Social Services

We want to help connect you to the resources you need to be successful in your personal life as well as your community life. Please check out the resources below to learn about youth service providers & social service agencies that can help you and your family with everything from getting help with your basic needs (food, housing, utility bills, transportation to the doctor, counseling services, substance abuse treatment & prevention) to tutoring and resources for parenting.

 

FOOD/COMIDA, ALIMENTOS

Please call first before going to these agencies./ Por favor, llama a las agencias antes de visitarlas.

 

1. FOOD FOR SANTA FE: 1222 Siler Road, Santa Fe, NM

This agency gives one bag of perishable groceries for the family every Thursday, from 7:00 am – 9:00 am./ Esta agencia otorga una bolsa de comida. Abierto solamente los jueves en la mañana desde las 7:00AM a las 9:00AM.

 

2. BIENVENIDOS FOOD PANTRY: 986-0583, 1511 Fifth Street, Santa Fe,NM

Distribute sack lunches from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays through Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Grocery boxes distributed Mondays from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and Tuesdays through Thursdays from 12 noon to 3 p.m. A photo ID and proof of residence are required for grocery boxes. Serves free lunch at Ashbaugh Park on Sundays at noon./Este programa les ayuda con comida y ropa. Abierta desde las 10:00AM hasta las 1:30 PM el lunes y a las 12 hasta las 3 PM desde el martes hasta jeves. . Este programa también ayuda con una caja de alimentos el lunes, desde las 11:30 hasta 1:30 PM y el martes hasta el jueves, desde 12 PM hasta las 3. Se requiere verificar su identificación y la dirección. Se sirven el almuerzo a Ashbaugh Park el domingo al mediodía.

 

3. ST. JOHN’S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 982-5397, Cordova Road and Old Pecos Trail

They give a bag of groceries to each family on Mondays or Thursdays from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm./ Este programa da una bolsa de alimentos para familias cada lunes o jueves desde las 10 am hasta el mediodía.

 

4. ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CATHOLIC CHURCH SOUP KITCHEN: 984-3118, 1301 Osage

Serves free lunch Monday through Saturday, from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm. Se sirve almuerzo gratis desde lunes hasta sábado, desde 11:30 am hasta 12:30 pm.

 

5. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL: 989-8328, 1088 Early Street, Santa Fe NM.

Helps with food, emergency funds and clothing. Open Monday through Friday, from 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm – talk with Brother Steve and bring your children. Esta agencia le puede ayudar con comida, fondos para emergencias y ropa. Hable con el hermano Steve, desde lunes a viernes, de la 1:00Pm hasta las 4:30PM. Lleve a sus niños.

 

7. SALVATION ARMY: 988-5715, 525 West Alameda St. Santa Fe, NM

Breakfast/ Desayuno : 8:00 am; Dinner/Cena: 5:00 pm, Mon. through Fri./ Lunes hasta Viernes. To obtain help with food, clothing and furniture, call to make an appointment. Tiene que llamarlos y hacer una cita para obtener comida, ropa y mubles.

 

8. FAITH AT WORK: 471-6323 –Provides food, clothes, help to find housing and other resources. Call first — by appointment only./ Proveer comida, ropa, ayuda para encontrar hogar y otros recursos. Necesita una cita.

 

9. SANTA FE COMMUNITY SERVICES: 310-3624 – Serves lunch at Salvation Army Parking lot on Saturdays and Sundays, 12:00 PM- 1:00 PM. Also, provides harm reduction, advocacy and street outreach services to homeless individuals./ Se sirve almuerzo gratis los sábados y los domingos, desde las 12 PM – 1 PM ala estacionmiento en Salvation Army, y provee servicios para las personas sin hogar o son adictos.

10.  INCOME SUPPORT DIVISION, HUMAN SERVICES: 827-1932 To apply for food stamps and other assistance./Para aplicar a las estampa de comida y para asistencia del estado con otras necesidades, si sus hijos son de los estados unidos.

