Center for Hope and Healing
Home of The Grief Center of New Mexico
The Center for Hope and Healing is a large, centrally located, welcoming space designed to host multiple services that address the needs of people experiencing grief after the death of a significant person in their lives, and also to support the professionals who work with children and adults who are grieving.
The Center provides several clean and convenient meeting rooms that are available to rent for a day, multi-day conferences or for a recurring meeting.
Located close to the I-25 North Montgomery exit I-25 we offer plenty of parking with easy loading and unloading.
Spaces vary in size and cost depending on your rental needs:
- Five support-group rooms with seating for 12 that are perfect for break-out sessions or small, intimate gatherings such as book clubs.
- The large Commons Room seats 80 and is perfect for events and parties. Includes the use of a small break area with microwave and refrigerator. Audio/Visual is not available in this space.
- A private conference room that seats up to 16 with a large monitor for remote conferencing or presentations.
- A large training/conference room that seats up to 40 at tables and includes 3 large monitors and audio for remote conferencing or presentations.
“I wanted to express my gratitude in allowing us to do our training at your facility. It is very clear that you take great care and love with the work that you do. Each person who attended discussed how warm and wonderful your space was.”
For information about leased office space or room rentals at the Center for Hope and Healing, contact our Administrative Manager at 505-323-0478, or email@example.com
The Center for Hope and Healing is an alcohol and smoke free environment.
Rental Spaces are available Monday – Friday during the day (9 am to 5 pm). Set up time can be arranged prior to 9 am. Due to our support-group schedule, Rental Rooms must be vacant by 5:30pm.
Leased Office Spaces: Currently all leased office spaces are full.
Dr. Craig Pierce, Founder & CEO, PhD, LMFT, LPCC, Southwest Family Guidance Center
“As a clinician having worked extensively with families experiencing grief, loss, and trauma, and as someone who experienced the death of a parent in childhood, I deeply understand the void of loneliness and isolation families deal with. The resources and support the GC provides makes an immeasurable difference in preventing life long struggles from unresolved grief and traumatic loss. The GC’s permanent facility and home will provide a critical place for bereaved families to connect and will be a message to our city that we are there for those children and their families experiencing the loss of a loved one”
Jerry Vigil, GC Volunteer, Pamela M. Galbraith Memorial Foundation
“New Mexico was Pam’s adopted home and she loved the people the culture and its beauty. Having been the administrator at UNMH for mental health and the CEO of ValueOptions she was aware of the needs of children who lost a loved one. We are honored Pam’s foundation is a part of this mission.”
“My grandpa died, my uncle died, my aunt died, a lot of people in my family have died and I just want to say thank you. Thank you for helping me out in those times that were really tough. Thank you Grief Center.”
~ 10-year-old boy
“I lost my brother Zachary and he was 19, and this helps us feel better every day. Thank you!”
~ 8-year-old boy
“I came to the grief center because my mom died. It helped me a lot because I had tough times in my life, but now I am doing better in school and in my house and I am happy. Thank you.”
~ 12-year-old girl
Dr. Paul Hopkins, Albuquerque Marriage and Family Therapist, Pastoral Counselor and Organizational Consultant
“The great psychiatrist Carl Jung believed that mental illness is often the result of being unable to grieve losses. Luckily for children in central New Mexico, there is a Grief Center which provides wonderful programs and caring community to provide healing and hope when young people experience great loss.”
CEO of HB Construction
“HB Construction supports The Grief Center because of the measurable impact they make in our community. We are grateful for the services they provide and know they are making a real difference in the lives of our children and their outcomes. We are honored to be their partner. “
Jennifer Kean, Interim Director of UNM Hospital’s Child Life Program and Former GC Family
“For the last 12 years, I have worked in an organization that refers families to the Grief Center. Never did I expect that I would need the Grief Center personally. This is such a crucial resource that is needed in the state. I cannot even imagine what my life or my son’s life would be like without the guidance, support and reassurance that we received from the Grief Center in the midst of our chaos.”