This page lists community support resources for:
Harm reduction, addiction, and sobriety
Crisis, trauma, and grief support
Emergency shelters and housing support
Santa Fe Public Schools
Adelante Program: Visit this link to learn more about the services Adelante provides.
NM Aging & Long Term Services is facilitating access for disabled or senior adults who need help accessing groceries including those living on Tribal or Pueblo Lands. Please call 1-800-432-2080 and leave a message with your name, phone number, and the city/town you reside in. They will return your call at least within 2 hours. For those on the Navajo Nation call 928-871-6868.
The Food Depot: Visit this link to learn more about the services The Food Depot provides.
Kitchen Angels: Visit this link to learn more about the services that Kitchen Angels provides.
PNM has programs for helping customers who require payment assistance.
Comcast has its Internet Essentials program, which provides affordable internet options to customers.
Harm Reduction, Addiction, and Sobriety Support:
The Santa Fe District 2 Area 46 of AA has resources.
The Friendship Club provides online meetings for AA, NA, OA, an Al-Anon.
Crisis, Trauma, and Grief Support:
Gerard’s House is offering grief support for children and families. Call 505-424-1800 to learn about the services they provide.
Solace Center offers crisis support for survivors of sexual violence and violent crimes. Call their 24-hour crisis hotline at 1-800-721-7273 or their offices at 505-988-1951.
Alert Santa Fe, an emergency notification system that will allow the city to provide important information quickly, efficiently and accurately. https://www.santafenm.gov/
Mutual Aid Network’s List of Community Resources
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 or TTY 1-800-787-3224. More information here.
Stronghearts Native Helpline: (Mon-Fri) 1-844-7NATIVE; 1-844-762-8483
Recursos en español:
Ayuda para maestros y maestras (peliculas)
Ayuda para maestros y maestras (recursos)
Kinetic City‘s collection of science projects, experiments, and educational games
Pete’s Place, 2801 Cerrillos Rd. Call (505) 795-7494 for more information.
St. Elizabeth Casa Familia, 1604 Berry Ave. Emergency shelter for single women and families with children. Call (505) 983-2042 for more information.