Commodity Food Surplus Program…………………………………………………………..242-6777 For families with children under 6 and individuals over 60. Income guidelines similar
to WIC. Proof of income required. Monthly distribution at the Santa Fe County Fair grounds (3229 Rodeo Road) 3rd Tuesday 9:30—1:30

The Light at Mission Viejo ……………………………………………………… 982-2080

Periodic assistance with groceries.

WIC-Women, Infants and Children ………………………………………………476-2602

Vouchers for groceries and the farmers market.

 

FUNDS FOR GAS AND ELECTRICITY/ FONDOS PARA CASA, GAS, ELECTRICIDAD

 

1. St. VINCENT DE PAUL: 989-8328, 1088 Early Street, Santa Fe NM. Talk with Joe or Karen. Habla con Joe or Karen.

 

2. FAITH AT WORK: 471-6323 – LIHEAP (Low Income Heating Assistance Program)

This is a state program and someone in your family needs to be a legal resident in order to complete an application. / Es un programa del estado de NM. Una persona de su familia necesita tener residencia legal para llenar la aplicación.

 

3. PNM GOOD NEIGHBOR FUND (SALVATION ARMY): 988-5715

Lifeline aka LITAP (low income telephone assistance program)….1-800-244-1111

Financial assistance for phone expenses.
LIHEAP (low income home energy assistance program)…….1-800-283-4465 or

Financial assistance for heating/cooling expenses.                          827-1932

SHELTERS & HELP WITH HOUSING/ REFUGIOS Y AYUDA PARA VIVIENDA

 

1. ST. ELIZABETH SHELTER: 982-6611, 804 Alarid Shelter and Day Drop-In Center for people without a home – Drop-In Center open Monday and Friday 10:00 am – 1:00 pm with many services/ Albergue para personas sin hogar y centro con servicios apoyo durante los lunes y viernes de 10:00 am hasta 1:00 pm.

 

2. LIFE LINK/LA LUZ: 438-0010, 2325 Cerillos Road They can help pay your rent sometimes. Other services available. Es posible para ellos les pagar a la renta una mes.

 

3.  ESPERANZA SHELTER, 473-5220, Shelter and services for people and families who have experienced domestic violence./ Albergue y servicios para personas y familias que estan sufriendo de violencia doméstica. 1-800-473-5220 24-hour hotline.

 

4. LA OTRA PUERTA: 438-0502 This is a shelter for teens, ages 11- 17. Este refugio provee ayuda para los adolescentes que tienen el minimo 11 años hasta 17 años.

 

5. SANTA FE CIVIC HOUSING AUTHORITY: 988-2859 AND SF COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY: 992-3060 low cost housing based on income/ vivienda para personas basado en suelto.

 

6. SALVATION ARMY: 988-8054 or 988-5715 They can help pay your rent sometimos./Es posible para ellos les pagar a la renta un mes.

 

7. LANDLORD-TENANT HOTLINE: 983-8447 Helps you with questions about housing laws and regulations./Les ayuda con sus preguntas sobre las leyes y reglas sobre apartamentos y casas.

 

8.SONRISA: 424-6973 Transitional living program for familias; un programa de vivienda para familias

 

SOME LOWER COST APARTMENTS / APARTAMENTOS A BAJO COSTO

1. Sangre de Cristo Apartments: 984-1856

2. Santa Fe Apartments: 983-2260

3. Las Palomas Apartments: 984-8887

4. Vista Linda Apartments: 424-7590

5. Paseo Del Sol Apartments: 473-5980

6. Evergreen Apartments: 474-5821 or 474-9260

 

YOUTH SHELTERS AND FAMILY SERVICES, 983-0586, 5686-B Agua Fria

Community Housing Trust……………………………………………………………………….989-3960

Assistance with first-time home buyers, rent, assistance for terminally ill.

HELP New Mexico………………………………………………………………………986-9003

Open Hands…………………………………………………………………………428-2330 or 428-2320

Assistance with first month’s rent & move cost as well as assistance when rent is overdue.

