First Nations Community HealthSource

Member of the Council badgeFirst Nations Community HealthSource is an urban Indian health center, health care for the homeless clinic and community health center in southeast Albuquerque, New Mexico. The center’s mission is to provide culturally appropriate and comprehensive health servcies that address the physical, social, emotional and spiritual well being of American Indians and other underserved populations in Albuquerque and the surrounding tribes.


Primary care, dental, behavioral health, HIV prevention and case management, diabetes prevention, Traditional Healing, WIC, homeless outreach and case management, social services, emergency financial assistance, healthy relationship education, Medicaid enrollment, youth mentoring, community health education and alternative therapies (e.g., acupuncture, massage, herbal consultations). Case management, domestic violence and sexual assault prevention


Case management, community health education, Medicaid and SSI enrollment


Estimated homeless population: 16,000

Patients served: 900