CONGRATULATIONS TO THE HELP-NM 2016 GRADUATES 

"Congratulations to each of you. I know that each of you made many sacrifices to earn your diplomas today. You all should be very proud of the accomplishments you are celebrating today."  ~Senator Tom Udall

To view the full letter from Senator Udall and some photos from the ceremony click the letter:

         

HELP-New Mexico

Day Declared by New Mexico Senate

WHEREAS, HELP-New Mexico, Inc. was created and incorporated as the Home Education Livelihood Program, Inc. in 1965 by the Interdenominational New Mexico Council of Churches and its successor, the New Mexico Conference of Chruches and Church Women United;....
Declared January 27, 2016 "HELP-NEW MEXICO, INC. DAY" in the Senate in Honor of that organization's Fiftieth Golden Anniversary.

 

HELP-New Mexico

Honored for 50 Years of Service

The Community Action Partnership presented to HELP-New Mexico, 1965 - 2015 an Award in recognition of 50 years of service as a Community Action Agency to the People of New Mexico.

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How We Can Help YOU!

Job Training & Placement for Youth & Adults

Assistance with Utilities and Rent

Food Program for Day Care Providers

Supportive Housing for Individuals in Need

Childcare Services to Over 26,000 children since 1970

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Housing Initiative
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Bernalillo County
 

 

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Child and Adult Care Food Program

Public Release Statement 

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Mission Statement
HELP - New Mexico
 exists to create self-sufficiency and promote economic opportunities to strengthen families throughout New Mexico

HELP-NM TO OPEN TEMPORARY DOG HEAD EMERGENCY SERVICES OFFICE

Estancia, New Mexico- Leaders in the communities impacted by the Dog Head Fire meet with HELP-NM Executives to partner and open a temporary one-stop office with extended services hours to support the coordination and facilitation of emergency services directly at those impacted by the Dog Head Fire.

The Office will assist with providing resources, emergency support and assistance for utilities, food, clothing, medications, housewares, gasoline, transportation, animal/pet food, applications for free phones and temporary housing.

Working closely with the Congressional Offices of Representative Michelle Lujan Grisham, the locations will also accept monetary donations from the community. Your donations are tax deductible and will go directly to support those impacted by the fire. 

Monetary donation locations:  (To donate through this site click the "Donate Now" button at the top of thia page)

East Torrance Soil and Water Conservation District, 700 10th street, Estancia, NM 87106 and 5101 Copper Avenue, NE, Albuquerque, NM 87108

“Many people throughout the community were profoundly affected by the Dog Head Fire, and we recognize that they will continue to need assistance for some time,” Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham said. “My office will set up mobile office hours in conjunction with HELP New Mexico to ensure people have access to federal resources and assistance.”

“It’s important that we collaborate with community leaders and other vital partners to coordinate and provide adequate services to those impacted by the disaster,” said Roger A. Gonzales, Chairman of the HELP-NM Corporate Board.  He added, “I would like to thank our CEO, Mike Gutierrez, and our local board representative, Cheri Lujan, for their swift response in identifying resources and partners to support the community.”

HELP-New Mexico, Inc., established in 1965, has been providing services and empowering over 816,000 individuals and families throughout New Mexico for over 50 years.  Our services have included adult education, job training, early childhood development and education, youth development and care, self-help housing construction, rural health clinics, land development, job placement, literacy training, affordable housing, nutritious meals, and family counseling.

For more information contact:

            Vanessa Bruce
            505-379-1296
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DEMING — Nearly 500 families took to the street early Friday morning for the proclaimed Day of the Young Child Children's March. Hosted and organized by HELP-NM in Deming, the families met at Veterans Park and marched to the Luna County Courthouse with children and parents dressed in rainbow colors and carrying flags, banners and posters.

For the complete Article by Bill Armendariz, Deming Headlight click here.

A Brief History

HELP - New Mexico, Inc. (HELP-NM) was created and incorporated as Home Education Livelihood Program, Inc. in 1965 by the interdenominational New Mexico Council of Churches and its successor, the New Mexico Conference of Churches and Church Women United. The founders included pastors, ranchers, farmworkers, housewives, businessmen, and government workers. The HELP-NM organization is governed by 18 Board of Directors representing sectors including public, business, low income, native American, parents, and other community members.



Our Organization

Over the past 45 years, HELP-New Mexico, Inc. (HELP-NM), has provided services to over 816,000 individuals and families including migrant families, self-employed farmers and ranchers, low-income families, abused and neglected children, senior citizens, people with disabilities, and disadvantaged youth. These services have included adult education, job training, early childhood development and education, youth development and care, self-help housing construction, rural health clinics, land development, job placement, literacy training, affordable housing, nutritious meals, and family counseling.

 

Our Board of Directors

Chair

Roger Gonzales

Vice-Chair

Joey Herrera

Treasurer

John Chavez

Secretary

Araceli Ortega Price

Past Chair

John Chavez

Members

Marlene Waukazoo

Nelson Sandoval

Gilbert Ulibarri

Sean Martinez

Benai Padilla

Joseph Griego

Charlene Lujan

Maria Cabral

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