 

MEDICAL SERVICES/SERVICIOS MÉDICOS

 

1. HEALTH CARE FOR THE HOMELESS / SERVICIOS SALUD PARA LAS PERSONAS SIN HOGAR: 988-1742, 818 Camino Sierra Vista For children and adults, free or low cost sliding scale/ Para adultos y niños, gratis o costo basado en el sueldo.

 

2. LA FAMILIA MEDICAL CENTER/ LA FAMILIA CENTRO MEDICO: 982-4425 1035 Alto Street and 2145 Caja del Oro Grant Road 2 locations, low cost sliding scale/ 2 lugares. Costo basado en el sueldo.

 

3. PMS HEALTHY TOMORROWS VAN/ CAMINÓN MEDICA: 467-1575 For adults or children over age 3. The van is located at different public schools – call for schedule. /Para adultos y niños. Camión medico localizado en varias escuelas públicas – llamar para el horario.

 

4. VILLA THERESE CLINIC/ LA CLINICA VILLA TERESA: 983-8561, 219 Cathedral Place Located behind St. Francis Cathedral downtown.

 

5. TEEN HEALTH CENTER/CENTRO PARA SALUD DE LOS ADOLESCENTES: Santa Fe High School – 467-2439; Capital High School – 467- 1081 Free – for teens over age 12/ Gratis, para los jovenes que tienen mayor de 12 años.

 

6. HEALTHY FAMILIES FIRST/ PRIMEROS PASOS: 476 – 2684, SF County Health Office, 605 Letrado Street Home visits and mentoring, education on development and child-rearing, and care coordination for services for mothers and fathers with babies from pregnancy through 3 years old.

 

7. CHILDREN’S MEDICAL SERVICES/ SERVICIOS MEDICOS PARA NIÑOS: 476-2639 For children with special needs and chronic illness/ Para niños con necesidades especiales y enfermedades crónicas.

 

8. PROJECT ANN/PROYECTO ANN:467-1573 or 690-9625 Vision and dental care for children/ salud de vista y dental para los niños.

 

9. PLANNED PARENTHOOD: 982-3684, 514 Oñate Place Family planning, women’s health and birth control/control de la natalidad, salud de las mujeres y planificación familiar.

 

10. PMS DENTAL VAN: 473-0540 For dental work/ Una camion para salud dental.

PMS Healthy Tomorrows Mobile Health Care Van…………………………….467-1575

Adults and children over 3.

11. SANTA FE COUNTY INDIGENT FUND: 992-9850 Help paying hospital bills./Les ayudan a para los cuentos del hospital.

 

Divine Dental (accepts Medicaid)………………………………………………………..629-4934

La Familia Dental Center (main) (accepts Medicaid)……………………………….984-5048

La Familia Dental Center (southside) (accepts Medicaid)…………………..474-1438

La Familia Health Care for the Homeless………………………………………….988-1742

818 Camino Sierra Vista

Many Mothers………………………………………………………………………….670-1106 Vital Support for families with newborns

Northside Dental Clinic…………………………………………………………………………820-3551

Free Consultation. Low cost dental care

Santa Fe Community College Dental Clinic (accepts Medicaid)…………428-1710

Santa Fe County Mobile Health Fair Van …………………………………………..995-9541

Santa Fe County Health Office ……………………………………………………………476-2600

Free and anonymous STD and AIDS testing and treatment. (accepts Medicaid)

Santa Fe Indian Health Services …………………………………………………………988-9821

Small Smiles of Santa Fe ………………………………………………………………….. 474-4993

Dental services for Medicaid eligible children.
Southwest CARE Center………………………………………………………………………989-8200

Free anonymous needle less AIDS testing by appointment. (accepts Medicaid)

CHILD CARE RESOURCE AND REFERRAL

Parents should personally screen childcare providers. For childcare financial assistance, see WHEN YOU NEED EXTRA HELP.

Choices for Families (home childcare providers)…………………………………..424-8697 

CYFD Childcare Assistance Program ………………………………………………….827-7499

Call for appointments except on Tuesdays.
Early Head Start (pregnancy – age 3) & Head Start (ages 3-5)……………..982-4484

Income eligibility requirements.

