Help Mayor Keller Fight Homelessness

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The City of Albuquerque conducted a homeless study in 2015 that showed that there were fewer people experiencing homelessness in Albuquerque than prior years. While this was a positive study, why isn’t this enough for our city and why must we do more to help homelessness in Albuquerque? Simply put, it is not enough because […]

Job Opening: Courtesy Monitor

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Courtesy Monitor – Downtown @ 700-2nd Pay Rate: $10.00 per hour (up to 40 hours per week)  Position Requirements:  *** Successful Candidates MUST be dependable and able to work Evening, Weekend, and Holiday Shifts.***  Education Requirement:    High School Diploma (or equivalent) Major Duties: To be present and available at the property during hours when a […]

Job Opening: Housing Specialist

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Housing Specialist Full-time (40 hours weekly) $16-$20/hour SUMMARY: Administer housing vouchers utilizing supportive housing best practices. RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES: Conduct orientation for new applicants Assist applicants with housing search Conduct Housing Quality Standards (HQS) inspection Oversee move-in and lease signing Conduct Annual HQS and Certification Maintain client files Data entry EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE Associates Degree […]

Job Opening: Program Intake/Administrative Assistant

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Program Intake / Administrative Assistant Full-time (40 hours weekly) $15-$16/hour SUMMARY:  Provides administrative and program support for the Community Housing, Resource Development and Finance departments RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES: Receive client application and determine program eligibility Program Invoice preparation Data entry Process accounts payables Front desk coverage, mail distribution Welcome clients, visitors, and vendors Answer phone, […]

Twenty years later… We begin anew

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Utilizing momentum from the 20th anniversary to commemorate a new milestone Supportive Housing Coalition’s rebranding effort helped them explain how they help homeless people in Albuquerque Recently, the Supportive Housing Coalition realized they were struggling because people didn’t understand what they do. When they brought on a new executive director, Steve Ross, they started to […]

Housing Changes Lives!

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Housing Means Education Next month, Donald will graduate from college, on the dean’s list, with a 3.8 GPA. And he did much of that while living out of his car. Donald grew up in poverty in Memphis, Tennessee. Desperate to make ends meet, he dropped out of school. He knew that decision deeply disappointed his […]

Thank you to our 2016 Donors!

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Many of our 2016 donors and partners gathered at Downtown @700-2nd for our annual Donor Appreciation Reception. Everyone who attended received exclusive SHC-NM note cards featuring artwork by Tony and Julianna Pelletier. The original artwork for the cards was sold via a silent auction. Brian Colón won the auction. Tony and Julianna also sold their […]