1119 Mesa Visa Hall
MSC06 3800
1-University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87120
Phone: (505) 277-6343
Fax: (505) 277-0033
E-mail: sidekicks@unm.edu

ABQ Resources

Albuquerque Indian Center (AIC)

105 Texas Street SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
505-268-1751 or 505-268-5770

The mission of the Albuquerque Indian Center (AIC) is to, Empower the Albuquerque Urban Native American Community and others through provisions of wrap-around services designed to promote wellness, education, self-sufficiency and tradition.

First Nations Community HealthSource

5608 Zuni Road SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108

First Nations Community HealthSource is committed to providing culturally competent, comprehensive health services delivery system integrating traditional values to enhance the physical, emotional and mental well being of American Indian/Alaska Native families and other underserved populations residing in Albuquerque and surrounding areas.

Indian Health Services (IHS)

801 Vassar Dr. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106

The Indian Health Services Albuquerque Area is responsible for the provision of health services to 27 distinctly different tribal groups. The administrative headquarters across the Area care via five hospitals, eleven health centers, and twelve field clinics, which deliver care at the community level. Addition, the Albuquerque Areas has two specialized care facilities. Native youth suffering from substance abuse problems, New Sunrise Regional Treatment Center (NSPRTC), provides residential treatment services. The Albuquerque Indian Dental Clinic (AIDC) provides dental care for children, teens, and young adults (up to 26).

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC)

2401 12st St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center preserves and perpetuates Pueblo culture and to advance understanding by presenting with dignity and respect the accomplishments and evolving history of the Pueblo people of New Mexico.

Native Health Initiative (NHI)

924 Park Ave. SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Native Health Initiative has four principles that guide loving service: 1) educating future health care providers to the health issues and disparities facing the American Indian population through holist model of health; 2) Providing concrete, sustainable benefits to the communities involved through tribe-directed projects; 3) Supporting students and host communities to engage in meaningful cultural exchange, beyond the cultural competency; and 4) Empowering American Indian youth through mentoring and leadership training.