Housing Programs

As the largest housing provider in the state of New Mexico, SHCNM administers over 300 permanent supportive housing vouchers for various housing programs in New Mexico. SHCNM partners with the New Mexico.

Coordinated Entry System (CES) provides us with the majority of our referrals for individuals and families who are currently experiencing homelessness and have disabling conditions.

To see if you are eligible for a referral please call CES at 505-217-9570 or text 505-226-3848.

Upon entry into one of our various housing programs, program participants are connected with a Housing & Services Coordinator to help them navigate the transition from homelessness to housing by providing support with connections to housing leads and community based-services tailored towards each participant’s self-identified goals. While the program does not require acceptance of services, each participant is offered the opportunity to engage with services.

John and tenant

                                        Housing first individual.

In partnership with the city of Albuquerque, SHCNM provides tenant-based permanent supportive housing for individuals with extremely low income, experiencing chronic homelessness. Referrals for the Housing First Program are provided directly through the NM Coordinated Entry System.

Housing First Families

In partnership with the City of Albuquerque, SHCNM provides tenant-based permanent supportive housing for families with extremely low income, experiencing chronic homelessness. Referrals for the Housing First Families Program are provided directly through the NM Coordinated Entry System

Casita Bonita

In partnership with HUD, SHCNM provides tenant-based permanent supportive housing for individuals and families with extremely low income, experiencing chronic homelessness. Referrals for the Casita Bonita program are provided directly through the NM Coordinated Entry System.

Downtown @ 700-2nd CoC Program

In partnership with HUD, SHCNM provides property-based permanent supportive housing for individuals with extremely low income, experiencing chronic homelessness directly at our Downtown @ 700-2nd property. Referrals for the Downtown @ 700-2nd program are provided directly through the NM Coordinated Entry System.

Linkages

In partnership with the Mortgage Finance Authority, SHCNM provides tenant-based permanent supportive housing to individuals with a serious mental illness diagnosis who are currently experiencing homelessness or are at-risk of becoming homeless. Linkages program participants are connected to ongoing support from Presbyterian Healthcare Services.

“I am very happy with SHC. I am Grateful!” -Housing First Participant 

Documentation related to the above programs

The Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico oversees over 20 programs across the state. Program participants have the right to request information in their file at any time. SHCNM will provide the material as soon as possible, no later than 30 calendar days after receipt of the request. Per SHCNM’s policies on confidentiality that align with HIPAA, fees may be applicable if request requires excessive materials and labor, in accordance with 45 CFR 164.524 (c)(4). SHCNM also reserves the right to redact information that may result in a violation of its confidentiality policies. Additionally, any program participant can request a copy of SHCNM’s funder-approved documentation, forms, and program policies and procedures.

For any documentation requests, participants can contact SHCNM at info@shcnm.org to start the request process.