COVID 19 Resources
COVID-19 Health Hotline 1-855-600-3453
(for those experiencing symptoms and with health questions)
Testing sites in NM and instructions at NMDOH
State of NM Centralized COVID-19 information and resources for the public
Below you will find some resources you may need to access as we move through this Public Health Emergency. We are fortunate to have strong state leadership who believe in science and evidence-based solutions on how to handle this pandemic. The decisions and actions our governor and her administration have made will help keep New Mexicans as safe as possible. We will keep this page up to date with resources as they become available. We will also provide links to information about best practices, ways to stay safe and connected while we practice "social distancing" and opportunities to help one another during this pandemic.
Avi Shiffmann's Covid 19 live tracking map
The Washington Post: Why outbreaks like coronavirus spread exponentially, and
how to “flatten the curve”. Interactive article
Ohio Department of Health--short video, "A little space makes us all safer together."
U.S. Department of Agriculture—Covid-19 Federal Rural Resource Guide
U.S. Department of Agriculture---Implements Immediate Measures to Help Rural Residents, Businesses and Communities Affected by COVID-19
New Mexico Coronavirus Hotline
Health Hotline 1-855-600-3453 (for those experiencing symptoms and with health questions)
Information Hotline 1-833-551-0518 (for those with other questions about employment, schools and non-emergency questions)
New Mexico State Department of Health cv.nmhealth.org
State of New Mexico Centralized Covid-19 information http://www.newmexico.gov/
City of Albuquerque http://www.cabq.gov
Resources for Seniors and People with Disabilities
Resources for Impacted Businesses
NM Economic Development, New Mexico Offers New Loan Program, Priority Assistance to Virus-Impacted Businesses--March 13 Press Release
Resources for Impacted Workers
Albuquerque Public Schools
University of New Mexico
Central New Mexico Community College
Meal Programs and Services
Senior meals will be made available for all eligible seniors.
Fees associated with home delivered meals will be waived so that all eligible seniors can receive home delivered meals.
Seniors that would like to request a home delivered meal or prescription medication should call the Bernalillo County Metro Area Agency on Aging at 1-505-768-2084.
For seniors outside Bernalillo County, call the Non-Metro Area Agency on Aging at 1-866-699-4627.
For seniors living on Tribal or Pueblo lands call 1-800-432-2080 or 505-629-8544.
Navajo Nation seniors can call: 1-928-871-6868.
If you are in need of a meal, but are not able to get to a senior center or the center is closed, call you local senior center or 1-800-432-2080 with any questions.
The New Mexico Aging & Long-Term Services Department is offering help for seniors and disabled adults who are unable to get groceries. Call 1-800-432-2080 and leave a message with a name, telephone number and city or town of residence.
APS will provide FREE Grab & Go meals to ALL school-age students under the age of 18 beginning Monday, March 16th from 10am - 1pm at the following 89 sites: https://www.aps.edu/news/coronavirus/aps-identifies-89-sites-for-student-meal-pick-ups
Food Bank Information
Food insecurity issues are at a critical point state-wide and our food banks, food pantries and meal programs are in urgent need of help. To read the full call to action and see the list of food banks click here.
The following organizations are taking donations of drinks, hygiene and other products to help families in need:
Joy Junction: http://www.joyjunction.org
Barrett House: https://www.barrettfoundation.org
SAFE House: https://www.safehousenm.org
New Day Youth Shelter: https://www.ndnm.org
Westside Emergency Shelter: https://www.cabq.gov/family/news/westside-emergency-housing-center