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Project End Homeless mobilizes agency capacity in outreach, emergency services, behavioral health care, employment/income support, and housing while building the infrastructure necessary for real-time communication between and streamlined service delivery across Albuquerque’s homeless agencies.

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The Intake Department within St. Martin’s Behavioral Health services consists of two distinct functions designed to facilitate a supportive and clinically appropriate transition into the behavioral health programs. The Screening/Referral specialist initially meets with potential clients to gather… Read More

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St Martin’s Shelter is the entry way for people experiencing homelessness. We offer a two full meals starting atMonday through Friday @ 9 am. The clothing room is open M, T, Th. F. We offer short & long term storage daily. The mail room is open daily from 10-11 am. Showers are offered 8am until 11am and all toiletries are given when showering.

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Behavioral Health

St. Martin’s therapy consists of individual as well as group therapies. There is no charge for persons receiving these services.  Therapy is provided by independently licensed counselors and social workers.  We operate using client-centered, trauma informed and trauma sensitive practices.  Utilizing evidenced-based best practices our therapists assist clients in working toward their self-defined goal  Through addressing traumas, anxiety, depression, substance/misuse, other mental health disorders and often multiply-occurring disorders, we help persons with their desire in achieving to more stable, satisfying and fulfilling lives and futures.

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We assist with Resumes, master applications, on-line application, cover letter and interview thank you letters, Job Access (Cab Ride), Case by case employment assessments and re-assessments, Financial literacy, mock interviews, dress for success/personal hygiene and provide interview clothing; also assist with job search,  job placements, job retention and follow-up.

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The Housing department of St. Martin’s Hospitality Center provides HUD funded rental assistance to an average of 110 households. These households are comprised of people with a mental health diagnosis, earn less than 30% of the area median income and require support services to be stable tenants. We follow a housing first model, issue tenant-based vouchers and only discharge in the most extreme cases.  The housing office also serves as the Local Lead Agency for Bernalillo County.

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