counseling, case management for mentally ill,
case management for families, job referrals, and on-site
entitlement workers. Also provides supportive housing for
homeless men who do not have any substance abuse or
mental problems and show a high degree of employability.
Provides access to day labor employment through the
Alliance Job Services
HOURS: Tues 9AM to 10AM.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a food box to individuals
and families in need. The primary focus is to serve the Northwest
Valley, but will not refuse service to others if food is available. The
pantry will attempt to provide food for up to 30 families on any
given week.
Services
Services
601 Montano Rd. NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
(505) 345-8147 Svc/Intake and Admin
[email protected]
Ex-Offender Halfway Houses * Males
Ex-Offender Halfway Houses * Women
SITE: 1
Food Pantries
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Alcohol Abuse Education/Prevention
Automobile Donation Programs
Bathing Facilities
Day Labor
General Clothing Provision
Homeless Drop In Centers
Personal/Grooming Supplies
Soup Kitchens
Substance Abuse Education/Prevention
Temporary Mailing Address
Transitional Housing/Shelter * Males
SITE: 2
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY
Call for Information
4120 Menual Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 346-1500 Svc/Intake and Admin
Chris Rucker, Operations Manager
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of services to individuals in
need, such as emergency assistance, thrift store, S. H.O.V.E.
program, collection of donated items.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 2:30 PM
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Sites
Offer caller a 30-minute consultation with an attorney for a
fee of $26.45. Attorney fees beyond the 30 minutes are negotiated
on an individual case basis between client and the attorney.
Referral attorneys are members of the State Bar, and are required
to carry malpractice insurance. All referrals are kept confidential.
Maintains information on legal services and other programs
throughout the state and nationwide. Services include referrals to
attorneys with other state licensing and to referral agencies
nationwide.
1. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY
4120 Menual Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 346-1500 Svc/Intake and Admin
Chris Rucker, Operations Manager
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides emergency financial
assistance for food, rent, utilities, and other reasonable
requests. A visit to the person's home is required to
determine the need for the assistance. Operates thrift store
which has a variety of used clothing, household goods, and
furniture. Call for store location. S.H.O.V.E. program is a
self-help program designed to provide emergency aid, job
counseling, job skills training, job search assistance,
counseling and referrals to other social service agencies.
Donated items can be picked up to be sold at low cost at the
thrift store. Pick-up of donated items please call 242-3434.
Services
Lawyer Referral Services
Legal Information Lines
STATE OF NEW MEXICO BERNALILLO
COUNTY METROPOLITAN COURT
401 Lomas NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
2. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY ESTANCIA
VALLEY CATHOLIC PARISH
3rd & Linden
Moriarty, NM 87035
(505) 841-9817 Self-Help Center
(505) 841-8151 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.metrocourt.state.nm.us
(505) 832-6655 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: The mission of the Bernalillo County
Metropolitan Court is to provide informed, fair and equal access
and adjudication of justice for the residents of Bernalillo County.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Services include:
DWI/Drug Courts
In-Custody Bonding
Jury
Mediation
Probation
Record Checks
Traffic Citations
Educational Services
Domestic Violence Early Intervention Program
Domestic Violence Repeat Offender Program
Mental Health Court
Homeless Court
Urban Native American Track
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides occasional utility
assistance and monthly food pantry. This is the contact
number for residents in Moriarity, Estancia, Tajique,
Edgewood and McIntosh.
Services
Baby Furniture
Donation Pickups
Food Pantries
Furniture/Home Furnishings Donation Programs
General Furniture Provision
Household Goods
Rent Payment Assistance
Thrift Shops
Utility Service Payment Assistance
SITES: 1 2
Services
Courts
Criminal Division of Provincial Court
DUI Offender Programs
Homeless Courts
Mental Health Courts
Multiple Offender DUI Programs
Small Claims Courts
Traffic/Parking Ticket Information/Advice
Traffic/Parking Violation Assistance
Tribal Courts
STATE BAR OF NEW MEXICO LAWYER
REFERRAL SERVICE
5121 Masthead NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109
(800) 876-6227 Service/Intake (Outside Albuquerque)
(505) 797-6066 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.nmbar.org
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides 30-minute consultations, case
management with an attorney for a fee of $26.45.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8:30 AM to 12PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Assists callers in determining the
nature of their legal problems and makes referrals to
appropriate agencies or attorneys in the area of law requested.
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STATE OF NEW MEXICO COMMISSION
FOR THE BLIND
1. NEW MEXICO TECHNOLOGY ASSISTANCE
PROGRAM NMTAP
435 St. Michael's Drive
Building D
SANTA FE, NM 87505
2200 Yale SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 841-8844 Svc/Intake and Admin
(888) 513-7958 800-Line
(800) 866-2253 800-Line
(505) 954-8539 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.cfb.state.nm.us/
Greg D. Trapp, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of services to blind
individuals so that blind people do not unnecessarily limit
their activities in society.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Services for people who are
legally blind or have been diagnosed as having an eye
condition which will lead to legal blindnessProgram of
vocational rehabilitation and other services for those legally
blind or severely impaired. Programs; teaching of Braille in
home, vocational evaluation, emergency medical eye care,
Employment Development Center, Older Blind Program.
Also offers several programs that provide learning and
assistance for blind individuals. Among these are; Summer
Transition to Employment Program S.T.E.P., Supported
Employment, and adaptive technology assistance. Blind
persons with a touch tone phone can contact NEWSLINE to
have the newspaper read to them daily. M-F 8am to 5 pm.
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Our mission is to help persons with
disabilities enhance their quality of life through the use of assistive
technology. To fulfill this mission, the NMTAP staff provides the
following services to New Mexicans with disabilities and their
families: Assistive Bank of Loanable Equipment(ABLE), Financial
Loan Program, Information & Referral, Training Services.
2. STATE OF NEW MEXICO DIVISION OF
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION (DVR)
5301 Central NE
Suite 1600
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(800) 224-7005 Client Assistance Program (Statewide)
(800) 432-5868 Disability Determination Services
(505) 827-3526 Santa Fe Office
(505) 841-6450 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides guidance and counseling,
medical diagnostic treatment services; vocational and academic
training; tools, equipment and licenses; and selective placement.
DVR services are open to eligible individuals who have a physical
or mental impairment which is a substantial impediment to
employment and for whom vocational rehabilitation services are
required to be competitive in seeking employment in an integrated
labor market.
Assistive Technology Information
Braille and Tactile Aids
Braille Instruction
Dog Guides
Eye Care
Job Search Resource Centers
Recordings for the Blind and Dyslexic
Retinitis Pigmentosa
Vocational Assessment
ALBUQUERQUE LOCATIONS:
San Mateo
5301 Central NE, Ste 1600
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108
505-841-6450
(866)526-0863 (Toll-Free)
STATE OF NEW MEXICO DIVISION OF
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION (DVR)
5301 Central NE
Suite 1600
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Lomas
111 Lomas Blvd NW, Suite 422
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 383-2500
(888) 818-3259 (Toll-Free)
(800) 224-7005 Client Assistance Program (Statewide)
(800) 432-5868 Disability Determination Services
(505) 827-3526 Santa Fe Office
(505) 841-6450 Svc/Intake and Admin
South Valley
1710 Rio Bravo, SW
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87105
505-877-7673
(888) 815-2981 (Toll-Free)
www.dvrgetsjobs.com
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides vocational rehabilitation services
on a state wide basis.
Quail
5205 Quail Rd, NW
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87120
505-836-1774
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(888) 818-3263 (Toll-Free)
STATE OF NEW MEXICO GOVERNOR'S
OFFICE
Room 400
Office of The Governor
490 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
3. STATE OF NEW MEXICO DIVISION OF
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION TORRANCE
COUNTY
(505) 269-0866 Service/Intake
(505) 476-2200 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Mission is to help individuals
with disabilities in the Torrance County area achieve suitable
employment opportunities.
http://www.governor.state.nm.us/
SUSANA MARTINEZ (R), Governor
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for, and is responsible for State
government operations. The Governor has the overall
responsibility for State government operations and is ultimately
answerable to the citizens of New Mexico.
SERVICE SUMMARY: From balancing our state budget to
reforming education, we have a lot of work to do together to
create a brighter future for New Mexico’s children and families.
As we enter the legislative session, I hope that our website will be
able to provide you with important information about my plans
and priorities for bringing bold change to state government and
improving the lives of New Mexicans.
4. STATE OF NEW MEXICO DIVISION OF
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION VALENCIA
COUNTY
911 Castillo Avenue
BELEN, NM 87002
(505) 864-1617 Administrative
(800) 901-7902 800-Line Belen Office
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides services to individuals
with physical or mental disabilities who require vocational
rehabilitation services in order to obtain employment.
Provides guidance and counseling, medical diagnostic
treatment services; vocational and academic training; tools,
equipment and licenses; selective placement. DVR services
are open to eligible individuals who have a physical or mental
impairment which is a substantial impediment to employment
and for whom vocational rehabilitation services are required
to competitive employment in an integrated labor market.
Services
Government Information Lines
Governor Offices
Public Officials Offices
5. STATE OF NEW MEXICO DIVISION OF
VOCATIONAL REHABILTATION SANDOVAL
COUNTY
3791 Southern Blvd. SE
Suite 210
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
STATE OF NEW MEXICO OFFICE OF THE
ATTORNEY GENERAL
111 Lomas Blvd.
Suite 300
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(505) 896-4500 Svc/Intake and Admin
(866) 585-5446 800-Line Sandoval Office
(800) 678-1508 800-Line (Consumer Advocate Line)
(505) 222-9000 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Mission is to help individuals
with disabilities in the Sandoval County area achieve suitable
employment opportunities
www.ago.state.nm.us
Gary King, Attorney General
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides consumer protection and education on
consumer issues pertaining to fraudulent practices.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
Services
Assistive Technology Equipment
Assistive Technology Information
Prevocational Training
Vocational Assessment
Vocational Centers
Vocational Education
Vocational Rehabilitation
SITES: 1 2 3 4 5
Sites
1. STATE OF NEW MEXICO OFFICE OF THE
ATTORNEY GENERAL
111 Lomas Blvd.
Suite 300
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
(800) 678-1508 800-Line (Consumer Advocate Line)
(505) 222-9000 Svc/Intake and Admin
Gary King, Attorney General
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides consumer protection and
education on issues in the State of New Mexico.
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Services
2. STATE OF NEW MEXICO OFFICE OF THE
ATTORNEY GENERAL CONSUMER
PROTECTION DIVISION
111 Lomas Blvd.
Suite 300
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
Baby Clothing
Baby Furniture
Food Pantries
General Clothing Provision
Personal/Grooming Supplies
Rent Payment Assistance
Rental Deposit Assistance
School Clothing
Utility Service Payment Assistance
(800) 678-1508 800-Line (Consumer Advocate Line)
(505) 222-9000 Administrative
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for the registration and
monitoring of charitable or non-profit organizations. Also
provides information and assistance to consumers in the areas
of consumer fraud and other questionable practices in the
public sector.
SUSAN'S LEGACY
6721 Academy Road NE
Suite A
Albuquerque, NM 87109
3. STATE OF NEW MEXICO OFFICE OF THE
ATTORNEY GENERAL MEDICAID FRAUD
CONTROL UNIT
111 Lomas Boulevard
Ste 300
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 843-8450 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 250-8851 Administrative
www.susanslegacy.org
[email protected]
(505) 222-9000 Administrative
Jenny Johnstone-Smith, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: To serve the needs of women with co-occurring
mental and addictive disorders.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Susan's Legacy provides permanent
supportive housing to homeless women with co-occurring mental
and addictive disorders. We focus on, but are not limited to,
women between the ages of 18 and 24, including those with young
children.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Investigation and prosecution of
medicaid and medicare who commit fraud and persons who
neglect, abuse or exploit persons in nursing homes, hospitals,
board and care facilites and Medicaid funded institutions.
Services
Consumer Assistance and Protection
Consumer Complaints
Consumer Education
Medicaid Appeals/Complaints
Medicaid Fraud Reporting
SITES: 1 2 3
Substance Abuse Counseling * Women
Transitional Housing/Shelter * Women *
Chronic/Severe Mental Illness
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
STOREHOUSE WEST
TALKING TALONS YOUTH LEADERSHIP
Services
1030 F. Veranda Drive
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
PO Box 2020
Tijeras, NM 87059
(505) 892-2077 Service/Intake
(505) 281-1133 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.storehousewest.org
[email protected]
www.talkingtalons.com
[email protected]
Jim Payne, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides food, hygiene supplies and
children's clothing for those in need. Also some help with
rent or utilities depending on funding availability.
HOURS: Mon & Fri 9AM to 1:30 PM / Wed 12PM to
4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Furnished to families and
individuals experiencing short term need which may include,
family crisis, out of work with no unemployment benefits,
welfare check lost or stolen or family waiting for first
employment check and regular assistance to those on TANF,
Food Stamps, Disability and low income Senior Citizens. Will
accept referrals from Human Care Services, churches and
schools. Albuquerque services are limited to Paradise Hills,
Taylor Rancho and some other areas west of the Rio Grande.