NATIONAL CHILD CARE INFORMATION ………………………………….1-800-616-2242

Santa Fe Community College/Division of Early Childhood ……………………428-1354

Registry of licensed/registered childcare providers………………………………..428-1344 

SER: Santa Fe Jobs for Progress…………………………………………………………..473-0428

On-site childcare for Academy/GED students.

Teen Parents(Santa Fe High School-Busy Bees Early Head Start)…………467-2865

On site child care (6 wks—3 years) for high school students & income eligible families

Teen Parents(Capital High School-Little Paws Early Head Start)…………..467-1153

On site child care (6 wks—3 years) for high school students & income eligible families

Care Connection………………………………………………………………………..913-4350

Substance abuse and mental health treatment referrals. Vouchers for child care,   transportation, peer support, pastoral guidance and job development provided for those who meet certain income guidelines.

 

COUNSELING/ CONSEJOSYOUTH SHELTERS COUNSELLING CENTER, 983-0586, 5686-B Agua Fria

Counseling offered in your home if transportation is a problem. (21 & younger)

3. ZIA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH/TEAMBUILDERS, 820-0262/471-5006, 5312 Jaguar Dr. counseling/support services and medication for families and children, also services in home and school. Provee consejos y servicios de apoyo y medicina para familias y los niños, también en la casa y en la escuela.

 

4.Solace Crisis Treatment Center  6601 Valentine Way, Santa Fe, NM 87507  505.988.1951  info@findsolace.org  For people who have experienced distress from any traumatic event, including sexual violence/ Para personas que estan sufriendo de un evento traumatico, incluyendo violación.

 

5. ESPERANZA SHELTER, 473-5220, Shelter and services for people and families who have experienced domestic violence./ Albergue y servicios para personas y familias que estan sufriendo de violencia doméstica. 1-800-473-5220 24-hour hotline.

 

6. AYUDANTES, 438-0035, 1316 Apache Ave., For families and children 14 and older with drug abuse and alcohol problems./ Servicios para adultos y adolesentes que tienen 14 años o mas, con problema con alcohol o drogas.

 

7. PASTORAL COUNSELING CENTER, 988-4131, 1533 S. St. Francis Dr. Ste. E.

 

8. GERARD’S HOUSE, 424-1800, 3204 C Mercantile Crt., Counseling and support groups for grief and loss./ Consejos y grupos de apoyo para personas que están de luto.

 

9. SKY CENTER, 473-6191 , in De Vargas Middle School

 

10. SOUTHWESTERN COUNSELING CENTER, 471-8575 , Southwestern College.

 

11. CRISIS RESPONSE, 820-6333, Hotline during a crisis. Durante un crisis cuando necessita consejos.

 

12. TEEN HEALTH CENTER/CENTRO PARA SALUD DE LOS ADOLESCENTS, Santa Fe High School 467-2439, Capital High School, 467-1081.

 

13. SANTA FE RECOVERY CENTER, 471-4985, Services for people with drug/alcohol problems/tiene servicios para personas que tienen problemas con alcohol y drogas. Residential & outpatient treatment. (accepts Medicaid)

 

14.ALCOHOL ANONYMOUS, 982-8932, Support Group for people who have an alcohol problem and for their families/Apoyo para alcoholicos y sus familias.

15. HEALTHY TOMORROWS VAN/ CAMIÓN MEDICA: 467-1575

16. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS GROUP FOR TEENS ONLY: 955-1812

Northern New Mexico NA (505) 984-2098 24 hrs

 

Al-Anon …………………………………………………………………………………………………473-0101

Care Connection………………………………………………………………………..913-4350

Substance abuse and mental health treatment referrals. Vouchers for child care,   transportation, peer support, pastoral guidance and job development provided for those who meet certain income guidelines.

