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All Faiths Receiving Home, Inc

All Faiths' goal is to provide services to children and their families in a healthy environment which includes education, treatment, advocacy, food, clothing, and supportive and nurturing caregivers

(505) 271-0329

APN Family Support Center

Supervised visits or exchanges

(505) 242-1414

Athletic Youth Development Group (Los Ojos de la Familia)

Helps children from low-income neighborhoods excel and succeed through sports by partnering with community sports organizations to provide half-scholarships for children to participate in boxing, Tae Kwan Do, Isshin Ru, and more.

(505) 362-6073

BabyNet (Center for Development and Disability Information Network)

Working to enhance support systems for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

(800) 552-8195

Care Net

Diapers, infant and maternity clothing, formula

(505) 880-0882

Carino Early Childhood
Training Program

Part of New Mexico Kids Network

(505) 277-1371

Catholic Charities

Early childhood education

(505) 247-0442

Children's Community Mental Health Clinic

Services available include evaluation/assessment, group/individual therapy, medication management, substance abuse treatment, case management, and psychological testing.

(505) 761-6600

Children's Grief Center

Support groups for ages 5-25 who are grieving the loss of a loved one. Free services.

(505) 323-0478

Child Protective Services

Provides child protective and other child welfare services throughout New Mexico. Administration is centralized, with services provided through 29 county offices located within five designated regions.

(505) 827-8400
(855) 333-7233

 

Child Support Info Center

(800) 288-7207 (in NM)

(800) 585-7631 (from out-of-state)

City of Albuquerque Childcare & Family Development Programs

Children 0-5 years of age: Head Start, Child Development, and Pre-K programs

(505) 767-6560

City of Albuquerque Health and Social Service Centers 

Diapers available (and many other City social services)

Alamosa (SW) (505) 836-8800

East Central (SE and some NE) (505) 256-2070

John Marshall (SE) (505) 848-1345

Los Griegos (NW and some NE) (505) 761-4050 

City of Albuquerque Summer Programs and Services for Children

Links to Summer free fun events, food programs, therapeutic recreation for children and youth with disabilities

Children-Youth-Families

A new tool that aggregates services available for families in need and make it easy to find out what they're eligible for and how to take advantage.

1-(800) 691-9067

CYFD (Children, Youth and Families Department)

Visit website for a list of services.

(505) 841-4800

(800) 832-1321

Cuidando Los Niños/CLNkids

Services for homeless children and parents, including early childhood education, job and life skills training for parents

(505) 843-6899

Dept. of Education Resource Guide--Supporting Undocumented Youth

 

Legal guidelines and tips for elementary and secondary education teachers and counselors; tips for higher education institutions; state aid policies; opportunities for financial aid, scholarships, and federally funded adult education programs; and information about migrant student records. 

 

El Ranchito de los Niños

Keeps siblings together, alternative to foster care

(505) 565-4470

Foster Care tuition and general fees waiver

 

Students in foster care can bring letter of proof from CYFD to CNM Admissions for waiver

 

(505) 841-7786 (CYFD Contact)

(505) 224-3160 (CNM Admissions) 

Intel NM Site Childcare Resource and Referral Office

Referrals to child care centers and home care in client's area. Email is best contact.

(505) 893-6006

Kids Bowl Free

Local lanes give 2 free bowling games per day during summer

(888) 342-2594

Neutral Corner

Supervised exchanges and visits

(505) 255-0007

New Day Youth and Family Services-Administrative Offices(multiple services)

Safe home, clinical services, life skills education

(505) 260-9912

New Day Safe Home 

Residential program for youth ages 11-17

(505) 938-1060

New Mexico Family Network

Supports children and families with mental and behavioral health issues through a wide range of services and information 

(505) 265-0430 

NMCAN 

Advocacy resource for students who have been in foster care 

(505) 217-0220 

NM Kids

Childcare referrals and ratings, info for providers and parents about childcare in NM

(505) 277-7900

(800) 691-9067

Parents Reaching Out

Networking, education, and assistance with program applications for parents of children with developmental delays, medical conditions

(505) 247-0192

People Helping People

Diapers, clothing, food assistance. Serving Rio Rancho for over 20 years.

(505) 615-1951

Runaway Hotline (National)

Runaway Hotline Switchboard (National)

(800) 231-6946

(800) 621-4000

Salvation Army

Collects and distributes holiday gifts for children

(505) 761-9818
(505) 881-4292
(505) 247-2462
(505) 765-5395
(505) 254-1778

Support Kids

Helps collect child support (private agency)

(800) 691-5437

Teen Parent Residence

City of Albuquerque residence program for teens age 15-21 who are enrolled in high school or working toward GED

(505) 265-7309

(505) 767-6500

Toys for Tots

Collects and distributes holiday gifts for children (register to receive toys)

(505) 836-8844

Tres Manos (CNM)

Day care center for children 3-5, apply at Financial Aid

(505) 224-3090

Trumbull Family Resource Center

$20 copay for car seat, by appt. only. Also houses Early Head Start program for children under 3 and pregnant women.

(505) 256-2005

UNM Children's Campus for 
Early Care and Education

Low-cost or free child care for children of UNM students, staff and faculty (Pre-K program only-open to public)

(505) 277-3365

UNM Young Children's Health Center

Must live in 87108 or 87123 zip code

(505) 272-9242

YDI (Youth Development, Inc.)

Visit the website for a list of multiple services

(505) 831-6038

YDI Head Start

(505) 212-7284

 

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