Laurie Wearne, Program Director
OVERVIEW: Intervention program focused on prevention
and youth development. Youth leadership training program that
emphasizes protection of wildlife, public speaking, natural
resource management, work ethics, and team building skills.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Talking Talons Youth Leadership is a
not-for-profit youth development organization that transforms
generations of environmental leaders through experiences with
nature.
We provide sanctuary to injured birds of prey and other animals,
rehabilitate them, and use them as teaching tools that build
knowledge, skills and attitudes in our youth.
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usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those with
complex tax situations.
Our youth leadership curriculum is nationally recognized and
is proven effective in enhancing the lives of its young
participants by instilling a sense of civic duty, providing a
mission that youth can believe in, and teaching skills that will
benefit a lifetime
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Services
Bird Protection/Conservation * Youth
Youth Community Service Programs
Youth Development
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
*All W-2 Forms
TAX HELP NEW MEXICO
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
1401 Basehart Rd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 224-4083 Svc/Intake and Admin
*Prior Year Tax Return.
http://cnm.edu/taxhelp
[email protected]
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
2. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO ACOMA PUEBLO
49 Pinsbaari Drive
Pueblo of Acoma, NM 87034
OVERVIEW:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
(505) 224-4828 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 552-6077 Svc/Intake and Admin
HOURS: Feb. 1 - April 15
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: 9am - 5pm
Wednesday: 9am - 7pm
Thursday: 9am - 7pm
Friday: 9am - 1pm
Saturday 9am - 3pm
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
Sites
1. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO
1401 Basehart Rd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 224-4083 Svc/Intake and Admin
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: What is Tax Help New Mexico?
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
*All W-2 Forms
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*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
4. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO CATHOLIC CHARITIES
506 West Highway 66
Gallup, NM 87301
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
*Prior Year Tax Return.
(505) 224-4828 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 722-4407 Ext. 100 Svc/Intake and Admin
Services Provided:
* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
3. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO AMERIND
502 Cedar Dr.
Bernalillo, NM 87004
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 404-5000 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those
with complex tax situations.
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the
state.
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
*Prior Year Tax Return.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification
Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents
or anyone else on your return.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
5. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO CLOVIS COMMUNITY
COLLEGE
417 Schepps Blvd.
Clovis, NM 88101
*Prior Year Tax Return.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(575) 769-4948 Svc/Intake and Admin
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Services Provided:
* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
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Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those
with complex tax situations.
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the
state.
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
*Prior Year Tax Return.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification
Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents
or anyone else on your return.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
7. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO CNM SOUTH VALLEY
CAMPUS
5816 Isleta Blvd SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
*Prior Year Tax Return.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 881-3869 Svc/Intake and Admin
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Services Provided:
* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
6. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO CNM MONTOYA
CAMPUS
4700 Morris Street NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 299-7289 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those
with complex tax situations.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the
state.
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
*Prior Year Tax Return.
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
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* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
8. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO CNM TAXATION AND
5301 Central Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 247-3671 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those
with complex tax situations.
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the
state.
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
*Prior Year Tax Return.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification
Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents
or anyone else on your return.
*All W-2 Forms
10. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO EASTERN NM
UNIVERSITY
#52 University Blvd
Roswell, NM 88203
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 575-624-7329
(575) 624-7329 Svc/Intake and Admin
*Prior Year Tax Return.
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Services Provided:
* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
9. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO CNM WESTSIDE
CAMPUS
10549 Universe Blvd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 224-5476 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 224-4829 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
What to Bring:
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To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification
Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents
or anyone else on your return.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
12. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO EASTERN PLAINS CAA
CLOVIS
1012 West Grand Avenue
Clovis, NM 88101
*Prior Year Tax Return.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(575) 763-4267 Svc/Intake and Admin
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Services Provided:
* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
11. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO EASTERN PLAINS
CAA- TUCUMCARI
210 West Center
Tucumcari, NM 88401
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(575) 461-1914 Ext. 150 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those
with complex tax situations.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the
state.
*Prior Year Tax Return.
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification
Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents
or anyone else on your return.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
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* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
13. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO EL GRITO HEAD
START
303 S Copper St
Silver City, NM 88061
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(575) 538-5459 Ext. 201 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those
with complex tax situations.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the
state.
*Prior Year Tax Return.
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification
Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents
or anyone else on your return.
15. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO LOS LUNAS HIGH
SCHOOL
1776 Emilio Lopez Road
Los Lunas, NM 87031
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 865-4646 Ext. 6088 Svc/Intake and Admin
*Prior Year Tax Return.
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
Services Provided:
* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
14. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO JAL CLINIC
805 West Kansas
Jal, NM 88252
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(575) 395-3400 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
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(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
*
*
*All W-2 Forms
17. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO NATIVE COMMUNITY
FINANCE
5 Capital Rd
Laguna, NM 87026
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
Electronic Filing of Returns
FAFSA Preparation
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 205-4376 Svc/Intake and Admin
*Prior Year Tax Return.
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Services Provided:
* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
16. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO LUNA COMMUNITY
366 Luna Dr
Las Vegas, NM 87701
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATIION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 454-5371 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those
with complex tax situations.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the
state.
*Prior Year Tax Return.
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification
Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents
or anyone else on your return.
18. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO NM STATE UNIVERSITY
1500 North Third Street
Grants, NM 87020
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 287-6646 Svc/Intake and Admin
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
SERVICE SUMMARY:
*Prior Year Tax Return.
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
Services Provided:
* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
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* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those
with complex tax situations.
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the
state.
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
*Prior Year Tax Return.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification
Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents
or anyone else on your return.
*All W-2 Forms
20. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO RAMAH
1285 BIA Rte 125 Suite B3
Pinehill, NM 87357
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 775-3061 Svc/Intake and Admin
*Prior Year Tax Return.
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Services Provided:
* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
19. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO NORTHERN
PUEBLOS HOUSING
5 West Gutierrez, Suite 10
Santa Fe, NM 87506
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 455-7973 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those
with complex tax situations.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the
state.
*Prior Year Tax Return.
What to Bring:
Services Provided:
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* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
21. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO SAN JUAN
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
4601 College Blvd Rm 1220
Farmington, NM 87402
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 566-3317 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those
with complex tax situations.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the
state.
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
*Prior Year Tax Return.
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification
Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents
or anyone else on your return.
23. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO UNM - VALENCIA
280 La Entrada
Los Lunas, NM 87031
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 925-8730 Svc/Intake and Admin
*Prior Year Tax Return.
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
Services Provided:
* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
22. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO ST. PETER
LUTHERN CHURCH
1302 W. Pierce Street
Carlsbad, NM 88220
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(575) 636-4751 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
What to Bring:
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To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification
Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents
or anyone else on your return.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
25. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO ZUNI HOUSING
AUTHORITY
01 Twin Buttes Road
Zuni, NM 87327
*Prior Year Tax Return.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(505) 782-4771 Svc/Intake and Admin
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
SERVICE SUMMARY:
Services Provided:
* Preparing Federal Tax Returns
* Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
* Electronic Filing of Returns
* FAFSA Preparation
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
24. TAX HELP NEW MEXICO WESTERN NM
UNIVERSITY
1000 West College Ave
Silver City, NM 88062
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM and the
United Way of Central New Mexico. The service usually opens in
February and runs until the last day to file taxes, typically April 15.
We may not be able to help those with complex tax situations.
(505) 224-4829 INFORMATION LINE - 505-224-4TAX
(575) 538-6637 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY:
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state.
What is Tax Help New Mexico?
Tax Help New Mexico offers free assistance in preparing and
filing income tax returns for New Mexico residents who:
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
* have an annual household income of less than $51,000
* are age 65 or older
* meet the qualifications for help
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification Number
(ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents or anyone else
on your return.
Tax Help is offered through a partnership between CNM
and the United Way of Central New Mexico. The service
usually opens in February and runs until the last day to file
taxes, typically April 15. We may not be able to help those
with complex tax situations.
*All W-2 Forms
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
Where to Go for Help:
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the
state.
*Prior Year Tax Return.
What to Bring:
To have your taxes prepared, you must present proper
documentation including, but not limited to:
Services Provided:
*
Preparing Federal Tax Returns
*
Preparing New Mexico Personal Income Tax Returns
*
Electronic Filing of Returns
*
FAFSA Preparation
*Social Security cards or Individual Tax Identification
Number (ITIN) for yourself, your spouse, your dependents
or anyone else on your return.
Services
*All W-2 Forms
Federal Income Tax Information
Online Tax Preparation/E-Filing Sites
Personal Finances/Tax Assistance Volunteer
Opportunities
State Income Tax Information
Tax Preparation Assistance
*All 1099 Forms (Miscellaneous, Interest, Dividends, etc.)
*All 1098 Forms (Mortgage and Tuition Statements)
*Prior Year Tax Return.
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SITES: 24 25
Services
Computer Distribution Programs * Children
General Clothing Provision * Women
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
TEEN CHALLENGE OF NEW MEXICO
PO Box 20610
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87154
(505) 281-8467 Svc/Intake and Admin
THE AIDS INFONET (INTERNET
INFORMATION ONLY)
http://www.teenchallengeofnewmexico.com/
[email protected]
PO Box 810
Arroyo Seco, NM 87514
Lin & Kathy Hall, Executive State Directors
OVERVIEW: Provides services for alcohol and drug
prevention through Christian Education training.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Christian based education and
training for young people experiencing life controlling
problems including substance abuse. Requires a 18 to 24
month commitment. Female residence in East mountain area
for ages 13 to 17.
www.aidsinfonet.org
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: The InfoNet provides information on
HIV/AIDS services and treatments easily accessible in both
English and Spanish for residents of New Mexico.
THIS IS AN INTERNET ONLY SOURCE OF
INFORMATION
SERVICE SUMMARY: About The AIDS InfoNet:
The AIDS InfoNet is a project of the New Mexico AIDS
Education and Training Center in the Infectious Diseases Division
of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. The
InfoNet was originally designed to make information on
HIV/AIDS services and treatments easily accessible in both
English and Spanish for residents of New Mexico. It has become
an international resource for information on HIV/AIDS.
Services
Faith Based Youth Programs
Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities
* Teenage Drug Abusers
TEMPLO EBENEZER FOOD PANTRY
7529 Isleta Road, SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
The information provided on this site is designed to support, not
replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor
and his/her existing health care providers.
(505) 328-6916 Svc/Intake and Admin
Pastor Feliciano Arquello
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: 6:30PM or 7PM Wednesday evenings
SERVICE SUMMARY: Clients can obtain a food box
before Wednesday evening church service, either 6:30PM or
7:00PM. New clients need to call ahead, and will need an ID
and proof of income (or lack thereof.)
Services
Internet Information Resources * AIDS/HIV
Services
Food Pantries
THE ARC OF NEW MEXICO
3655 Carlisle NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110-1644
THE ACT/ON SOCIETY, INC.
(505) 883-4630 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 358-6493 800-Line
6314 Edith NE
Ste B
Albuquerque, NM 87107
www.arcnm.org
(505) 344-4956 Svc/Intake and Admin
Randy Costales, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Advocates for persons with developmental
disabilities of all ages and their families.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 5PM
http://www.actonsociety.org/
[email protected]
Vernon Monteil, President
OVERVIEW: Helping people make their own way
economically. Focusing on at-risk single women and their
children.
HOURS: 10AM to 5:00PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: ACT/ON Society provides an
array of services designed to help women and children in
need of job readiness skills and mentoring.
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Sites
SERVICE SUMMARY: Treatment Foster Care (TFC) is a
program for children, youth, and their families whose special
needs can be met through services delivered through treatment by
foster parents who are trained, supervised, and supported by
agency staff. TFC serves youth from ages three to 18. The
purpose of TFC is to provide experiences and conditions that
enhance maturation, protect the child from further injury, and
correct problems that had previously blocked personality
developments, thereby helping the child to become personally and
socially responsible. TFC also promotes the completion of the
plan for permanency, whether it is to reunite the child with
biological parents or provide a family living situation pending
independent living or other appropriate placement.
1. SELF-ADVOCACY PROJECT-PEOPLE FIRST
3655 Carlisle NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110-1644
(505) 883-4630 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Teaches choice and
decision-making, provides leadership opportunities (members
serve on local and state boards), and promotes more control
over the policies that affect the lives of persons with
developmental disabilities.
2. THE ARC OF NEW MEXICO
3655 Carlisle NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110-1644
Services
Case/Care Management * Foster Children
Family Support Centers/Outreach * Foster Children
Foster Homes for Children with Disabilities
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
(505) 765-1975 Pick-Up Program
(505) 883-4630 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 358-6493 800-Line
Randy Costales, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: The mission of The Arc of New
Mexico is to improve the quality of life of individuals with
developmental disabilities by advocating for equal
opportunities and choices in where and how they learn, live,
work, play and socialize. The ARC of New Mexico promotes
healthy families, effective community support systems and
partnerships. The Arc of New Mexico provides public policy
and systems advocacy, empowerment and community
building and personal representation.
