Health, Physical

Organization/Contact Services/Comments Phone            

AIDS/CDC Hotline

In English, En Espanol

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET  Monday - Friday

(800) 232-4636

(888) 232-6348 TTY

Casa de Salud

Offers Primary Care, Acupuncture, Reiki, Women's Health and BCC Program, Syringe Exchange Program, and an Out-Patient Opioid Addiction Treatment Program.

Fair, transparent prices. No insurance needed.

Accepts all three Medicaids in New Mexico (Presbyterian, BCBS, and Western Sky)

Open during COVID-19 but with modifications.

(505) 907-8311

(505) 288-3561  FAX

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

 COVID-19 Resources

(877) 267-2323

Catholic Charities

Adult and Children Education. Immigration, citizenship, and legal services. Affordable housing support. Refugee center.

COVID-19 support is on the homepage, which includes: state and city, school and childcare, food assistance, taxes and unemployment, utilities and transportation, working from home, mental health, and housing and legal. 

(505) 724-4670

Community Care for Centennial Care

Outside of nursing home services include: adult day health, respite care, behavior support consultation, transportation, and personal care services, including assistance with daily tasks such as hygiene, meals, and mobility

(888) 997-2583 

Connection to Care

A Pfizer company program to supply free medications for qualified patients

(866) 706-2400

Consumer Safety Guide

Consumer Safety Guide helps inform the general public of the risks some products, devices, and drugs have on American consumers.


COVID-19 / Share NM

SHARE New Mexico' COVID-19 page. SHARE is New Mexico's largest, most up-to-date, trusted, and comprehensive community information website. SHARE is for individuals and organizations who are working to improve quality of life for New Mexicans, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

(505) 225-2140  x703

Dar a Luz Birth & Health Center

Dedicated to providing compassionate and holistic prenatal care, women's health services, and a safe alternative to hospital birth for women and their families.

Open during COVID-19 but with modifications.

(505) 924-2229

D-Ink Tattoo Removal

Provides safe, high quality, and affordable laser tattoo removal with an emphasis on minimizing discomfort.

(505) 220-6629

Earth Easy

Non-Toxic Home Cleaning: How to create safe and effective home-cleaning formulas for every part of your home.

(888) 451-6752

Everyday Health

Everyday Health inspires and empowers people to live their healthiest lives every day through trusted, medically-reviewed information and expert health advice.
COVID-19 resources are available in the drop-down menu.                                                                                                                                                                         

First Choice Community 

Provides comprehensive, affordable, culturally, responsive medical care that is patient-centered. Includes medical, dental, and mental health care. For all patients, with or without health insurance. Accepts most insurance and offers a sliding scale fee for patients who need help paying their health care bills.

Locations in SW and NW Albuquerque, Edgewood, Belen, Los Lunas.

(505) 452-4049

First Choice Dental

We contract with Medicaid and many dental insurance plans.

Uninsured patients pay according to their income and family size.

Open during COVID-19 but with modifications.

(505) 873-7423 South Valley

(505) 224-8740 Los Lunas

(505) 224-8718 Edgewood

First Nations Community
Health Source

First Nations Community Health Source is New Mexico’s urban Indian health center and a Federally Qualified Health Center in Albuquerque. For more than 47 years, First Nations has provided an integrated and culturally competent health delivery system that addresses the physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of our community members. FNCH accepts most private insurance plans, Medicaid, Medicare, and Centennials. Also, a sliding scale is provided based on income - no one will be turned away.

Open during COVID-19 but with modifications.

(505) 262-2481

First Nations Community Health Source--Dental Clinic

First Nations Community Health Source offers a full dental program to children, adults, and elders.

Open during COVID-19 but with modifications.

(505) 262-6547 

Healthcare for the Homeless

Primary medical care, psychiatric services, eye, dermatology, dental care, podiatry, children's outreach, harm reduction, and all other specialty clinics.

