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Crisis Support (for Emotional, Mental, or Substance Misuse Support)

988 New Mexico

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Albuquerque has set up four public relief centers (Health and Social Service Centers) to help support people with food or hygiene products; there is one in each quadrant of the city (see below).

Alamosa Health & Social Service Center – (505) 836-8800

Los Griegos Health & Social Service Center – (505) 761-4050

John Marshall Health & Social Service Center – (505) 848-1345

East Central Health & Social Service Center – (505) 767-5700

APS is providing grab-and-go meals to anyone 18 years of age and under: locations and hours

Roadrunner Food Bank

Resources for 2SLGBTQI+ Community Members

Albuquerque Pride

Grupo de colores LGBTQ+

Equality New Mexico

DETOUR Collaborative for Underserved Indigenous Relatives

DETOUR Collaborative Services

Resources for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deaf-Blind Community Members

Deaf-New Mexico (COPD-NM): submit a request via email or phone ( or 505-255-7636) 

The New Mexico Commission for Deaf & Hard of Hearing (; 505-228-7710, voice; 505-435-9319, VP for sign language users)

Nonprofit Partners

EC recognizes that shaping a community of care requires intentional, authentic partnerships that center community members’ voices and lived experiences. EC is grateful to collaborate with local, state, and national entities whose social services and community-focused missions support immigrants and DV survivors, so as to provide non-duplicative services. Some of our local partners include:

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