THE CDD CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT
AND DISABILTY
2300 Menual NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
(800) 552-8195 800-Line
(505) 272-8549 Svc/Intake and Admin - (Voice and TDD)
http://cdd.unm.edu/infonet
[email protected]
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides information and referral services for
persons with disabilities and prenatal information.
HOURS: MTWTHF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: The CDD Information Network
provides information to individuals with disabilities, families,
advocates, therapists, and case managers about service providers,
support groups, and other local, state, and national resources.
Our Resource Specialists work to connect individuals requesting
information to local, state, and national resources.
Services
Advocacy * Disabilities Issues
Developmental Disabilities
Donation Pickups
Guardianship Assistance
Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with
Disabilities
SITES: 1 2
Our specialists are knowledgeable about disability programs and
trained in identifying community resources. We have bilingual
staff available to assist callers. We can also connect callers with
other resources within the Center for Development and Disability
(CDD) and the Library and Information Network for the
Community (LINC) library.
THE BAIR FOUNDATION
6121 Indian School Road
Ste. 234
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 888-1362 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.bair.org
OVERVIEW: The mission of The Bair Foundation is to
provide Christ-centered, quality care, and services dedicated
to the treatment and empowerment of children, youth, and
families.
Services
Assistive Technology Information
Disease/Disability Information
Health Care Referrals
Prescription Expense Assistance
Referral to Physicians Accepting Medicaid
Specialized Information and Referral * Disabilities and
Health Conditions
OUR VISION
The vision of The Bair Foundation is to be the most sought
after, Christ-centered social services ministry for children,
youth, and families in North America.
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THE COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS
THE STOREHOUSE
(505) 294-1018 Svc/Intake and Admin
106 Broadway SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
www.compassionatefriends.org
[email protected]
(505) 842-6491 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: This is a mutual assistance self-help
organization offering friendship and understanding to
bereaved parents and siblings.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: The primary purpose is to assist
in the positive resolution of the grief experience upon the
death of a child, and to support the efforts of the bereaved
family members to achieve physical and emotional health.
The secondary purpose is to provide information and
education about bereaved parents and siblings. The objective
is to help those in their community, including family, friends,
employers, co-workers and professionals, to be supportive.
www.thestorehouseabq.org
[email protected]
Nina Johnson, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides clothing, household goods, and
emergency food for those in need.
HOURS: TWTHFS 9AM to 11AM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides used clothing free once
every two months to anyone who walks-in. Homeless persons
may receive clothing once a month. Provides used household
goods to low income persons. Donations of food, clothing
welcome. Operates food pantry.
Services
Services
Specialized Information and Referral * Bereaved
Individuals
Support Groups * Bereaved Parents
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Baby Clothing
Baby Furniture
Donation Drop Off Points
Food Pantries
General Clothing Provision
Household Goods
Household Goods Donation Programs
Maternity Clothing
Personal/Grooming Supplies
Pet Food * Older Adults
School Clothing
Utility Service Payment Assistance
THE NEW MEXICO COALITION FOR
LITERACY
3209 Mercantile Ct.,
Suite B
Santa Fe, NM 87507
(505) 892-3997 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 233-7587 800-Line
THE SUPPORTIVE HOUSING COALITION
OF NEW MEXICO, INC.
http://www.nmcl.org/
Heather Heunermund, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Literacy resources for adult students, tutors,
and program administrators.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The NMCL encourages and
supports community-based literacy programs and is the New
Mexico affiliate and coordinator for the national program of
ProLiteracy America, overseeing certification and
coordination of its volunteer, tutor trainers.
202 Central Avenue SE
Ste. 300
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 255-3643 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.thehousingcoalition.com
[email protected]
Paul Harper, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Information and Referral specific to housing
opportunities for individuals who suffer from mental illness.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Develop, own and manage a range of
housing options for individuals who suffer from severe mental
illness who are homeless and near homeless. Transitional and
permanent rental units available. Housing assistance/eviction
prevention funds available. To be eligible, clients must be referred
directly from a member agency of the Coalition.
Services
Adult Literacy Programs
English as a Second Language
GED Instruction
Literacy Programs
Literacy Volunteer Opportunities
Youth Literacy Programs
Services
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THE SUPPORTIVE HOUSING COALITION OF...
Housing Counseling
Housing Search and Information
Housing/Shelter * Chronic/Severe Mental Illness
Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing *
Chronic/Severe Mental Illness
Supportive Housing * Chronic/Severe Mental
Illness
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
4. TORRANCE COUNTY PROJECT OFFICE
1701 Old Routte 66
Moriarty, NM 87035
(505) 832-0332 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides information and referral,
family support, prenatal case management, home visitation, and
health advocacy services.
TORRANCE COUNTY GOVERNMENT
5. TORRANCE COUNTY SENIOR CENTERS
VARIOUS
NM
205 9th Street
ESTANCIA, NM 87016
(505) 384-5010 Estancia Senior Center
(505) 384-3064 McIntosh Senior Center
(505) 832-4425 Moriarty Senior Center
(505) 847-2885 Mountainair Senior Center
(505) 384-4097 Willard Senior Center
(505) 246-4725 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.torrancecountynm.org
OVERVIEW: Provides for planning, and implements all
programs by direction of the County Commission for the
citizens of Torrance County.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Torrance County Senior Centers:
Estancia
305 Highland
Estancia, NM 87016
(505) 384-5010
McIntosh
East Willow Lake Road A71
McIntosh, NM 87032
(505)384-3064
Moriarty
120 Roosevelt St.
Moriarty, NM 87035
(505)832-4425
Mountainair
107 North Summit Ave.
Mountainair, NM 87036
(505)847-2885
Willard
758 Dunlavy
Willard, NM 87063
(505)384-4097
Sites
1. MORIARTY PUBLIC HEALTH
1110 Old Route 66
MORIARTY, NM 87035
(505) 832-6782 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Immunizations, Basic Health
Counseling, HIV Testing, STD's, Birth Control/Family
Planning TB Testing & prescriptions, WIC, Epidemology
Investigation and prescriptions.
2. TORRANCE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
301 S. 8th Street
ESTANCIA, NM 87016
(505) 384-2351 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for the immunization of
children ages 8 weeks and older. Also provides screening and
detection services for hypertension, heart/chest problems,
diabetes, common cancers, weight management, and smoking
cessation assistance. Sexually transmitted disease clinic at
Bernalillo County office in Albuquerque. Walk-ins accepted,
everyone eligible, and all information taken is confidential.
Services
Family Based Services
Individual and Family Support Services
SITE: 4
3. TORRANCE COUNTY GOVERNMENT
205 9th Street
ESTANCIA, NM 87016
Family Planning
Parenting Education
SITES: 1 2
(505) 246-4725 Svc/Intake and Admin
Community Clinics
General Medical Care
Health Care
Health Care Referrals
Health Education
Health Screening/Diagnostic Services
Immunizations
Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening
SITES: 1 2
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for planning, responds
to and implements policy dictates, and carries out all
governmental programs as required by the County
Commission for the citizens of Torrance County.
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Bernalillo's commitment to providing excellent service to its
residents, its progressive attitude, and its smalltown charm. So,
welcome to The Town of Bernalillo.
Government Information Lines
Health Care
Public Officials Offices
SITES: 2 3
Services
Case/Care Management * Frail Elderly
Case/Care Management * Older Adults
Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites
Friendly Visiting * Frail Elderly
Home Delivered Meals
Senior Advocacy Groups
Senior Centers
Senior Ride Programs
SITE: 5
Government Information Lines
Law Enforcement Services
Public Officials Offices
TOWN OF ESTANCIA
517 Williams Avenue
ESTANCIA, NM 87016
(505) 384-2708 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.townofestancia.com/
TOURETTE SYNDROME ASSOCIATION
NEW MEXICO CHAPTER
Ted Barela, Mayor
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of general government
services.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for the general welfare of
the citizens of Estancia by offering typical and various
governmental services to those citizens.
42-40 Bell Boulevard
Bayside, NY 11361
(505) 864-6035 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.tsanm.org/
[email protected]
Services
OVERVIEW: Tourette Syndrome Association-New
Mexico Chapter is a statewide organization affiliated with the
National Tourette Syndrome Association, Inc. The chapter
seeks to educate the public about Tourette Syndrome
Association, Inc. The chapter seeks to educate the public
about Tourette Syndrome (TS) and to inform and support
those affected with TS.
HOURS: Varies- Call for hours
SERVICE SUMMARY: Tourette Syndrome
Association-New Mexico Chapter serves those affected with
Tourette Syndrome (TS) and their families by providing
information, access to resources and caring support. we also
are working to create public awarenenss of TS and it's
manifestations, to promote early diagnosis, understanding and
appropriate responses.
Government Information Lines
Law Enforcement Services
Public Officials Offices
TOYS FOR TOTS
(505) 256-2070 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.toysfortots.com
OVERVIEW:
Toys for needy children under the age of 12.
To make a toy donation visit www.toysfortots.com
SERVICE SUMMARY: Toys for needy children under the age
of 12.
Services
To make a toy donation visit www.toysfortots.com
Disease/Disability Information * Tourette's
Syndrome
Families and Individuals Needing Support *
Tourette's Syndrome
Public Awareness/Education * Tourette's
Syndrome
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Services
Holiday Gifts/Toys
Toy/Game Donation Programs
TOYS FOR TOTS
TOWN OF BERNALILLO
BERNALILL0, NM
(505) 867-3311 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.townofbernalillo.org/
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides normal city services under the
authority of the city council and the direction of the city
mayor for the Town of Bernalillo.
SERVICE SUMMARY: We hope to convey the Town of
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Sites
TRANSITIONAL LIVING SERVICES, INC.
5601 Domingo Rd NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
Services
(505) 268-5295 Svc/Intake and Admin
TRANSGENDER RESOURCE CENTER OF
NEW MEXICO
www.tls-nm.org
[email protected]
4100 Silver Ave SE
Ste. E
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Barbara L. Smith, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Assist people with severe disabling mental illness
to live in an independent manner.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: T.L.S. is a member of the
Consortium, Inc., a network of behavioral health service
providers. Our mission is to provide the highest possible quality of
care to adults, and families living in Central N.M. in a integrated,
cost effective way. T.L.S. provides 24 hour supervised residential
services, training in independent living skills and case management
services to adults with severely disabling mental illness. Case
management provided each week to residents renting apartments
from TLS.Offers case management services to adults living in
their own or TLS apartments. Emotional support is provided by
peer workers who have also been diagnosed as having a severely
disabling mental illness. Peer workers provide assistance with
appointments and errands as needed.Financial management, crisis
intervention and recreational activities available to clients of all
programs.
(505) 440-3402 Svc/Intake and Admin
www/tgrcnm.org
[email protected]
Adrien Lawyer, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: TGRCNM is dedicated to serving the
transgender communities of the state of New Mexico and
exists as a clearing house for resources which can support,
assist, educate, and advocate for the transgender population
of this state and their families.
SERVICE SUMMARY: TGRCNM offers drop in
services (snack, place to rest, someone to talk to, a safe place
to be yourself); computer usage and training; a lending library;
support groups; free (no blood) HIV testing; syringe
exchange; youth programming; an open donation closet for
folks who need clothes, binders and other items; informal
case management; and help, information and referrals on
name change, medical care and more for the transgender and
gender variant people of Albuquerque and their loved ones.
TGRCNM also engages the communities with social events
and partners with many organizations and agencies all around
the state to make New Mexico a better place. We have free
counseling with volunteer therapists, and we intend to be
developing more resources around housing and employment
in the next year. Our drop-in center is open Monday through
Thursday from 1:00 - 6:00 p.m.
*MESA HOUSE: Supervised living for clients who cannot live
independently. Long-term, unlimited supportive living. 11 units.
*HUDSON HOUSE: Supervised living for clients with both
mental illness & addictive complications. Daily program and
required participation. 24 month maximum stay. 8 units.
*GRAY HOUSE & JOLLY HOUSE: Psychosocial rehabilitation
program in structured group home setting. 18 month maximum
stay. 8 units each home.
*SEMI-INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM (SILP):
Unsupervised, shared apartment program with weekly programs.
24 month maximum stay. 14 units.
*INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM (ILP) Concha
Apartments Unsupervised-sliding scale rent. 11 units.
*SHELTER PLUS CARE (S+C): Unsupervised-sliding scale rent
+ weekly program. 28 units.
TGRCNM and its Speakers Bureau also offer exceptional
training on transgender lives and issues for ANY class or
workplace or group that will have us in to teach them.
We also do advocacy for individuals and for the transgender
communities of New Mexico in many varied settings.
Call for support group meeting times.
Services
Centers for Independent Living * Mental
Illness/Emotional Disabilities
Group Residences for Adults with Disabilities * Mental
Illness/Emotional Disabilities
Semi-Independent Living Residences for Adults with
Disabilities * Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities
Supported Living Services for Adults with Disabilities
* Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities
Services
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender Advocacy
Groups
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender Community
Centers
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender Support
Groups
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UNITED BLOOD SERVICES
UNITED SOUTH BROADWAY
1515 University Blvd. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
1500 Walter Street SE
Albuquerque, NM 87102-8712
(800) 333-8037 800-Line
(505) 843-6227 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 764-8867 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.unitedsouthbroadway.org
[email protected]
www.unitedbloodservices.org
OVERVIEW: United South Broadway is a non-profit
Community Development Corporation that works within older
historic neighborhoods of Albuquerque to address affordable
housing opportunities.