COVID-19 resources on home page

(505) 242-4644 Medical Clinic

(505) 766-5197 General Info

(505) 767-1127 Medical Records

Health Insurance Choices for College Students

College Student Guide to Choosing Health Insurance Plans.  

Heroin Awareness / Addiction Resources

I Hate Heroin (IHH) is a place for anyone affected by Heroin Addiction. A place where your voice can be heard, your heart can be understood and your life can be changed. A place to spread hope to all affected. It is our goal to increase awareness of the devastating effects of addiction by providing education, family support, recovery support, and resources and referrals to treatment.  

Lion's Club

Since 1917, Lion's Club has been the place where individuals join together to give their valuable time and effort to improving their communities, and the world. Join or seek a member's help - find your local branch today.

(505) 938-3124

Meditation & Mindfulness on Campus

Meditation & Mindfulness on Campus (via Affordable Online College) - student life can be stressful, this guide explains what meditation and mindfulness are and how students can begin practicing them.  
New Mexico Aging and Long-term Services Department - Aging & Disability Resource Center

New Mexico Aging and Long-term Services Department - Aging & Disability Resource Center. The ADRC is here to assist elders, persons with disabilities, and caregivers to find services and resources to help them live well and independently.

(800) 432-2080

NM AIDS Services

NMAS is a nonprofit organization that advocates for and enhances the lives of people affected by HIV and AIDS. We provide direct services, such as housing and food, for people with HIV/AIDS, as well as prevention, education, and advocacy efforts to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS in the community, especially with high-risk populations.

Not all services are being provided during COVID-19 - please call for updates. 

(505) 938-7100

NM Department of Health

Our mission is to promote health and wellness, improve health outcomes, and assure safety net services for all people in New Mexico.

Resources include birth and death certificates, medical cannabis programs, WIC, immunization, health facility Licensing and certification, developmental disabilities, and MORE. 
(505) 841-4100

NM Drug Card

Free For Everyone. All residents are eligible to get pharmacy discounts through this program. The program may be used to provide savings on prescriptions not covered by your health insurance or Medicare Part D. The program may also be used instead of your insurance coverage when it offers greater savings than your copay. No Restrictions. There are no enrollment forms, no age or income requirements, no waiting periods, no eligibility required, no exclusions, covers pre-existing conditions, no claim forms to file, no annual or lifetime limits. Lowest Price. 

(800) 726-4232

Planned Parenthood

Wide range of health care services, including birth control, emergency contraception (morning-after pill), abortion, STD diagnosis and treatment, women's and men's health

(505) 265-3722

(800) 230-PLAN

Presbyterian medical services financial assistance

Organize and figure-out your Presbyterian health costs, including financial assistance programs and resources.

(505) 923-6600

(800) 251-9292

Promoting Student Mental Health

Promoting Student Mental Health -
expert advice and school resources for understanding disorders and getting help.

Public Health Office

Full range of medical services. Click on "Locations" in header for information about clinics throughout NM.

(505) 841-4100

Student Eating Disorder Awareness Guide

Eating disorders are often misunderstood, sometimes misdiagnosed, and might be kept under wraps so well that by the time the symptoms are evident, the person suffering has already experienced irreversible physical damage.  This in-depth guide explains what eating disorders are, how to spot the signs, the impact of the most common issues, and what treatments are available for those who suffer from these potentially deadly disorders.  

$25 Glasses

Website provides link to "$39 Glasses" with $15 discount

(800) 672-6304

UNM Division of Dental Hygiene

Low-cost cleanings (including those with gum disease or deep cleaning needs), x-rays, sealants, fluoride treatments, mouth guards, tooth whitening trays. Accepts several dental insurances and Medicaid.

(505) 925-4031

UNM Family Health Center

Whether you need a routine physical exam or treatment for a cold or more serious ailment, count on the physicians at UNM Health System’s Family Health Clinics to help you feel better. Our family practices are conveniently located throughout the Albuquerque, New Mexico area so you’ll always find a clinic near you.

Primary Care, maternal, child and reproductive health services including prenatal care,
assistance with prenatal addiction and recovery, and high-risk consultation.

