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


  • 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: September 16 -  full / closed October 21 -  full / closed November  18 - full / closed NO TOUR IN DECEMBER January 20 - 10 spaces available Monthly tours

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Duke City Fix Spotlights Art Street Coordinator - The popular local blog, Duke City Fix, has just published a great article on Art Street’s Coordinator, Mindy Grossberg. The article highlights Mindy’s background, the journey which brought her to Art Street almost 15 years ago, and her passion for building the community of Art Street. For those who aren’t aware, Art Street is a creative studio run by Health Continue Reading
Albuquerque Awards $2M For Homeless And Hunger Services - We are so thrilled to announce that our housing program is receiving $500,000 from the city of Albuquerque as part of its over $2 million in contracts to five local nonprofits to fund mental health, homelessness and hunger programs. Listen to KUNM's story and hear from our own Anita Cordova, Director of Development, Planning & Evaluation.
Extremely Low Income Households Eligible For National Grant Program - Extremely Low Income (ELI) households now have an opportunity for rental housing units thanks to an initiative through the National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF). The Trust Fund was actually signed into law in 2008, but until now had yet to receive any funding. In early 2016, distribution of funding will begin to sate agencies. A household qualifies as EMI if Continue Reading



AHCH Overview Video

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Our program relies on funding from many different sources including some of our great community
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Spotlight Job

Be a part of a passionate and important team.
Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless is seeking a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner or Clinical Nurse Specialist to work in our primary care medical clinic providing psychiatric care for homeless individuals..

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