Shelters, Domestic Violence, and Homelessness Resources

OVERNIGHT SHELTERS                               (Updated 1/28/2021)

Any of these shelters may close temporarily to new guests due to COVID-19 and/or may require COVID test before stay

Shelters

  • Heading Home: (see headinghome.org/programs)

  • Westside Emergency Housing Ctr (adult Men & Women) The Center is open 24/7 under COVID (3 meals/day) Pickups for individuals: Coronado Park (2-7 pm 7 days/wk)

  • God’s Warehouse (5:30pm 7 days), HopeWorks, Sun-Fri 5:30), Steelbridge, 2021 2nd St NW (north of I-40) – only women & phys. disabled (Sat-Fri: 4, 5 & 7:30); these  parks  (4  pm  7  days/wk): Phil Chacon, Jack & Jill, Wilson; First Nations clinic (4:45 pm) Families may or may not be allowed to stay due to COVID-19 & should call 595-6547 to find out & ask about a motel room

  • AOC Men’s Shelter (no walk-ins), 715 Candelaria NE

--call 8:30 am (M-F) or 9:30 am (Sat/Sun)............................. 505-344-4340

  • Barrett House (women & children -- boys under 18)

--call 8:00 am or later (may be a waitlist).............................. 505-243-4887

  • Joy Junction (women & families (1 or 2 parent), limited # of men)

--4500 2nd St. SW (call to find out if open)........................ 505-877-6967

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Youth Shelters (or Youth Drop-In)*

*NOTE: look for * for young people’s services

  • Amistad, ages 12–17 (24 hours)................................................ 505-877-0371

  • New Day, ages 11–17 (24 hours)............................................... 505-938-1060

  • Casa Q (for LGBTQ+ youth ages 14-17)................................. 505-872-2099

  • Harbour Drop-In (14-21) (Tu-F 9am-7pm) 126 Gen. Chennault NE

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Domestic Violence Shelters (call 24/7)

  • Safe House (in Albuquerque)................................................................................ 505-247-4219

  • Haven House (in Rio Rancho)............................................................................. 505-896-4869

  • Valencia Shelter for DV (in Valencia County)................................................ 505-864-1383

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Meal Sites

  • HopeWorks, 1201 3rd St. NW …………………… 505-764-8231 x2 Mon-Fri: Breakfast (9-10 am); Lunch (12-1 pm); Dinner (5-6 pm) Sat: Dinner (5-6 pm); Sun: Meal to go (10:30-11:30 am)

--Note: campus is open Sat (2:30-6:30 pm) and Sun (7-11 am)

  • The Rock at Noon Day, 2400 2nd St. NW

Tues-Fri and Sun: Lunch (12-12:30); Sun (11:30)

  • Albuquerque Indian Center, 105 Texas SE........................ 505-268-1751

Mon thru Fri: Breakfast (9:00-10:00); Lunch (noon-1:00)

  • Good Shepherd Center, 218 Iron SW …..…505-243-2527 x100

Mon thru Fri: Dinner (3-4pm); Sat: Lunch (11:30 am)

  • All Nations Wellness & Healing Center, 6416 Zuni SE Mon to Fri: Breakfast (7:30-9:00); Lunch (12-1:30)     505-717-2704

  • God’s Warehouse, 8011 Central NE (Tennessee)

Tues and Fri: 3-6:30 pm hot meal (+ cold meal to go); clothing Sat: 8 pm hot meal (7pm church) Sun hot meal (after 5pm church) Pastor Chuck: 505-234-4251 (answers calls M-F 8-5 only)

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Family Services

  • Childcare Finder: newmexicokids.org or call…1-800-691-9067 Title I (APS program for homeless students) …. 505-256-8239 x0

  • Cuidando los Ninos (CLN) homeless child care ……. 505-843-6899

(for ages 6 weeks to pre-K)

  • MCH Family Outreach (case management)............................. 505-255-8740

  • WIC sign-up (prenatal care + nutritious food) ……. 505-841-8929 x4

  • Kinship Navigator (Pegasus Law) 1-855-546-1212 (855- KIN-1212)

(for grandparents and other relatives raising children)

  • PB&J Family Services............................................................ 505-877-7060

  • NAPPR (Native American families) www.nappr.org....................... 505-345-6289

  • YDI (childcare & youth programs)........................... 505-352-3444

  • PB&J Family Services........................................................... 505-877-7060

  • Wings for L.I.F.E. Int’l (families of incarcerated & RC)..................................505-291-6412

  • Family Promise (homeless parents—transitional Housing—may  be a waitlist).................................................................................... 505-268-0331

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Immigrant and Refugee Services

  • Lutheran Family Services……………………...…505-933-7032

  • Catholic Charities (including DACA)…..................505-724-4670

  • NM Immigrant Law Center……………….......……505-247-1023

  • First Nations Zuni Clinic 5608 Zuni Road SE ….….505-262-2481 --all immigrants can walk in or call

  • Encuentro NM ………………………………………….505-247-2920

  • Asian Family Center …………………………………505-717-2877

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Food Assistance

  • Storehouse, 106 Broadway SE (W-Sat 9-12)................... 505-842-6491

  • Rio Grande Food Project 600 Coors SW (M/W/F/Sat) 505-831-3778 Salvation Army, 4301 Bryn Mawr Dr. NE …..…… 505-872-1171, x2 Meals on Wheels................................................................................................ 505-823-8060

