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Community Resources

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Services for People Experiencing Homelessness

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Albuquerque Healthcare for the Homeless

Walk in services, primary care, dental, eye clinic, podiatry, mental health services, and pharmacy.

Address: 1217 First Street NW

Phone: 505-766-5197

 

Albuquerque Indian Center

Food, toiletries, mail, internet access, mental health and employment services for Native people.

Address: 105 Texas St SE

Phone: 505-268-1751

 

Amistad

Short term emergency housing for youth 12-17.

Address: 1706 Centro Familiar SW

Phone: 505-877-0371

 

Barrett House

Emergency shelter, food, clothing, and support services for women and children.

Phone: 505-243-4887

 

Common Bond NM Emergency Project

Assistance with housing and medical expenses for New Mexicans with HIV/AIDs.

Phone: 505-636-0845

 

New Day Youth Shelter

Emergency housing, respite and care for youth 11-17 yo.

Address: 2820 Ridgecrest SE

Phone: 505-938-1060

 

Safe House NM

Emergency housing and advocacy for survivors of domestic violence.

Phone: 505-247-4219

 

St Martin’s Hospitality Center

Emergency shelter (daytime only), food, storage, toiletries and medical services.

Address: 1201 3rd St NW

Phone: 505-242-4399

 

Joy Junction

Emergency and short-term essentials such as food, clothing, counseling, transportation, shelter to homeless women, children, and families.

Address: 4500 2nd St Southwest

Phone: 505-877-6967 or 800-924-0569

 

Haven House

Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence as well as case management, support groups, Life-Skills classes, legal advocacy, referrals to job opportunities. Located in Rio Rancho.

Phone: 505-896-4869

 

Services for Victims of Interpersonal Violence

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Domestic Violence Resource Center

24 hour crisis intervention, legal advocacy, and counseling for survivors.

Address: 625 Silver SW

Phone: 505-248-3165

 

Barrett Foundation

Emergency shelter, food, clothing, and support services for women and children experiencing homelessness.

Phone: 505-243-4887

 

Enlace Communitario

Free crisis intervention, case management, therapy, civil legal services, life skills classes for survivors of domestic violence and their children regardless of immigration status.

Phone: 505-246-8972

 

S.A.F.E. House

Emergency shelter, food, clothing and counseling for survivors of domestic violence.

Phone: 505-247-4219

 

Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center

Collaborates with the Albuquerque police department to assist with a legal protection, safety plans, medical/forensic exams, assistance with reporting the crime to law enforcement (should the survivor chose to).  

Address: 625 Silver SW, Suite 200

Phone: 505-243-2333

 

All Faiths Receiving Home

Behavioral health treatment for families, children and caregivers struggling with issues of divorce, homelessness, child abuse/neglect, family violence or other crises.

Address:1709 Moon N.E.

Phone: 505-271-0329

 

Resources for Survivors of Sexual Violence

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24 Hour Help Lines

866-435-7166 Agora Crisis Center

888-811-8282 Rape Crisis Center

800-656-4673 National Sexual Assault Hotline

 

Albuquerque SANE Collaborative

Medical/forensic exams (sexual assault evidence kit), pregnancy & STI prevention, and referrals.

Address: 625 Silver SW Suite 200

Phone: 505-883-8720

 

NM Coalition of Sexual Violence

Works to prevent sexual violence by providing training for service providers and analyzing state sexual violence data. Website links to services statewide.

Address: 3909 Juan Tabo NE Suite 6

Phone: 505-883-8020

 

Rape Crisis Center of Central NM

Free counseling and sexual assault nurse practitioners.

Address: 9741 Candelaria Rd NE

Phone: 505-266-7711

 

Revoking Silence

UNM student organization offering peer support, mentorship, resource assistance.

 

Women’s Resource Center

Free counseling and crisis intervention

Address: Mesa Vista Hall, 1160

1 University of New Mexico

Phone: 505-277-3716

 

All Faiths Receiving Home

Behavioral health treatment for families, children and caregivers struggling with issues of divorce, homelessness, child abuse/neglect, family violence or other crises including treatment for intrafamilial sex offenders.

Address:1709 Moon N.E.

Phone: 505-271-0329

 

 

 

  

 

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