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Emergency Numbers & Help Lines

Dial 9-1-1 in case of emergency


Agora Crisis Center
24/7 phone help line, online chat, and referrals.

Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center
Multi-agency facility to support survivors of interpersonal violence.   
(505) 243-2333

Albuquerque Police Department Crisis Intervention Team/Crisis Outreach
Crisis intervention services for individuals who may pose risks to themselves or others. 
(505) 924-6000

Child Protective Services
Child abuse and neglect hotline. 
(505) 841-6100 or 1-855-333-SAFE (7233)

LGBT National Help Center
Serving gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning individuals by providing free and confidential peer support. 

National Domestic Violence Hotline
24/7 free, confidential phone line, crisis intervention, and referrals.
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
24/7 confidential crisis intervention, counseling, and referrals.
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

NM Crisis and Access Line
24/7 help line for any situation that involves an emotional and/or behavioral health crisis.  
1-855-NMCRISIS (662-7474)

NM Poison & Drug Information Center
24/7 poison control information line.

Non-Emergency Police
242-COPS (2677)

New Mexico Tobacco Helpline
Phone counseling and referrals to quit tobacco use.

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Family Services & Education

Albuquerque Public Libraries
With 18 locations around town, the public libraries offer for check out books, music CDs, DVDs, ebooks, eAudiobooks, baking pans, tablets, and more. The libraries also offer computer access & classes, free WiFi, conference rooms, online tutoring, Every Child Ready to Read workshops, storytimes, summer reading program, and Museum Discovery passes (museums include Explora and the Natural History Museum!).  

All Faiths Receiving Home
Provides child-focused services, family support, parenting classes & support groups.

(505) 345-8938

ATF Dial-A-Teacher Program

Licensed teachers are available to help children with homework questions free of charge in English and Spanish. This program is available from Monday through Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

(505) 344-3571

Bernalillo County Family Literacy Program 
Free one-on-one tutoring in language arts for children in elementary and middle school. Tutoring is done at Bernalillo County Community Centers and after-school sites by trained volunteers.
(505) 341-0496 or (505) 681-2595

City of Albuquerque Child & Family Development Services 
Child development centers, Head Start (0-5 years old, low income)
(505) 767-6500

Central New Mexico (CNM) Community College
College courses, computer labs, GED and ESL classes. 900 University SE
(505) 224-3000

Community Centers of Albuquerque
22 community centers in Albuquerque that offer recreation, education, cultural activities, health, and fitness and wellness activities. 
(505) 768-2860 
Alamosa Community Center located at 6900 Gonzales Rd. SW 87121 (Bridge & Coors Blvd.)
(505) 836-2760 
Westside Community Center located at 1250 Isleta Blvd. SW 87105 (Arenal & Isleta Blvd.) 
(505) 314-0176 

Westgate Community Center located at 1400 Snow Vista Blvd. SW 87121 (Snow Vista & 86th St.)

(505) 836-8723

CYFD Child Care Assistance
Subsidized child care for those who qualify.
(505) 827-7499

E-Read, Inc
Computer literacy, homework club, computer lab, tutoring.

(505) 232-3134

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Program, Outcomes, Inc.

Monthly support groups, workshops and events, and community resources and referrals for grandparents raising their grandchildren.

(505) 243-2551

John Marshall Health & Social Service Center 
Located at 1500 Walter SW, this community program provides emergency food, clothing, utility & rental assistance.  
(505) 848-1345

New Mexico Kids Child Care Referral
(505) 277-7900

Outcomes, Inc.

Offers psychotherapy and counseling, mediation/conflict resolution, employee assistance program, and career and job assistance.

(505) 243-2551


PB& J Family Services
Classroom based programs, home & community based services, & Families Impacted by Incarceration.   
(505) 877-7060

W.I.N.G.S for L.I.F.E
Free tutoring program, family dinners, and speakers every Monday. 
(505) 291-6412

Safer New Mexico Now 
The New Mexico Child Safety Seat Distribution Program offers education and instruction on safety seat use and provides proper installation at hospitals and healthcare sites around the state. The Program also provides free or low-cost car seats to low-income families who meet requirements. 
(505) 332-7707

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Food & Clothing Assistance

Albuquerque Food Pantries
An online list of food pantries in the Albuquerque area.  