SERVICE SUMMARY: USBC programs include: Project
Change, Youth Programs, ARTI, Neighborhood Revitalization,
Housing Counseling.
Elizabeth Waltman, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for the collection of blood from
volunteer donors and the distribution of that blood to user
agencies.
HOURS: Call for information
Sites
Services
1. UNITED BLOOD SERVICES
1515 University Blvd. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102
Homebuyer/Home Purchase Counseling
Housing Counseling
Housing Search and Information
Mortgage Delinquency and Default Resolution
Counseling
(800) 333-8037 800-Line
(505) 843-6227 Svc/Intake and Admin
Elizabeth Waltman, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a link between
volunteer blood donors and patients who require transfusion
therapy. All blood donors give on a voluntary basis. Donors
must be age 18 (17 with parental permission), weigh at least
110 pounds, and have waited at least 8 weeks since last blood
donation. Persons with certain physical problems cannot
donate. Charge to hospital patients reflect cost for drawing,
processing and distribution of blood. Donation may be made
by appointment or walk-in; Autologous blood donations
require a doctor's referral.
UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP &
IMMIGRATION SERVICES
1720 Randolph Rd. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(800) 375-5283 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides immigration and naturalization services.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Controls entry into, residents in and
departure by all who are not U.S. citizens. Applications for
eligibility for citizenship. Those seeking assistance with
immigration issues should go to the INS office on Gold Ave. and
talk with a counselor.
2. UNITED BLOOD SERVICES RIO RANCHO
2003 Southern Blvd. SE
Ste 122
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
(505) 246-1458 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: The new location has more
donors beds and interview booths and is roomier for donors.
Additionally, new technoloy allows for donors to
simultaneoulsy donate multiple blood products such as
platelets, plasma, and red blood cells. Prior to the move, only
one type of blood product could be drawn. Donors are asked
to inquire about this type of donation.
Services
Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices
Citizenship Application Forms
Immigrant Benefits Assistance
Immigrant Legalization/Registry
Immigration Application Forms
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
JUSTICE
Services
Blood Banks
SITES: 1 2
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530
(202) 514-2000 Organization Central Operator
www.justice.gov
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: To enforce the law and defend the interests of
the United States according to the law; to ensure public safety
against threats foreign and domestic; to provide federal leadership
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE...
in preventing and controlling crime; to seek just punishment for
those guilty of unlawful behavior; and to ensure fair and
impartial administration of justice for all Americans.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The U.S. Department of Justice
provides information about the Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA) through a toll-free ADA Information Line. This
service permits businesses, State and local governments, or
others to call and ask questions about general or specific
ADA requirements including questions about the ADA
Standards for Accessible Design.
ADA specialists are available Monday through Friday from
9:30 AM until 5:30 PM (eastern time) except on Thursday
when the hours are 12:30 PM until 5:30 PM.
Spanish language service is also available.
For general ADA information, answers to specific technical
questions, free ADA materials, or information about filing a
complaint, call:
Services
2. NEW MEXICO VA HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
1501 San Pedro SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
(505) 265-1711 Service/Intake
(800) 465-8262 800-Line
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Albuquerque VA Medical Center
is a Level 1 tertiary referral center, comprised of 246 authorized
beds and 211 operating beds. This includes a 20 bed Spinal Cord
Injury Center, as well as a 36 bed Geriatrics/Extended Care Unit.
The facility is the site of the historic joint venture between the VA
and the US Air Force. This model is unique within the VA system
and provides admitting privileges to Air Force physicians. Other
special program highlights include magnetic source imaging,
cooperative studies program clinical research pharmacy
coordinating center and Gulf War illness research project. The
medical center also maintains a major affiliation with the
University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
3. NEW MEXICO VETERANS' SERVICE COMMISSION
(505) 827-6300 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 827-1000 Svc/Intake and Admin
Crime Prevention
Crime Reporting
Criminal Justice and Legal Services
Hate Crimes Prevention
Offender Registration/Community Notification
Prisoner Locator Services
Public Safety
SERVICE SUMMARY: On a statewide basis, provides
community-service programs that helps ensure all New Mexico
veterans and their families receive the benefits and services to
which they are entitled. Also provides information on laws and
regulations that affect veterans. Call for statewide service
information.
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
VETERANS AFFAIRS
4. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS
AFFAIRS
Dennis Chavez Federal Building
500 Gold Avenue SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Dennis Chavez Federal Building
500 Gold Avenue SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 248-6721 Service/Intake
(800) 273-8255 Crisis Line
(800) 827-1000 800-Line
(800) 273-8255 Crisis Line
(800) 827-1000 800-Line
http://www1.va.gov/directory/guide/state.
asp?State=NM&dnum=ALL
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides compensation payments to
veterans/survivors for service-connected disabilities/death.
Pension payments to wartime veterans/survivors for non-service
connected total disability/deaths. Burial allowance for those
wartime veterans who are receiving compensation or pension, or
who died in a VA hospital, Home loan guaranty benefits for
eligible veterans. Also provides education benefits payable to
eligible veterans and dependents while pursuing education.
Administers U.S. Government Life Insurance and National Life
Insurance programs for insured veterans and their beneficiaries.
All services are available to veterans, military personnel,
beneficiaries of veterans who died in wartime service. Eligibility
for benefits determined after an application and related documents
are reviewed.
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: The mission of the Department of Veterans
Services is to assist veterans, widows and children of veterans
in establishing the privileges to which they are entitled.
Sites
1. ALBUQUERQUE VET CENTER
1600 Mountain Road NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87104
(505) 346-6562 Svc/Intake and Admin
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides counseling services for
individuals, groups, families, and couples. Program covers
crisis intervention, employment , VA benefits, education and
referrals to other local agencies. Contracts to private
providers in eastern and southern New Mexico.
Services
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benefits to eligible dependents of deceased workers, monthly
cash benefits to persons ages 65+ whose income is under the
allowable limit, and to blind and persons with disabilities,
Medicare Part A-Hospital, skilled nursing facility, home health
care and hospice insurance (Coverage limited to persons who are
disabled and to persons ages 65+ who receive social security),
Medicare Part B- provides insurance for non-hospital health care
(Limited to persons ages 65+ and persons with disabilities who
elect to pay the premium).
Hospitals * Veterans
Veteran Benefits Assistance
Veteran Burial Benefits
Veteran Disability Compensation Benefits
Veteran Education Benefits
Veteran Life Insurance
Veteran Pensions
Veteran Reintegration Counseling
Veteran/Military Health Insurance
Veterans Affairs Medical Centers
SITES: 1 2 3 4
SERVICE SUMMARY: U.S. Social Security Administration
oversees application and distribution of SSI, Medicare, Disability
Benefits and Retirement benefits.
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND
URBAN DEVELOPMENT
Call or go online to:
Toll free: (800)772-1213
500 Gold Avenue SW
Ste 7301
Albuquerque, NM 87102
TTY: (800)325-0778
http: //www.ssa.gov/
(505) 346-6463 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 955-2232 800-Line
Services
www.hud.gov
[email protected]
Retirement Benefits
Social Security Disability Insurance
Social Security Disability Insurance
Appeals/Complaints
Social Security Retirement Benefits
Social Security Survivors Insurance
SSI
SSI Appeals/Complaints
SSI Applications
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides subsidized payments for rent
under the Section 8 Rent Supplement programs.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: HUD makes payments to owners
of approved multifamily housing rental projects to
supplement the partial rental payments of eligible tenants.
The subsidized housing is covered under various sections of
the Federal Housing Act. Income and assets must fall within
limitations set by HUD/FHA. Call HUD Office for list of
projects and check individual projects for specific
information. All have waiting lists. Make application with
the resident managers. For other low rent housing see
separate directory listing for the Albuquerque Housing
Division and the Bernalillo County Housing Authority.
UNITED WAY 2-1-1 LINE - CLOVIS
Clovis, NM 88102
(575) 935-0211 Svc/Intake and Admin
Call 2-1-1 Toll Free 2-1-1
www.unitedwayenm.org
[email protected]
Services
Housing Authorities
Housing Complaints
Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing
Subsidized Housing Administrative Organizations
OVERVIEW: 2-1-1 information and referral service Curry and
Roosevelt counties.
SERVICE SUMMARY: 2-1-1 provides free and confidential
information and referral. Call 2-1-1 for help with food, housing,
employment, health care, counseling and more.
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Services
211 Lead Agencies
Comprehensive Information and Referral
Internet Information Resources
4300 Cutler NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(800) 772-1213 800-Line
www.ssa.gov
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Oversees administration of monthly cash
benefits for persons with mental or physical disabilities and
their dependents, monthly cash benefits to eligible retired
workers and to their eligible dependents, monthly cash
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UNITED WAY 2-1-1 REFERRAL
HELPLINE - HOBBS
(575) 393-8203 Svc/Intake and Admin
Call 2-1-1 Toll Free 2-1-1
* UNITED WAY 2-1-1 Information and Referral: Serves as a
source of information and referral for people seeking specific
health, welfare, and related human services. Maintains an
up-to-date information database on human care service programs,
organizations and support groups. Operates the information and
referral hotline 245-1735 or 2-1-1 (Toll Free three digit number
for Information and Referral)
www.unitedwayofleacounty.org
[email protected]
* Corporate Volunteer Council (CVC): Works with local
business to increase volunteering among employees.
Windstream Building
320 N. Shipp
Ste. B
Hobbs, NM 88240-5753
OVERVIEW: 2-1-1 information and referral service for
Lea County, New Mexico.
SERVICE SUMMARY: 2-1-1 provides free and
confidential information and referral. Call 2-1-1 for help with
food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more.
*The Center for Nonprofit Excellence: is a resource center
designed to enhance the capacity and sustainability of nonprofits
in our community. Through trainings, crisis response modules,
seminars, referrals, and consulting services the Center serves the
nonprofit sector of Bernalillo, Sandoval, Torrance and Valencia
counties.
Services
211 Lead Agencies
Comprehensive Information and Referral
Internet Information Resources
* Annual Campaign: Conducts an annual fund-raising drive
among company employee groups and individuals from Bernalillo,
Sandoval, Torrance, and Valencia counties.
* Community Services: Coordinates community services
activities between the AFL-CIO and United Way.
UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL NEW
MEXICO
* Free online Community Service Database: list non-profit
human service providers serving the four county of Central New
Mexico. www.uwcnm.org/help
2340 Alamo SE
Second Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 245-1735 Information & Referral
Call 2-1-1 Toll Free (United Way 211 Office)
(505) 247-3671 Svc/Intake and Admin
Call 2-1-1 Toll Free (United Way 2-1-1 Office)
www.uwcnm.org
Services
Ed Rivera, President
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides for community collaboration in
the areas of human services, conducts a campaign to raise
funds to aid in funding programs for human care and
assistance, and provides information and referral services to
the community.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: United Way of Central New
Mexico identifies local health & human care issues through
collaborative methods. This information is used to make
community allocation decisions. United Way of Central New
Mexico was founded in 1934 as the Albuquerque Community
Chest. It has operated since that time as an organization run
by local volunteers whose purpose is to build a stronger
community through the efforts of a diverse group of
volunteers and donors.
211 Lead Agencies
Charities/Foundations/Funding Organizations
Comprehensive Information and Referral
Directory/Resource List Publication
Fund Disbursement/Allocations Assistance
Fundraising Campaigns
Internet Information Resources
Tax Preparation Assistance * Information and Referral
Volunteer Opportunities
UNITED WAY(S) OF NEW MEXICO
2nd Floor
Statewide United Ways
2340 Alamo SE,
Albuquerque, NM 87106
United Way exists to “Help Those Most Vulnerable.” It’s the
best way to set a human care agenda for our community and
work together to carry it out. By encouraging individual
donors to designate all or some of their contributions to
United Way's Community Fund and by encouraging
corporations to give, we as a community come together for
the common good.
(000) 000-0000 Check individual UW's for contact information
OVERVIEW: Provides for community collaboration in the
areas of human services.
