Women's Health

Links are for information only. The WRC does not constitute endorsement or accuracy of the information. To continue the dialog and keep communication open with all our stakeholders and honor alternative voices we have added some additional resources.

Updated November 18, 2016


Albuquerque AA Meetings

(505) 266-1900

Almas de Amistad (for women), 609 Gold SW

(505) 246-9300

Albuquerque Al-Anon

(505) 262-2177

ASAP (UNM Addiction & Substance Abuse Program)

(505) 994-7999

Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, and Addictions (CASAA)

(505) 925-2300

Cocaine Anonymous

(505) 344-9828

Crossroads for Women


Duke City Recovery Toolbox

(505) 224-9777

MATS Detox (24 hours)

(505) 468-1555

Maya's Place (for women)

(505) 266-0110

New Mexico Solutions 707 Broadway Blvd NE #500 (@ Lomas)

(505) 268-0701

Salvation Army men's residential rehab program

(505) 881-4292 ext. 100

Turquoise Lodge

(505) 841-8978

Victory Outreach Programs

Men: (505) 842-5394 Women (505) 506-2003

UNM Mental Health Center

(505) 272-2920 (24 hour crisis line)


Emotional Health

Adult Protective Services (APS)

Crisis Intervention


Agora Crisis Hotline

Crisis counseling, suicide prevention, referrals

(505) 277-3013

Albuquerque Department of Senior Affairs

Crisis Intervention

(505) 764-6400

Child Abuse/Neglect


(505) 841-6100/1-800-797-3260

Catholic Social Services

Counseling services

(505) 724-4670

Conflict Management

Counseling, coaching, consultation

(505) 884-9411

Counseling and Therapy Services (CATS)

Individual and group counseling

(505) 277-4537

Crisis Text Line

Crisis counseling, suicide prevention

Text HOME to 741741

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

Mood disorders 

(505) 889-3632

Enlace Communitario

Spanish counseling

(505) 246-8972

New Mexico Crisis Hotline

Crisis Intervention


New Mexico Crisis Access Line (24hr)

Crisis Intervention


New Day

Therapy and case management

(505) 260-9912

Outcomes Inc.

Adoption and parenting counseling

(505) 243-2551

Parents Helping Parents Support Group

Post partum depression

(505) 272-2392

Runaway Hotline


UNM Counseling, Assistance, and Referrals Service (CARS)

UNM staff and faculty

(505) 272-6868 

UNM Manzanita Center

Free counseling for students

(505) 277-7311

UNM Student Health & Counseling

Psychological and psychiatrist services

(505) 277-4537

Warm Line

Crisis Intervention


Suicide Intervention (Nationwide Hotline)

Suicide Prevention



Health Insurance

Healthcare for the Homeless

(505) 766-5197

Medicaid Program-Salud

(505) 827-3100

New Mexico State Coverage Insurance (SCI)

1 (866) 606-7737

New Mexikids

1 (888) 997-2583

UNM Student Health & Counseling Insurance

(505) 277-7943

WIC (Women, Infants and Children)

(505) 897-5700

Physical Health

Comadre a Comadre

Hispanic/Latina breast cancer patients

(505) 242-1222

Department of Health

STD screenings and testings

(505) 841-4100

Family Practice Center

Maternal, child, and reproductive health programs

(505) 272-1734

First Nation's Community Healthsource

Native American services

(505) 262-2481

Free Mammograms and Screening Tests

Breast cancer 

1 (877) 852-2585

Lovelace Labor of Love

Medicaid Program-Salud


(505) 827-3100

New Mexico AIDS Services (NMAS)


(505) 938-7100

Poison Control


Presbyterian Hospital

Pregnancy and birthing

(505) 724-6500

University Center for Women's Health & Women's Imaging

Obstetrical and gynecological care

(505) 272-2245

University of New Mexico Maternity and Family Planning

General women's health

(505) 272-2111

UNM Accessibility Resource Center

Students with disabilities

(505) 277-3506

UNM Employee Health Prevention Plan (EHPP)

Smoking prevention

(505) 272-3710

UNM Hospital

Academic health complex

(505) 272-2121

UNM Student Health & Counseling

Health and counseling 

(505) 277-3136

Additional Resources

Adoption Assistance Agencyprovides abortion alternatives, training & education, referral services

Addiction Center helping you to find drug rehab facilities. 

Ambiente Joven advocating for youth and dedicated to the Latino LGBTQ community.

The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community- based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and services.