  • City of ABQ Dept. of Senior Affairs (60+)........................ 505-764-6400

  • Silver Horizons (50+) (food, utilities)......................... 505-884-3881

  • Roadrunner Food Bank (www.rrfb.org) or call.......................... 505-349-5340

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Housing

  • Housing Coordinated Entry (NMCEH)................................ 505-217-9570

  • HUD Subsidized/Tax Credit housing: www.resources.hud.gov Albuquerque Housing Authority (abqha.org)  505-764-3920

--1840 University SE

  • Bernalillo County Housing Dept. (bernco.gov/housing)

--1900 Bridge SW............................................... 505-314-0200

  • Veteran Integration Center (VIC), 13032 Central SE .........505-265-0512

  • Therapeutic Living Services (TLS)-mental illness............. 505-268-5295

  • Goodwill Supportive Services for Veteran Families

Apply at goodwillnm.org/veteran-housing……. 881-6401 x1842

Transitional Housing

  • Oxford Houses (sober living) (men & women) … 575-224-9711 Good Shepherd Center Fresh Start 6+mo. Substance Use Recovery Program (male or male presenting) 505-243-2527 x202 Salvation Army Men’s Rehab Program            505-242-3112

  • Steelbridge residential programs (Bible-based, men & women)

--214 Coal SW (call first M-F 8:30-4:30)..................................... 505-346-4673

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Legal Assistance

  • NM Legal Aid (civil matters only)................................. 1-833-545-4357

  • Public Defender, 505 Marquette NW (Compass Bank).............................. 505-369-3600

  • Metro Court (ext. 1 for warrant status)........................................ 505-841-8151

  • Outreach Court (homeless only--misdemeanors)....................... 505-273-1105

 

Medical, Mental Health and Recovery

Victims of Violence

  • Family Advocacy Center (FAC) – any violence, inc. stalking

--625 Silver SW (2nd floor) – calls taken........................... 505-243-2333

  • Domestic Violence Resource Center (in FAC)

-- (M-F 8-5, appointment only, but  call 24/7)........................ 505-248-3165

  • National DV phone no. (24 hours)............................. 1-800-799-7233

  • Rape Crisis Center (2 offices -- one is in Family Advocacy Ctr)

--625 Silver SW (2nd flr) - call first (M-F 8-5)........................... 505-266-7712

--Rape Crisis Center’s 24/7 hotline............................. 505-266-7711

  • Enlace Comunitario (DV-Espanol)...................................... 505-246-8972

  • Casa Forteleza (sexual violence).......................................... 505-910-4031

  • StrongHearts Native Helpline

--(native women) (6 am - 9 pm).................................. 1-844-762-8483

  • First Nations (FNCH) programs: DV 262-6043

--Human Trafficking.... (705-3356); Sex Trafficking..... 505-375-8518

--VOCA (for all other victims of crime)------------ 505-375-8514

  • Street Safe NM (sex trafficked women).................... 505-999-1393

  • Life Link trafficking hotline: 505-GET-FREE (505-438-3733)

victims of trafficking call or text (& info for general public)

 

Other Crisis Hotlines/Helplines

  • Poison Center/Medication Info.................................... 1-800-222-1222

  • NMCAL Crisis Line 24/7 (therapist)................................. 1-855-662-7474

  • NMCAL Warm Line (peer support).................................. 1-855-466-7100

----------Call 3:30-11:30 pm 7 days/week; or text 6-11 pm

(Download NMConnect app for easy access to NMCAL)

  • Agora 24/7 Crisis Line............................................................... 505-277-3013

  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline............................. 1-800-273-8255

  • Veterans Crisis Line …………………...… 1-800 273-8255, x1

  • Adult Abuse/Neglect Hotline.................................................... 505-476-4912

  • Child Abuse/Neglect Hotline (CYFD) …1-855-333-SAFE(7233)

  • ABQ Dept. of Senior Affairs info line............................. 505-764-6400

  • Aging & Disability Resource Ctr (NMALTSD) 1-800-432-2080

  • Equality New Mexico (LGBTQ advocacy: eqnm.org) 505-224-2766

****CALL 311 for info about any City of ABQ services****

  • City of Albuquerque Health & Social Services Centers (HSSC) – one in each quadrant of ABQ

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Community Centers

  • Alamosa Center, 6900 Gonzales SW..................................... 505-836-8807

  • Los Griegos Center, 1231 Candelaria NW............................ 505-761-4050

  • John Marshall Center, 1500 Walter SE................................ 505-848-1345

  • East Central Center, 7525 Zuni SE........................................ 505-767-5700

Food (walk-in) (call 311 to find out which center serves your residential address)

Clothing & diapers only at these centers: Los Griegos and East Central (available to anyone in Albuquerque regardless of address, but call for appointment)

Rent & utility assistance (call 311 to find out which center serves your residential address,, then call ctr for screening)

See cabq.gov/family/services/health-social-services for listing of on-site agencies at each center (appt only now)

This list is for information purposes.  The Treehouse does not endorse any of the following programs. To have your listing added to this please email playtherapy@treehousenm.com