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Sites
1. NAVAJO UNITED WAY, INC
Window Rock, AZ 86515
9. UNITED WAY OF OTERO COUNTY
P.O. Box 14
Alamogordo, NM 88311
(928) 871-6661 Svc/Intake and Admin
(575) 437-8400 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Navajo United Way, Inc. is the
United Way for the Navajo Nation. It is based on the Navajo
Nation, incorporated in the states of Arizona and New
Mexico. Monetary and technical assistance support are
provided to non-profit human care organizations rendering
services to Navajo Nation residents
10. UNITED WAY OF SANTA FE COUNTY, INC.
440 Cerrillos Road
Ste A
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 216-2976 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 982-2002 Svc/Intake and Admin
2. NORTH EDDY COUNTY UNITED WAY
PO Box 990
Artesia, NM 88210
Katherine Freeman, President
11. UNITED WAY OF SOUTHWEST NEW MEXICO
PO Box 1347
Las Cruces, NM 88004
(575) 302-2702 Svc/Intake and Admin
3. SAN JUAN UNITED WAY
PO Box 323
Farmington, NM 87499
(575) 524-7561 Svc/Intake and Admin
12. UNITED WAY(S) OF NEW MEXICO
Statewide United Ways
2340 Alamo SE,
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 326-4357 HELPLINE
(505) 326-1195 Svc/Intake and Admin
4. UNITED WAY OF CARSLBAD AND SOUTH
EDDY COUNTY
PO Box EE
Carlsbad, NM 88221
(000) 000-0000 Check individual UW's for contact information
Services
(575) 887-3504 Svc/Intake and Admin
Charity Information
Fundraising and Resource Development Support
Fundraising Campaigns
Public Awareness/Education
SITES: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
5. UNITED WAY OF CHAVEZ COUNTY
Roswell, NM 88202
(575) 622-4150 Svc/Intake and Admin
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO - UNM
6. UNITED WAY OF EASTERN NEW MEXICO
Clovis, NM 88102
University Hill NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87131
(575) 769-2103 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 277-0111 Svc/Intake and Admin - Main Switchboard
www.unm.edu
7. UNITED WAY OF LEA COUNTY, INC.
320 N. Shipp
Ste. B
Hobbs, NM 88240
Dr. David J. Schmidly, President
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Founded in 1889, the University of New Mexico
now occupies 600 acres along old Route 66 in the heart of
Albuquerque, a city of more than 700,000 people. UNM offers a
unique campus environment with a Pueblo Revival architectural
theme that echoes the buildings of the nearby Pueblo Indian
villages.
(___) 211-____ Information & Referral
(575) 397-2203 Svc/Intake and Admin
8. UNITED WAY OF NORTHERN NEW MEXICO
1200 Trinity Drive
Ste, 418 & 419
Los Alamos, NM 87544
Under the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher
Education, UNM is designated Doctoral/Research
Universities—Extensive. Institutions with this classification
typically offer a wide range of baccalaureate programs, are
committed to graduate education through the doctorate and
awarded 50 or more doctoral degrees per year across at least 15
disciplines.
(505) 662-0800 Svc/Intake and Admin
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UNM’s main and branch campuses offer 210 certificate and
degree programs, with 93 bachelor’s degrees, 68 master’s
degrees and 37 doctoral programs. Additionally, there are
three first-professional programs – in law, medicine and
pharmacy – as well as five education specialist certificates,
one undergraduate certificate program and two associate
degree programs. Through the Evening and Weekend Degree
Program, nearly 40 complete degree programs are available
with approximately 1,000 classes offered each semester after
4 p.m. or on weekends. About 12,000 non-traditional,
working students attend UNM at night each semester.
in talking with one of our qualified staff members at UNM
about child development, health or child care
Training & Technical Assistance Centers:
Information to assist you in finding quality child care for your
children.
Internet Information and Search Database: Allows for parents to
search for child care providers based on 3 different queries:
1) Zip Code Search
2) Detail Specific Search
3) Mario's Child Care Registry
Several UNM programs consistently rank among the best
nationwide. For the 11th consecutive year, U.S. News &
World Report graduate school rankings place two UNM
School of Medicine programs in the top ten – rural medicine
and family medicine. Pharmacy and occupational therapy also
made the rankings, while clinical law was ranked 8th
nationally. Engineering and mechanical engineering also made
the list.
3. NEW MEXICO POISON AND DRUG INFORMATION
CENTER
MSC09 5080
1 University of New Mexico
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87131-1076
(800) 222-1222 800-Line
(505) 272-2222 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 272-4261 Administrative
The Health Sciences Center is the state's largest integrated
health care treatment, research and education organization.
Among the university's outstanding research units are the
High Performance Computing Center, Cancer Center, New
Mexico Engineering Research Institute, Center for High
Technology Materials, Design Planning Assistance Center,
Environmental Law and Policy and the Center for
Non-Invasive Diagnosis.
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The New Mexico Poison and Drug
Information Center is dedicated to the prevention and treatment
of poisoning in New Mexico. The Center is available to the public
and health care professionals 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
Expert staff assess and makes treatment recommendations during
possible poisonings, and assist emergency personnel during
hazardous material incidents.
Sites
1. ACL TEEN CENTERS-UNMHSC/UNM
FOUNDATION
2703 Frontier NE
RIB 120
Albuquerque, NM 87131
4. UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO - UNM
University Hill NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87131
(505) 277-0111 Svc/Intake and Admin - Main Switchboard
(505) 272-4462 Svc/Intake and Admin
Dr. David J. Schmidly, President
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides extensive educational
programs for undergraduate, graduate, professional, and adult
continuing education.
SERVICE SUMMARY: The mission of the ACLTCs
school-based health centers (SBHCs) is to provide clinical,
counseling, health education, preventive and health
promotional opportunities for students in school settings and
teenagers in rural communities.
5. UNM ADDICTION AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE
PROGRAM, ASAP
2450 Alamo SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
2. NEW MEXICO KIDS CHILD CARE RESOURCE
AND REFERRAL
1634 University Boulevard
Albuquerque, NM 87131
(505) 925-2400 Svc/Intake and Admin
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of services to
persons with alcohol and drug dependence problems. Central
intake unit provides assessment, screening, and referral to any
treatment facility. Outpatient Detoxification monitors patient's
progress and medication daily. Intensive day treatment provides
up to six hours a day of structured education and therapy.
Outpatient services provide individual and family counseling,
education, referral and follow-up services. Adolescent unit treats
youths between ages of 14 and 21. Women's program provides
specialized programs for women including education and
(505) 277-7900 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 691-9067 800-Line
SERVICE SUMMARY: New Mexico Kids:
Provides programs that support networking, information and
resource awareness and access, and technical assistance for
child care professionals, parents and health educators.
New Mexico Kids Warm line:
A free service for parents or child care providers interested
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individual / group counseling. Early morning and late evening
counseling is available by appointment. Pharmacy services,
child care, and job finding workshops/skills are available to
active clients.
8. UNM CARE PROGRAM
2211 Lomas Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 272-2521 Svc/Intake and Admin
6. UNM AGORA CRISIS CENTER
1716 Las Lomas
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87131
SERVICE SUMMARY: UNM Care Program is a healthcare
assistance program that provides quality medical care to qualified
Bernalillo County residents. This is a special medical assistance
program developed for financially eligible Bernalillo County
residents. Health services under this program are available at
UNM Hospital and our new network of community partners
including: First Choice Community Health, First Nations
Community Healthsource, and Healthcare for the Homeless.
(505) 277-3013 Service/Intake
(866) 435-7166 (866)HELP-1-NM
Toll Free 24hr Suicide Line
Molly Brock, Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Agora: UNM Crisis Center
provides free, compassionate and confidential help to anyone
in need of emotional support. Services include phone or
walk-in crisis intervention and listening; referrals to
community organizations, services or therapists; and
educational opportunities for volunteers.
This program is available to patients who live in Bernalillo County
for at least 90 days and meet income, asset and other program
guidelines.
Please call 272-2521 for an appointment to apply.
7. UNM CANCER CENTER
900 Camino de Salud NE
1 University Of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
At your appointment you will need to bring:
• Proof of Residency (example: utility bill, rental
agreement, mortgage statement)*
• Proof of Income (example: check stub, income taxes)
• Identification (example: government issued ID,
driver’s license, passport)
• Names, dates of birth and social security numbers of
household members
• Bank statement (if any)
• Please bring your original birth certificate
(if available)**
* Proof of residency must be in the applicant’s name
** If you do not have an original or certified copy of your
birth certificate, please call New Mexico Vital Records at
(505) 841-4185.
(800) 432-6806 800-Line
(505) 272-4946 Service/Intake
(505) 242-1222 Comadre a Comadre
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides complete Cancer
diagnostic and treatment services, second opinions and
follow-up care for individuals with Cancer history. Also
provides counseling, social services, patient and family
education and nutritional counseling.
Operates clinical research programs with over 200
investigational treatments for patients unresponsive to
conventional therapies. A national referral center for high
dose chemotherapy and molecular diagnostic technology.
Specializes in breast Cancer, New Mexico's only Cancer
center formally recognized by the National Cancer Institute.
Provides for a speakers bureau and offers periodic
professional and public educational programs.
9. UNM CARRIE TINGLEY HOSPITAL
2211 Lomas Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87131
(505) 272-5355 Svc/Intake and Admin
Also operates Comadre a Comadre: A project culturally
based, providing one-on-one peer support intervention for
Hispanic women newly diagnosed with breast cancer and
their families.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides in-patient medical care
which includes surgery, nursing, physical therapy, occupational
therapy, prosthetics, orthotics, education and other services to
chronically impaired children. Also provides serveral out-patient
services such as outreach clinics which are held on Fridays at
various locations around the state.
The services of this hospital are open to New Mexico resident
children, ages birth to 21 with a known or suspected condition of
musculo-skeletal nature. Appointments are made through the
clinic admissions office.
For more information about the Comadre A Comadre
Project, please call:
202 Central Ave. SE Suite C
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Tel: 505-242-1222
Fax: 505-242-1118
10. UNM CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF NEW MEXICO
2211 Lomas Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87131
(505) 272-5437 Svc/Intake and Admin
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Young Children's Health Center's
physicians and social workers provide primary pediatric and social
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services to children and their families living in Albuquerque.
psychologists and psychiatrists for individuals, couples and
families. Expect to be placed on a waiting list for initial interview.
Patient Education: The Patient Education Center offers
many different education classes for groups of people.
13. UNM DEPT OF INTERNAL MEDICINE NEW
MEXICO AIDS EDUCATION AND TRAINING CENTER
UNM HCS School of Medicine
Albuquerque, NM 87131
The Developmental Care Program: This special program
works together with families of newborns, infants and young
children to evaluate development and to take action when
needed.
(505) 272-8443 Svc/Intake and Admin
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides health education and
resource information to patients with AIDS or HIV positive and
their families. Health educators include a registered nurse and
registered dietitian/master's level nutritionist.
Child Life Program: The Child Life Program works closely
with families and healthcare providers to treat the whole child
through the following services:
*Preparation for medical tests, procedures and surgeries
*Family support during hospitalization
*Age related activities in the playroom, Pediatric Clinic or
Pete's *Playground
*Special activities for patients confined to their rooms
We educate health care providers about management of HIV
infection, including prevention, diagnosis, treatment and
psychosocial issues.
Hospital School: The Hospital School is a program offered
by the Albuquerque Public Schools and the Children's
Hospital of New Mexico to meet the educational needs of
school age patients.
What we do. . .
*Provide up-to-date education to health care professionals on
HIV
Family Resource Library: Families can visit the Family
Resource Library to find answers to medical and healthcare
questions
*Provide information about state HIV programs and resources
Continuum of Care: The Continuum of Care Project
provides a support network for children with development
disabilities or chronic conditions.
*Provide individualized clinical education experience
*Serve as a resource for New Mexico's health professions schools
*Teach health care professionals to share their expertise with
peers
11. UNM CHILDREN'S PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
1001 Yale Blvd. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87131
*Provide partial to full funding/scholarship support for providers
to attend trainings, workshops, conferences, and professional
development training
(505) 272-2890 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.aidsinfonet.org
The New Mexico AIDS InfoNet has easy-to-understand
information on HIV and AIDS. The Mexico AIDS InfoNet
website has easy-to-understand "Fact Sheets" for patients about
HIV/AIDS, in English and Spanish.
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: UNM Children's Psychiatric
Center (CPC) provides intensive psychiatric treatment to
children and adolescents through the age of 17, without
regard to the family's financial resources. Care, including
acute inpatient, residential and partial (day) hospital, is
provided in various settings on the CPC campus. Treatment
includes family education which increases families'
understanding and capacity to manage their children. Clinical
services are under the direction of the UNM School of
Medicine faculty and include comprehensive evaluation and
assessment, treatment planning, individual, group and family
therapy, psychopharmacology, speech, art, recreational and
occupational therapy.
14. UNM DIVISION OF DENTAL HYGIENE
2320 Tucker NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87131
(505) 272-4106 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides dental hygiene care services
including prophylaxis (cleaning), x-rays, fluoride treatment,
nutritional counseling, tooth surface sealant and patient oral
hygiene instruction.
12. UNM DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC
1820 Sigma Chi Road NE
MSC05 3130
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 277-5164 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Counseling services are provided
by PhD candidates under supervision of certified
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15. UNM FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC
1209 University NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
19. UNM MEDICALLY FRAGILE CASE MANAGEMENT
PROGRAM
2300 Menual Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 272-4400 Service/Intake
(505) 272-3000 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of primary
medical services to individuals with referrals for medical
situations that require more in-depth treatment or
consultation.
