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Albuquerque Coordinated Resource Guide: A wealth of community resources. Includes crisis hotlines, income and employment, housing and shelter. Click here to visit

The New Mexico Higher Education Department has launched a program to provide free High School Equivalency Test and GED testing. Students have two options:

  • Taking the test on a home computer via remote proctoring (with student paying the proctoring fees)
  • Taking the test at an approved Testing Center.  

For more info visit HED at

In partnership with Central New Mexico Community College and CNM Ingenuity, the New Mexico Public Education Department is offering a series of workshops this fall to engage parents and families as virtual partners in their children's education. The first pre-recorded workshop, titled "Survival 101 for Parents as Virtual School Partners," is now available in English and Spanish. Please visit “Parents as Virtual Partners” for more information (in English and Spanish) and share widely with your school community.

NAMI Peer-to-Peer is a free, 8-session recovery education course open to anyone 18 or older experiencing a mental health challenge. This course is designed to encourage growth, health and recovery among participants. For more info, visit their website at
Albuquerque Center for Hope & Recovery offering Job Development and education services for behavioral health community members. ... The mission of ACHR is to support people who live with mental health, or co-occurring mental health and ... A2A evening classes will continue with online Zoom workouts and groups. For more info, visit their websit  at