Mental Health and Support Resources

Carry one another's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.
Galatians 6:2

If you or somebody you know is in immediate danger of hurting themselves or somebody else, please call 911.

CHRISTIAN COUNSELING SERVICES

Jennifer Blount, MA, LMHC, NCC

Restoration Counseling Services
6100 Seagull NE, Suite B-205, Albuquerque, NM 87109
505-309-4132

Email

Formation Counseling Services

505-821-3628

Mended House Counseling

505-218-6706

John Thurman, LPCC

316 Osuna Rd NE, Albuquerque 87107
505-343-2011

Email

SUPPORT GROUPS AND RESOURCES

Postpartum Support International

https://www.postpartum.net/
1-800-944-4773
Local support is available.

Mending the Soul

Christian support groups for people who have experienced abuse.
Local contact: Bobbi Spargo
505-585-1962

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Eating Disorders Treatment Center

1520 Tramway Blvd NE
505-266-6121
Email: info@eatingdisordersabq.com

Email

Al-Anon Family Groups

Meetings at Grace Church
12pm Tuesdays
12pm Fridays
in Room 11

Survivors of Suicide

A local support group for families of those who have died by suicide.

Contact

Grief Support

Grace Church Grief Support
Contact Jim Stockton: 505-221-0755
or
Grief Share
local groups at various churches

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CRISIS HOTLINES

NM Crisis and Access Line

24/7
Mental health crisis and referral line staffed by professional counselors.
855-662-7474

Rape Crisis Center

24/7 Hotline
505-266-7711

Agora Crisis Center

24/7
Hotline for anybody needing emotional support.
505-277-3013

RAINN Hotline

24/7
Hotline for Sexual Assault Survivors
1-800-656-4673
You will be routed to a local provider of sexual assault survivor resources.

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

24/7
Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

National Domestic Violence Hotline

24/7
Hotline for Domestic Violence Survivors
1-800-799-7233

SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESOURCES

Alcoholics Anonymous

Support for alcoholics and their families.
505-266-1900

ASAP

UNM Addiction and Substance Abuse Program
505-994-7999

Narcotics Anonymous

Men's Support Group
Meeting at Grace Church
Wednesdays 7pm
Room 14

First Nations Community Healthsource

Indian Health Center: 505-262-2481

CHILD ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCES

All Faiths

Family Behavioral Health Center
505-271-0329

NM Coalition Against Domestic Violence

505-246-9240

Enlace Comunitario

Domestic Violence Resources for the Latin Community
505-246-8972

Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women

4600 Montgomery Blvd NE B202 Albuquerque, NM
505-243-9199

Asian Family Center

Culturally sensitive family services, counseling, and referrals for Asians
505-717-2877

Domestic Violence Resource Center

Resources, support, safety planning, counseling for Domestic Violence Survivors
625 Silver Ave SW Albuquerque NM
505-248-3165

HOUSING RESOURCES

Homeless Youth Resources

Youth homeless is defined as any situation in which a student does not have a permanentaddress, such as living on the street, with family, with friends, in shelters, in hotels, etc.

Resources

Rental Assistance

Supportive Housing Coalition- 255-3643
Salvation Army- 765–5395
St. Vincent de Paul- 346-1500 ext 4

FOOD RESOURCES

Groceries

Seniors who need groceries - 1-800-432-2080
Food for school-aged children - 1-505-827-6683

Grocery Assistance

SNAP Benefits - 1-800-283-4465
WIC (Women, Infants, Children) - 1-505-469-0929.
1-505-867-3124

Community Center Food Assistance

Alamosa Health & Social Service Center - (505) 836-8800
Los Griegos Health & Social Service Center - (505) 761-4050
John Marshall Health & Social Service Center - (505) 848-1345
East Central Health & Social Service Center (505) 767-5700

Food Pantry

Storehouse NM
The pantry is usually open to the public from 9 am to noon Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.Bring a photo ID.

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ADVOCACY GROUPS

Birth Injury Support

Special education services can help children with disabilities not only learn but thrive. However, the special education system can be confusing and intimidating, especially if you have a young child who’s just starting school. By learning more about special education and the wide range of resources available to students and families, you will be better able to navigate the system and advocate for your child.

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