This resource guide helps homeless, low income, senior citizen and other at-risk communities find the resources they need to survive. The guide is also a valuable resource for case workers and other professionals who work with these at-risk communities.

This resource guide helps homeless, low income, senior citizen and other at-risk communities find the resources they need to survive. The guide is also a valuable resource for case workers and other professionals who work with these at-risk communities.

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El Camino
505-344-1606
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
$175/wk; no kitchenette; with fridge/microwave $185/wk.
Ambassador Inn
505-345-2547
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
$221/wk including tax.
Motel 1
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
$225/wk; $850 w/microwave & fridge.
Tewa Lodge
505-255-1632
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
$200/wk or $620 per month. No kitchenette.
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Resources for pets in Albuquerque
Casa Q
505-872-2099
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Casa Q provides a variety of safe living options and related services for lesbian gay bisexual transgender queer and questioning (LGBTQ+) teens at risk of and/or experiencing homelessness. Call to make referrals; if Casa Qcan't place them they will do their best to help advocate and identify their most supportive options.
Safe House
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Intimate Partner Abuse / Violence shelter for women. Formerly known as Women's Community Association. Can stay for up to 90 days. Must complete an interview to determine eligibility. Call hotline for placement.
Trinity House
505-842-5697
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
On a referral-basis shelter provides two bedrooms for housing guests who are homeless one for families and one for women and children. Breakfast and supper are provided for them during their stay of up to three months. During the day guests are required to fulfill requirements necessary for permanent housing. These could include jobs counseling medical attention etc.
505-344-4340
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Has one residence for men with a total capactiy of 71 beds; 15 beds for VetTran program that allows for extended stay and support. LGBTQ+ presenting as male welcome. Call bedline 344-4340 8:30 M-F; 9:30 Sat./Sun. It is recommended that callers try multiple days as daily exits vary.
Amistad
505-877-0371
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Amistad Crisis Shelter is a short-term (14-30 days) program that provides residential services to youth ages 12-17. It operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year and also offers a 24-hour hotline. If actively looking for work and staying in school stay may be extended for a short period to help transition to a more stable environment. Have on site therapist and case management.
Villa Esperanza
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Intimate Partner Abuse / Violence shelter for women. Call hotline for placement.
Haven House
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Services include: Emergency shelter case management support groups Life-Skills classes legal advocacy referrals to job opportunities housing and other supportive services therapeutic counseling for both women and their children and children's programs.
La Posada
505-252-4676
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Contact Daryl Agnes. Halfway house; has one residence for men and women with a total capacity of 120 beds. Long waitlist. Referral done exclusively by Probation/Parole. Must have deposit ready to be considered.
505-242-3112
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Contact Joyce Takeuchi. Has one residence for men with a total capacity of 42 beds. Our Adult Rehabilitation Program provides assistance to men and women ages 21-64 suffering from drug and alcohol dependence. All treatment costs medical needs accommodations and meals are provided as are GED and parenting classes. The residential program has a minimum required stay of six months to one year.
The Hartley House
575-769-0305
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Shelter for victims of Intimate Partner Abuse / Violence.
St. Elizabeth's
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
28 beds for men. The Men’s Emergency Shelter is a vital part of the St. Elizabeth Shelter Corp. The shelter provides single men a chance to undergo case management have a hot meal for dinner and enjoy the camaraderie built between guests and staff. The shelter has two dormitory style rooms which can accommodate a maximum of 28 individuals with ample space to move around. Aside from the sleeping space the Emergency Men’s Shelter has a laundry room a television room for movies and games a small library a communal dining room and two computer work stations.
Barrett House
505-243-4887
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
30 beds for those recovering from acute medical conditions: Must be referred by UNM or Presbyterian hospitals: Call for more details.
