Housing Resources

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We are a Behavioral Health Organization providing permanent supportive housing, supported employment, homeless prevention, short term transitional housing assistance.

We offer multiple services with housing most often having a waiting list. Our behavioral intake has no wait list – it is a treat first model and folks are seen same day each morning.

Phone: 505-438-0010

Website: http://www.thelifelink.org/

Presbyterian Medical Services provides a full area of healthcare services including primary care, behavioral health and dental care as well as early childhood development services and other related social services including crisis response.

Persons seeking to contact Presbyterian Medical Services should feel free to call one of our clinics and if the service needed is not provided at that site, referrals can be made to other sites.

We do not generally have a waiting list and usually can assist persons who are walk ins.

Address: 1422 Paseo de Peralta Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501

Phone: 505-982-5565

Website: http://www.pmsnm.org/

The Authority controls approximately 2,000 affordable rentals or equivalents(vouchers) within the City of Santa Fe, Town of Bernalillo, City of Espanola and 8 Counties north of Santa Fe.

There is a long waiting list. 

Address: 664 Alta Vista St. Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, New Mexico 87505

Phone: 505-988-2859

Website: https://affordablehousingonline.com/housing-authority/New-Mexico/Santa-Fe-Civic-Housing-Authority/NM009

CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center hospital was established in 1865 and recently became the newest member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, a select group of independent health systems that work with Mayo clinic to improve the delivery of health care and better serve their patients and communities.

Address: 455 St. Michaels Dr. Santa Fe, NM 87505

Phone: 505-983-3361

Contact Email: ContactUs@stvin.org

Website: www.christushealth.org/st-vincent

Homewise can help you Buy, Sell, Improve, or Refinance your home

Homewise offers a better way to buy a home, with everything you need to become a successful homeowner all under one roof. We’ll be with you every step of the way on your path to homeownership!

Address: 1301 Siler Road, Bldg. D Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507

Phone: 505-983-9473

Website: https://www.homewise.org/

We are an educational non-profit focused on architecture and related issues such as urban design and community planning. Our goal is to raise the level of discussion around neighborhood planning and the public realm.

Address: 44 Galisteo Street Santa Fe NM 87501

Phone: (505) 577-6545

Contact Email: architecturesantafe@gmail.com

Website: www.architecturesantafe.org

The Housing Trust is a non-profit community development organization that assists residents of northern New Mexico to gain access to affordable housing. We achieve this through providing technical and financial assistance to low and moderate-income households, as well as building well designed, energy efficient affordable homes.

We do five main things: Homebuyer Education & Counseling, Homeowner Lending, Single Family Development, Multifamily Development and Operation, Land Development

Address: 1111 Agua Fria St. Santa Fe, NM 87501

Phone: 505.989.3960

Contact Email: info@housingtrustonline.org

Website: https://housingtrustonline.org/

The Hire Firm is a large, private employer in Santa Fe, issuing more than 300 W-2s each year for temporary employees, who often count among the housing insecure. Through our recruiting division, stakeholders also include the companies we recruit for, and the employees we recruit, who suffer from the high cost and low availability of mid-market rental housing for working professionals.

Address: 41 Bisbee Ct, Unit B4 Santa Fe, NM 87508

Phone: 505.983.7775

We are a coalition of about 80 organizations in New Mexico that provide shelter housing and services to people experiencing homelessness. The Coalition coordinates federal grant funding, operates the statewide data system and operates the statewide coordinated entry system.

We maintain a prioritized by-name list of those needing housing.

Address: 440 Cerrillos Road, Suite 4 Santa Fe, NM 87501

Phone: 505-982-9000

Contact Email: Info@nmceh.org

Website: https://www.nmceh.org/

Growing the local diverse economy. Serving as the voice of business. Creating opportunities for all.

Address: 1644 St. Michael’s Drive Santa Fe, NM 87505

Phone: (505) 988-3279

Contact Email: info@santafechamber.com

Website: santafechamber.com

A. Administration of the Community Development Commission, community development block grant program in accordance with the city’s adopted consolidated plan;
B. Administration of the Santa Fe Homes Program in accordance with adopted ordinances and administrative guidelines;
C. Establishing a general plan for the city relating to housing, public facilities, and services for increased neighborhood livability, economic and other related community development issues; and
D. Allocating loans and housing assistance grants according to the Affordable Housing Trust Fund Ordinance as set forth in Section 26-3 SFCC 1987.

The Office of Affordable Housing is responsible for funding, policy development and implementation of SF Homes Program for the City of Santa Fe

Most of the Affordable Housing units listed as potential housing for low income-moderate income households, unfortunately, have waiting lists.

Address: 200 Lincoln Avenue Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504-0909

Phone: 505.955.6949

Contact Email: jybeam@santafenm.gov

Website: https://www.santafenm.gov/affordable_housing

Work to enhance the business and skills of our Realtor members through education, advocacy and professional standards. Serve as a leading advocate of home owners, buyers and those seeking home ownership. Provide professional support and education for property managers.

Address: 510 N. Guadalupe Street, Suite E Santa Fe, NM 87501

Phone: 505 982-8385

Contact Email: info@sfar.com

Website: https://sfar.com/

SFAHBA represents homebuilders in northern New Mexico and associated trades, suppliers and services that contribute to the industry.

Katherine Crociata

Address: 520 Camino Entrada Unit B, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507

Phone: 505-982-1774

Contact Email: katherine@sfahba.com

Website: https://www.sfahba.com/

YW mission is to create opportunities for marginalized youth and young adults to receive education, navigation services, counseling, skills training, career certification and job placement services.

No waiting list. Door is open for those up to age 25

Address: 1504 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Phone: (505) 989-1855

Website: https://www.santafeyouthworks.org/

It is the mission of the Santa Fe County Housing Authority to provide drug-free, safe, decent and sanitary housing to low-income and very low-income families in an environment that fosters self-sufficiency and community pride.

We have a long waiting list.

Website: https://www.santafecountynm.gov/housing_services

Communities In Schools of New Mexico (CIS) is a community schools initiative with the mission to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. CIS places full-time bilingual social workers inside of schools to support and advocate for students and families living in poverty. We provide basic needs and social-emotional support designed to ensure families are stable and children and youth can get to school, engage in school, learn and be successful. A lack of stable, genuinely affordable housing in our community disrupts family stability and contributes to chaos that leads to trauma for kids and families. The latter making it difficult for students to learn and stay on a positive life path.

We serve students and families in 11 Santa Fe Public Schools

Julia Bergen

Phone: 505-954-1880

Contact Email: jbergen@cisnm.org

Website: cisnm.org

We provide 2 emergency shelters — one for adult men and one for women, children and families and 3 supportive housing programs (one for the disabled, one for families and one for seniors) — totaling 46 apartments . We also provide case management, counseling and referrals to other human service agencies.

We keep a waiting list if we do not have immediate space for a client. Clients must be alcohol and drug-free.

Phone: 505-986-2211

Website: www.steshelter.org

Would you like to be included in our housing resource list? Please email info@santafehousingaction.org

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