New Mexico

Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless, Inc.


Member of the Council badgeAlbuquerque Health Care for the Homeless (AHCH) provides services at a consolidated health campus and through extensive outreach. The centralized campus is located in the city and service area core, near emergency shelters, hospitals, meal sites, and main public transportation routes.  The AHCH mission is to provide caring and comprehensive health and integrated supportive services, linking people experiencing homelessness to … More →

El Centro Family Health


Member of the Council badgeEl Centro Family Health provides quality health care at affordable prices to rural Northern New Mexico. With 13 medical clinics, 9 school based clinics, and 3 dental clinics. Our clinics span 22,000 square miles and serve more than 17,700 patients each year.… More →

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.… More →

La Familia Medical Center’s Health Care for the Homeless

Santa Fe

Member of the Council badgeThe La Familia Medical Center Healthcare for the Homeless of Santa Fe provides primary care services with linkages to existing community services for persons who are homeless in Santa Fe County.… More →

Presbyterian Medical Services/Farmington Community Health Center

Santa Fe

Member of the Council badgePresbyterian Medical Services (PMS) has been providing primary medical care, dental care, and behavioral health care services in rural New Mexico for over 40 years, operating 38 health centers in 14 counties statewide. Its integrated model of care addresses health disparities of populations at risk for poor health outcomes and expands access to primary care for underserved residents who dominate … More →

St. Luke’s Health Care Clinic

Las Cruces

Member of the Council badgeIncorporated on May 4, 1990, St. Luke’s opened its doors on January 3, 1991 with Dr. Stanislaus Ting as the first volunteer medical director. Their birth led to bigger dreams that blossomed in 1994 into the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH) campus on Amador Avenue in Las Cruces. Today, the campus is home to five non-profit agencies who provide … More →