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Albuquerque Indian Center

Employment and training services, counseling and prevention activities, phone usage, legal assistance, food assistance, referrals for food and clothing, notary services, photocopies, fax service.

(505) 268-5770

(505) 268-1751

American Indian Graduate Center

Scholarships and fellowships for Native Americans in undergraduate and graduate studies. Includes assistance for conference travel, information on internship opportunities, and more.

(505) 881-4584

(800) 628-1920

APS Indian Education Department

Must be tribally enrolled. Native American Studies and Leadership, reading and math intervention, Native language and values programs.

(505) 884-6392

Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women

Training in anti-oppression, domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, effects of domestic violence on children; community outreach and education; resource information and materials for Native women; grant and funding information.

(505) 243-9199

Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council, Inc.

Coalition of Nambe, Picuris, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Ohkay Owingeh, Tesuque, Santa Clara, and Taos pueblos. Offers economic, educational, and social programs and support to Pueblo members, including food distribution, Head Start, senior programs, domestic violence support groups and intervention, assistance with application for public benefits, Butterfly Healing residential treatment center and outpatient counseling, Circle of Life health centers in Espanola and Albuquerque, and more.

(505) 747-1593

First Nations Community Health Source

Culturally competent, comprehensive health services integrating traditional values to enhance the physical, spiritual, emotional and mental well being of American Indian/Alaska Native families and other underserved populations, such as people who are homeless, residing in Albuquerque and surrounding areas. Includes medical, dental, behavioral health, traditional healing, alternative therapies, domestic violence education, and more.

(505) 262-2481

Morning Star (Urban Indian Advocacy) -- CLOSED

CLOSED--Community based advocacy program serving Indian women and children. Provides safety, advocacy, education and support for victims of domestic violence.

 

NAPPR (Native American Professional Parent Resources)

For Native American pregnant women and new mothers (children up to age 3, may be extended to age 5) --home visitation program, dental for children, early Head Start, early intervention. Some services are available statewide, some are restricted to certain counties.

(505) 345-6289

National Indian Youth Council

Career and employment guidance, job search and development, classroom and workplace training services. For youth 18 or older, with proof of Native American ancestry, living off the reservation, low-income, and unemployed or underemployed. Offices in Albuquerque, Farmington, and Gallup.

Albuquerque

(505) 247-2251

Farmington

(505) 327-5341

Gallup

(505) 863-6639

Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI)

Educational institution serving American Indian and Alaskan Native students.

(505) 346-2338

(800) 586-7474

SIPI Family Extension & Education Program

Sponsors workshops on various topics of interest in child development, health, financial, nutrition, education.

(505) 922-4090

UNM Native American Studies

(505) 277-3917

 

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