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AOC Residents Get Eye Exams

AOC Residents Get Eye Exams

University of New Mexico medical students, along with Dr. Lisa Rose, gave eye exams and glasses to more than 20 AOC residents in September. They were with the Community Vision Project, which trains first-year students through hands-on engagement with diverse...

Philanthropy, Survival and Love

Philanthropy, Survival and Love

Have you ever wondered what makes one human want to give a gift to another human?  The answer is surprising. I had always assumed it was compassion, or empathy, or generosity.  And indeed all three play a role on the front end.  But the actual decision to make a gift...

Making Change Through Music

Making Change Through Music

On Sunday, August 27th, Albuquerque Heading Home celebrated nearly seven years as a collaboration housing Albuquerque's most chronically homeless and medically vulnerable.  The event was held at the Albuquerque Museum Amphitheater and featured a lineup of New Mexico...

Enthusiastic Volunteers Added to Home Teams

Enthusiastic Volunteers Added to Home Teams

Our latest Home Teams training was a great success! It was great to see so many enthusiastic volunteers, including Heading Home board member Ken Jones and his wife Patty. The training was conducted by Home Team Program Manager Kristy Anderson and our Housing Director...

Our Revamped Newsletter is Out!

Our Revamped Newsletter is Out!

Our organizational newsletter is revamped and back in commission! The newsletter is called Passages and will be distributed near the beginning of each month. We'll feature organizational updates, client and resident bright spots, staff introductions, programmatic...

In the News: UnitedHealthcare Partners with Heading Home

In the News: UnitedHealthcare Partners with Heading Home

UnitedHealthcare is teaming up with Heading Home's Respite Care Program in an effort to provide its members who are experiencing homelessness a safe place to recover after their medical stays.  UnitedHealthcare's Chief Medical Officer and Heading Home board member,...

In the News: Heading Home’s Response to Downtown Safety

In the News: Heading Home’s Response to Downtown Safety

With the recent dialogue regarding downtown safety, Heading Home's Board Chair, Robin Dozier Otten, and CEO, Dennis Plummer, penned an op-ed to give much-needed nuance to issues of homelessness and ways AHH is stepping up to lend a hand. "Downtown safety and business...

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