Where to find Healthcare Providers:

New Mexico’s Online Resource Guide to HIV, Hep C, and STD. Search for clinics and service providers.

UNM Truman Center (Albuquerque) offers free healthcare to anyone living with HIV/Stage 3 (AIDS). They also offer free medical, behavioral health, and nutrition services for transgender people. See the article about their services in our Wellness Guide (page 14) Free HIV testing: (505) 925-7286 -or-THSOutreach@unmmg.org

LGBTQ serving organizations:
Alianza of New Mexico

To serve the needs of those in the State of New Mexico who are living with or affect by HIV.
HIV services, HIV prevention, and Harm Reduction.

575 623-1995
1200 S. Richardson
Roswell, NM 88203
http://www.alianzaofnewmexico.org/

Casa Q

Our mission is to provide safe living options and services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQQ) youth, and allies who are at risk or experiencing homelessness.
Albuquerque, NM
(505) 872-2099
http://www.casaq.org/

IMPACT

To prevent violence by building skills and inpsiring individuals to be agents of personal, community, and cultural change.
Santa Fe, NM
(505) 992-8833
www.impactpersonalsafety.org

PFLAG

Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays
we envision a world where diversity is celebrated and all people are respected, valued, and affirmed inclusive of their sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.
Contact@pflagabq.org
505.873.7373
www.pflagabq.org

Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico

TGRCNM supports transgender, gender-conforming, gender-variant people in New Mexico with support groups, organiational educational trainings, drop-in services, medical provider list, legal support, medical clinics, need exchange, and events.

149 Jackson Street Northeast
Albuquerque, NM, 87108
505-200-9086

tgrcnm.org
https://www.facebook.com/TGRCNM/

New Mexico Solutions

Our specialized staff offer a variety of services for children, adolescents, adults and their family members/life partners. Staff composition is multi-disciplinary, including Psychologists, Social Workers, Psychiatrists, and Nurses under the direction of a Medical Director. A Point of Entry service for new or returning clients is used for assessing an individual’s needs and scheduling an initial appointment with the professional best qualified to meet those needs. Individuals may also be assessed and referred to a local hospital, or to other more intensive services, when available and clinically appropriate. Emergency services are available at all clinic locations during normal business hours. The Crisis and Information Line will assess the need for emergency care during hours in which offices are closed. Sliding fee scale is available to people who qualify. Applications available at New Mexico Solutions.

707 Broadway NE
Suite 500
Albuquerque, NM 87102
505-268-0701 phone
http://www.newmexicosolutions.com/

Behavioral Health Research Center of the Southwest

The Behavioral Health Research Center of the Southwest was established in 1997 to conduct research on substance abuse and other behavioral health issues. Our vision is a healthy society where people make healthy choices and lead balanced lives free from addiction. Our staff includes physicians and nurses, research scientists, biostatisticians, research assistants, psychologists, as well as consultants and contractual employees. We also provide support and supervision for University of New Mexico and Highlands University graduate level students. Our comprehensive behavioral health services include clinical trials, research and consultation, program design, curriculum development, evaluation, training and workshops, statistical analysis and reports on research findings.

info@pire.org
(505) 244-3099
http://bhrcs.org/

Osta Vista Ranch Project

The Oso Vista Ranch project’s purpose is to provide culturally-based substance abuse prevention, youth development, cultural identity and financial literacy programs for the Ramah Navajo and other Native American Communities. We believe that Cultural Identity + Behavioral Health Support + Financial Sustainability equal Empowerment for Native Communities.

Margaretm(a)osovistaranchproject.org
(505) 775-3061

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Community Against Violence (CAV) Taos

CAV offers a 24-hour confidential crisis hotline (575.758.9888) for people who have, or are, experiencing domestic & sexual violence. If you or someone you love needs help, call us.

We provide legal & medical advocacy services, counseling & support groups, children’s programs, community prevention and outreach programs, and are able to provide information & resources for those in need. CAV also has on-site an emergency shelter for adults and children, and offers short & long-term transitional housing programs.