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a state wide family centered
RN/case management service, coordination of care and advocacy
for the family to assist them with the care of their medically fragile
child. The program includes the Medically Fragile Waiver and
EPSDT. Case management services are provided by registered
nurses Both programs provide in-home services that support the
family in their decision to care for their child who is medically
fragile, at home. Individuals must meet the criteria for medical
fragility and be developmentally disabled. Scope of Medically
Fragile waiver service includes case management, private duty
nursing, home health aid, therapies, counseling, and nutritional
consultation. Medically Fragile Waiver services extend through the
life span of the client, as long as the individual continues to meet
the medical criteria. EPSDT clients must have Medicaid. Services
include case management and private duty nursing to individuals
birth to 21 years of age, who are medically fragile and require
skilled care. Application for the Medically Fragile Waiver and
EPSDT is made through the County Income Support Division
office of the NM Human Services Department. The applicant
must complete form MAD #325. The Medically Fragile Waiver is
not an emergency program. There is an application process and
often a waiting list, which is based on the date of application to
the Income Support Division office. There is no monetary support
provided, but rather availability of services to support families in
the care of their child at home.
16. UNM HOSPITAL
2211 Lomas Blvd NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
(505) 272-2111 Information
SERVICE SUMMARY: UNM Hospital is the primary
teaching hospital for the UNM School of Medicine and is the
home of the highly regarded UNM Children's Hospital. It
provides New Mexicans with a wide range of specialty and
subspecialty care, with many of those specialties not available
anywhere else in the state.
The hospital also operates New Mexico's only Level I
Trauma Center and treats more than 1,300 critically injured
patients a year. New Mexicans are fortunate to have such an
integrated medical center in Albuquerque where UNMH is
located.
17. UNM MANZANITA COUNSELING CENTER
Manzanita Counseling Center
UNM , College of Ed
Albuquerque, NM 87131
20. UNM PSYCHIATRIC CENTER
2600 Marble NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
(505) 277-7311 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides short and long term
counseling for personal growth, career direction, personal
adjustment, relationships, sexual identity development,
depression, anxiety, adolescent and childrens issues, family
counseling, spiritual/religious issues.
(505) 272-2920 Emergency Crisis Hotline
(505) 272-2800 Svc/Intake and Admin
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Addiction & Substance Abuse
Programs
Continuing Care Clinics
Dual Diagnosis Clinic
Forensic Services
General Clinic
Geriatric/Senior Care
Inpatient Services
University Hospital's Behavioral Health Services is currently the
largest community mental health provider in the state of New
Mexico. SERVICES INCLUDE:
18. UNM MARIPOSA PROGRAM PEDIATRIC
HOSPICE
933 Bradbury Dr. SE
Ste 3082
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 272-6700 Service/Intake
(866) 869-7243 800-Line
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Offers hospice services which
provides nursing care, emotional and spiritual support,
volunteer involvement and bereavement counseling to the
terminally ill children and their families.
Intake Clinic
Intensive Crisis Stabilization
Intensive Outpatient Services
Milagro Program
Peer Bridger Program
Psyciatric Care Management
Psychiatric Consultations Service
Psychiatric Emergency Services
Psychosocial Rehabilitation
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Psychotherapy Services
Substance Abuse Education/Prevention
Substance Abuse Education/Prevention * Families
with Adolescents
Substance Abuse Services
SITES: 5 17
21. UNM VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER
SUB Suite 2002
MSCO3 2215
Albuquerque, NM 87131
Child Care Complaints
Child Care Provider Licensing
Child Care Provider Referrals
Internet Information Resources * Child Care Providers
Specialized Information and Referral * Child Care
Providers
SITE: 2
(505) 277-3181 Svc/Intake and Admin
Marilyn (Mandy) Dykman, Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: We are dedicated to provide the
highest quality and comprehensive support to student
veterans in an atmosphere that provides commitment,
respect, and academic excellence. We provide education,
administrative services, and job advisement to our student
veterans, their families, as well as outreach to military
communities at large.
Childhood Immunizations
Children's Hospitals
Children's Psychiatric Inpatient Units
Children's/Adolescent Psychiatric Hospitals
Children's/Adolescent Residential Treatment Facilities
Health Care * Children
Health Screening/Diagnostic Services
Hospital Based Outpatient Services
Intensive Care * Mental Health Care Facilities
Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities * Children
Pediatrics
Physical Therapy * Children
Prosthetic Devices * Children
Special Education
Urgent Care Centers
Wellness Programs
SITES: 9 10 11
The UNM Veterans Resource Center provides help
navigating GI Bill Benefits, as well as GI Bill Benefits
Certification; one-on-one advisement, including referrals to
campus and community resources; support in working with
UNM's enrollment, financial aid, and advisement centers; and
any additional resources to support students' academic
success.
22. UNM WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER
UNM Women's Resource Center
Mesa Vista Hall, Room 1160
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87131
(505) 277-3716 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Conducts workshops and groups
each semester on personal development and women's related
issues depending on majority requests on a specific interest.
Also offers lectures on specific women's issues. Provides a
library of materials concerning women's issues. Provides for
individual advisement for academic re-entry questions,
vocational exploration and crisis intervention counseling for
UNM women students and staff only.
Helplines/Warmlines
Public Awareness/Education
Suicide Prevention Hotlines
Telephone Crisis Intervention
Telephone Reassurance
SITE: 6
Lead Poisoning Screening
Poison Control
Poisoning Treatment
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITE: 3
Services
Adolescent/Youth Counseling
Suicide Prevention Programs
Teen Pregnancy Prevention
Youth Community Service Programs
Youth Development
SITE:
SITE: 1
Breast Cancer
Cancer Clinics
Cancer Detection
Chemotherapy/Radiation Therapy
Chronic Disease Self Management Programs
Speakers/Speakers Bureaus
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
SITE: 7
Specialized Information and Referral * AIDS/HIV
SITE: 13
Alcohol Abuse Education/Prevention
Alcoholism Counseling
Central Intake/Assessment for Substance Abuse
Inpatient Drug Detoxification
Inpatient Medically Assisted Alcohol Detoxification
Outpatient Drug Detoxification
Outpatient Medically Assisted Alcohol
Detoxification
Academic Counseling
Adult Education
Community Colleges
Continuing Education
Education
Educational Grants
Educational Testing
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Bereavement Counseling
Children's In Home Respite Care
Children's State/Local Health Insurance Programs
Community Clinics
Disease Specific Treatment
Emergency Room Care
General Acute Care Hospitals
General Medical Care
Health Care
Health Care Referrals
Health Education
Health Screening/Diagnostic Services
Home Health Care
Home Nursing * Families/Friends of Terminally Ill
Hospice Care * Families/Friends of Terminally Ill
Hospital Based Outpatient Services
Hospitals
In Home Hospice Care
Intensive Care
Medical Public Assistance Programs
Nursing Facilities
Terminal Illness Counseling
Trauma Centers
Urgent Care Centers
SITES: 8 10 15 16 18 19
URBAN INDIAN ADVOCACY PROGRAM
1410 San Pedro NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 232-8299 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 507-7720 Crisis Line
http://www.urbanindianadvocacyprogram.org/
[email protected]
Darlene Reid-Jojola, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides services for Native American victims
of domestic violence and their children.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Mission
To provide safety, advocacy, education, and support for victims
of domestic violence in Albuquerque. To promote the traditional
health and well-being of Indian families where women are
honored as life-bearers, life-givers, and the heart of the
community; where men are honored as protectors and providers;
and where children are seen as gifts from the Creator and the
future of Indian communities.
Services
Domestic Violence Intervention Programs
Domestic Violence Support Groups
General Clothing Provision * Native American
Community
Legal Counseling * Native American Community
Sexual Assault Prevention
Spouse/Domestic Partner Abuse Counseling
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
Career Counseling
Central Intake/Assessment for Psychiatric
Services
Family Counseling
Individual Counseling
Inpatient Mental Health Facilities
Mental Health Care and Counseling
Mental Health Care Facilities
Mental Health Drop In Centers
Mental Health Evaluation
Mental Health Support Services
Neuropsychiatry/Neuropsychology
Outpatient Mental Health Care
Psychiatric Case Management
Psychiatric Day Treatment
Psychiatric Inpatient Units
Sexual Assault Counseling
Specialized Counseling Services
Substance Abuse Counseling
SITES: 12 17 20
VALENCIA COUNSELING SERVICES, INC
735 Don Pasqual Rd NW
Los Lunas, NM 87031
(505) 865-3359 Crisis Line
(505) 865-3350 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.vcs-nm.com/
OVERVIEW: Provides mental health and substance abuse
counseling.
HOURS: Call for information
Sites
1. VALENCIA COUNSELING SERVICES, INC
735 Don Pasqual Rd NW
Los Lunas, NM 87031
Prenatal Care
SITE: 16
(505) 865-3350 Svc/Intake and Admin
Resume Preparation Assistance * Veterans
Tutoring Services * Veterans
Veteran Employment Programs
SITE: 21
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides psychiatric and counseling
services for adults, families and children. Counseling includes all
forms of substance abuse, affects of physical or sexual abuse,
social and learning problems, and mental illness. Services are
provided by well trained professional staff and a psychiatrist. Also
provides forensic evaluations on request from the legal system.
Special Library Collections * Women
Women's Health Centers
Workshops/Symposiums * Women
SITE: 22
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SERVICE SUMMARY: Coordinates and directs civic,
economic and governmental activities directed to the promotion
and improvement of the business climate including information to
individuals wishing to relocate to Los Lunas. Tourism promoted
through "Cruzin' South RT66"
2. VALENCIA COUNSELING SERVICES, INC. CASA
MANZANA
703 Don Pasqual Road
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
(505) 865-1408 Service/Intake
Services
SERVICE SUMMARY: Assists persons to grow
independent from hospital or dependent living situations
while recovering from mental illness.For persons able to care
for themselves with the help of structured services.
Transitional and day programs provide diversified structured
and intensive psychological treatment and vocational therapy.
Program includes caring support that allows clients to set
own therapeutic goals. Activities: art and crafts, music
therapy, skills goal setting sessions and group therapy. Clients
participate in one of four vocational programs and share
cooking and household responsibilities. Offers clothing,
jewelry, kitchenware and miscellaneous items. Call for hours
of operation.
Community Economic Development
Small Business Development
VALENCIA COUNTY GOVERNMENT
444 Luna Ave.
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
(505) 866-2004 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.co.valencia.nm.us/
OVERVIEW:
Provides Government services
Sites
3. VALENCIA COUNSELING SERVICES, INC.
TORRANCE COUNTY
1109 W. Allen Ave.
Estancia, NM 87016
1. NEW MEXICO TEEN COURT
444 Luna St SE
Los Lunas, NM 87031
(505) 384-0220 Service/Intake
(505) 866-3323 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Counseling for families,
individual, group, marriage, mental health, substance abuse.
Medication management and case management offered as
well.
SERVICE SUMMARY: To serve the youth and families in
Valencia County by facilitating and developing a community
network that supports a continuum of innovative and culturally
sensitive services.
Services
Youth court is a first time offender’s program with alternative
sentencing and run for teens by teens. The misdemeanor
sentencing consists of Community Service, serving jury duty, and
well thought out letters of apology. Valencia County Youth Court
offers a service that keeps teens out of Children’s Court and the
Youth Detention Center.
Adolescent/Youth Counseling
Alcoholism Counseling
Anger Management
Art Therapy
Child Abuse Counseling
Family Counseling
Group Counseling
Individual Counseling
Marriage Counseling
Mental Health Care and Counseling
Substance Abuse Counseling
Substance Abuse Services
SITES: 1 2 3
2. VALENCIA COUNTY GOVERNMENT
444 Luna Ave.
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
(505) 866-2004 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides normal government services
by direction of the Valencia County Commission for the citizens
of the county.
3. VALENCIA COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE
PO Box 1059
404 Courthouse Road
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
VALENCIA COUNTY CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE
Wellness Center
3445 Lambros Loop
Los Lunas, NM 87031
(505) 565-3002 Service/Intake
(505) 352-3596 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides educational information on
agriculture and home economics; technical assistance with crops
and livestock; training in fruit and vegetable production; answers
general gardening questions. Call horticulture agent or agriculture
agent. Education training to county residents concerning latest
information in the area of home economics.Food and nutrition
http://www.loslunasnm.gov/index.asp?NID=204
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: Provides promotion and other services to
improve the community business climate.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
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education for low income families. Emphasis is on families with
young children.4-H provides an informal learn-by-doing
educational program which stresses citizenship, leadership,
agriculture, home economics and learning skills necessary for
personal growth. Encourages youth and family involvement.
VALENCIA COUNTY LITERACY COUNCIL
280 La Entrada
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
(505) 925-8926 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.valencialiteracy.org/
4. VALENCIA COUNTY GOVERNMENT
INDIGENT CARE FUND
444 Luna Ave.
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
Jill Oglesby, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides literacy training for adults. Provides
off-site instruction for ESL students and their children (in separate
programs)
HOURS: Mon - Fri 12:00 Noon - 4:00 PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides tutors to help adults learn
functional skills such as: reading, improving comprehension and
upgrading math skills. Provides English as a Second Language
Instruction and child care specialists for their children at sites
around Valencia County.
(505) 866-2020 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Must meet income eligibility
guidelines and be a Valencia County resident for 90 days prior
to services being rendered through hospital or agency. Must
apply before services rendered.
