She is Albuquerque

She is Albuquerque Your support ensures Women get the care they need. At the intersection, she walks up and down the divider with a plea written with a black marker on a piece of discarded cardboard: “Anything Will Help. Homeless.” The summer heat paired with insufficient consumption of water is a recipe for dehydration or…

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World Hepatitis Day

Saturday, July 28 was World Hepatitis Day. Worldwide, 300 million people are living with viral hepatitis unaware. Millions will continue to suffer if they remain disconnected from care. Without finding the undiagnosed and providing care, lives will be lost. The Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is the most reported infectious disease in New Mexico according to…

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Intern Spotlight

Intern Spotlight Your Giving Makes Opportunities Like This Available AHCH has participated in the Summer Learning Service Program of University of Notre Dame for decades. This year we are thrilled to be working with Jimmy Zaarour, a Biology major. During his 8 weeks here with us, he shadowed and experienced all AHCH programs, including administration…

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April is National Poetry Month

Over 70 people joined us for the 5th Annual Poets Café on April 20th at the Harwood Art Center. Poets and writers of ArtStreet took the microphone and read their written works. Snacks and refreshments were served. National Poetry Month each April is the largest literary celebration in the world, with tens of millions of…

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Knowing your HIV status is Ceremony

March 20th marked the 11th annual National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NNHAAD). It was also the first day of Spring. It was acknowledged that in many Native cultures across the United States, the four seasons are highly respected because they closely represent the cycle of life. Although federal agencies lump American Indians and Alaska Natives…

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National Professional Social Work Month.

Leaders. Advocates. Champions. Every day, the nation’s 650,000 social workers act as advocates, champions, and leaders who make our society a better place to live. April is National Professional Social Work Month. It’s an opportunity for social workers across the country and their allies to turn the spotlight on the profession and highlight the important…

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2018 National Volunteer Week

This is our time to recognize our volunteers and their service at Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless. Volunteers make a better life possible for those who need it. Their commitment to their community through service has impacted thousands of people who are experiencing homelessness daily in Albuquerque. Your volunteer service makes so much possible…

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