The Gateway Center in Albuquerque is supposed to be a wide funnel for people who need housing and other health and social services. Skye McMillon found the place is only partially open as winter weather begins blowing into town.
By Tenzin Tsering
A shopping trip in Four Hills can lead to uncomfortable encounters with the down and out, but this time a touch of humanity was found just outside the parking lot.
Albuquerque is expecting to open a center for homeless youth.
The closing of Coronado park displaced many people camping there. The City of Albuquerque is coming up with efforts to help them but funding is a key challenge.
A majority of New Mexicans who suffer from homelessness also experience substance abuse and generational poverty. News Port’s Junko Featherston introduces an Albuquerque local who can vouch for the challenges and harsh conditions facing people experiencing homelessness.
By Daniel Ward The city of Albuquerque currently has three wellness hotels available for unhoused families or individuals with underlying health problems. Two of the hotels will be discontinued at the end of June due to warmer temperatures, COVID-19 cases going down and vaccinations increasing. One will continue operating for unhoused families with children. To… Continue reading Albuquerque wellness hotels prioritizing families in need