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· H.E.L.P New Mexico 505-265-3717
Helps with rent, utility bills, employment, child care and counseling
· St. Vincent De Paul Society 505-346-1500
Provides emergency financial assistance for food, rent, utilities and other reasonable requests. Operates two thrift stores which have a variety of used clothing, household goods and furniture.
· Catholic Charities 505-247-0442
Provides housing for single mothers, immigration info, and offers computer class training and English as a second language
· Joy Junction 505-877-6967
Offers shelter, food, clothing and referrals as needed
· New Mexico Legal Aid (833) 545-4357
Legal services for low-income individuals
· Casa Q (505) 872-2099
Homeless shelter for LGBQT and a transitional housing location. Accept teens aged 14-17 who are LGBTQIA youth and their allies.
· All Faiths Receiving Home 505-271-0329
Provides short and long term shelter for non-delinquent children up to age 12, whose parents are unable to care for them because of emergency or crisis in the family, including abuse or neglect
· Westside Emergency Housing Center (WEHC) (505) 839-9193
Emergency housing, access to a computer lab, showers, medical examination rooms, and receive three meals a day
Pickups throughout the city in the morning and afternoon
· New Day, Inc. 505-260-9912 NE 505-938-1060 SE
Emergency shelter care, juvenile first offenders program, temporary shelter for runaways, case management
· Barrett House (Women and Children) 505-243-4887 505-246-9244
Night shelter and emergency help only, up to three weeks
· Albuquerque Rescue Mission 509 2nd St SW (505) 346-4673
Transitional housing for single males with substance abuse issues
· Transitional Living Services Shelter Plus Care 5601 Domingo Rd NE (505) 268-5295
Transitional housing for people with chronic mental illness and/or substance abuse issues
· Albuquerque Opportunity Center (AOC) (505) 344-4340 9:00 am-3:00 pm, 1:00 am-3:00am
o Men’s overnight emergency shelter, up to 30 nights
o Respite Care Program, provides 24-hour care to men recently released from the hospital, who do not have a home.
o Access to an outdoor garden, computer lab, storage area, showers, laundry facilities, medical examination rooms, a library and a classroom area.
· The Crossroads 805 Tijeras NW (505) 242-1010
Permanent supportive housing for formerly incarcerated women with chronic mental illness/substance abuse issues
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (the Lifeline) at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Crisis workers are available 24 hours a day. Calls are free and confidential
Mental Resources / Mental Health:
Call toll free anytime 24/7/365 1-855-NMCRISIS (662-7474)
If you are having a life threatening emergency, call 911 immediately.
· Public Health 7525 Zuni Rd SE B, Albuquerque, NM 87108 505-841-8928
City health office: Family planning, immunizations, STD testing, refugee health, and more
· Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless 505-766-5197
Primary medical care, social work assistance, crisis intervention, assistance in applying for benefits, information and referral
· Community Dental Services 505-843-7493
Provides 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
· First Choice Community Health Care 505-873-7400
Provides medical health services to persons in need of preventive or healthy maintenance care. Both preventative and emergency dental care also available
· Hogares Inc. 505-345-8471
Mental health evaluation and treatment for children and young adults who are experiencing complex behavioral and mental health issues. Inpatient and outpatient services provided.
· New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence 505-246-9240
Services as a cooperative network of statewide organizations and individuals which serve the interests of victims of domestic violence; promotes the interest of organizations serving these purposes.
· UNM Women’s Resource Center 505-277-3716
Help women in domestic violence or crisis situations, develop self-sufficiency through educational and support services and counseling. Support services for children who witness domestic violence. Other programs include self-defense, job skills training, support groups, computer skills, financial planning, stress management and domestic violence education classes
· S.A.F.E. House 505-247-4219
Shelter for women and children who are victims of domestic violence
EMERGENCY FUNDING AND FINANCIAL LITERACY
· Rent Help NM RentHelpNM.org
Eviction prevention funds
· Money Management International 505-884-6601
Professional counseling to people needing guidance in money management, budgeting, and the wise use of credit. Where over-extension of indebtedness is a major problem the agency will attempt to work out a repayment program. Provides education programs on credit buying, budgeting, checkbook management, understanding credit and other related topics.
· Noon Day Ministry 505-246-8001
Rent and utility assistance (Volunteer work is required)
· Southwest Neighborhoods Housing Srvs. 505-243-5511
Homebuyers training, budgeting classes, foreclosure avoid, refinancing existing loans, home rehabilitation program for the Albuquerque area
· St. Martins 505-843-9405
Rental assistance, deposits, utilities provides clients also with showers and mailroom long term storage
· Meals on Wheels 505-823-8060
Provides hot noon meal to the aged, convalescent and persons with disability who live at home and are unable to shop and/or cook for themselves
· Project Shared Inc. 505-242-5677
Provides dinner (only) five times a week to homeless families, single men and women
· Roadrunner Food Bank 505-247-2052
Food assistance program
· The Storehouse 505-842-6491
Provides free food and clothing to people struggling with poverty.
-I am running low on food and need help. What can I do?
Below is a list of resources for food assistance:
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, provides financial assistance to eligible New Mexicans with low income and limited resources to purchase food products. SNAP benefits are simple to use to purchase qualifying food products at participating grocery stores.
· Methodist Children’s Home 505-255-8740
Provides counseling, case management, parent training resource referrals and live skills training for at-risk families
· Youth Development Inc. 505-831-6038
Provides a broad array of services, prevention, intervention, treatment, education and employment.
· Cuidando Los Niños 1500 Walter SE 505-843-6899
Case Management Program, Day Care Services, Early Head Start Program