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Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
525 2nd St SW
The Albuquerque Rescue Mission offers a broad range of services to help those who are hungry, homeless or in need of medical care. The Mission also provides help for those struggling with addictions.
If you feel hopeless and like there's nowhere else to go, call us. You may have a loved one in trouble and don't know what to do. Call us. We exist to end homelessness for anyone who wants a better life. Each of the services described below is offered free of charge through the generosity of faithful donors. Hours: Open today · Open 24 hours
DAILY MEAL SERVICE
The doors of the Albuquerque Rescue Mission are open Monday through Saturday for anyone who is hungry to come in for a meal. Those coming in for a meal are not asked for an ID and there is no long process to through – simply pick up a plate and eat.
Breakfast & dinner are served Monday through Saturday.
Breakfast: 6:00 am to 7:00 am
Dinner: 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
The Albuquerque Rescue Mission provides boxes of groceries for families in need. The food box program is supervised by our Kitchen Staff and is contingent upon the availability of food for the program. Food boxes are designed to feed any size family, three meals a day, for one week.
Health care can often be hard to come by – we understand, that's why the Albuquerque Rescue Mission partners with Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless to offer barrier-free medical services.
If we can't serve you, we will provide you a doctor's referral to someone who can. Volunteers also help people apply for Medicare or Medicaid.
Walk In Clinic Fridays: 2:30pm to 4:00pm
Crisis happens. It could be a loss of employment, divorce, or a health emergency that pushes us to the brink of financial breakdown. We provide counseling, referrals for legal advice, and access to Veterans, Seniors, and other resources.
Office Hours: Monday to Friday - 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
RESIDENTIAL TRANSFORMATION PROGRAMS
The Albuquerque Rescue Mission provides residential recovery programs for both men and women. The New Life Program for men and the Women's Center of Hope have been developed from the perspective that homelessness is both the problem and the symptom of other problems that can range from chronic substance abuse, financial instability, domestic violence, sexual victimization and more.
The New Life Program and Women's Center of Hope solve the problem of homelessness by providing for the basic needs of each man and woman for a period of 12 to 18 months while they are in recovery and restoration. These services include shelter, meals, clothing, and support. Call us to schedule an appointment. Our programs are offered FREE of charge.
At the Albuquerque Rescue Mission, everyone is treated like a king and queen – we want to demonstrate in our dignity and respect towards you that you are deeply loved and valued by God. We offer free clothing, showers, and hygiene kits.
Women's Clothing Service: Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Men's Clothing Service: Monday to Friday - 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Women's Showers & Hygiene Kits: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm *No showers for men at this time
During the winter months, from November 15 to March 16, an additional 280 + beds for men and women and families with children (10 years old and under) are available with the opening of the Winter Shelter.
Signups for Winter Shelter: Monday to Saturday - 3:00 pm
WINTER SHELTER INFO
Winter shelter provides emergency shelter services to homeless individuals and families during the winter months. The Winter Shelter provides overnight shelter accommodation and outreach services to those want to engage in supportive services and housing. The shelter will open on Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015, and run through March 15, 2016. The shelter accepts single men & women, families, and families with children under 18.
Transportation is provided from the Albuquerque Rescue Mission to the winter shelter facility every evening and transportation from the shelter back to the Rescue Mission every morning.
People needing shelter can go to the Albuquerque Rescue Mission located at 525 2nd SW by 8 p.m. nightly. The Rescue Mission also operates a nightly emergency shelter van that travels along Central Avenue from 8 p.m. to midnight.
On Site Registration and Transportation
Time: 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Location: 525 2nd SW (2nd and Iron)
(505) 346-4673 #114 (3 p.m. to 8 p.m.)
(505) 346-4673 #122 (after 8 p.m.)
(505) 917-0677 (Shelter Lead Monitor/ After 6 p.m.)
(505) 839-9193 (Shelter Landline)
Emergency Van Hours: 8 p.m. to Midnight
Emergency Van Pick-up Points
3rd & Iron
Central & Alcazar
Central & Wyoming (under the Hillson's sign)
Central & Eubank (under the Home Depot sign)
Central & Juan Tabo (northeast corner)
Central & Tramway (next to the Icon Movie House)
Central & Parsifal (in the parking lot)
Central & Wisconsin (under the stop sign)
Central & Louisiana (in front of the fairgrounds)
Central & Truman (corner of parking lot)
Central & Dartmouth (in front of the substation)
Central & Sunset Dr. (Vacant lot)
Central & Coors (Behind bus stop)