American Diabetes Association has information about diabetes and groups affected by diabetes including, women, men, African Americans, Native Americans, and Hispanics. 

American Heart Association works to reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke. 

American Psychological Association explains what anger is and how to manage it. 

Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to informing the public about anxiety disorders. They also have a Women’s Initiative focusing on women and anxiety.

Anxiety.org offers information on anxiety disorders, attacks, symptoms, and treatment. 

Binge Eating Disorders information on binge eating disorders from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

Birth Injury Guide  has resources such as information on birth injuries as well as offers support groups for families who have experienced a birth injury.

Casa de Salud medical services for the whole family. Fair prices, no insurance needed or accepted. (505) 907-8311. 

Cord Blood Banking an organization to promote awareness of the benefits of umbilical cord blood banking. 

Endometriosis is one of the most common causes of pelvic pain and infertility in women.

Feminist Women’s Health Clinic (FWHC) is a nonprofit organization that promotes and protects a woman's right to choose and receive reproductive health care. Their website contains a wide variety of information pertaining to women's health. 

Fertility Community discussion forums. 

Girls’ Rights and Self-Advocacy in Health Carepublished by Georgetown University's School of Nursing, this resource is to help to empower young women to engage with their health care providers. It provides advice in regard to actions young women can take before, during, and after an appointment with a clinician in order to effectively advocate for themselves in a health care setting.

Hair Loss in Women a site for education and support for women suffering from hair loss. 

HealthPowerOnline is committed to improving the health of minority populations.

Hipmama parenting site by Arial Gore.

Hospice Foundation of American provides comfort and support to patients and their families as they face life-limiting illnesses. They also offer bereavement and counseling services.

Kalpulli Izkalli a community resource center that promotes, preserves, and protects cultural and traditional healing practices. (505) 452-9208.

Malpractice Center for medical malpractice facts and statistics. 

Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance resources for patients and families. 

Mesothelioma Group a support community for patients and loved ones.

NAMI is a nonprofit, grassroots, self-help, support and advocacy organization for people with mental illnesses. They have information on women and depression.

NARAL toll-free hotline for pharmacist who provide emergency contraception 1(877) 324-6673. (Emergency contraception can help prevent pregnancy after unprotected intercourse or if birth control fails. It is most effective if taken within the first 24 hours after unprotected intercourse but may work up to 5 days after unprotected intercourse.)

Narcotics Anonymous community organization for recovery from addictions in a twelve step program. 

National Breast Cancer Coalition has information and educational resources on breast cancer. 

National Council on Problem Gambling, Inc. national advocate for developing programs and policy for gambling problems. 

National Institute of Mental Health has a web accessible booklet on women and depression (this booklet is available in English or Spanish).

National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders nonprofit organization for the prevention and alleviation of eating disorders. 

National Association of Lesbian and Gay Addiction Professionals prevention and treatment of alcoholism, substance abuse, and other addictions in the LGBTQ community. 

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism conducts research on the impact of alcohol on health and wellbeing.

National Research Center for Women and Families dedicated to improving the health and safety of women, children, and families. We scrutinize the latest research, and explain it clearly to make it useful to you.

Nutrition Secrets provides nutrition, health, fitness, and lifestyle facts.  

Planned Parenthood believes in the fundamental right of each individual, throughout the world, to manage his or her fertility, regardless of the individual's income, marital status, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or residence. 

Postpartum Stress Center has helpful postpartum information and links to other postpartum websites.

Recovery Connection: Addiction Heart Disease and Stroke connect people with in need of treatment. 

Roots and Sprouts healthy eating tips.

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous programming for anyone who suffers from an addictive compulsion to engage in or avoid sex, love, or emotional attachment.

Sexual Recovery Institute an outpatient center dedicated to the treatment of sexual addiction and sexual compulsivity, also known as hypersexual disorders.

Sistersong empowers all women of color to educate themselves, each other, and our communities about sexual reproductive health and reproductive tract infections.

Soul Cysters largest online community of women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is the most common endocrine disorder of women, affecting as many as 1 in 10. While there is no cure for PCOS, the symptoms of PCOS can be managed with proper treatment by a qualified PCOS physician. An excellent resource for women with PCOS seeking support and community when trying to get pregnant.

Southwestern Women's Options Provides pregnancy termination services

Taking Charge of Your Fertility also a book on fertility awareness, and a valuable website.

Women and Heart Disease Wisewoman improving the health of uninsured women.