Thank you to the PNM Fund for awarding HELP-NM a Reduce Your Use
Grant! The funds have been used to replace our exterior doors to help
reduce our energy consumption year-round.
Child & Adult Food
Care Program (CACFP)
Headquartered in Albuquerque , HELP-NM has over 200 staff in 35
offices including Head Start Centers located throughout the State of New Mexico .
Board of Directors
Jon Paul Romero
HELP-New Mexico Offices & Services Locator Map
Select a location on the map to view services available at that location
A Brief History
The 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
Independent Organizations Created and Spun-Off from
HELP - New Mexico, Inc.
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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.
HELP - New Mexico
exists to create self-sufficiency and promote economic opportunities to strengthen families throughout New Mexico.
Luna Community College Awarded YouthBuild Grant
Luna Community College was awarded a $1,136,196 YouthBuild Grant,
the majority from the U.S, Department of Labor.......
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HELP-NM Opens a New Community Service Center in Bernalillo
The town of Bernalillo has become the
latest rural community in New Mexico to open a HELP-New Mexico
community service center.
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