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A New and Easy Opportunity to Help More People - Be the Change Needed With your monthly gifts of $18, $36 or perhaps even $54 or more, the individuals with traumatic experiences, those living on the streets, those without a home, will receive the health care and other services that help people overcome, exit, and avoid future homelessness. Will you touch a life with a monthly gift to the Summer Continue Reading
Working Together to Change the World - Funding our Mission to End Homelessness After eight weeks as an intern, Patrick O’Shea bids farewell to Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless (AHCH) to journey forward in his career. During his time at AHCH, Patrick said he was inspired by the clients and their stories, and the staff in each program. “They all taught me well,” said Patrick. He Continue Reading
AHCH Dental Hygienist Nutan Patel and Dr Shirlena Waters - AHCH On KOB 4 A great interview with AHCH Dental Hygienist Nutan Patel, and Chief Dentist Dr. Shirlena Waters speaking about the work they do to help people living in homelessness. Watch the video below from KOB 4! Watch it now on KOB 4

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A survey of homeless people completed by The Red Nation found Native Americans within the chronic and medically vulnerable homeless population were more vulnerable to violence in New Mexico.

Seventy six percent of 136 homeless native people surveyed reported being attacked on the streets, compared to 61 percent of the surveyed group as a whole.

Please join us for our Memorial Vigil walk Dec. 21 at 12:30 p.m. here at AHCH. A silent march and vigil will follow to The Rock at Noon Day as we bring awareness to these and other homeless issues in our local community.

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Disaster Housing Recovery Update, Thursday, November 16, 2017 https://t.co/YXFOCDlokv

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A survey of homeless people completed by The Red Nation found Native Americans within the chronic and medically vulnerable homeless population were more vulnerable to violence in New Mexico.

Seventy six percent of 136 homeless native people surveyed reported being attacked…

Thank you to all our public health professionals. Homelessness is a public health issue. Your work helps make fighting homelessness possible. #PHTYD #EndHomelessness

Transgender Day of Remembrance is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. #TransgenderLivesMatter #EndHomelessness

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