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Mental & Behavioral Health

Find help with City funded resources for addiction, mental health, behavioral health crisis, and counseling needs.

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If you are having an emergency, call 911. You will get either a police, fire, or community safety response depending on your need.

Crisis and Information Lines

For information on other services, please dial 2-1-1 or visit the United Way website.

Agency Name Agency Contact Information Additional Information

988 Suicide and Crisis lifeline

988 or 800-273-8255 The lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you and or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States. English, Spanish. Learn more about help and support for suicide.

9004 Menaul NE Suite #12

Open most Mondays through Fridays but hours vary, please call to be sure someone is working the office before stopping by. ​Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of problem drinkers who share their experience, strength and hope in order to solve their common problems. Al-Anon's primary purpose is to help family and friends of alcoholics, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not.
Albuquerque Center for Hope & Recovery

913 2nd NW
505-246-2247 and
488 NM-333 Tijeras NM

2 drop in centers, one in Albuquerque one in Tijeras. Our mission at ACHR is to support people who live with mental health or co-occurring mental health and substance use challenges. Through peer support, in a safe environment, ACHR aims to help people experience positive life growth by focusing on hope, humor and personal responsibility.
Albuquerque Community Safety Emergencies: 911
Non-emergencies: 311
If you are experiencing a mental health, housing, substance use or other non-violent crisis, call 911. ACS will send a trained professional to help you address the need and make sure you get connected to the right services. If it can wait for a follow-up, call 311.
Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center 505-243-2333 The center is committed to providing victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault and their families with a safe setting to assist in addressing and overcoming the trauma of their experience and break the cycle of violence that destroys families.
Albuquerque Indian Center 505-268-4418 AIC provides substance abuse, family and couples' therapy, and mental health assessment.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

1921 Alvarado Drive NE

BernCo Care Campus

5901 Zuni SE

No cost direct services for Bernalillo County residents. Naloxone (Narcan) on site.
Choice Recovery Path

11401 Menaul NE

Behavioral Health and recovery services.
First Nations Community Healthsource 6416 Zuni Rd SE 505-717-2704 First Nations provides an integrated and culturally competent health delivery system that addresses the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of our community members.

Healthcare for the Homeless

1217 First NW
We offer a diverse and very comprehensive set of services and programs - from medical, to dental, to mental wellness and substance abuse our mission is to help people become sustainable and healthy in a holistic manner.


1201 3rd NW
We have a solution, which includes addressing all of the underlying factors that lead to homelessness, such as poverty, unaffordable housing, mental/behavioral health issues, substance abuse, unemployment, and more.
Inner Compass Counseling

2509 Vermont NE Suite D

Voucher program. Intensive outpatient therapy program. Call for more information.
NAMI 1-800-950-6264

Free peer to peer program focused on wellness and recovery, and family to family programs for family members and friends of adults who live with mental illness.

Nar-Anon Family Groups 5800 Montgomery NE and 124 Texas St NE

Nar-Anon family groups are a worldwide felowship for those affected by someone else's addiction.

  • New Beginnings Nar-Anon at Del Notre Baptist Church Mondays 6:30 to 8 p.m.
  • SpeakLife Nar-Anon at Albuquerque Revival Church Wednesdays 7 to 8 p.m.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) 1-800-798-6649 Can call 24/7
Native American Services & Resources View Native American Services & Resources information The City of Albuquerque Office of Native American Affairs recognizes that Native Americans have an inalienable permanent right to exist as peoples, nations, cultures, and societies.
New Mexico Peer to Peer Warmline 1-855-466-7100 If you or a loved one wants to talk to someone that has been there, professional peers support workers are here to talk with you.

New Mexico Solutions

707 Broadway Blvd. NE, Suite 500
Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services in New Mexico. Specialized staff offers a variety of services for children, adolescents, adults and their family members/life partners.
PATH Program View PATH Program information The City of Albuquerque funds substance use disorder treatment for clients meeting certain criteria. Potential clients make an appointment for a substance use disorder assessment directly with one of the City’s treatment providers. After conducting the assessment, the provider informs the client if the client is in need of treatment and will schedule the client to begin services.
Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico 9741 Candelaria NE
24 hour crisis line. We also offer an intake appointment for counseling for anyone impacted by sexual violence. This service is for anyone 13 years of age or older. All services at the Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico are free of charge. 866-535-8856 We provide expert free mental health and substance abuse resources for people at any stage of their recovery journey.
Transgender Resource Center of Central New Mexico 4100 Silver SE
We support transgender, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming communities through direct services, education, and advocacy.
UNM Addiction & Substance Abuse Program 505-924-7999 If you or a loved one are struggling, know that you are not alone. Children, teens, adults and seniors can get 24/7 help for substance use and mental health conditions at UNM Health’s Psychiatric Center.
UNM Mental Health Center 505-272-2800 The state's largest community mental health care provider, UNM Psychiatric Center provides a full spectrum of behavioral health care for thousands of New Mexicans each year.
UNM Psychiatric Center 24-hour Crisis line: 505-272-2800  
Veterans Services View Veterans Services information Connect with resources, contact the Mayor's office, and stay up-to-date on the issues that matter to our veterans and military service members and their families.
Youth Development Inc. 6301 Central NW
We can help you with preschool and child care, prenatal care, alternative education, job training, employment assistance, mental and behavioral health services, homeless assistance, emergency housing, mentoring, family development services, family counseling services, and supervised visitation.