Grief, Aging and Mental Health Resources

NIA/NM Resource Center for Victims of Violent Death

Bridgse the gaps in the availability of information and resources that impede and discourage victims and families trying to deal with the aftermath of violent death, undetermined deaths and attempted homicides.

Oasis Albuquerque

Educational and volunteer opportunities that promote successful aging. Oasis offers challenging lifelong learning programs in the arts, humanities and wellness. In addition, volunteer service is promoted through the Intergenerational Tutoring Program.

Open to Hope is a website where people can share inspirational stories of loss and love. They encourage visitors to read, listen and share their stories of hope and compassion.

PNM Good Neighbor Fund

Emergency assistance to PNM customers who are facing an unexpected financial hardship due to an emergency situation.

Prime Time Caregiver’s Guide

Local Albuquerque services for caregivers.

Quick Guide to Senior Services (City of Albuquerque)

Download the most recent "Quick Guide to Senior Services" published by the City of Albuquerque.

Sandia Presbyterian Church

Provides help and encouragement after the death of a loved one through 13-week group sessions.

Survivors of Suicide

Peer support group with people helping one another through the stages of grieving after a suicide death.

Survivors of Suicide

There are few things in life more soul-wrenching than the suicide of someone loved. The suddenness of the loss is devastating enough, but the thoughts and feelings of confusion, shame, anger and guilt can be overwhelming.

The Death of a Child

It doesn’t matter whether it’s the death of a child recently or many years ago, a child’s death is one of the most painful losses suffered in life. Losing a child defies the natural order of life and brings consuming pain to parents.