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Community Resources

Please choose from the categories below for the type of community resources that you are current seeking. Please feel free to Email me or call me at (505) 504-5449 if you have any questions or concerns.



Addiction / Substance Use Resources

Because we all need help and support from others to support and sustain change, I also encourage individuals and families to participate with self-help groups or to educate themselves through online resources and self-help resources. Some of the support groups available in Albuquerque include the following:
12 Step Resources for people with substance use / compulsive behavioral concerns General Addiction Resources
  • SAMHSA - Government organization with lots of research, self-help resources, and clinical resources
Resources for Problematic Gambling Resources for families of people with substance use / compulsive behavioral concerns Secular substance use / compulsive behavioral concern support groups and other resources

Grief and Loss Resources


Kink, Polyamory, and other Consensual Non-Monogamy Resources


LGBTQ Resources

Listed below are a variety of LGBTQ resources in the Albuquerque area and Nationally. A part of getting help often involves connecting to affirming and supportive community and national resources, which can help us feel less isolated or alone.
Albuquerque Local Resources
  • Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico - Support groups and many other resources.
  • UNM University LGBTQRC Resource Center - University resource center and support services.
  • Equality New Mexico - Education and advocacy organization.
  • U21 - Youth under 21 and their allies support and social group. Lots of events on their website!
  • NM Power - Support and Social groups for individuals age 18-29. They can be reached at (505) 504-8205.
  • Casa Q - Youth homeless shelter for age 14-18. They can be reached at (505) 872-2099.
  • UNM Truman Clinic - Offers medical treatment in two clinics one specializing in working with patients diagnosed with HIV / AIDs and a second clinic dedicated to helping transgender individuals age 16+.
National Resources

Suicide / Self Harm Crisis Resources

Many of us feel such a severe pain that some times it feels like there is no way out. Suicidal ideation has been described as feeling like you are trapped in a burning building and the only exit you can find is suicide. Self harm often includes a desperation to escape or soothe underlying emotional torment. Utilizing crisis resources is one of many ways to keep us living while we find in treatment the alternative paths to suicide or self harm that help ameliorate our pain and anguish.