JOB OPENING: Property Manager-Gallup

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Property Manager – Gallup, NM Part Time –30 Hours Per Week; Pay Rate: $14-$16 per hour SUMMARY: The Property Manager is responsible for the overall operations of Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico (SHC) apartment homes to include maintaining a high occupancy rate; operating within budget; coordinating the work of the Maintenance Technician, Courtesy Monitors, […]

JOB OPENING: Courtesy Monitor

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COURTESY MONITOR at DOWNTOWN @700-2nd APARTMENTS Job Type: Full-time Pay Rate: $10 per hour JOB SUMMARY *** Successful Candidates MUST be dependable and able to work Evening, Weekend, and Holiday Shifts.*** The primary function of the Courtesy Monitor is to provide tenant assistance on night and weekends, conduct nightly inspections to ensure security of property, […]

A Home, A Neighbor, A Community

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It is with great sadness that we announce long-time SHC resident, Tony, passed away on November 1st. Tony loved his apartment community. He was avid about the community garden, prepared food for every Thanksgiving and Christmas potluck, helped to decorate the community tree, and even donated cookies that he baked for us to take to […]

Family loses everything in fire

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One of the families housed through SHC’s housing voucher program recently lost all their possessions in a fire. Candace, Gabriel, and their two children escaped the fire unscathed and are awaiting placement in a new home. Unfortunately they lost their two pets. They have already received donations of clothing, diapers, toys, and pet food (for […]

CORT: “Why We Give”

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“We are extremely honored to partner and donate furniture at the recent fundraiser luncheon for the Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico. The hard work that SHC does each and every day to help the community and provide people a better place to live is extraordinary. At CORT, we also believe that everyone deserves a […]

Tommy’s life just got a little brighter

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“My path looks so much brighter!” – Tommy Tommy became homeless nearly ten years ago because of alcoholism, domestic violence, and financial strain. Between rent, student loan debt, and attempting to flee a violent home life, his bills, addiction, and stress levels became insurmountable. When he was not at a shelter, he camped out on […]

Welcoming Home Youth In Transition

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At our Welcome Home Fundraiser, three of the silent auction items were room ensembles donated by CORT furniture and bid on by luncheon attendees. A big thank you to Joell Ackerman of Heading Home who made the winning bid and promptly donated the dining room and kitchen accessories back to SHC for a newly housed […]