Services: children’s and adolescent care, prevention/health care maintenance, adult primary care, outpatient behavioral health counseling, sports medicine, specialty care referrals, and access to many specialties.

(505) 268-5885               Area 87108

(505) 272-1734               Area 87131

(505) 272-4400               Area 87102

(505) 272-2700               Area 87109

UNM Maternity & Family Planning

Extensive Women's Services
Turn to UNM Health System for excellent:

Maternity care – Prenatal and postpartum care and a personalized labor and delivery experience.

Gynecological services – Annual well-woman exams, pap smears, HPV vaccines, STD testing, minimally invasive surgery, and a chronic pelvic pain clinic.

Urogynecological services – Treatment of pelvic floor conditions, including incontinence and organ prolapse.

Breast Health – Mammograms, diagnostic procedures, surgery, and second opinions.

Family Planning – Whether you're trying to achieve or prevent pregnancy, you'll find support, guidance, and high-quality reproductive medical care at UNM Health System.

Specialized physical therapy – Care for prenatal and postpartum musculoskeletal pain, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia and conditions affecting female athletes

(505) 272-2220
New Futures

(505) 272-2154
West Mesa

(505) 272-2156
S. Broadway

(505) 272-2158
NW Valley

(505) 272-2245              N. East 

(505) 272-2900              N. West

(505) 272-4455              S. East   

(505) 272-2111              N. East         

UNM Young Children's Health Center

Primary Care for Children
For preventive care, routine testing, treatment, and health education for your child's lifelong wellness.

Comprehensive Services: in addition to diagnosing and treating common childhood illnesses and injuries, your child's pediatrician can provide well-child checkups, birth through high school, care for chronic conditions such as asthma and other, guidance for children with special health care needs, physical exams for sports or school, immunizations, behavioral health care, developmental screenings, nutrition counseling, education and guidance for parents, some visits from bilingual (Spanish/English) providers affiliated with the Young Children's Health Center to families of children up to three years old.

Choose to receive primary care at the location that works best for you: University of New Mexico Hospital Ambulatory Care Center, UNM Carrie Tingley Hospital, or the Young Children's Health Center. 

(505) 272-9242

University Hospital Patient Financial Services

UNM Hospital offers financial assistance for the patient’s medical bill(s) for qualified patients, which is known as “UNM Care.”

(505) 272-2521              Albuquerque

(505 994-7157              Sandoval 

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

VIDA is a project of Justice, Access, Support, and Solutions (JAZZ) for Health, which also encompasses Casa de Salud Family Medical Office and a team of UNMH/Pathways Collaborative health navigators. VIDA's mission is to promote health and reduce harmful systemic patterns of inequality in healthcare through informed, data-driven solutions. VIDA works with community groups, political leaders, and patients to identify systemic barriers to healthy Bernalillo County communities, and advocates for policy changes that address these obstacles.

(505) 907-8311

Walmart $4 Prescriptions 

Lists drugs available. Full-service site includes transferring prescriptions, ordering refills, store locator. 


Working Disabled Individuals 

Working Disabled Individuals (WDI) covers disabled working individuals, who, because of earnings, do not qualify for Medicaid under any other programs. Individuals must meet the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) criteria for disability without regard to “substantial gainful activity”. The program also covers those individuals with a recent attachment to the workforce. An individual is considered to have recent attachment to the workforce if they 1) have enough earnings in a quarter to meet the SSA’s definition of a qualifying quarter, or 2) have lost SSI and Medicaid due to the initial receipt of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, until Medicare entitlement

(800) 318-1469

(888) 997-2583

Youth Blast Program

Youth BLAST is a Collaborative peer support Drop-In Center that provides opportunities for youth ages 16-22 to safely express themselves, feel a sense of belonging, connect, and develop positive relationships with other peers and supportive adults. Youth BLAST provides resources such as basic needs, medical and legal aid, behavioral health, and community resources.

(505) 933-4810


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