SFCC Internal Resources
To address food insecurity during the coronavirus crisis, Santa Fe Community College has launched a food distribution program in partnership with World Central Kitchen. Drive-up food distribution is available 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM at our Main Campus on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. To find the food distribution location, follow this map. More information is available here.
Student Emergency Assistance Fund
Are you having trouble because you lost your job? SFCC Foundation wants to help students enrolled this semester with emergency aid. Tuition and fees are NOT covered, but many living expenses are covered.
To apply please visit:
To donate to the emergency fund, please click the following link:
SFCC Chill Room: Living Life Remotely
Available to SFCC Students and Faculty, “The Chill Room” is a Canvas-based course full of physical and mental wellness resources. This includes lists of Mental Health Resources, Yoga & Fitness, Art Therapy, Mindfulness Exercises, and more. To access, please select “The Chill Room: Living Life Remotely” under the “Courses” tab on Canvas.
New Mexico Health Department Coronavirus Hotline
For non-health related questions, please call
NM State Insurance Covid-19 Hotline
Consumers are urged to call the center to learn about their right to have COVID-19 testing and treatment without cost and with questions about:
• How to obtain health insurance coverage
• How to resolve grievances associated with premium payments, termination of coverage, claims, benefits denials, and surprise billing related to COVID-19
• How to appeal an insurance decision
YES New Mexico
A hotline and website where you can enroll in a variety of assistance programs including Medicaid, Food Assistance (SNAP), Cash Assistance (TANF) and Energy Assistance (LIHEAP). Also learn about Express Eligibility, Social Security and more.
New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions
“Starting tomorrow, Wednesday, April 8, 2020, the Unemployment Insurance Operations Center will implement extended hours. The Operations Center will open at 7am and take calls until 7pm for the rest of the week. The department is working on a strategy to extend hours beyond this week and on weekends, and will make an official announcement on Friday, April 10. ”
Santa Fe Resources
Santa Fe Community Resource Guide
The Santa Fe Community Resource Guide English & Spanish
“We are excited to share that Opportunity Santa Fe, Expanding Opportunity for Young Families and New Mexico Health Equity Partnership have come together to create this guide.”
New Mexico Senior Food Hotline
Providing access for seniors to groceries and other food services. Leave a message with your name, telephone number, and city/town of residence.
New Mexico Human Services Department Emergency Food Assistance
Providing food to eligible New Mexicans
Food for SFPS Students
Santa Fe Public Schools Letter to Families
“Santa Fe Public Schools will provide meals, free of charge, to all SFPS students school-age and under. These meals will be distributed curbside…”
Santa Fe Food Depot Distributions
Updated Information for Food Distribution with the Santa Fe Food Depot.
Food Distributions in Northern New Mexico
Distributions in Colfax, Harding, Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, and Taos Counties
Information is subject to change, please call organizations before visiting in-person.
New Mexico Association of Food Banks
Serving and operating to provide food through charitable hunger network.
Providing homeless a path towards a productive life in this time of need!
St. Elizabeth Shelters
Assisting individuals and families in need.
Volunteers needed. Take the Journey!
Support for Youth at Risk Achieving Safety and Stability
A Santa Fe Agency working against domestic violence.
If you are in immediate danger call 911
For information call (505) 473-5200 or 1-800-473-5220
Mental Health Resources
New Mexico Crisis Line
Call 1-855-662-7474 to talk to a professional counselor, 1-855-227-5485 (TTY)
Lifeline Crisis Chat
“Lifeline Crisis Chat is a service of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline… Chat specialists are available to listen and support you through whatever difficult times you may be facing.”
Crisis Text Line
“Text 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor”
The Sky Center
505-473-6191. Hablamos Español
Provides free family counseling services for youth and their families who are in need.
Free services to members of our community with a youth in the household between the ages of 0-23. If you are concerned about depression, anxiety, relationship conflict or suicidal behavior, to name a few issues that may intensify during this public health crisis, please do not hesitate to call.
Call 505-473-6191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up online appt.
NM State Government
An outline from the state government for citizens to help take action
For Information on how to volunteer during this time, you can also call the State’s Volunteer Hotline at 1-833-551-0518 and press 8
Operation Bandana New Mexico
A locally-based resource to make and distribute masks to New Mexico’s Health Care and Front-Line Workers. Please see more info on their facebook page.
The Food Depot
Play a role in supporting Hunger Relief throughout Santa Fe and New Mexico.
Santa Fe Community Foundation All Together NM Fund
“The Santa Fe Community Foundation will be used to address immediate needs and offer long-term support for the recovery work that lies ahead.”