We believe in ending homelessness for good
because everyone deserves a home
To prevent and reduce homelessness and increase the quality of life for people with behavioral health issues in New Mexico by creating
affordable, supportive housing in partnership with local communities and member agencies
Permanent supportive housing has made it possible for Jesse to get the support he needs to stay clean and sober, find work that satisfies him, work on his art, and begin his journey of health and healing.
Downtown @700 2nd is not just a place where you pay rent but a place of love, wellness, and no negativity; a place that helps you rediscover your strengths and find your life again.
Not only did you give us the keys to our own home, you have also given us keys to many opportunities to better our lives and success in all our endeavors. You are all a blessing for those who are rolling up their tents and following in our footsteps!
I have gotten the trust of my family back because I am in a stable place. My grandkids come to visit me. And now my house is not just a place to live, they (the grandkids) have turned it into a home. When I put my key in the door, I am home, and that is a great feeling.
For 20 years I spent my time looking for a place to sleep at night, looking for food, fighting for my health, and fearing for my life. I don’t think people understand what it means to be stable and have a home. It’s my sanctuary, it’s where I feel safe.
JOB SUMMARY: SHC-NM is seeking a reliable full-time residential Maintenance Technician for two of our properties in Albuquerque, NM housing low-income persons with mental health diagnoses and persons with disabilities. The Maintenance Technician services the assigned property responding to all preventative maintenance, property work orders, unit turns, maintains […]
On December 1, SHC launched its 2018 Year End Campaign for our Housing Support Fund. Your gift allows us to provide assistance to hundreds of individuals and families, create a welcoming, well maintained, and supportive environment for our formerly homeless tenants, and expand their access to health services, life skills, education, and the larger community. […]
Jesse grew up in an abusive home with a father imprisoned for drug dealing and lived with grandparents who couldn’t cope with a troubled young boy. He suffers from depression, anxiety, PTSD and substance abuse. A father himself, Jesse finally sought help for his mental health issues. But after treatment, Jesse was still without a […]