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City of Albuquerque
This site includes a list of location and times for free outdoor wireless internet access (wifi) in Albuquerque.
T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers on smartphone plans with hotspot data an additional 20GB of smartphone mobile hotspot (10GB per bill cycle for the next 60 days) for each voice line. (T-Mobile Connect excluded)
New families who connect will get 60 days of Internet service for free. The Internet Essentials program is available for qualified low income households for $9.95/month.
The Aging and Disability Resource Center
A hotline provided to helping seniors or disabled adults gain access to food.
Mon. – Fri. from 7:45 am to 5 pm
Road Runner Foodbank
Very helpful in the resources they provide to Albuquerque and NM residents. (See also TCS food distribution on main page)
St. Felix Pantry
This Rio Rancho food pantry help those in need of food, clothing, education, or referral services.
Storehouse West Food Pantry Rio Rancho
Provides food, hygiene supplies, clothing, and a special Senior Citizen program.
Meal Sites for Children under 18
Abq Public Schools: 10AM to 1PM M-F
Bernalillo Public Schools: 9AM to 10AM
Cuba High School: 10AM to 11PM
Rio Rancho Schools: 11:30PM to 12:30PM
Presbyterian Free Meals
Presbyterian Health Services facilities, including Rust Presbyterian Hospital in Rio Rancho, offer free meals to children ages 0-18 visiting the hospital.
Albuquerque, NM Free Food Pantries
List of food pantries that provide emergency food boxes, perishable items, hot meals, hygiene products, and other support services.
All Nations Wellness and Healing Center
The Indigenous Plate Program gives free to-go meals for Native American students and their families.
Senior hours (60+ and high risk individuals) at ABQ Grocery Stores
Smith’s (7-8 am M, W, & F)
Albertsons (7-9 am M &Th)
Whole Foods (7-8 am All week)
Target (8-9 am Wed)
Dollar General (8-9 am All week)
Keep Your Home New Mexico
A free program for NM homeowners who are at risk of losing their homes.
United Way of Central New Mexico
Free referrals to health, human services, help with basic resources, senior services, children, youth, and more.
New Mexico Rental Assistance Program
This program help families and individuals currently homeless are at risk of becoming homeless. There are grants available to help pay costs.
City of Rio Rancho
Helps with water utilities. Just call 505-891-5211
New Mexico Legal Aid: (505) 633-6694
Senior Citizens Law Office
Call (505) 265-2300, this law office serves residents of Bernalillo, Sandoval, Valencia and Torrence Counties 60 or over.
Assistance with taxes
Taxpayers will have until July 15 to file and pay any taxes due. New Mexico Tax and Revenue, Albuquerque 505-841-6200.
Help assist those unemployed. For more information visit the site or call (877) 664-6984 from 8am to 4:30pm.
Assistance with childcare
Visit the website or call 1-800-691-9067. Call 1-833-551-0518 to connect with the state’s childcare Resource and Referral line or go to New Mexico Children, Youth, and Families Department site.
Assistance with Diapers – Claire’s Closet
This is located in Rio Rancho and people can call (505) 633-5726 Sunday through Tuesday. Or you can call (505) 633-6709 Wednesday through Saturday.
Diaper Bank of New Mexico
A national network of resources that would be beneficial to families needing diapers. Call (505) 250-6056.
First Nations Community Health Source
They offer preventative, primary, behavioral health services to low income and underserved populations.
First Choice Community Healthcare
Affordable, or maybe free dental care available includes cleanings, preventative services, fillings, extractions, and much more.
Medical, Dental, Behavioral Health Services
Get information on government insurance and low income health and dental programs.