Casa Familia
505-983-2042
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
"10 beds for women and 8 rooms for families with children. Provides emergency shelter meals case management showers laundry mail services clothing and supplies. "
505-452-0907
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
"Capacity is about 45. 24 hr x 7 days/wk entrance. Will pick up any time if possible. Required intent and participation in sponsor and 12 step Recovery program but not required to have active substance use problems to stay there; just to maintain Recovery. On ""Lock Down"" for 3 months if wanting to stay at facility - but free to leave. After 3 months may begin working. Free program. Men & Women (3-6 months Treatment Program) 2 meals a day; Regular AA/NA meetings. Snacks. Clothing. Hygeine. ID support. Some transportation support. Unofficial detox (not medical center). Sleep on floor; blankets provided. Children not allowed. "
Manna Outreach
575-397-1155
mannaoutreach@valornet.com
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Religious based shelter. Manna Outreach is a Christian non-profit organization 501(c)(3). Our goals include providing shelter, clothes, food, and assistance to people in or passing through Lea County who are truly in need of such help due to circumstances beyond their control and have fallen through the cracks of government assistance. We also minister this assistance to those who are homeless and/or hungry due to their lifestyle choices with the addition of mentoring them toward independence through work opportunities and resource stewardship training. Thereby we do not create dependent or co-dependent relationships with our agency, but work to break the bonds of entrapment in people's lives through the ministry principles of love and Jesus Christ.
The Dorm (Flyer)
505-379-1677
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
"Contact Judy. $395.00/ mo. $100 deposit. Have a furnished room; set of bedding and pillow when they move in. #54 bus stops out front. Also has 2 Duplex units: $490/mo plus gas & electric. Deposit is $100 to $250. Has full kitchen and bath of their own. Some furnishings."
Mulligan House
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Transitional housing for those leaving incarceration; provides engaging and nonjudgmental housing for men with felonies. Email Mail or Fax for contact. PO Box 50344 Albuquerque NM 87123
505-232-9895
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
CdP - Casa de Phoenix is a long-term co-ed addiction residential recovery program for those persons with substance mis-use and co-occurring mental issues. Treatment includes individual therapy group therapy coping and life skills education and case management services to help individuals utilize community resources and find housing. Take VI-SPDAT then see Intake specialist upstairs to determine eligibility.
505-985-3399
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
"Room Rates:$100.00 non refundable deposit. $440.00 per bed for shared living $500.00 for private room (when availiable). *Shared rooms. Most houses have 2 beds to each room. We do have one house that has a single room. *Curfews 10 oclock week days-Midnight weekends. *Includes utilities"
505-231-1852
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
$110/week rooms with beds (2 beds/room) bedding television cable and internet. Shared kitchen & responsibilities. Verifiable employment or funds. No sex offenders. Call Hank
505-231-1852
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
$110/week rooms with beds (2 beds/room) bedding television cable and internet. Shared kitchen & responsibilities. Verifiable employment or funds. No sex offenders. Call Hank
Hoffman Hall
505-265-5122
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Substance Abuse Supportive Living (Transitional)
Recovery House
505-401-9447
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Contact Richard Rivera. Has two residences for men with a total capacity of 29 beds
505-884-8856
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
"Affordable transitional housing. Self-development training. Suitable for homeless and low-income women who are motivated to become self-sufficient. 1. Must be a single Mom with Children 2. Must be working 32 hours or more a week or going to school full time or a combination of the both. 3. Verification of income proving that you will be financially able to pay rent each month $310.00 or $385.00. 4. Cannot bring your boyfriend husband or significant other to the property."
Maya's Place
505-266-0110
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Contact Stacy Bayard. Transitional living for women who have a dual diagnosis and are being released from incarceration. Have to be referred by probation/parole within NM Corrections. Not able to accommodate children. Up to 15 capacity. Download applications at ww.crossroadsabq.org
Pavillions
505-865-2249
10/22/2018 7:53:04 PM
Contact Cory Lee. Transitional living for women who have a dual diagnosis and are being released from incarceration. Up to 25 capacity; Have to be referred by probation/parole within NM Corrections. Not able to accommodate children. Download applicatons at ww.crossroadsabq.org