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Horario para enero a mayo de 2018 (empezando el 29 de enero)


El Centro de aprendizaje de inglés para los padres estará abierto:


los lunes - 3:30 pm – 7:30 pm

los martes - 8:30am – 12:00pm (mediodía)

los miércoles - 4:30pm – 7:30pm

los jueves - 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm


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Services offered at the Family Center (Room D2)

  • Parent access to computers and Internet (to access Parent VUE or English Language Learning software, to pay bills, to write a resume, etc.)
  • Community gathering place with a kitchen area
  • Reading materials for parents
  • Bank of donations to give to students:
    • Clothing that adheres to the dress code
    • Personal hygiene products
    • School supplies
    • (Food items sometimes)
  • Information about free and low-cost food resources
  • Voucher applications for clothing and shoes
  • Help with finding community resources (affordable healthcare options, services for homeless families, etc.)
  • Translation/interpretation from Spanish to English (and English to Spanish)
  • Informal Parent Q&A (to talk about grades, etc.)

Family Center (Centro familiar)

Picture of the Family Center, which is a trailer across the street from the  Fine Arts Building. The door on the right side of the trailer is the one that  leads to the office. The trailer is wheelchair accessible.

Community Resources

Dial 2-1-1 for help finding resources for your family

The United Way 2-1-1 line provides free information & referral to health and human services, government agencies, and community based organizations covering the following areas:

- Basic Human Needs Resources

- Physical & Mental Health Resources

- Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault

- Seniors & Persons with Disabilities

- Children, Youth and Family Support



Friendly and free Homework Help services are offered in English and in Spanish.

Call 344-3571 or 1-800-947-8839. Email:


Free Meals for Children at Presbyterian Hospital

Any children ages 3-18 can receive a free healthy meal at Presbyterian Hospital's cafeteria between 1pm-7pm, seven days a week. No identification or voucher is necessary to receive a meal. The meal must be eaten at the hospital.


Westside Community Center (on Isleta Blvd SW)

Less than a mile from Ernie Pyle, the Westside Community Center offers: 

GED Classes - Monday through Thursday

Business Classes in Spanish on Thursdays

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Groups - Third Monday of each month 6pm-7:30pm

Other events advertised on their sign on Isleta Blvd. SW


The Salvation Army Albuquerque Family Services

411 Broadway Blvd SW

Albuquerque, NM 87102


Hours of Operation





Closed on Holidays

Provides Assistance With:

  • Pantry Assistance
  • Bus Passes 
  • Back to School
  • Christmas Angel
  • Employment Assistance ( Job Hunting, Resume Building, and 1-on-1 Coaching)
  • Rental & Utility Assistance (Subject to Available Funds)
  • Referrals to other Agencies



2017 ABQ Emergency Winter Shelter Information

The shelter will open Nov. 15, 2017, and run through March 15, 2018.


Winter shelter provides emergency shelter services to homeless individuals and families during the winter months.


The Emergency Winter Shelter provides overnight shelter accommodation and outreach services to those that want to engage in supportive services and housing.


The shelter accepts single men and women, families, and families with children younger than 18.


Pickup & Drop Off Locations:

Noon Day- Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday


2400 2nd St. NW

  • Pick up times: 5 p.m., 6 p.m., 7 p.m.
  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

Coronado Park

  • Pick up times: 5 p.m., 6 p.m., 7 p.m.
  • 301 McKnight NW
  • Every Evening
Gang, Emily
Family Liaison (Intermediaria familiar)


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Volunteer Opportunities

Call Ms. Gang (ext. 50582) to make an appointment to register as an APS Volunteer. Cost of the background check is paid by our Title I budget.

Oportunidades para ser voluntario

Llame a Srta. Gang (ext. 50582) para hacer una cita para registrarse como voluntario de APS. El costo del chequeo de los antecedentes será pagado por nuestro presupuesto de Título I.