HUD New Mexico
Provides homeownership and foreclosure avoidance information
Housing New Mexico
Provides homeownership assistance to first-time homeowners and low-income New Mexico families
Attorney General’s Homeownership Preservation Program
Resources and help regarding foreclosure avoidance in New Mexico
Keep Your Home New Mexico
Foreclosure avoidance advice and assistance for New Mexico residents
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, provides financial assistance to eligible people with low incomes and resources purchase food products. SNAP benefits are simple to use when purchasing food products at the grocery store.
Albuquerque Housing Authority
Provides affordable housing to residents of the Albuquerque area
The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program, known in New Mexico as NMWorks, provides a monthly cash benefit to be used to meet basic family needs such as housing, utilities, and clothing costs.
Community Action Agency of Southern New Mexico
Community Action Agency of Southern New Mexico (CAASNM) serves over 25,000 people annually in the five southwestern counties of NM. We address the most challenging issues our communities face, fighting to improve the lives of low-income children, youth, adults, and families with programs that empower, build self-sufficiency, and connect to community resources.
ECHO Inc. (Economic Council Helping Others) offers several types of programs, serving thousands of individuals in San Juan County, New Mexico. Programs include: 1) Emergency Rent/Mortgage Financial Assistance Program 2) Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) 3) ECHO Food Bank