GOAL: To reduce recidivism through collaboration of community-based, faith-based, for-profit, not-for-profit, and government agencies that network, educate, nurture, train, and work with returning citizens (former prisoners) and their families to prepare for successful transition into society as productive, law-abiding citizens of the community.
Heat New Mexico assistance for low-income NM Gas Company customers. You do not need a disconnect notice; just bring your current bill. For eligibility and documentation required, click here. You are required to bring proof that you have applied for LIHEAP (although this requirement can be waived for customers aged 65+) but if you applied and were unable to qualify for LIHEAP, Salvation Army may still be able to assist you.
The Pavilions celebrated the program's first graduation in February, 2017! (Read the whole story HERE) Located in Los Lunas, NM, The Pavilions is the newest program location for Crossroads for Women, All of the women at The Pavilions have been previously incarcerated. Program Director Cory Lee routinely visits the prisons to educate women about The Pavilions program and interview potential clients for this 30-bed facility. Each day at The Pavilions is highly structured to help the women develop a routine, work on their recovery, and develop life skills. On the weekends, women spend designated time visiting with their children and family members and working on their spiritual development.
Housing Resources for Returning Citizens Listing of housing options and resources for returning citizens, from the Returning Citizens Coalition
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