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In 2017-18, $3.6 million is being invested in over 100 programs that promise to collectively move our community toward improved education, health, basic needs and financial stability outcomes.

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Health | Bernalillo County, Sandoval County, Torrance County
Grant Amount: $13,860
Grant Term: 2017 - 2018
Program Website: National Dance Institute of New Mexico (NDI-NM)

Dancing to Health will provide 2,550 underserved Bernalillo, Sandoval and Torrance County children ages 5-14 with in- and out-of-school instruction to instill healthy fitness/nutrition and social behaviors and improve learning strategies among those most at-risk. This evidence-based program will incorporate NDI-NM’s HIP to Be Fit® curriculum.

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Basic Needs & Financial Stability | Bernalillo County
Grant Amount: $25,200
Grant Term: 2017 - 2018
Program Website: Reading Works, Inc.

Reading Works offers free literacy programming to adults.  Literacy is more than reading and writing. We teach English to immigrants - math to adults who can't add three digit numbers - computer skills to people who don't know how to access the internet.  We strengthen families. Since 2009, we've served 979 adults and impacted 1,665 children.

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Education | Bernalillo County
Grant Amount: $77,000
Grant Term: 2017 - 2018
Program Website: YMCA of Central New Mexico

YMCA’s afterschool program fills a critical need for extended day learning at Wilson, Grant, and Jefferson Middle Schools. It provides a safe and supportive environment for early teens, focused on learning enrichment and social-emotional skills to help close the achievement gap for at-risk youth and keep them engaged and ready for lifelong success.

Education | Bernalillo County
Grant Amount: $23,000
Grant Term: 2017 - 2018
Program Website: APS Education Foundation

Homelessness wreaks havoc on the stability and academic progress of our students. The mission of the Title I Homeless Project is to provide the means, motivation, and encouragement needed for homeless students to reach their potentials as productive members of society in an educational environment that treats all students with dignity and respect.

Health | Bernalillo County, Sandoval County, Torrance County, Valencia County
Grant Amount: $35,500
Grant Term: 2017 - 2018
Program Website: Youth Suicide Prevention

Agora provides free, confidential, compassionate help to anyone in need of emotional support. Our services include crisis helpline, online chat, information and referral, community education and volunteer opportunities.  Our evidence based curriculum is based on SAMHSA best practices and is accredited by CONTACT USA.

Health | Bernalillo County
Grant Amount: $12,000
Grant Term: 2017 - 2018
Program Website: New Mexico Community Aids Partnership

This project is designed to fill gaps in service and increase regional capacity for HIV prevention, education and services. We complete an annual needs assessment and confer with other local providers of HIV services to assure that our work is addressing the most urgent community needs and does not duplicate other efforts.

Health | Bernalillo County, Sandoval County
Grant Amount: $7,000
Grant Term: 2017 - 2018
Program Website: Albuquerque Center for Hope & Recovery Drop-In Center

The mission of the Albuquerque Center for Hope & Recovery (ACHR) is to support people who live with mental health or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse 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.

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Basic Needs & Financial Stability | Bernalillo County
Grant Amount: $26,000
Grant Term: 2017 - 2018
Program Website: Heading Home

Albuquerque Heading Home (AHH) houses the most medically vulnerable people experiencing chronic homelessness, those who will die on the streets if not prioritized into housing. It utilizes evidence-based practices and a client-centered focus to help people move from living on the streets into permanent housing, and to maintain that housing.

Health | Bernalillo County
Grant Amount: $8,800
Grant Term: 2017 - 2018
Program Website: Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless (AHCH)

AHCH’s Harm Reduction Outreach (HRO) Program addresses HIV and other infectious diseases, homelessness, and lack of access to services for people living in poverty. HRO staff provide HIV infection interventions and link participants to other AHCH services including: medical, dental, and behavioral health care, social services, and housing.

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Basic Needs & Financial Stability | Bernalillo County, Sandoval County, Valencia County
Grant Amount: $14,000
Grant Term: 2017 - 2018
Program Website: Share Your Care, Inc.

Alivio is an internal funding stream that provides Adult Day Services for low-­income, un/under-­insured frail, elderly, disabled,  and vulnerable adults and seniors in need of services but who do not qualify for funding and can't afford to pay for services privately. Alivio also provides Respite and support for their Family Members and Caregivers.

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