Organization/Contact Services/Comments Phone            

ABQ Family Advocacy Center (AFAC)


(505) 243-2333

Adult Protective Services

Landlord advocacy, self-defense course referrals, medical expenses, counseling, restraining orders, court preparation, and victim support.

(505) 768-2104

 Affordable Colleges Online for Stem Programs

Stem includes in-depth research and interviews covering the most popular degrees for Women currently entering a Stem field.  Campuses are making an effort to foster a welcoming environment for women, and scholarships for women


Barrett House

Women and children's shelter that provides meals, clothing, laundry facilities, a library, and a children's play area. Barrett House also offers training in daily living skills.

(505) 243-4887

(505) 246-9244
Foundation Office

(505) 246-9272

Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women

Provides training in anti-oppression, domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and the effects of domestic violence on children. Community outreach and education also available, as well as resource information and materials for Native women. Visit the website for more information.

(505) 243-9199

College Resources for single mom's

We are providing resources and advice for single mom's in the hopes of helping them improve their chances of obtaining a college degree.  Learn how to meet those challenges and learn where to get help


Crime Victims Reparation Commission


(505) 841-9432

Crossroads for Women

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

(505) 242-1010

Domestic Violence Hotline


(800) 773-3645

Enlace Comunitario

Spanish-speaking help with legal services, counseling, and education issues around domestic violence.

(505) 246-8972


Located in Santa Fe.

(505) 473-5200

(800) 473-5220

Haven House

Located in Rio Rancho, this bilingual shelter provides food, clothing, counseling, art therapy, peer counseling, parenting groups, assistance with housing, employment help, court and social services, welfare, and medical services.

(505) 896-4869


Native American Pregnant Women and New Mothers

(505) 345-6289

NM Coalition Against Domestic Violence


(505) 246-9240

NM Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs


(505) 883-8020

(888) 888-8020

NM Domestic Legal Help Line


(505) 243-4300

(877) 974-3400

A Peaceful Habituation

Transitional housing for recently paroled women. This Christian organization teaches life skills, choice-making, and provides mentoring referrals to community agencies.

(505) 440-5937

Planned Parenthood


(505) 265-3722

(800) 230-PLAN

Project ZOE

Free clothing for girls and women between the ages of 13-21. You must have a sponsor (teacher, pastor, counselor, etc.) to make an appointment.

(505) 410-4460

(505) 514-1537

Rape Crisis Center


(505) 266-7711

Resources Inc.


(505) 884-1241

SAFE House

Shelter that offers weekly health clinics, NA/AA groups, clothing, meals, counseling, employment and housing referrals, transportation, and legal advocacy.

(505) 247-4219

UNM Maternity and Family Planning

Childbirth classes in English and Spanish, pre-natal care in community clinics. Financial assistance is also available.

(505) 272-4816
SW Valley

(505) 272-4815
South Broadway

(505) 272-4813
NW Valley

(505) 272-1695
SE Heights

Valencia Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence

Located in Belen

(505) 864-1383

WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)


(505) 764-0271

Women's Center of Hope  (a program of Albuquerque Rescue Mission)

Scroll down on page for information about this Christian faith-based residential home for women. 13-18 month program includes assistance with education, spiritual guidance, life and social skills, counseling, physical health referrals. 

(505) 243-3310 

Women's Community Association (Safe House)

 Domestic Violence help, and other resources.

(505) 247-4219

(800) 773-3645

Women's Equal Pay Rights



Women's Housing Coalition

Assists low-income, homeless, and single women with children who are motivated to become self-sufficient by providing affordable housing, training, and a variety of support needs, including self-assessment, life and parenting skills, career planning, and accessing community resources.

(505) 884-8856

Women Veterans Resources

Center for Women Veterans, general benefits information.

(800) 827-1000


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