Multi-Service Organizations

Organization/Contact Services/Comments Phone            

Aging and Long-Term Services (State of NM)

Refer to programs that assist in rent, utility, clothing, food, transportation to work, legal issues, domestic violence, health problems, job skills, childcare, etc. Call for more information.

(505) 841-4565

(505) 841-4586

Albuquerque Department of Family and Community Services

Information about Family and Community Services to include Community Centers; Services for Early Childhood (Birth to Pre-K); Before & After School; and Health and Social Services.

(505) 768-2860

Albuquerque Indian Center

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

(505) 268-4418

(505) 268-1751

All Faiths Receiving Home, Inc

All Faiths' goal is to provide services to children and their families in a healthy environment which includes education, treatment, advocacy, food, clothing, and supportive and nurturing caregivers.

(505) 271-0329

Catholic Charities

Education, immigration, housing assistance.

(505) 724-4670

City of Albuquerque

Community Resources


Offices in most NM counties. Visit the website for more information.

(505) 265-3717

Multi-Service Center: Alamosa

City of Albuquerque health and social services center

(505) 836-8800

Multi-Service Center: East Central

City of Albuquerque health and social services center

(505) 256-2070

Multi-Service Center: John Marshall

City of Albuquerque health and social services center

(505) 848-1345

Multi-Service Center: Los Griegos

City of Albuquerque health and social services center

(505) 761-4050

Sagebrush Community Church

Collects and distributes clothing and food; does cleanup and improvement at local parks and community centers; has mobile medical unit that provides basic care in some outreach areas

(505) 922-9200

Share New Mexico (previously My Community NM)

Search and add bilingual local resources for health, social services, education, advocacy, legal services, transportation, recreation and culture, housing

(505) 307-3158

United Way 2-1-1 Line

United Way of Central New Mexico’s 2-1-1 hotline offers information and referrals to people in need of help. The service is available Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 



Gang intervention, substance abuse, community youth theater program, crisis shelter, transitional living home, independent living skills training, job development, peer education, family therapy, juvenile corrections, health programs, street youth program

(505) 352-3444

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