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Social Emotional Resources

It is important that students are showing up to school everyday to learn, however there might be other obstacles students must overcome so they can be successful in school.Please reach out to your school counselor if you have any questions about these resources.

Sometimes it's hard to talk about our problems with family and friends. There are trained crisis hotline specialists and volunteers ready to provide compassionate, non-judgmental help for anyone in need of emotional support. 

If you are having a life-threatening emergency, call 911 immediately.

UNMH School Based Center

School based health center at Albuquerque High School is OPEN!! We have same day appointments (virtual and face to face) for:

  • Wellness/Sport Physical Visits
  • Free and Confidential Birth Control and Testing*
  • Mental Health Visits*
  • Case Management Services*

*Visits are confidential if requested

Call (505) 244-1330 today to schedule your appointment

Love is Respect

Every teen deserves a healthy relationship!

Love is Respect

What is your love language?

Your parents/guardians, siblings, friends, partners should understand your love language and you should understand theirs so you can better connect!

The Love Language Quiz

24-Hour Crisis Lines in Albuquerque

Who do you call when you're in a crisis? Help is available at all hours.

  • UNM Mental Health
    Phone: (505) 272-2800
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
    Phone: (505) 266-1900
  • Albuquerque Rape Crisis
    Phone: (505) 266-7711
  • AGORA UNM Crisis Center
    Phone: (505) 277-3013
  • Domestic Violence Hotline
    Phone: 1-800-773-3645
  • Child Abuse Hot Line
    Phone: (505) 841-6100
  • Elder Abuse Hot Line
    Phone (National): 1-866-654-3219
    Phone (Local): (505) 476-4912
  • New Mexico Rape Crisis Center
    Phone: (505) 266-7711
  • NM Crisis & Access Line - Call 24/7/365
    Phone: 1-855-NMCRISIS (662-7474)
    Website: NM Crisis & Access Line
  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    Phone: 1-800-273-8255
    Website: Suicide Prevention Lifeline
  • Domestic Violence Resource Center
    Phone: (505) 248-3165
    Website: Domestic Violence Resource Center

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LGBTQ+ Resources

Children, Youth, and Families Department

A new way for Youth to reach CYFD. Text REACH NM any time at (505) 591-9444 or visit the Reach NM website.

  • Report Child Abuse or Neglect
  • Find Nearby Resources
  • Learn about services in your area

National Educational and Health Awareness Calendar Resources

Below are resources from the National Educational & Health Awareness Calendar.