Cocaine Anonymous (24 hours) …………………………………………………………984-7207 

Friendship Club recovery meetings……………..(505) 982-9040 or (505) 930-1024

Life Link.…………………………………………………………………………………..438-0010

Millenium Treatment Services…………………………………………………………..473-0571  

Quit NOW Stop Smoking………………………………………………………..1-800-784-8669

Sobering Center………………………………………………………………………….913-4330

National Spanish-Language Suicide Hotline…………………………………1-800-784-2432 New Mexico Suicide-Prevention Hotline………………………………………1-866-435-7166

Teen Suicide Hotline (Crisis Response)………………………………………………..820-6333

Young Father’s of Santa Fe ………………………………….505-699-7431 or 505-919-8109

Women’s Health Services .(accepts Medicaid)…………………………………. 988-8869

 
LEGAL ASSISTANCE/ ASISTENCIA LEGAL

 

1. NEW MEXICO LAW ACCESS: 1-800-340-9771 free call/llamada gratis.

 

2. SANTA FE LEGAL AID: 982-9886 free call/llamada gratis.

 

3. CATHOLIC CHARITIES: 424-9789, 4985 Airport Road Es un centro de apoyo para inmigrantes.

 

Bridges of Peace……………………………………………………………………….501-7000

Mediation services for youth.

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children)….. ………………820-1500 Family Court Services………………………………………………………………….455-8140

Mediation services related to child custody
Pegasus Legal Services for Children……………………………………………505-244-1101

 

WORK AND WORKERS’ RIGHTS / PARA ENCONTRAR TRABAJOS Y DERECHOS DE TRABAJADORES

 

1. NM DEPARTMENT OF LABOR: 827-7434, 301 W. De Vargas Helps with job searches and assistance/ayudarles con buscar para trabajos y otra asistencia.

 

2. ONE STOP WORK CONNECTION: 827-7426 An organization to help you find work and provide training/ una organización para ayudarles encontrar trabajos y entrenamiento.

 

3. NM DOL, DIVISION OF HUMAN RIGHTS/ DIVISIÓN DE DERECHOS HUMANOS DEL NUEVO MÉXICO DEPARTAMENTO DE TRABAJO: 827-6838 Your rights in employment, housing, access to credit and public places/ sus derechos en el empleo, vivienda, teniendo acceso al crédito y a los lugares públicos.

 

4. SANTA FE HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH CAREER CENTER: 467-2431;

CAPITAL HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH CAREER CENTER: 467-1166

For youth looking for a job or to learn about careers/ Para los adolescentes que estan buscando para trabajos o para obtener información de profesiones.

 

5. COMMUNITY CLOSET: Provides clothes and tools for work and helps with resumes for youth ages 16-25. Must be referred from an agency: 577-1905./ Provee ropa y cosas para trabajos y ayuda para buscar de trabajos para jovenes de las edades entre 16 y 25. Necesita una remission de una agencia: 577-1905.

 

Job Corps (Students 16-24)………………………………………………………….803-1994

 

EDUCATION

GED Programs

Lifelink………………………………………………………………………………………..438-0010

Bilingual GED classes

Santa Fe Community College …………………………………………………….428-1356

GED Adult Ed. Program, GED English as a Second Language. Onsite childcare.

SER: Jobs for Progress, Inc …………………………………………………………….473-0428

GED & Vocational training. On-site childcare.

Youthworks………………………………………………………………………………989-1855

Free GED classes; jobs and services for youth.

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

Adelante…………………………………………………………………………………467-2571 Program for homeless students.

Santa Fe Community College …………………………………………………………….428-1356

Adult education program.

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Teen Parent Center (Santa Fe High School)…………………………………..467-2827

High School diploma. on-site childcare, care coordination & support services.

 

FURNITURE AND CLOTHING

Community Closet………………………………………………………577-1905 or 982-1376 Clothes for men, women and children

Community Thrift Store ………………………………………………………………………..473-0972 Faith at Work…………………………………………………………………………….471-6323

Goodwill ………………………………………………………………………………424-9726 or 983-7156

Hospice Center Thrift Shop………………………………………………………………………995-9901

Open Hands Thrift Shop…………………………………………………………………………. 986-1077

St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Shop………………………………………………………………980-8328

Salvation Army………………………………………………………………………………………..473-7735

Apply for vouchers at Alameda Office.

