Heading Home programs have collectively transitioned more than 3,000 individuals into housing since 2011. Read more about our programs here.

Individuals And Family Members Housed

Veterans Served Through All Heading Home Programs

Men Transitioned Into Housing

Family Members Housed

Join Heading Home for an AOC Campus Tour on August 30!

On August 30, 2019 at 11am, we invite you to join Heading Home for this exclusive tour of the Albuquerque Opportunity Center, Heading Home’s shelter that houses our Men’s Overnight Emergency Shelter and Respite Care programs.

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Donation Drive benefitting the Westside Emergency Housing Center on August 10

On Saturday, August 10 between 10:30am-3pm, Heading Home is accepting donations to benefit the Westside Emergency Housing Center.

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22nd Annual Chile Festival benefits Heading Home, Wings for LIFE, and Church Preschool

Shepherd of the Valley Church presents the 22nd Annual Chile Festival on August 24-25. Heading Home is grateful to participate as one of their 3 community-building partners this year!

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Heading Home Presents at Downtown Public Safety ECHO Meeting

Each Thursday afternoon, a group of Albuquerque Police Department and Albuquerque Fire Department officers, healthcare providers, social workers, and other stakeholders in the downtown community convene to hear from experts and discuss topics related to downtown public safety.

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New Health Clinic and Case Management Services at WEHC!

The Westside Emergency Housing Center (WEHC) is now offering coordinated health care and case management services to the families, women and men staying at the facility due to an innovative partnership of community stakeholders.

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Heading Home Featured in Weck’s Gives Back Program

Weck’s restaurant is giving back to the community. On Tuesday, June 18th, 25% of all of Weck’s sales will go to Heading Home! So grab your appetite and your spirit of community investment and head over to a Weck’s near you this Tuesday. We’ll see you there!

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Heading Home Presents at Impact & Coffee

Heading Home was honored to recently present at Impact & Coffee, a networking and speaker series for nonprofit veterans and budding nonprofit professionals. Our Housing Director, Dorothee Otero, gave an overview of the organization and focused on the impact and innovation of our programs, why we do the work we do and the challenges we face in this sector.

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Heading Home’s AOC Campus Offers an OASIS of Education

Thank you to the engaged participants from Oasis Albuquerque who took part in a learning session and tour at our Albuquerque Opportunity Center campus. The outing was hosted by our CEO, Dennis Plummer, and the learning exercises were designed to challenge preconceptions of what it means to experience homelessness.

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Tulsa Students Bring Inquisitiveness and Energy to Heading Home

Thank you to the wonderful students from Tulsa Community College who came down and volunteered with Heading Home and learned about homelessness in our community.

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Bell Bank Pays it Forward at Heading Home

Thank you to the wonderful folks from Bell Bank who volunteered to serve our housed clients at our monthly Peer-to-Peer Luncheon!

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Shutting the Door on Homelessness

We know that the solution to homelessness is housing. With your support, together we can help save lives and money by housing people experiencing homelessness who are the most likely to die on our streets and are utilizing the most amount of services. We can shut the door on homelessness, making it a thing of the past and making a future of permanent housing and hope.

Our Values

Justice

We promote justice tempered with compassion, and always seek to err on the side of graciousness.

Equity

We prioritize resources to match needs.

Equality

We believe everyone should have access to housing.

Safety

We provide non-threatening, safe spaces for everyone we serve.

Trust

We will act in ways that establish credibility and mutual trust.

Empowerment

We expand choices, remove barriers to access, and educate and inform, so that housing is appropriate, safe, affordable and accessible in the eyes of those we serve.

Respect

We recognize and respect the unique needs and circumstances of the people that we serve.

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