Useful Links and ways to help


Donate Blood

There is a shortage of life-saving blood due to the current pandemic. If you are healthy please consider donating.

Call 1-877-258-4825 or visit the Vitalant homepage

Resources for Parents During the COVID crisis

Modules to help parents talk to kids about COVID including 

-How Do I Talk to My Elementary-Aged Child About Coronavirus?
-Wondering What To Do With Your Kids At Home All Day During the COVID Situation? 

Albuquerque Volunteer Network

Sign up with the City of Albuquerque to aid in COVID-19 relief:

Sign up to become a volunteer for other industries in need throughout Albuquerque:

Need Additional Information about COVID-19?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention outline symptoms of COVID-19, what to do if you think you are sick, and information for older adults and those with medical conditions.

Johns Hopkins University provides access to case counter, interactive case map, explanation of social distancing, and tips to protect yourself from the virus.

Local Situation

Bernalillo County COVID-19 Homepage has the latest information regarding local cases, closures, and precautions.

New Mexico Department of Health Coronavirus Hotline:


NMDOH Hotline for non-health related COVID-19 questions:


Food During COVID-19

Food security is a major concern . The FDA provides information on food safety and supply.

Local Resources for Seniors

KRQE provides a list resources for seniors including special shopping hours at local stores.

Confidential Phone Counseling for Healthcare Providers

Call the Family Workshop Counseling Center at 505-880-0100 for free mental health services from counselor Ginny Sanchez.

New Mexico Healthcare Worker and First Responder Support Line

This free, confidential mental health support line is answered by professional counselors at 855-507-5509 24/7. This support line is intended to help frontline workers get connected to a counselor to talk about the challenges and anxieties facing them during this crisis.