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We address the health-related causes and consequences of homelessness through outreach and free site-based services click here
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Our dental program helps people who are homeless improve nutrition, self esteem, and seek assistance for other problems
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  • Our mission

    Mission: To provide caring and comprehensive health and integrated supportive services, linking people experiencing homelessness to individual and collective solutions, and to be a leader in implementing innovative

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  • AHCH Advocacy

    Advocacy on policy issues is essential to AHCH’s work on behalf of people experiencing homelessness; not just in Albuquerque, but nationally too. AHCH advocates for solutions to

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  • Eliminating Barriers

    For over two decades, Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless (AHCH) has served our community as the only health care organization in Central New Mexico dedicated exclusively

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  • Project Tours

    Upcoming tour Dates: June 17 - Full / Closed July 15 - Full / Closed August 19 - 10 spots available September 16 October 21 Monthly tours are available for anyone interested in

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LATEST AHCH NEWS

 

Celebrate National Health Center Week, August 10-16 - National Health Center Week (NHCW) 2014 – Celebrating America’s Health Centers: Local Engines for Healthier Communities – is rapidly approaching, with kickoff initiating August 10th. This week is dedicated to celebrating the services and contributions of Community, Migrant, Homeless and Public Housing Health Centers. Some of the most important reasons to celebrate comprise the success of providing access to affordable, high quality, cost Continue Reading
Memorial Services honoring Al Gorman and Kee Thompson - We have been asked by many where and when people would be gathering to  remember the members of our community Al Gorman and Kee Thompson who were murdered as they slept on July 19th.  Please see info below here and we would very much like to thank Noon Day Ministries, St. Martin’s and the Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande’s Continue Reading
Local and National Outlook of Hate Crimes - A hate crime is most commonly known as a violent, prejudice, motivated crime that occurs when a perpetrator targets someone based on socioeconomic status, ethnicity, gender identity, nationality, physical appearance, religion, or sexual orientation. Most hate crimes are impelled from a bias against someone with one of the above characteristics or a derivative. Most hate crimes result in physical assault, Continue Reading

 

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AHCH Overview Video

This great video was featured on abqinvolved.org and helped AHCH earn a generous grant.

Supporters

These generous supporters make our work possible.
Our program relies on funding from many different sources including some of our great community and corporate partners.

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Job of the Month

Therapist works to provide individual/group therapy, clinical assessments, crisis intervention and outreach to people experiencing homelessness. Knowledge of evidence-based approaches and psychotropic medications. Experience with underserved populations and bilingual. (English/Spanish) strongly preferred.

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