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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
Thank you to the wonderful folks from Bell Bank who volunteered to serve our housed clients at our monthly Peer-to-Peer Luncheon!
A new report that analyzes the initial outcomes of Heading Home’s street outreach program has been released and the results are very promising!
There’s been lots of conversation in the media lately regarding homelessness in Albuquerque and governmental initiatives to address it. Below are some stories that will fill you in on this ongoing dialogue with municipal and state governments, service providers and the public at large.
Thanks to the wonderful young leaders from Aims Community College in Greeley, Colorado for choosing Heading Home for their Alternative Spring Break!
Thanks to the New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness (NMCEH) for organizing homeless service providers in engaging their representatives at the 2019 legislative session. Annually, NMCEH leads volunteers and service providers in dialoguing with legislators about systemic needs for addressing homelessness statewide.
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