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Financial Assistance, Income Support, Taxes

Organization/Contact Services/Comments Phone            

City of Albuquerque Health & Social Services Centers

Provides emergency utility assistance when funds are available.

(505) 836-8800

(505) 848-1345

(505) 761-4050

(505) 256-2070

Financial Counseling-NM Project for Financial Literacy--CLOSED

Delivers financial education and life skills--CLOSED

 

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) 

Home Education Livelihood Program (HELP)

Provides assistance to Bernalillo County families with paying for utility bills, rent help and it even provides free food vouchers if applicants are not currently receiving food stamps.

(505) 265-3717

Human Services Dept. (State of New Mexico) 

The mission of the Income Support Division is to relieve, minimize or eliminate poverty and to make available certain services for eligible low-income individuals and families through statewide programs of financial assistance, food assistance, employment assistance and training services.  

 

(505) 222-9200

(505) 383-2600

(505) 841-7757

(505) 841-2381

Los Ojos de la Familia

Awards scholarships for post-secondary education or K-12 academic summer or after-school programs based on need, school and community involvement, and academic achievement.

(505) 362-6073

Medical Debt Relief-Pathways and VIDA (projects of Casa de Salud)

Helps consumers apply for assistance with existing medical debt

(505) 907-8311

My Free Taxes

Free online tax filing for individuals or families with a combined income under $60,000

(855) 698-9435

Northeast Albuquerque Income 
Support Division (ISD) Office (SNAP, TANF, LIHEAP)

Apply for food assistance, child support, utility assistance

(505) 222-9200

(505) 222-9650
Fax

Northwest Albuquerque (ISD) Office (SNAP, TANF, LIHEAP)

Apply for food assistance, child support, utility assistance

(505) 841-7700

(505) 841-7754 
Fax

Santa Fe (ISD) Office (SNAP, TANF, LIHEAP)

Apply for food assistance, child support, utility assistance

(505) 476-9200

Society of St. Vincent de Paul

This is a Roman Catholic organization that assists all people, regardless of faith.  It provides assistance with gas, electricity, utility, water bills, and electric bills.

(505) 898-5253 ext 6

Southeast Albuquerque (ISD) Office (SNAP, TANF, LIHEAP)

Apply for food assistance, child support, utility assistance

(505) 383-2600

(505) 383-2105
Fax

Southwest Albuquerque (ISD) Office (SNAP, TANF, LIHEAP)

Apply for food assistance, child support, utility assistance

(505) 841-2300

(505) 841-2381
Fax

St. Martin's Hospitality Center

Assists with Resumes, master applications, on-line applications, cover letter and interview thank you letters.  Job Access (Cab Ride).  Case by case employment assessments and re-assessments.  Financial literacy, mock interviews, dress for success/personal hygiene and provide interview clothing; also assist with job search, job placements, job retention and follow-up.  Job developers pick and bring interns to The Coffee Shop, a job training program to get people work experience and back into the job market.  They also do training to get people within the program the ability to search for jobs online, something many have never had experience with.

(505) 884-4464

Tax Help NM

Volunteer tax preparers are available to meet with residents at locations across the state, including CNM in Albuquerque.

 

UNM El Centro de la Raza

List of scholarships for Hispanics, help with FAFSA in Spanish

(505) 277-5020

VIDA (Vision for Dignity, Access and Accountability in Health Care).

A program of JAZZ for Health (Justice, Access, Support and Solutions for Health), which is an affiliate of Casa de Salud

Advocates for Bernalillo County health "safety net" to cover people who cannot afford insurance but are not low-income enough for Medicaid. Also helps individuals with management and reduction of medical debts

(505) 907-8311

Women's Independence Scholarship Program (WISP)

Scholarship for women who have survived partner abuse, have been separated from abuser for at least one year, have been receiving services from a community agency for at least 6 consecutive months, agency willing to sponsor student

(910) 397-7742

 

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