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 Casa Esperanza
 Short-term housing for families of patients receiving treatment in Albuquerque for cancer or other serious medical issues.
(505) 246-2700
 Casa Hermosa -- YDI
 18-month transitional living program for youth aged 16-21.
(505) 212-7470
 Catholic Charities of Central New Mexico
 (505) 724-4670
 Crossroads for Women
 Housing and services for women with drug addictions or mental health disorders who are homeless and/or formerly incarcerated.
(505) 242-1010
 Enlace Comunitario
 Services for Spanish speaking victims of domestic violence.
(505) 246-8972
 New Day Youth and Family Services
 (505) 260-9912
 New Mexico Veterans Integration Center
 Serving homeless or near homeless veterans.
(505) 296-0800
 S.A.F.E. House
 24-hour crisis line: 800.773.3645
(505) 247-4219
 Saranam, LLC
 (505) 299-6154
 Steelbridge Ministries
 Residential programs, day programs and meals at several locations. Emergency shelter November 15 through March 16.
(505) 346-4673
 Women's Housing Coalition
 Serving very low income and/or homeless women with children who are working or going to school.
(505) 897-3244
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 Navajo United Methodist Center - New Beginnings Program
 (505) 325-7578
 People Assisting the Homeless (PATH)
 Meals served daily.
(505) 327-3104
 San Juan Catholic Charities
 Transitional housing for families with children who are participating in a two-year program.
(505) 325-3734
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 Option, Inc.
 (575) 397-1576
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 La Casa, Inc.
 24-hour crisis line: 800.376.2272
(575) 526-2819
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 Assurance Homes, Inc.
 Emergency Youth Shelter.
(575) 624-1780
 Salvation Army - Roswell
 (575) 622-8700
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 St. Elizabeth Shelter
 (505) 982-6611
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 Silver City Gospel Mission
 (575) 388-5071
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 Community Against Violence (CAV)
 24-hour crisis line: (575) 758-9888
(575) 758-8082
 DreamTree Project
 Emergency shelter and housing for youth.
(575) 758-9595