All services are free & confidential.

For more information about CAV, go here.
Offices: 575-758-8082
945 Salazar Rd
Taos, NM 87571
http://taoscav.org/

EQNM: Equality New Mexico

We believe that every lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) New Mexican is a vital community member in our Land of Enchantment, that we are more tha just our LGBTQ identities, and that the health and wellbeing of LGBTQ New Mexicans is crucial to creating a stronger, more balanced world. This belief compels us to challenge structural and individual barriers that limit our self-determination and ability to thrive.

www.EQNM.org
info@EQNM.org
Albuquerque 505.224.2766
Las Cruces 575.650.1014

SAGE

Services & Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Elders
Monthly socials, caregiver support group.
Educational program to provide training for service providers on the unique challenges of older LGBT adults face.

info@sageabq.org
505-710-6987
PO Box 26836
Albuquerque, NM 87125
www.sageabq.org

NMAS:New Mexico AIDS Services

Case management, clothing assistance, emotional support, fitness room, food pantry, home goods assistance, housing assistance, HIV testing & counciling, insurance assistance, meals & meds, multilingual staff (English, French, Navajo, and Spanish), One Sight vision care assistance, Pet healthcare assistance, project seek life skills assistance, psychosocial support, syringe exchange, transportation assistance, utility assistance, and more.

625 Truman St NE
Albuquerque 87110
Main Number – (505) 938-7100 || Toll Free – (888) 882-AIDS (2437)
626 E Main St, Ste 3
Farmington 87401
Main Number – (505) 327-7043 || Toll Free – (888) 929-0911

www.nmas.net
Facebook.com/NMAIDS

New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc.

To educate and advocate on behalf of all New Mexicans about the incidence and prevalence; social determinants; health outcomes; evidence-based legal and programmatic intervention, treatment, and primary prevention of sexual violence in New Mexico, for the purpose of affecting a reduction in statewide incidence and prevalence of sexual violence.

NMSAP@swcp.com
(505) 883-8020 (main)
(888) 883-8020 (toll-free)

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Rape Crisis Center of New Mexico

To provide support and advocacy to survivors of sexual assault and abuse within the greater Albuquerque area, and to serve as a community resource on issues regarding prevention and awareness of sexual violence.

24/7 hotline (505) 266-7711
Counseling: (505) 266-7712

rapecrisisnm.org
Twitter: @RapeCrisisNM
Facebook: Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico

New Mexico Asian Family Center

To provide culturally sensitive programs and services creating a Pan-Asian Community that advocates for and supports itself.

128 Quincy St NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
info@nmafc.org
(505) 717-2877
www.nmafc.org

Young Women United (YWU)

YWU works with young women of color to advance an intersectional vision of reproductive justice around five campaign issue areas: de-stigmatizing mental health alongside LGBTQ youth of color, leading criminal justice reform with a gender lens perspective while de-criminalizing substance use and pregnancy, maintaining and growing access to reproductive health care, increasing access women of color have to a full range of birthing options centering midwifery models of care, building educational equity and support for expectant and parenting young people. YWU also runs Circle of Strength, a leadership development program for self-identified young women of color ages 13-19.

ywu@youngwomenunited.org
(505) 831-8930
http://www.youngwomenunited.org/

UNM Truman Health Services

We offer the highest level of care and the latest treatment options for New Mexicans living with HIV, gender services, and PrEP
We provide quality treatment and care for New Mexicans living with HIV, Gay and Bisexual men, the transgender community, and their families.
*Different services are available for different programs.*

Contact us online or call 505-272-1312 to make an appointment with UNM Truman Health Services today!

HIV screening is recommended for all sexually active adults and others at risk . Free rapid HIV testing is available at our health center, in addition to multiple locations throughout the Albuquerque community.

801 Encino Place NE
Building F
Albuquerque, NM 87102

(505)272-1312
THSinfo@unmmg.org
http://www.unmtruman.com/