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Affordable Colleges Online

Information, resources, curricula, and student organizations is provided, as well as candid interviews with the LGBTQ community leaders to help alleviate some of the worries that LGBTQ students may have when it comes to post secondary education. 



Agora Crisis Center

Sometimes it's hard to talk about our problems with family and friends.  As trained crisis hotline specialists, our volunteers are ready to provide compassionate, non-judgmental help for anyone in need or emotional support.

(505) 277-3013

(855) 505-4505

A New Awakening

A New Awakening, Inc., is a place of healing; we offer many preventive and complimentary service to restore balance to your life. If you are coping with physical, emotional stress, we have the right services for you.

(505) 224-9124

Comprehensive Health & Well-being Guide

The world has changed a lot in the past few years for lesbian, gay, transgender and questioning individuals, for the better in a lot of ways.  Yet, significant challenges remain in the quest for equality and it's effects on well-being.

(888) 645-1617

Disability, Substance Abuse & Addiction

A colorful award-winning lifestyle magazine.  New Mobility encourages the integration of active wheelchair users into mainstream society with articles on health, advocacy, employment, relationships, and more.  Our mission is to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities and to help with disorders, abuse, and addiction.


Eight Ways to Prevent Relapse

In many 12-step programs, there is an adage, "Relapse is part of my story, but it doesn't have to be part of my recovery."  The truth is, there are many men and women who get clean and sober and stay clean and sober without suffering a relapse.  The following 8 ways will help you with relapse.


Equality New Mexico (EGNM)

EQNM is a statewide education and advocacy organization that works for full recognition of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender civil rights.  EQNM works throughout the state to end discrimination, shape public opinion and policy, as well as strengthen our alliances with local, regional, and national partners.  The organization is based in Albuquerque and has many volunteer opportunities for LGBTQ individuals and allies.


Flag Albuquerque

Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) is a national organization that promotes the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons, as well as their families and friends. PFLAG provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity. The Albuquerque chapter of PFLAG meets the third Tuesday of every month from 7:00-9:30 pm at the First Congregational Church, 2801 Lomas Blvd NE, on the corner of Lomas and Girard.


Financial Burdens of Mental Health and Addiction Treatment

Financial Resources - many individuals are unaware that there is mental health and addiction support available from the community and other resources for those who are unable to pay for their mental healthcare.  Some of the available resources can include....


Healing after the Passing of your Parent

Mourning the passing of a parent is raw and emotional volatile.  Whether you are a child, a teen or an adult when they pass, the pain is both physical and emotional, and it's ebbs and flows over time in unpredictable ways.  The emotional turmoil you may feel when dealing with the death of someone close is what many psychologists call the stages of grief.  Here are 5 stages of grief and understanding them.


(866) 625-5217

National Alliance on Mental Health

Disclosing a Mental Health Condition to Others.  Ideally, the people around you will understand your illness and encourage you.  But the important people in your life might not know much about mental illness.  They may want to help you, but not know how to help.  You can give family and friends a better chance to help by thinking ahead how to tell them about your mental illness.

(800) 950-6264

National Crime Prevention Council

How Parents Can Prevent Drug Abuse.  Research shows that the main reason that kids don't use alcohol, tobacco, or drugs is because of their parents - because of there positive influence and because they know it would disappoint them.  That's why it is important that parents build a strong relationship with their kids and talk to them about substance abuse - the sooner the better!  The good news is it's easy to do!  Here are a few ways you can build a positive relationship with your kids and start talking to them about drugs.




The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) community faces mental health conditions just like the rest of the population.  Knowing what challenges you may face as a member of the LGBTQ community and how to find and work with LGBTQ inclusive providers can help ensure more positive outcomes.

(800) 950-6164

New Mexico AIDS Services

New Mexico AIDS Services works to enhance the quality of life for people and communities affected by HIV/AIDS through innovative and comprehensive services, support and prevention education. New Mexico AIDS Services offers free and anonymous HIV testing, as well as free and confidential screenings for Syphilis and Hepatitis. New Mexico AIDS Services is located at 625 Truman NE, near the intersection of Lomas and San Mateo.


New Mexico Solutions

Our services are specifically formed to compassionately meet therapeutic needs of individuals from every walk of life.

(505) 268-0701

Learn How LGBTQ

This guide provides information and resources for LGBTQ students and anyone else devoted to the goal of LGBTQ acceptance and affirmation, from apps to campus organizations.  There is help, assistance and encouragement, for they  are there for the taking.


The Comprehensive Guide to Home Accessibility for People with Disabilities in Recovery

If your disability-from cognitive to physical-arose after seeking help for your addiction, you may not be aware of important home modifications you need in order to be comfortable and confident during recovery.  Here are 4 ways you can mix modifications to support both mental and physical health.


The Guide to Keeping your home through debilitating disease

Chronic, and often debilitating diseases can be devastating for those who have the illnesses and their families.  Not only are the physical symptoms and side effects of those diseases difficult and life altering, but treating them can take a huge financial toll on families.  Here are 4 ways to help you through those times.


Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico

The Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico is being established in order to provide support, education, information, and assistance to the transgender population in the state of New Mexico and their families and loved ones.


UNM LGBTQ Resource Center

 Through safety, education, advocacy, and support, the LGBTQ Resource Center serves as a physical environment from which LGBTQ visibility can grow.  The number of resources offered within the Resource Center's physical space, as well as services that reach out further into the community.  


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