Albuquerque Indian Center
Monthly food commodity distribution, summer breakfast/lunch program, counseling & support services, employment services, and referral assistance.  
(505) 268-1751


APS Community Clothing Bank
Speak with the school counselor, your child's teacher, or the school nurse for referral.
(505) 248-1873

APS Title 1 Homeless Project
Support for families without a home, enrollment assistance, school supplies, school uniforms, after-school tutoring programs.  
(505) 256-8239 ext. 66980

Baptist Church Food Pantry
Food boxes can be collected once a month with no income verification.  812 Fruit Ave. 87102
(505) 247-4781

Calvary Chapel
Emergency food boxes up to three times a year.  4001 Osuna Rd 87109
(505) 344-0880

Department of Senior Affairs
Intake to begin receiving meals for those 60 and older.  714 7th ST SW 87102.

Department of Senior Affairs Nutrition Program
Serves ages 60 and older, home delivered meals.  
(505) 848-1399

Echo Commodity and Supplemental Food Program 
Food for Children Under 6 and Not on WIC.  300 Menaul NE
(505) 242-6777

Food Stamps/SNAP
(505) 841-2300 (3280 Bridge SW 87105 ISD location)

John Marshall Health & Social Service Center 
Located at 1500 Walter SW, this community program provides emergency food, clothing, utility & rental assistance.  
(505) 848-1345

Joy Junction
Meal site: 3 hot meals offered everyday.  4300 2nd St. SW
(505) 877-6967

Locker 505
Student clothing bank that provides appropriate school clothing to kinder-12th grade students in Bernalillo County who are in need.  Hours are Tuesday - Friday 1-4:30 pm.  6020 Constitution Ave NE Ste. 1.
(505) 294-1647 
Contact your child's school counselor, nurse, teacher, or principal for a referral.  

Meals on Wheels of Albuquerque
Home delivered meals.  Subsidized and/or low income food for those who qualify.  
(505) 823-8060

New Mexico Association of Food Banks
Food distribution to various locations around town.  Referral source.  
(505) 214-1066

New Mexico Summer Food
Meals for children during summer months.


Presbyterian Community Health

Free healthy meals in Presbyterian Hospital's cafeteria for children between 3 to 18 years from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week.


Roadrunner Food Bank

Distributes food to partner agencies in the Albuquerque community.

(505) 349-5340 or (575) 523-4390

Salvation Army Albuquerque Social Services
Food boxes.  411 Broadway SE
(505) 765-5395


Steelbridge (formerly the Albuquerque Rescue Mission)
Food boxes for families, meal site, clothing bank, and emergency shelter. 


Administration & Programs

214 Coal SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

(505) 346-4673


Resource Center

2021 Second Street NW

Albuquerque, NM 87102



New Mexico’s largest Food Pantry, clothing.  
106 Broadway SE
(505) 824-6491

St. Vincent de Paul
Food boxes, 1-time rent/utility help. 4301 4th St. NW
(505) 346-1504

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APS Medicaid School Based Services
Help with applying for Medicaid
(505) 855-9820 (bilingual) or (505) 855-5261

Cuidando los Niños
For families experiencing homelessness, provides family support systems, health clinic, early childhood development program, preschool play therapy, parenting education classes, and more.
(505) 843-6899

First Choice Community Healthcare
Affordable primary care, dental care & WIC
(505) 873-7400 (South Valley location)

First Nations Community Healthsource
Primary care, dental, behavioral health, prevention, medicaid enrollment, healthy relationship education, acupuncture.  Free services for American Indians and sliding fee scale for others.  
(505) 262-2481 (Zuni Clinic)

Health Insurance Marketplace
Assists individuals & families in obtaining health insurance.

