Senior Information Line

Call (505) 764-6400 for information about resources for seniors in Albuquerque.

Senior Information Line

Location: 714 Seventh SW - Map
Phone Number: (505) 764-6400
TTY: (800) 659-8331
Fax: (505) 764-6455

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Do you have questions about the services that are available to you as a senior? Are you a caregiver searching for services to help your parents or other relatives and friends?

Call (505) 764-6400 or visit us at the Senior Information Line, your one-stop senior information phone line and resource center.

We help link seniors to appropriate community services throughout metropolitan Albuquerque, and provide information, assessment, referral, assistance, and literature. Information is available on topics such as disabilities programs, caregiver resources and benefit and assistance programs.

Quick Guide to Senior Services

In partnership with the Lovelace Senior Plan, we are pleased to introduce the newest Quick Guide publication which offers a wealth of information organized around key services and resources in our community that are helpful for seniors and family caregivers throughout the Albuquerque area.

View the Senior Services Quick Guide

Age Requirements

Many of the Department of Senior Affairs' programs have a minimum age requirement of 50 to participate. Some of our other programs, including home-delivered meals, transportation, care coordination, senior day services, which are funded by the Older American's Act, have a minimum age of 60.

Suggested Contribution Schedule

Please keep in mind that donations are requested for some services. However, no one will be denied services if he or she chooses not to contribute.

Our contribution schedule is as follows:

  • Exercise Programs: 50 cents per one-hour session
  • Home Chores Program: $5.50 per hour of service
  • Home Retrofit/Repair Program: $11.25 per hour of service (materials extra)
  • Transportation Program: $2.50 per round-trip
  • Meals: The Department of Senior Affairs requests contributions of $2 per home-delivered and congregate meal at Barelas, North Valley, Los Volcanes, and Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Centers for those 60 and older.
    It is suggested that persons 55-59 contribute $2 per meal, and those 55 and under pay $5.
    Reservations are required for meals and transporation. Menus and calendars of activities are available at each Senior Center or meal site.
    For additional information, call (505) 764-6400.