Endorphin Power Company
Tel: 505-268-3372

UNM Health Community Clinic for HIV and co-occuring Hep C treatment.  Hep-C and Hep B treatment without HIV co-infection provided at Infectious Disease Clinic main Hospital.  Hep C clinic also available through Project ECHO (see Web resources).

University of New Mexico-HIV/Hep C Clinic

UNM Truman Health Services
801 Encino Place Bldg F
Albuquerque, NM,  87102

505 272-1312


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Narcan Rescue kits, compounding low-dose naltrexone, full service pharmacy

Menaul Compounding Pharmacy

11417 Menaul Blvd NE

Albuquerque, NM 87112
Phone:(505) 291-1600


Adult Sober Living for Women with Wrap Around Services.  Counseling, Case Management, Parenting Assistance, Vocational assistance. Healthy community activities. Must have dual diagnosis.

Crossroads for Women

805 Tijeras NW

Albuquerque, NM 87102

505 242-1010


Directory of Oxford Houses and other transitional housing for those with mental health and substance use disorders

Transitional Housing of Albuquerque

Various Locations in Albuquerque


AMCI serves as Albuquerque's single point of entry for people seeking outpatient counseling for problems with substance abuse. Licensed counselors provide a thorough assessment, followed by a referral to select treatment providers throughout the city. Assessment and counseling are paid for through funding from the City of Albuquerque.  Substance Abuse Treatment Vouchers


Albuquerque Metro Central Intake

1258 Ortiz St SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Phone: (505) 272-9033


Harm reduction, Needle/Syringe Exchange

New Mexico Syringe Exchange Programs

Various Locations in NM


Services for Health Professionals with substance abuse/addiction, mental health, behavioral health, physical health problems that interfere with professional performance.

MATS Detox Program

5901 Zuni Road SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Phone: (505) 468-1555

Acute Alcohol Detox and Treatment


New Mexico Monitored Treatment Program

11930 Menaul NE Suite 110
Albuquerque, NM 87112



Other Services

New Mexico Legal Aid
301 Gold Ave SW # 101
Albuquerque, NM
(505) 243-7871


New Mexico Christian Legal Aid is an independent, multi-denominational ministry and 501(c)(3) charitable organization that primarily serves the Albuquerque Metro Area. We are Christian lawyers, law students, legal assistants, paralegals and other volunteers who provide pro bono legal and spiritual assistance to the homeless and needy during interview sessions at Noon Day Ministries, Albuquerque Rescue Mission, Good Shepherd Center, Victory Outreach Center and Joy Junction.

Christian Legal Aid
101 Broadway Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM
(505) 842-9460

 30% of all accidental overdoses in the US--which average about 20,000 per year--       involve benzodiazepines!

Transitional Living for Men and Women.  Alternative Therapies.  CBT.  Counseling.  IOPS for adults and Juveniles.

Provides services for alcohol and drug prevention through Christian Education Training.  Requires an 18 to 24 month commitment.  Female residence in East Mountains area for ages 13-17.  For young people experiencing life controlling problems including substance abuse.

Teen Challenge of New Mexico

PO Box 20610

Albuquerque, NM 87571

505 281-8467

The New Mexico Council on Problem Gambling (NMCPG), established in 1998, is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help compulsive gamblers and their families by providing crisis intervention via our twenty-four hour gambling specific statewide bi-lingual hotline.  The Council provides services consistent with their Responsible Gaming Program as well as training gaming establishment staff on how to make an effective intervention and referral for a problem gambler in crisis. Problem Gambling does NOT just effect your life, it impacts others around you. Your call for help is not just a call for yourself.

New Mexico Council on Problem Gambling
P.O. Box 10127
Albuquerque, NM 87184-0127
Tel: 505.897.1000
Fax: 505.897.1115
Email: Kandace@me.com
Website: www.nmcpg.org
Helpline: 800.572.1142

Overdose is a Medical Emergency!

  • Call 911 or have someone call
  • Perform Rescue Breathing
  • Administer Narcan
  • Stay With the Person
  • New Mexico has a Good Samaritan Law that protects anyone from arrest who may be helping an overdose victim.

Signs of An Opioid Overdose

  • Unconscious or Unresponsive (no response to shouting or shaking)
  • Pale or Blue Lips, Face, or Fingertips
  • Skin Cold to Touch
  • Slow, Shallow, or Raspy Breathing/No Breathing
  • Gurgling or Snoring Sounds
  • Pinpoint Pupils
  • Injection Paraphernalia  Around

Adult Sober Living .  We provide single occupancy, transitional housing for people experiencing homelessness as a result of substance abuse. We provide a safe, clean and sober living environment where people become part of a healthy community and are encouraged to set and reach goals.

New Mexico Legal Aid helps low-income New Mexicans and their families maintain fundamental legal rights, protecting their livelihoods while ensuring health, safety and security. We also wok closely with community agencies and volunteers to give low-income New Mexicans information and advice for how to avoid or solve many common legal problems on their own.  Our legal services are intended to help clients at and below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines and victims of violence, regardless of income. Services are available regardless of language, age, gender, education, and physical/mental limitations.

P B & J Family Services Inc
1101 Lopez Rd SW
Albuquerque, NM
(505) 877-7060

209 San Pablo St SE
Albuquerque, NM
(505) 944-7224

Narcan In Bernalillo CountyProgram

Various Locations. Pharmacists may prescribe. Training Available

Midtown Public Health Office & Strret Outreach Sites

2400 Wellesley NE

505 841-4100

Highland Pharmacy

717 Encino Place NE

505 243-3777

Casa De Salud

1608 Isleta Blvd SW

505 907-8311

Southwest Valley Public Health Office

2001 El Centro Familiar SW

505 873-7478

Medicine Chest Pharmacy

1123 Candelaria NW

505 344-2335


9700 Menaul NE

505 299-9541

3400 Coors NW

505 836-4111

ABQ Healthcare for the Homeless

1217 1st ST NW

505 766-5197

Northwest Valley Public Health Office

7704 2nd St

505 897-5700

Smith's Pharmacy

1601 Arenal SW

505 877-4542

Solutions Treatment Center
Address: 1264 Rodeo Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Phone:(877) 499-1354

Fatherhood Reentry Program & Fathers Building Futures is a reentry program for fathers recently released from Los Lunas Men’s Prison or Bernalillo’s Metropolitan Detention Center. Program includes pre-and post-release wrap-around support including family-based case management, parenting education, counseling, job training and placement.