Assistance Dogs of the West (ADW) builds successful working partnerships between clients and dogs that empower people and open doors to new opportunities.
Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico (TGRCNM) is only agency in NM that exists solely to serve transgender people, their families and loved ones. Through a mixture of services and advocacy we are working to improve the lives of our community members.
A progressive, inclusive with a long history of social justice action, and outreach in the community.
Not Forgotten Outreach is dedicated to motivating military Veterans and Gold Star families of fallen Warriors to participate in recreational and/or therapeutic activities in order to facilitate the healing process.
The East Mountain High School Foundation, partners with East Mountain High School and the community to create exceptional public educational opportunities. Our donors and volunteers contribute resources that enable the school to achieve its mission of preparing each student to succeed in college and beyond.
Provide safe living options and services for lesbian, gay, bisexual,transgender,queer and questioning (LGBTQ) youth, and allies who are at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Allies are typically who do not identify as LGBTQ, but support and fight to end the injustices that occur to those who do.
Empower Victims and Engage the Community to Break the Cycle of domestic Violence. All of our service are safe, confidential, culturally-sensitive and free. DVRC provides victim advocacy, case management, and counseling service to adult and child victims of domestic violence. Helping out clients become economically empowered, self-sufficient and begin living violence free lives. We work individually with clients in order to connect and provide wrap around community and social services.
Paws and Stripes is a nonprofit organization providing service dogs for wounded military providing service dogs for wounded military veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury through integrating service dog training and education.
Our mission to to reunite North American truck drivers and their family in times of crisis.
Mandy’s Farm is a nonprofit organization that assists individuals with Developmental Disabilities to achieve goals by structuring a positive, purposeful and caring environment for living, learning, and working in the community.
Talking Talons Youth Leadership (TTYL), established in 1988, is a non-profit, wildlife and environmental education and youth development organization. Our programs develop skills in leadership, communication, listening, public speaking, team building, peer-to-peer education, mentorship and job skills.
The Sanctuary at ABQ is an organization dedicated to organic farming, urban-repurposing, and green technologies. We meet the needs of our communities, by developing social enterprises which create sustainable access to organic foods and affordable housing, specifically for veterans and seniors.
Silver Horizons' "Safe and Surviving at Home" program is entirely focused on helping the lowest-income seniors meet their basic needs, have access to nutrition, and maintain a decent standard of living. Silver Horizons provides critical help to: Seniors in danger of having utilities shut off; Seniors who otherwise would have to leave their homes because of changing health needs; Seniors who simply do not have enough food to eat.
We are proud to say that we are the ONLY PATH,Intl PREMIER ACCREDITED CENTER in New Mexico. PATH, Intl (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) is a worldwide organization dedicated to establishing centers with the highest quality of standards in the industry. As an all-volunteer organization we depend on your participation either by contribution or by volunteering to help. Our goal is to help all individuals who want to learn to ride a horse be successful, no matter what their challenges in life might be. We serve both the veteran population as well as the developmental, physically, or mentally challenged individuals of our community. Riding instruction is performed by certified PATH, Intl. instructors who create customized lessons structured for the individual, offering whatever supports are needed to insure the riders are successful. While they are learning to ride, they are reducing the effects of PTSD, increasing mobility, gaining independence and self-confidence, and improving their overall health all through the magic of a horse.
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Albuquerque Business First wrote an article about One Community Auto being chosen as an American Small Business Champion! Check out the big news below. We are excited about competing for the grand prize, which was awarded to another Albuquerque business last year. Click here to read the full article.