Resources for New Mexico Women

Part of our work at the Commission on the Status of Women is to ensure women know the resources available in our state. Need to know what is available in your region? Click on the map below to see the entire list in that region. You can also search by name of the organization or type of service. For example, you will find domestic violence resources under Safety & Security. Resources to start your own business under Economic Security. Additional directories from other organizations and government entities are at the bottom of this page. If you know of other resources you think should be included here, reach out to us on the contact page

Resources by Region

Domestic Violence/ Sexual Assault/ Child Abuse Recovery Services
505-864-1383
303 Luna Street, Los Lunos, NM 87031
Arts: Recognizing Women's Acheivements in Art
505-864-4080
107 Becker Avenue, Belen, NM 87002
(Christian-based) Support for Youth & Families
800-660-0289
PO Box 9, 775 Highway 304, Belen, NM 87002
Girls' Empowerment
505-916-9073
PO Box 36072, Albuquerque, NM 87176
Domestic Violence Recovery Services
575-643-5335
110 Walnut Street, Clayton, NM 88415
Domestic Violence Recovery Services
505-384-0381
PO Box 151, 903 North 5th Street, Building B Estancia, NM 87016
Health: Primary Healthcare/ HIV Services
575-737-5555
1337 Gusdorf Road, Taos, NM 87571
Alcoholism Treatment
575-737-5533
224 Cruz Alta Road, Suite J Taos, NM 87571
Domestic Violence Services: to individuals residing with the Eight Northern Pueblos
575-758-4527
PO Box 969, Ohkay Owingeh, NM 87566 Yucca Plaza Suite J 216 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte Taos, NM
Prenatal and Maternal Support/ Midwifery
575-758-5001
1331 Maestas Road, Taos, NM 87571

Additional Resource Directories

The Commission on the Status of Women collaborates with multiple organizations and government entities in our work. We are sharing additional resource lists from other organizations below that we think can benefit the women of New Mexico. .

Safety & Security

ABQ Sane Collaborative

SANE Collaborative is a network of sexual assault responders. They have compiled a network of women’s resources.

New Mexico Human Rights Bureau

The Human Rights Bureau is a neutral agency created to enforce the New Mexico Human Rights Act. 

Economic Security

Family Friendly NM Business Directory

A list of businesses that comply with  family friendly standards.

NM Early Childhood Education & Care Department

Childcare provider finder and resources to apply for childcare assistance.

Economic Development Department

Comprehensive directory of supports available for small businesses.

NM State Treasurer's Office

Web page dedicated to women’s financial empowerment resources.

General Resources

SHARE New Mexico

Comprehensive Resource Directory for community resources and social services.

New Mexico Legislature

Find your legislators, committees, information on bills and more. 

United Way - 211

Listing of resources to help with basic needs, mental health, senior services, families in crisis, and more. The 211 hotline can connect you to local services.