Car Seat Distribution Program ……………………………………………………………….753-3143 Car seats for Medicaid eligible guardians of children.

 

MISCELLANEOUS/ VARIOS

 

1. SOMOS UN PUEBLO UNIDO (derechos de inmigrantes y apoyo): 424-7832

 

2. CLASES DE INGLES O PARA GED (gratis en SF Community College): 428-1353 o 428-1356.

 

3. SFPS ADELANTE PROGRAM FOR HOMELESS STUDENTS/ EL PROGRAMA ADELANTE PARA LOS ESTUDIANTES SIN HOGAR: 467-2571, 467-2524 food, school supplies and uniforms, tutoring, transportation and other services for students and siblings/ Comida, alimentos, utiles y uniformes escolares, tutorial, transportación y otros servicios para estudiantes y sus hermanos/hermanas.

 

4. NATIONAL RUNAWAY HOTLINE: 1-800-621-4000 For teens and their families/ Para adolescentes y sus familias.

 

5. STREET OUTREACH: 988-2652 402 St. Francis Drive (by Agua Fría) Center with services for homeless youth./ Un centro que provee servicios para los adolescentes sin hogar.

 

6. MANY MOTHERS/MUCHAS MAMAS: 983-5984 For moms with new babies/Para madres con bebes nuevos.

 

7. BIG BROTHERS, BIG SISTERS: 983-8360 For children that need another adult role model/Para niños que necesitan mas adultos como modelos in su vida.

 

8. MEXICAN CONSULATE/CONSULADO DE MÉXICO: 1-505-247-4177 Servicios y información para ciudadanos de México.

 

9. YOUTHWORKS! 989-1855 Free GED classes, jobs and services for youth./ Clases gratis de GED y trabajos y servicios para adolescentes.

 

10. OPEN HANDS GRANDPARENT SUPPORT GROUP: CINDY 428-2337 Support for grandparents raising grandchildren, including dinner with family./ Apoyo para abuelos que estan criando sus nietos.

 

Abortion Hotline …………………………………………………………………………..1-800-772-9100

County Extension Service ……………………………………………………………………. 471-4711

“Baby’s First Wish” and “Just in Time Parenting” online newsletters & Nutrition

Program: “Ideas for Cooking and Nutrition”
Foster/Adoption Hotline ……………………………………,………………..1-800-432-2075

Healthy Families FIRST “Primeros Pasos”…………………………………………476-2648

Care coordination services for Medicaid-eligible families during pregnancy—age 3
La Familia Medical Center…………………………………………………………………….. 982-5460

Parenting classes, birth preparation, & breastfeeding support.
Mothering Magazine………………………………………………………………………………954-3200 

Nurse Advise Hotline…………………………………………………………..1-877-725-2552

Paternity Tests………………………………………………………………………….827-1969

 

Reel Fathers  inspires men to build loving, committed relationships with their children through the dynamic use of film, story, reflective dialogue and skill building.

 

Born This Way Foundation

Led by Lady Gaga and her mother Cynthia Germanotta, the Born This Way Foundation was founded in 2011 to foster a more accepting society, where differences are embraced and individuality is celebrated. The Foundation is dedicated to creating a safe community that helps connect young people with the skills and opportunities they need to build a braver, kinder world.

We believe that everyone has the right to feel safe, to be empowered and to make a difference in the world. Together, we will move towards acceptance, bravery and love.

2009 Teen Resource Directory.pdf

 
SOCIAL SERVICE DIRECTORIES (DOWNLOADABLE)

A comprehensive social service directory compiled by Santa Fe County in English and Spanish covering every social service program in the County.

http://www.santafecounty.org/community_services/hhsd/mchdirectory

MCH RESOURCE DIRECTORY 2011-english.pdf

MCH RESOURCE DIRECTORY 2011-espanol.pdf

 

Look below for a list of Agencies that Can Help your Family compiled by Adelante. (Download the document in Spanish & English)

Aug 4 09 AGENCIAS_QUE_AYUDAN_FAMILIAS.doc.

 

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