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Homeless Services In The New Mexico Region

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Albuquerque Opportunity Center


Contact
715 Candelaria NE Rd
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 344-2323


Description
It is the mission of Metropolitan Homelessness Project to end homelessness in Albuquerque, on both individual and societal levels, through a unified voice of advocacy, prevention and service.

1. Albuquerque Opportunity Center - an emergency shelter and services center that accommodates 71 men 18 years or older nightly. 2. VetTran - a veterans transitional housing program that targets male veterans re-rentering the workforce. 15 beds available through a per diem grant from the VA. 3. Respite Care - 3 beds that allow men to rest in bed 24-hours a day. (No medical care is provided.)Program:Metropolitan Homelessness ProjectBudget: $750,000Category: HousingPopulation Served: Male Adults Program Description: This project has ftheir components:  emergency shelter, veterans transitional housing, respite care and community voice mail.  The program incorporates strategies to end homelessness as described elsewhere in this GuideStar report.

Area Served
Bernalillo County

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Joy Junction, Inc.


Contact
4500 2nd SW St
Albuquerque, NM 87105
(505) 877-6967


Description
Through the provision of food, shelter, clothing, a life-recovery program, life skills education, and other training, Joy Junction seeks to strengthen families and empower individuals to re-enter the workforce, breaking the cycle of homelessness, one life at a time.

The shelter provides both emergency and longer-term services for homeless women, children, and families. Single men are accepted as space is available. The largest shelter of its kind in New Mexico, Joy Junction shelters as many as 300 people daily. Joy Junction provides three meals a day, seven days a week. In one month, the shelter serves about 10,000 meals to its guests on site. Joy Junction also hosts special holiday meals, including an annual Thanksgiving feast at the Albuquerque Convention Center. At this event, more than one thousand homeless and hungry individuals are served, with the help of the City of Albuquerque, local businesses, and hundreds of volunteers. Joy Junction also prepares special holiday meals which are served at the shelter. Anyone in the community who is hungry or lonely is invited to attend.Program:Lifeline of HopeBudget: NaNCategory: Population Served: Homeless Program Description: Seven days a week, the Lifeline of Hope visits a variety of locations frequented by the homeless and near homeless in Albuquerque. The mobile food wagon serves about 6,000 meals a month and distributes blankets and personal hygiene supplies as they are available. Program:Life Recovery ProgramBudget: NaNCategory: Population Served: Homeless Program Description: The life recovery program, called the Christ in Power Program (CIPP), teaches a variety of skills necessary for entry-level employment and independent living. The CIPP follows the curriculum of the Life Recovery Bible (Tyndale House Publishers). The recovery class uses a 12-step program to address factors that contribute to alcohol and drug addictions and other harmful behaviors.Program:Thrift StoreBudget: NaNCategory: Population Served: Homeless Program Description: Joy Junction also serves its residents through an on-site thrift store, which offers a variety of donated items for sale. The thrift store serves as a resource for residents and needy families in the community and also provides income for shelter programs and vocational training opportunities for shelter residents. Joy Junction residents have access to the thrift shop and receive a weekly clothing allowance.Program:Transportation Services for the HomelessBudget: NaNCategory: Population Served: Homeless Program Description: Joy Junction provides transportation to the shelter which is located approximately six miles south of downtown Albuquerque. The first priority of the transportation service is to bring homeless guests to safe shelter where they will also receive nutritious meals, clothing, and other services. Beyond this basic transportation service, Joy Junction also provides rides from the shelter to key locations in Albuquerque, so that homeless guests can access public transportation, employment opportunities, and services and resources available at other agencies, health facilities, and governmental offices.

Area Served
Bernalillo County

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Bienvenidos Outreach Inc


Contact
1511 5th St
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 986-0583


Description
Bienvenidos Outreach mission is to provide food and clothing to those in need in Santa Fe and the surrounding area in Northern New Mexico.

Their programs are hot lunches for them on Sundays, where there is no other place for them to eat. Food for them all week long, They also provide them with sleeping bags, tents, blankets & personal hygiene items, showers, whatever their needs are at the time they come to us.The list is long.

Area Served
Santa Fe County

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St. Elizabeth Shelter Corporation


Contact
804 Alarid St
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 982-6611


Description
St. Elizabeth Shelter is dedicated to assisting homeless individuals and families by providing emergency shelter, food, case management, counseling, supportive housing and referrals to partnering human-service agencies. St. Elizabeth Shelter’s ultimate goal is to end the cycle of homelessness.

They provide emergency shelter, a winter emergency shelter, transitional housing programs for families with children and adults and supportive case management services. Their goal is to help people move out of homelessness permanently.

Area Served
Santa Fe County

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