5. VALENCIA COUNTY GOVERNMENT SENIOR
CENTERS
Fred Luna Senior Center
197 Don Pasqual
Los Lunas, NM 87031
Services
English as a Second Language
Literacy Programs
Literacy Testing
Remedial Reading
(505) 839-3853 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides several services for
seniors, such as congregate meals, transportation, utility, and
fire wood assistance. Also offers friendly visiting outreach to
home bound seniors. Recruits volunteers to help other
seniors. Meals are offered for persons 60 years and older.
There is no income level requirement.
VALENCIA SHELTER SERVICES
PO Box 1095
Belen, NM 87002
(505) 864-1383 Crisis Line
Senior Centers:
http://valenciashelter.tripod.com/
[email protected]
Belen Senior Center
715 S. Main St.
Belen, N.M. 87002
Ph# (505)864-2663
Alexandria V. Taylor, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides temporary shelter, treatment, and
advocacy for victims of domestic violence. Provides transitional
shelter ( up to 2 yrs ) for victims of domestic violence, community
outreach, education and prevention services.
HOURS: Call for information
SERVICE SUMMARY: Assistance with temporary emergency
shelter, food, clothing, treatment, advocacy and referral services
for victims of domestic violence.
Bosque Farms Senior Center
1190 N. Bosque Farms Loop
Bosque Farms, N.M. 87068
Ph# (505)869-5133
Services
Del Rio Senior Center
351 Rio Communities Blvd.
Belen, N.M. 87002
Ph# (505)864-7500
Abuse Counseling
Domestic Violence Shelters
Family Violence Prevention
Meadow Lake Senior Center
100 Cuerro Lane
Los Lunas, N.M. 87031
865-8824
VALLEY GOSPEL TABERNACLE
1820 Valley Rd SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
Services
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving residents of the
SW area of Albuquerque. Cll for hours and information.
Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites
County Government Information Lines
Juvenile Delinquency Prevention
Senior Centers
Senior Ride Programs
Youth Courts
Youth Development
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Services
three year
program assists in building stronger, healthier families. The goal
of the program is to increase the single parent’s self-confidence in
their ability to be independent and self-supportive by challenging
them to set and meet personal and family goals.
Food Pantries
VFW NATIONAL HOME FOR CHILDREN
The Military Family Program provides supportive services to
members of the active-duty military, National Guard and Reserves
during a period of deployment. Services are provided to the
stay-behind spouse and children that assist in maintaining a strong
family
relationship during the hardship of spousal separation that can
come from military deployment. The goal of the program is to
increase
the overall family stability at the conclusion of deployment.
3573 South Waverly Road
Eaton Rapids, MI 48827
(800) 851-0238 800-Line
www.vfwnationalhome.org
[email protected]
OVERVIEW: The Veterans of Foreign Wars National
Home for Children will provide children, youth and families
of
members of the VFW and Ladies Auxiliary opportunities for
growth and development in a nurturing community, and by
doing so, will
serve as a living memorial to all veterans.
HOURS: 24/7
SERVICE SUMMARY: THE VFW NATIONAL
HOME FOR CHILDREN IS: A private, non-profit, licensed
residential child care agency providing long
and short term residency to children, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren of VFW and Ladies Auxiliary members.
Services are also
available for children of active-duty military service
personnel who are not able to provide adequate care for their
children through the
approved family plan arrangement.
The Veteran Family Program serves children within the whole
family (veteran, spouse and children) when the veteran in the
family
is a member of the VFW, is in receipt of VA service connected
disability compensation and is in pursuit of an approved VA
Vocational Rehabilitation Program. The program is designed to
supplement VA Vocational Rehabilitation to ensure lasting family
stability and future vocational success.
EDUCATION PROGRAM:
Children attend local public schools. The education department
provides tutoring, a computer lab, a
library, piano lessons, drug and alcohol awareness training, a
student work program and community service. The Ladies
Auxiliary
Nursery School operates a licensed day care program and
preschool.
CHILDREN SERVED: Children, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren of VFW and Ladies Auxiliary whose
parents are deceased,
disabled, or need assistance providing care. Children are
served from birth to young adult status through a variety of
programs,
including Nursery, Residential, Single Parent Family, Military
Family Program, Veteran Family Program and Aftercare
Programs.
RECREATION PROGRAM:
Indoor and outdoor recreation areas include a community center
with a gymnasium, exercise and
weight room, music room, game room, softball diamond, soccer
field, tennis court and playground. Activities include 4-H, sports
teams and camping experiences.
PROGRAMS:
The Residential Program provides for school-aged children
whose parents are deceased, disabled or whose home
environment is not conducive to their physical or emotional
well-being. Children are offered educational support,
recreation opportunities, 24-hour adult supervision, individual
counseling as needed and medical and dental services.
Professional child-care
workers provide the care and guidance in a family-like setting
to foster growth spiritually and emotionally.
Services
Children's/Adolescent Residential Treatment Facilities
Foster Homes for Dependent Children
Rehabilitation/Habilitation Services * At Risk Youth
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
VICTORY OUTREACH
The Aftercare Program affords youth who have participated
in the Residential Program and have graduated or earned their
GED to
reside on the National Home campus as working adults
and/or students for up to four years beyond high school
graduation.
(505) 843-7930 Svc/Intake and Admin
The Single Parent Family Program provides services for
single parents and their children in a goal-oriented one to
Danny Sanchez, Pastor
Public transportation accessible.
1519 3rd St. SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87105
http://www.voabq.org/
[email protected]
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OVERVIEW: Provides programs for drug rehabilitation in
a residential setting.
HOURS: MTWThF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: 24 hour residential treatment for
children ages 6 to 14 who are having emotional and
behavioral problems. Program includes counseling children
and their families, therapeutic recreation, health care and
special education. Clients must either meet Title X l X
eligibility requirements as determined by Department of
Children, Youth and Families or arrange a fee schedule with
the program. The Children In Need of Supervision Program
provides individual, group, and family counseling services.
Referrals are made primarily by the elementary, mid-school
and high school staff in the target area. Also provides
substance abuse services, job placement, educational
assistance and placement and referral services.
HOURS:
MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
Sites
1. LOS LUNAS PUBLIC LIBRARY
460 Main Street
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
(505) 839-3850 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a variety of books,
magazines and references materials. Conducts and sponsors
children's programs and other activities for adults.
2. REGIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
3445 Lambros Loop
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
Services
(505) 839-3854 Service/Intake
(575) 835-0196 Soccoro Office
Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities
Substance Abuse Counseling
Substance Abuse Education/Prevention
Substance Abuse Services
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides services for those seeking
housing through Section 8 program or certified voucher.
VILLA SANTA MARIA
3. VILLAGE OF LOS LUNAS
660 Main Street
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
PO Box 156
CEDAR CREST, NM 87008
(505) 865-6063 FAX
(505) 865-9689 Service/Intake
(505) 281-3609 Svc/Intake and Admin
Robert Vialpando, Mayor
SERVICE SUMMARY: Conducts planning, sets policy and
implements all programs under the jurisdiction of Los Lunas
Village government.
http://www.villasantamaria.org/
[email protected]
Joseph J. Mcguill, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Provides institutional children's care for
children with a diagnosis of Reactive Attachment Disorder.
HOURS: MTWThFSaSu 24 hours
SERVICE SUMMARY: 24 hour residential treatment for
children ages 5 to 14 who suffer from Reactive Attachment
Disorder. Program includes counseling children and their
families, therapeutic recreation, health care and special
education.
Services
Children's Reading Clubs
Library Audiovisual Services
Literary Societies/Book Reading Clubs
Public Libraries
SITE: 1
Services
Government Information Lines
Housing Authorities
Public Officials Offices
Subsidized Housing Administrative Organizations
SITES: 2 3
Behavioral Learning Therapy * Children
Children's/Adolescent Residential Treatment
Facilities
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy * Children
Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities * Children
Special Education
VINE VICTIM INFORMATION &
NOTIFICATION EVERYDAY
625 Silver Ave., SW
Ste. 420
Albuquerque, NM 87102
VILLAGE OF LOS LUNAS
660 Main Street
LOS LUNAS, NM 87031
(877) 551-8463 800-Line - 877-551-VINE
(505) 839-3840 Service/Intake
www.vinelink.com
http://www.loslunasnm.gov/
OVERVIEW: VINE Victim Information & Notification
enables anyone in the community, including victims, reporters,
companies, neighbors, to be notified automatically by phone or
email to track the custody status of offenders or court status if an
Robert Vialpando, Mayor
OVERVIEW: Provides government services to and for
the citizens of Los Lunas.
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offender is released, transferred or escapes. They also have an
online searchable data base.
SERVICE SUMMARY: NM VINE is New Mexico’s
Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification
Service. NM VINE is an innovative service providing crime
victim, and other concerned citizens free and confidential
notification regarding a particular State and/or County
inmate’s release, transfer or escape from participating
agencies.
volunteers. Help is provided to patients and families in
coping with physical, emotional, social, financial and spiritual
aspects of terminal illness. Bereavement support provided after
the patients death.
Services
Bereavement Counseling
Hospice Care
Pastoral Counseling
NM VINE can provide registered users access to timely
information about particular offenders 24-hours a day, over
the phone, through the internet, or by e-mail.
VSA NEW MEXICO VERY SPECIAL ARTS
VINELink: is the online version of VINE (Victim
Information and Notification Everyday), the National Victim
Notification Network. This service allows crime victims to
obtain timely and reliable information about criminal cases
and the custody status of offenders 24 hours a day. Some
states have the ability to display this website in Spanish.
4904 4th Street NW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
(505) 345-2872 Svc/Intake and Admin
(800) 659-8331 Service/Intake (Voice and TDD)
www.vsartsnm.org
[email protected]
Marjorie Neset, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Programs and services focus on access to the
arts for adults with disabilities.
HOURS: Mon - Fri - 8 AM - 5 PM (and special events as
scheduled)
SERVICE SUMMARY: VSA arts is a not-for-profit
organization dedicated to providing creative learning and
employment opportunities for people with disabilities or limited
access to the arts.
Services
Crime Victim Notification Services
Crime Victim Support
VISIONS UNLIMITED MINISTRIES
7701 Zuni SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 821-6750 Svc/Intake and Admin
North Fourth Art Center and VSA arts of New Mexico serves
OVERVIEW: Food pantry
HOURS: Call for hours of operation
SERVICE SUMMARY: Food pantry serving southeast
Albuquerque. Call for hours of operation and guidelines.
~80 apprentice artists with severe disabilities in the Day
Habilitation program
~900 students and community members through local school,
hospital and community residencies
Services
~3000 participants through statewide activities including festival
workshops in Taos, Crownpoint, "Start with the Arts" and other
early childhood programs at the Court Youth Center and public
schools in Las Cruces
Food Pantries
VISTA CARE FAMILY HOSPICE
~Approximately 5000 participants through art exhibits and
conferences
5600 Wyoming Blvd NE
Ste 10
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Services
(505) 821-5404 Svc/Intake and Admin
(888) 605-1969 800-Line
Art Therapy
Arts and Crafts Instruction
Developmental Disabilities Activity Centers
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
www.gentiva.com
Judee Harrinton, Director
OVERVIEW: Provides for a program designed to meet
the physical and emotional needs of terminally ill patient and
their families at home, in the hospital, in nursing homes and
retirement centers.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 6PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a program of palliative
and supportive care by a team of professionals and
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INC.
WINGS MINISTRY
2270 D Wyoming NE
#130
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87112
4320 C Ridgecrest Dr SE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
(505) 291-6412 Svc/Intake and Admin
(500) 771-0140 Svc/Intake and Admin
(866) 664-5967 800-Line
http://wingsministry.org/index.php
[email protected]
www.wmranch.org
[email protected]
Ann Edenfield, President
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Provides a system of support for children and
families of individuals who are incarcerated in a prison or jail.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a number of support
activities for children and families of incarcerated individuals.
These activities are parties for children, focused ministry outreach
and positive connection to a church.
Sophia Diclemente, Owner
OVERVIEW: Watermelon Mountain Ranch, a 501(c)3
nonprofit corporation, is dedicated to the belief that all living
creatures should be cared for and protected.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Kids at Risk Animal Welfare
Program:
Troubled teens from juvenile justice programs participate in
our outreach program benefiting homeless animals.
Services
Children's Special Needs Program:
Each week, a group of children with physical or development
challenges visit Watermelon Mountain Ranch and interact
with the animals. The children experience the joy of being
around the animals and the unconditional love that each has
to give.
Ex-Offender Counseling
Offender/Ex-Offender Support Groups
WISCONSIN MYALGIC
ENCEPHALOMYELITIS /CHRONIC
FATIGUE SYNDROME ASSOCIATION
Services
Animal Adoption
Animal Foster Care/Rescue Volunteer
Opportunities
Foster Care/Temporary Shelter for Animals
Mobility Assistance Service Dogs
Pet Assisted Therapy
733 Lois Drive
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
(608) 834-1001 Svc/Intake and Admin
(855) 878-5555 800-Line
http://www.wicfs-me.org
[email protected]
WESTSIDE PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
Patricia Fero, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Its purpose is to act as a clearinghouse for
information on ME/CF & XMRV virus. It is dedicated to
assisting patients & their families with ME/CFS & other
neurological auto-immune disorders, Lyme Disease, and XMRV
Virus. To encourage communication among agencies, institutions,
& concerned individuals. Advocates for the improved medical
treatment. Publishes Newsletter the "Lifeline" 4 times a year.
