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Best Chance

Best Chance helps formerly incarcerated men lead productive and rewarding lives while significantly reducing recidivism.  We provide vital services, material support, referrals, information and training proven to reduce stress of transitioning to "life on the outside."  Our services are provided by well-trained peers working closely with a broad spectrum of vocational, healthcare, mental health, social welfare, business, spiritual, educational, and motivational volunteers and professionals. This is a Prison re-entry not a Jail re-entry.

(505) 985-6184

(505) 256-3231

CNM Guide to Majors for Students with Felony Convictions 

Lists CNM major programs and identifies those with "no known barriers" to employment, potential barriers, and majors not recommended for those with a felony conviction.

 

Crossroads for Women

For homeless women and women recently released from incarceration with co-occurring mental health or substance abuse issues. Provides housing, case management, counseling, vocational services, and day programs. Requires a referral.

(505) 242-1010

Endorphin Power Company

Transitional living for men and women experiencing homelessness as a result of substance abuse. Website offers application for housing.

(505) 268-3372

Father's Building Futures

To ensure parents and families experiencing barriers from incarceration have the best opportunity for stability--emotionally, socially and financially

Kairos Outside--program of Kairos Prison Ministry of New Mexico

For female loved ones age 20 and older of men and women who are or have been incarcerated in any state or federal correctional facility. Offers a weekend retreat in Capitan, NM where women support each other and learn coping techniques, as well as local weekly support groups in various NM locations. Christian focus.

La Posada

(no website)

Transitional living home with healthy living and life skills classes. Sex offenders and dual-diagnosis clients considered on a case-by-case basis.

(505) 242-5606

Metropolitan Detention Center Resource Re-entry Center The Resource Re-entry Center (RRC) is the first stop for individuals released from the Metropolitan Detention Center as they reintegrate into the community. It will help former inmates navigate the transition from jail back into society by offering access to the services and support they may need to stabilize, stay healthy, regain self-sufficiency and break the cycle of recidivism.

(505) 468-7832

New Hope

(no website)

Halfway house "Men Only"

(505) 712-7029

PB&J Family Services

Five programs targeted specifically to incarceration-related family support, as well as other family services.

(505) 877-7060

A Peaceful Habitation

Transitional housing for recently paroled women. Christian orientation. Teaches life skills and choice-making. Provides mentoring and referrals to community agencies.

(505) 440-5937

Precious Gifts

Women's halfway house that requires participation in a 12-step recovery program, counseling, community service, and work or school attendance. Minimum 3-month commitment.

(505) 688-6408

Recovery House

Men's halfway house for age 25 and up. Does not accept sex offenders or active gang members.

(505) 550-6371

Sangre de Cristo house

( no website)

Transitional living for women 18-37 in recovery from substance abuse disorders. Located in Peña Blanca, west of Santa Fe. Welcomes women in recovery transitioning from correctional facilities back into the community. (A project of Interfaith LEAP) 

(505) 465-2040 

Serenity

(no website)

Halfway house

(505) 307-2375

SOAR / HIRE (NM Department of Labor)

 "Information about State Department of Labor resources may be of interest to:

• potential employers looking for incentives to hire individuals with criminal histories;

• service providers and individuals with criminal histories who are looking for assistance in finding employment; and

• researchers and policy makers looking at current programs to ascertain what programs are effective and serve their intended purpose."

(505) 841-8501

St. Martin's Hospitality Center

Heading Home Program: shelter plus care for people with chronic mental illness or substance abuse. Dismas House program for people re-entering society from incarceration.

(505) 764-8231

 

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