Help for Homelessness: Food, clothing, shelter and affordable housing, medical help, domestic violence issues, legal assistance, and family advocacyAlbuquerque Family Advocacy Center
625 Silver SW, 2nd Floor • 243-2333
Albuquerque Healthcare for the Homeless, Inc.
1217 First Street NW • 766-5197
Healthcare related services for the homeless
Albuquerque Mental Health Housing Coalition
144 Washington SE • 255-3643
Services include eviction prevention and emergency housing loans
Albuquerque Public Housing Hotline
Albuquerque Rescue Mission
P.O. Box 331, Albuquerque, N.M. 87103
Day and night shelters, meals, clothing, employment placement and social service advocacy services for homeless men and women. Call or visit for meal schedule.
American Red Cross Emergency Minor Home Repair
P.O. Box 80250, Albuquerque, N.M. 87198
Minor home repair for low to moderate income homeowners
11300 Lomas NE • 332-6700
Residential support systems for people with mental retardation and developmental disabilities
10300 Constitution NE • 246-9244
Shelter for women and children
Bernalillo County Housing Department
1900 Bridge SW • 314-0200
Public Housing for elderly, handicapped or disabled county residents, Section 8 voucher programs and housing rehabilitation programs
Bridges Supportive Housing
P.O. Box 25823, Albuquerque, N.M. 87125
Supportive housing for homeless single women and homeless women with children
4001 Osuna NE
6001 Marble NE • 724-4670
2010 Bridge SW • 247-0442
985 Airport Road, Santa Fe • (505) 424-9789
Transitional housing program to help move homeless families to permanent housing
Children Youth and Families Department
(855) 333-SAFE (7233) or #SAFE from a cell phone
City of Albuquerque Affordable Housing Hot Line
Information on City sponsored affordable housing developments
City of Albuquerque Department of Senior Affairs
714 Seventh Street SW • 764-6400
Minor home repair and home chores for senior homeowners
City of Albuquerque Human Rights Office
P.O. Box 1293, Albuquerque, N.M. 87103
Promotes awareness and practice of fair housing laws, investigates housing discrimination complaints
Consumer Credit Counseling Services-SW
2727 San Pedro NE, Suite 117 • (888) 845-5669
Provides education in the appropriate use of credit and homebuying
Cuidando los Niños
clnkids.org • 843-6899
See “Lost and Found: The Children of Cuidando los Niños” feature.
For victims of domestic violence. Se habla español.
Family Housing Development Corp.
P.O. Box 12862, Albuquerque, N.M. 87195
Down payment and financing assistance for qualified first time homebuyers
Fouth Street at Lead • 243-5646
Call or visit for meal schedule.
First Unitarian Church
3701 Carlisle NE
Good Shepherd Center
P.O. Box 749, Albuquerque, N.M. 87102
Emergency services for the homeless, including shelter, meals, clothing, and referrals. Call or visit for meal schedule.
Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity
4520 Montgomery NE, Suite 4 • 265-0057
New home construction for low income families
Greater Albuquerque Housing Partnership (GAHP)
110 Second Street SW, Suite 304 • 244-1614
Developing affordable housing, provide counseling for first time homebuyers
Guardianship Legal Helpline
217-1660 or (800) 980-1165
Health Care for the Homeless
1217 First Street NW • 766-5197
Highland Baptist Church
417 Palomas SE • 256-1682
Home New Mexico
2300 Menaul NE • 889-9486
Assists disabled homeseekers with homeownership resources
4500 Second Street SW • 877-6967
Emergency shelter for homeless and transients
998-4529 or (800) 340-9771
Marie Amadea Shelter
P.O. Box 708, Albuquerque, N.M. 87103
Shelter, counseling, transportation, education (New Futires High School) GED help
Neighborhood Housing Services of Albuquerque
1500 Lomas NW, Suite B • 243-5511
Home rehabilitation loans for low income families in the Downtown, Sawmill and Wells Park neighborhoods
New Day Youth and Family Services
2820 Ridgecrest SE • 260-9912
Temporary shelter for runaway or homeless youth. Crisis shelter with counseling and referral services.
New Mexico Income Support Division
hsd.state.nm.us • (888) 473-3676
Food stamps, cash assistance, etc.
New Mexico Medicaid
N.M. Mortgage Finance Authority (MFA)
344 Fourth Street SW • 843-6880
Provides a variety of housing finance programs for low income New Mexicans
Noon Day Ministry
101 Broadway NE • 246-8001
Provides many services such as day shelter, showers, laundry, counseling and luncheon program for the poor and homeless. Call or visit for meal schedule.
1515 Yale SE • 242-5677
Call or visit for meal schedule. Food boxes available.
Rehabilitation Services and Veterans Program
406 San Mateo NE, Suite 122
Operates job placement services and an affordable housing complex. Offers affordable housing assistance and other services.
823 Ortiz SE • 255-1579
Call or visit for meal schedule.
Rio Grande Presbyterian Church
600 Coors NW
Food boxes (requires a referral)
P.O. Box 25363 • 247-4219
Emergency shelter and counseling services for victims of domestic violence
Saint Felix’s Pantry
4010 Barbara Loop SE, Rio Rancho • 891-8075
Saint John’s Episcopal Cathedral
318 Silver SW • 247-1581
Saint Martin's Hospitality Center, Inc.
P.O. Box 27258, Albuquerque, N.M. 87125
Day shelter, clothing exchange, supportive housing, motel lease assistance and other services. Call or visit for meal schedule.
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church
601 Montaño NW
The Salvation Army
P.O. Drawer 27690, Albuquerque, N.M. 87125-7690
Emergency shelter and meals for the homeless, along with many other services. Call or visit for meal schedule. Food boxes available.
Sawmill Community Land Trust
904 19th Street, Albuquerque, N.M. 87102
Develops and builds permanently affordable, quality housing for persons with low to moderate income.
106 Broadway SE • 842-6491
Food boxes and clothing
Transitional Living Services, Inc.
4020 Central SE • 268-5295
Emergency, group and rehabilitation programs for severely disabled mentally ill adults
United South Broadway Corp. (USBC)
1500 Walter SE, Room 204 • 764-8867
Homeownership services including down payment grant assistance and other financial subsidies for first time homebuyers
Women's Housing Coalition
3005 San Pedro NE • 884-8856
Provides affordable housing through a two year housing program to very low income and homeless women
Youth Development, Inc.
6301 Central NW • 831-6038
Transitional living programs for homeless families
Read to the Dogs at South Valley Public Library
Children can practice their reading in a relaxed atmosphere with a registered therapy dog.
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