Healthcare for the Homeless
Clinic, advocacy, and outreach.  
(505) 766-5197

Medicaid / Centennial Care
Eligibility guidelines, application, & information.
(505) 841-2300 Income Support Division (ISD) at 3280 Bridge SW
1-855-637-6574, 1-888-997-2583  

UNM Maternity & Family Planning
Community clinic for women’s general health, family planning services, prenatal care, & child birth classes. All staff members are bilingual.
(505) 445-1596

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Housing & Shelter

Albuquerque Housing Authority
Public Housing, Rental Assistance.  1840 University SE
(505) 764-3920

APS Title 1 Homeless Project
Support for families without a home, enrollment assistance, school supplies, school uniforms, after-school tutoring progams.  
(505) 256-8239 ext. 66980

Barrett Foundation
Emergency night shelter and transitional living programs and services for women and children.
(505) 246-9244

Bernalillo County Housing
Subsidized housing.  1900 Bridge Blvd. SW
(505) 314-0200

Catholic Charities
Rental Assistance Program, housing program for mothers who are homeless, transitional & permanent housing, & housing counseling.  
(505) 724-4670

Cuidando los Ninos
Assistance in finding long or short term housing
(505) 843-6899

Healthcare for the Homeless
Transitional housing for homeless men and women.
(505) 242-4644

John Marshall Health & Social Service Center 
Located at 1500 Walter SW, this community program provides emergency food, clothing, utility & rental assistance.  
(505) 848-1345

Joy Junction
Overnight shelter for families with children & long term emergency shelter for women and children.
(505) 877-6967

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Statewide assistance for utility help

New Day
Shelter for children from 11-17 years old.
(505) 938-1060

New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Emergency shelter for individuals who are victims domestic violence.
(505) 246-9240

S.A.F.E House
Shelter, room & board for victims of domestic violence.
(505) 247-4219, (800) 773-3645

St. Martin’s Hospitality Center
Day shelter for men, women & children.
(505) 843-9405

St. Vincent de Paul
Food boxes, 1-time rent/utility help. 4301 4th St. NW
(505) 346-1504

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Catholic Charities
Free or low-cost immigration and citizenship legal assistance.
(505) 724-4662 or (505) 724-4631

Enlace Comunitario
Life skills classes, ESL, domestic violence and crisis intervention, legal services, and counseling.  
(505) 246-8972

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Information and assistance in applying for citizenship.  

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Jobs & Skills Training

Accion New Mexico
Business loans, networking, training, credit counseling, and coaching to help individuals start, operate, and grow their own businesses.
(505) 243-8844 or (800) 508-7624

Albuquerque Indian Center
Employment services, skill evaluations, resume assistance, career fairs, and job placement.
(505) 268-1751

Cariño Early Childhood Training Program  
Childcare referrals and childcare training. 
(505) 277-1371

Catholic Charities
Adult basic education classes, GED classes, ESL classes,  employment services, job development skills, and social skills training.
(505) 247-0442

Department of Workforce Solutions 
Training, career fairs, career solutions system, and career counseling.
(505) 843-1900

Job Access Reverse Commute Program 
Curb-to-curb transportation for low-income residents to get to a job or to a job training program in Albuquerque.
(505) 843-1930

The Rock at NoonDay (formerly Noon Day Ministry) 
Assistance for homeless individuals in providing uniforms and clothes for employment and bus transportation to job sites. Also assists with job placement for military veterans.
(505) 246-8001

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Legal Services

Law Access New Mexico

Provides a free legal helpline, an online legal assistance service, and legal workshops for low-income New Mexicans to solve civil legal problems.

(505) 998-4529 or 1-800-340-9771

Guardianship Helpline

(505) 217-1660 or 1-800-980-1165


New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty
Advocacy for groups of low-income New Mexicans.  Distributes know-your-rights information, including issues pertaining to immigrant families, health care access, and labor rights.  
(505) 255-2840

New Mexico Legal Aid
Provides free civil legal services to NM residents who qualify based on income and victims of domestic violence, regardless of income.

Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault & Stalking Legal Helpline


Pegasus Legal Services for Children

Serves the civil legal needs of vulnerable children and youth in New Mexico

(505) 244-1101

Southwest Indian Law Clinic
Student attorneys provide representation to Native clients in courts and government agency hearings.
(505) 277-5265