Family Promise of Albuquerque

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Program Information
NTEE Code: 
L- Housing and Shelter
Mission Statement: 

To assist homeless families with children, in the Albuquerque community,to achieve and sustain independence.


Family Promise of Albuquerque's Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) program provides transitional shelter for families with children. Families are sheltered in faith congregations which furnish clean, safe, overnight lodging in their facilities, nutritious meals, and family fun activities. Each family has their own private space to stay together. During the day families are transported to school, work, daycare or our day center where they can shower, do laundry, get mail, care for young children, have computer & phone access and work with a case manager. Each family is worked with intensively to build job skills, find employment, childcare, obtain needed ID documents, and find housing. The average stay in the program is 52 days. A majority of families find employment and housing within this time. Families are also offered 6 months of follow up stabilization services to assist in sustaining their independence.

Populations Served: 
Children and Youth
Counties Served: 
Year Founded: 
Annual Budget: 
$25,000 - $99,999
1 to 5 FTE
Executive Director: 
Jen Broderick
Board and Volunteer Positions: 
Accepts inquiries about volunteering
Accepts inquiries about board member positions
Nonprofit Status: 
Has 501(c)(3) nonprofit status from the IRS
Is registered as a Nonprofit Corporation with the State of New Mexico
Types of Services Offered: 

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Last Updated Date: 
Apr 11 2014

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