FREE "Information Package" available upon request. Scientific
research information & referrals available. The WCFSA also
maintains a website (www.wicfs-me.org) for general information
on the illness and the Association's activities, with links to other
related websites on the Internet. Hosts a Fall Seminar.
ME/CFS is a serious & complex illness that affects many
different body systems. Clinically evaluated, unexplained,
persistent fatigue of new or definite onset that is not the result of
current activities may be a sign of ME/CFS. However, "Fatigue"
is an inappropriate word to describe the incapacitating exhaustion,
poor stamina, generalized weakness, increased viral infections &
cognitive problems that patients (adults & children) experience on
a daily basis.
1724 Grande Blvd.
RIO RANCHO, NM 87124
(505) 896-0245 Svc/Intake and Admin
OVERVIEW: Provides pediatric dental services. For
pediatric dentistry, agency accepts private insurance, Medicaid
and uninsured patients. For children with special needs,
agency accepts IHS coverage, in addition to the types of
payment listed above.
SERVICE SUMMARY: For pediatric dentistry, agency
accepts private insurance, Medicaid and uninsured patients.
For children with special needs, agency accepts IHS coverage,
in addition to the types of payment listed above.
Services
Pediatric Dentistry
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY:
Call for Information
SERVICE SUMMARY: The Wisconsin ME/CFS
Association's purpose is to act as a clearinghouse for information
on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
(ME/CFS) as well as other neurological auto-immune disorders
and the XMRV Virus.
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The Association is dedicated to assisting patients and their
families and other interested parties and to encouraging
communication among agencies, institutions, and concerned
individuals.
* Publishes a newsletter, "Lifeline"; 4 times a year;
*
FREE "Informational Packages" available upon
request.
*
Information about the disease and ongoing medical
research is available;
*
Sponsors informational programs- Fall Seminar;
*
Assists people via support groups, support contacts,
referrals
*
Advocates for the improved medical treatment of
persons with ME/CFS and similar neurological disorders.
* Assists with Social Security Disability
* Information on Lyme Disease
* Maintains a website (www.wicfs-me.org) for general
information on the illness and the Association's activities,
with links to other related websites on the Internet
* Maintains Facebook page (WISCONSINME&CFS)
* Makes available videocassettes, DVDs, and books
through its lending library.
Agency accepts cash, private insurance, uninsured patients,
General Relief funds, and IHS or other tribal coverage for services.
Services
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides assistance and advocacy for women's
housing.
HOURS: MTWThF 8:30 AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Two year transitional housing
program to very low income or homeless women, some level of
income required. Call for more information. Assistance with job
placement and other job related skills.Transportation, child care,
household items, food, counseling, education or training and work.
Services
Case/Care Management * Women
Emergency Medical Care * Women
Health Care * Women
Health Screening/Diagnostic Services * Women
Nutrition Education
Physical Therapy * Women
School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen Programs
Teen Family Planning Programs
Teen Pregnancy Prevention
WOMEN'S HOUSING COALITION
3005 San Pedro NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(505) 884-8856 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://whcabq.org/index.html
[email protected]
Information and Referral * Lyme Disease
WOMEN'S ECONOMIC
SELF-SUFFICIENCY TEAM WESST
609 Broadway Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Services
(505) 246-6900 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.wesst.org/
Housing Counseling * Women
Transitional Housing/Shelter * Women
Women's Advocacy Groups
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides business assistance for women.
HOURS: MTWTHF 8AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Business assistance to those who
want to start or increase their own business to become
self-sufficient, with a primary focus on women.
YES HOUSING INC.
104 Roma NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Services
(505) 254-1373 Svc/Intake and Admin
Business Associations
Minority Business Development * Women
Small Business Development * Women
www.yeshousing.org
Augustine Chris Baca, Executive Director
OVERVIEW: Affordable rental housing
SERVICE SUMMARY: Affordable rental housing,
multifamily development, commercial redevelopment in targeted
areas.
WOMEN'S HEALTH HORIZONS
West Mesa Professional Building
4801 McMahon Blvd NW
#101
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87114
Services
Homebuyer/Home Purchase Counseling
Low Cost Home Rental Listings
Low Income/Subsidized Rental Housing
PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY: Call for Information
(505) 893-2840 Svc/Intake and Admin
http://www.womenshealthhorizons.com/
OVERVIEW: Wellness services.
HOURS: MTWTHF 9AM to 5PM
SERVICE SUMMARY: Women's Wellness Services.
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ASSOCIATION (YMCA) OF CENTRAL
NEW MEXICO
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN
ASSOCIATION, YWCA
210 Truman St. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
303 Roma Ave. NW
Ste. RB00A
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 254-9922 Ext. 105 Our Sister's Closet
(505) 254-9922 Svc/Intake and Admin
(505) 881-4787 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.ywca-nm.org
http://www.ymcacnm.org/
Andrea Nash, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: As a Membership Association, the YWCA
creates and supports opportunities for all women and their
families and advocates racial justice for their social and economic
equality. Programs include: Camp Quest (science and technology
camp for girls), ENCOREplus, Our Sister's Closet, PAN, Career
Center, Racial Justice Program.
HOURS: MTWThF 8AM to 5PM
Stephen Paternoster, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a variety of recreational,
health/fitness, youth development, before and after school
care, camping, and aquatic/water safety instruction and
services. The YMCA builds strong kids, strong families and a
strong community.
Call for information on locations and services.
HOURS: MTWThF 9 AM to 5PM
Sites
1. HENDERSON HOUSE TRANSITIONAL LIVING
CENTER
(505) 254-9922 Ext. 115 Svc/Intake and Admin
Sites
1. RIO RANCHO FAMILY YMCA
2701 The American Road SE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
SERVICE SUMMARY: Transitional Living Center for
homeless women veterans and their dependent children
(505) 922-1681 Svc/Intake and Admin
2. OUR SISTER'S CLOSET
5211 Lomas NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
2. YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
(YMCA) OF CENTRAL NEW MEXICO
303 Roma Ave. NW
Ste. RB00A
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 266-0448 Svc/Intake and Admin
SERVICE SUMMARY: Our Sister's Closet, a component of
the YWCA's Career Center, is a program that provides clothing to
women in need of appropriate attire for job interviews and career
placement. Our Sister's Closet (OSC) provides quality clothing
selected from donations by professional women throughout New
Mexico. The program maintains exceptionally high standards by
accepting only clothing that is clean, stylish and on hangers.
(505) 881-4787 Svc/Intake and Admin
Stephen Paternoster, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: Includes many activities, before
and after school care, youth sports, summer, resident and day
camp, extended day care, Corporate Wellness programs and
after school activities and family programs. Provides a variety
of programs. Includes day, resident, special interest and
family camps. Operates Camp Shaver in the Jemez
mountains. Call for information.
Women entering the job market who have neither professional
clothing nor financial resources are referred to OSC through
nearly 60 community agencies throughout New Mexico. Clients
receive one-on-one support from OSC staff and volunteers, who
encourage self-help strategies and offer positive reinforcement to
career development efforts already initiated by clients. Staff and
volunteers are experienced and educated about the workplace
culture and expectations.
Services
Camps
Physical Fitness
Recreational Activities/Sports
Recreational Facilities
Youth Development
SITES: 1 2
3. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION,
YWCA
210 Truman St. NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87108
(505) 254-9922 Ext. 105 Our Sister's Closet
(505) 254-9922 Svc/Intake and Admin
Andrea Nash, Executive Director
SERVICE SUMMARY: The YWCA is the oldest and largest
multicultural women's organization in the world. Our mission is to
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YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION,...
eliminate racism and empower women. We provide safe places for
women and girls, build strong women leaders, and advocate
for women's rights and civil rights in Congress. Women come
to us in times of crisis, as survivors of rape or domestic
violence. They come for job training and career counseling.
They come for childcare information. They come for health
and fitness. They come for a variety of reasons.
Services
Breast Examinations * Health Care Referrals
Community Action/Social Advocacy Groups
General Clothing Provision * Women
Nutrition Education
Physical Fitness
Support Groups * Menopause
Transitional Housing/Shelter * Veterans * Women
Women's Advocacy Groups
SITES: 1 2 3
3. YDI AMISTAD CRISIS SHELTER
1714 Centro Familiar SW
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87105
(505) 877-0371 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Amistad Crisis Facility serves
Bernalillo County, Valencia and Sandoval children ages 12 to 18
in home setting. Temporary shelter, crisis, family, group and
individual counseling to homeless, abused, neglected and runaway
youths. 30 day maximum stay. 12 bed capacity for males and
females.
4. YDI HEAD START ALBUQUERQUE MAIN OFFICE
901 Pennsylvania NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110
(505) 268-0024 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for Head Start programs at
multiple locations throughout Bernalillo County. Please check
YDI website for a list of locations or call Head Start Albuqerque
Main Office at 505-268-0024.
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT, INC. (YDI)
6301 Central NW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
5. YDI NORTHEAST COUNSELING OFFICE
1820 San Pedro NE
Ste 7
Albuquerque, NM 87110
(505) 831-6038 Svc/Intake and Admin
www.ydinm.org
Augustine Baca, President
Public transportation accessible.
OVERVIEW: Provides a wide variety of services for
children, youth and families.
(505) 232-9015 Service/Intake
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides counseling services to
individuals, groups, and families. Referrals are taken from across
the community. Self-referrals are also accepted. Also provides
substance abuse services, job placement assistance, and
educational assistance/information. Also operates the Stay in
School Program, Project Succeed Program, and the Community
Correction Program. Call for information on these programs.
Sites
1. NEUTRAL CORNER, THE
118 Dartmouth SE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
(505) 255-0007 Svc/Intake and Admin
6. YDI WISE MEN & WOMEN MENTORSHIP
PROGRAM
5005 4th St NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides a location where
exchanges or visitations of children between divorced or
estranged parents, can take place in a manner that is low
stress and is supervised. Also conducts classes in parenting
skills. Breath alcohol testing and a 10 plus alcohol urinalysis.
(505) 212-7346 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Provides for a program that promotes
self-respect, compassion, and wisdom in boys and girls by
establishing supportive learning relationships with caring adults.
The program operates with the use of volunteers who must
undergo a very comprehensive background check, drug test, and
training regimen.
2. YDI ALAMOSA CENTER
6900 Gonzales SW
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ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87121
(505) 831-5109 Service/Intake
Public transportation accessible.
SERVICE SUMMARY: Services to youth in the West
Mesa area including recreation, counseling, tutoring and
community improvement projects. This office provides
services for the citizens of Albuquerque.
7. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT, INC. (YDI)
6301 Central NW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
(505) 831-6038 Svc/Intake and Admin
Augustine Baca, President
SERVICE SUMMARY: YDI offers over 40 different
programs serving children, youth and families in 22 sites
throughout the city. YDI uses a holistic continuum of care
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approach, because at risk youth rarely have one type of problem or
conflict to resolve. All of the YDI programs fall into one of
these seven areas of focus: 1) Addresses youth violence, drug
use, gang involvement, health issues, AIDS, and other
concerns through street outreach, presentations, counseling,
music, drama and art. 2) Works with individuals and families
to resolve conflicts. 3) Works with juvenile justice system to
find alternatives to incarceration and to work with first time
offenders. 4) Uses sports and recreation activities to help
young people develop self esteem and positive behaviors. 5)
Offers living alternatives that range from a short term
runaway shelter to transitional living training and a home for
disturbed youth. 6) Works with drop-out prevention and
GED students. 7) Programs help youth find jobs and job
training opportunities.
Services
Adolescent/Youth Counseling
Dropout Prevention
Dropout Programs
Family Counseling
Gang Programs
Head Start
Juvenile Delinquency Diversion Counseling
Juvenile Delinquency Prevention
Parental Visitation Monitoring * Parents Without
Custody
Parenting Education
Runaway/Youth Shelters
Youth Development
Youth Job Development
SITES: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
YOUTH IN TRANSITION
Box 200
933 San Mateo NE
Ste. 500
Albuquerque, NM 87108
(505) 315-4664 Svc/Intake and Admin
WWW.NMTRANSITION.ORG
[email protected]
Donna Rowe, Executive Director
Public transportation accessible; a pamphlet is on file.
OVERVIEW: Youth in Transition's mission is to provide
a safe haven for at-risk youth and young adults and to help
build the foundation for a brighter future.
SERVICE SUMMARY: YIT's drop-in center provides a
safe, secure environment for an average of 40 homeless and
near-homeless young people each day, 600 per year. 90% of
these young people, ages 14-24, have mental health and/or
substance abuse problems. At the drop-in center, they are
provided with crisis intervention, outreach services,
transportation, advocacy and case management. They are also
linked to other services in the community to avoid
duplication of services.
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Services
Adolescent/Youth Counseling
Case/Care Management * At Risk Youth