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Links to
Helpful Resources

Note: Click on a name to navigate to an external website.


Aging and Disability Resource Center
Assists elders, persons with disabilities and caregivers to find services and resources to help them live well and independently

Agora Crisis Center :: Ready to provide compassionate, non-judgmental listening for anything you want to discuss.

Albuquerque Alcoholics Anonymous :: A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

American Psychiatric Association :: APA is the voice and conscience of modern psychiatry. Its member physicians work together to ensure humane care and effective treatment for all persons with mental disorders, including intellectual disabiities and substance use disorders.

American Psychological Association :: APA’s mission is to advance the creation, communication and application of psychological knowledge to benefit society and improve people’s lives.

Bernalillo County Community Health Council  :: Improving the health and quality of life in Bernalillo County through education building, health assessment and planning, and convening community action.

Bernalillo County Pathways to a Healthy Community :: Pathways is designed to reduce unmet needs, address health inequities, and improve the overall health of the residents of Bernalillo County.

City of Albuquerque Department of Senior Affairs
Offers activities, senior meal program, transportation services, age-related information

Community Health & Social Services Directory :: Bi-lingual search tool for local services and resources in New Mexico related to: health, social services, education, legal services, transportation, and community centers/recreation.

Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance :: DBSA Albuquerque is a peer-led support organization with regular, ongoing Depression and Bipolar “Support Groups.”

East Central Ministries :: Committed to living out our faith by partnering with our vulnerable neighbors to cultivate solutions, development and transformation in the southeast “International District” of Albuquerque, NM.

Endorphin Power Company :: Providers of transitional housing for persons with substance abuse problems, and the homeless, as well as a clean and sober living environment where residents can reach their goals.

Enlace Comunitario :: A social justice organization led by Latina immigrants in Central New Mexico.

Help Starts Here :: A source for advice and inspiring stories from the National Association of Social Workers, our kind of people!

IDEAS in Psychiatry :: Whether it’s because a parent suffers from dementia, a child has severe behavioral problems or a coworker is overwhelmed by depression, everyone in our society feels the impact of mental illness. And yet most people are hesitant — or don’t know how — to talk about it. They don’t know where to seek advice or from whom.

Media Literacy Project :: Advancing education and advocacy for media justice. Our vision is a world where all people and communities have affordable access to utilize any and all media tools to ensure their self-determination and a healthy media landscape.

MyCommunityNM.org :: Bi-lingual search tool for local services and resources in New Mexico related to: health, social services, education, legal services, transportation, and community centers/recreation.

NAMI – Albuquerque :: The Albuquerque Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness has as its purpose to stimulate the development of needed services for persons with mental illness through support, education and advocacy.

NASW – NM Chapter :: Weaving the social work profession together to serve our culturally diverse populations by embracing social justice and inspiring social change.

National Institute of Mental Health :: Transforming the understanding and treatment of mental illness through research, paving the way for prevention, recovery, and cure.

New Mexico Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association
Provides information, support and services to the 38,000 New Mexicans who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, their families and caregivers

NM Center on Law and Poverty :: Dedicated to advancing economic and social justice through education, advocacy and litigation. We work with low-income New Mexicans to improve living conditions, increase opportunities and protect the rights of people living in poverty.

NM Coalition Against Domestic Violence :: Providing statewide leadership as a voice for victims and survivors of domestic violence and the programs that serve them. We advocate for positive social change, provide training, build alliances, secure resources and develop public policy to eliminate domestic violence.

NM Immigrant Law Center :: New Mexico’s only provider of legal assistance to low-income immigrant families facing separation due to deportation, asylum seekers, and unaccompanied minors.

NM Voices for Children :: The mission is to champion public policies that improve the status and well-being of New Mexico’s children, families, and communities in the areas of health, education, and economic security through credible research and effective advocacy.

OptumHealth New Mexico :: Manages benefits statewide for the New Mexico Behavioral Health Collaborative. We are a mental health, substance use, and recovery resource for all New Mexicans.

Parents Reaching Out :: A statewide non-profit organization that works with parents, caregivers, educators and other professionals to promote healthy, positive and caring experiences for New Mexico families and children.

Rio Grande Narcotics Anonymous :: A non-profit, non-professional fellowship of addicts helping addicts.

Roadrunner Food Bank :: Serving New Mexico’s hungry since 1980.

Somos Un Pueblo Unido :: (Bi-lingual site) Founded in 1995 to protect and expand immigrants’ rights in New Mexico—the only community-based and immigrant-led organization actively committed to preparing immigrant leaders to promote worker and racial justice.

Southwest Organizing Project :: Founded to empower communities in the SouthWest to realize racial and gender equality and social and economic justice.

Southwest Women’s Law Center :: The mission is to create the opportunity for women to realize their full economic and personal potential by: eliminating gender bias, discrimination and harassment; lifting women and their families out of poverty; and ensuring that all women have full control over their reproductive lives through access to comprehensive reproductive health services and information.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Admin :: SAMHSA provides leadership and devotes its resources – programs, policies, information and data, contracts and grants- toward helping the Nation act on the knowledge that: behavioral health is essential for health; prevention works; treatment is effective; and people recover from mental and substance use disorders.

US Food and Drug Administration :: An invaluable resource for protecting and promoting your health.

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