Charlie King will be returning to ABQ on Saturday, Feb. 24, 7pm at the ABQ Center for Peace & Justice. Charlie King is a singer, musical storyteller, and political satirist, whom Pete Seeger called "one of the finest singers and songwriters of our time".  He was enthusiastically received here two years ago, and we are excited to have him back. Part of the proceeds will go to the New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice. For more information, contact Paul Afek at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Also, check out Charlie's website at www.charlieking.org.

From Wednesday-Friday, Feb. 21-23, the University of New Mexico will host the last oil: a multispecies justice symposium on Arctic Alaska and beyond, to address the potentially catastrophic U.S. Arctic energy policy, which violates indigenous human rights and threatens to derail efforts to mitigate climate change and the Sixth Extinction. It will also bring northern indigenous struggles into conversation with similar struggles across the West, including the Diné-Pueblo solidarity to protect the greater Chaco Canyon in New Mexico from fracking and the indigenous Sioux people’s campaign “Mni Wiconi: Water is Life” at Standing Rock. The symposium is free and open to the public, and will convene on the UNM Main Campus.

     the last oil will bring to Albuquerque twenty-seven leading artists, activists, attorneys, biologists, climate scientists, conservationists, curators, historians, policy experts, and writers. The gathering will coincide with an exhibition on the Arctic by Subhankar Banerjee, Prof. of Art & Ecology in the UNM Art Dept., at the UNM Art Museum — Long Environmentalism in the Near North: Activism | Photographs | Writing.

     For more info, please explore thelastoil.unm.edu, particularly the Resources pages, which includes articles/op-eds and books authored by symposium speakers; television and radio interviews; and maps and reports published by indigenous human rights and conservation organizations.

     the last oil is co-organized by Art & Ecology in the Department of Art and the UNM Art Museum in partnership with Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice, and many other groups and university departments.

(un)Occupy Albuquerque and Kalpulli Izkalli present a day of Medicine for the People by the People, titled “Justice, Balance, & Harmony: Cuauhtémoc Rising Up with Us,” on Saturday, Feb. 10, 10:30am–4pm at South Valley Academy, 3426 Blake Rd SW. A ceremony begins at 10:30am, with healing treatments, workshops, healthy food kitchen and children’s space from noon-4pm.

     We hope to empower each other with awareness about health justice and our inherent right to heal and be cared for during times of illness and transition. This event is intended to be part of a movement to change the model of health care provided in our community. In a capitalist system there is little value in healing.

     We will be serving those with limited or no access to health care, as well as those who have had no success with the health care provided to them. We will make available knowledge and exposure to many forms of health care available within our community.

     By providing exposure and education to many paths of wellness, we wish to freely share what we believe is innately human: a right to heal! We believe that all seekers of wellness, mind, body, and spirit may find empowerment and freedom. Contact: Maria Brazil, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 363-1326. More info on the Facebook event page.

The NM Progressive Coalition 2nd Annual People's Rally on Monday, Feb. 5, 8:30am-4pm at the NM state capitol (300 Don Gaspar, Santa Fe) will be beckoning all New Mexicans to join our grassroots efforts in making our voices heard at the 2018 NM Legislative Session. We believe the Roundhouse belongs to us, and all our citizens should be empowered to speak up for the betterment of New Mexico. Our slogan is “Telling our Stories: Demanding Progress.” There will be speakers telling stories that illuminate the challenges that ordinary New Mexicans face, Roundhouse tours from 8:30am-noon for those who are not familiar with our state capitol, music, food and grassroots organizations at the tables in the west wing. We hope people will visit their legislators and commend them for what they are doing to benefit the people of New Mexico and challenge them if they are working against our values and interests. We don’t have the paid lobbyists’ money but we can have the numbers and we can vote. This day has also been declared a Moral Monday and there will be a Poor People's Campaign press conference at some point during the day.     However, this is more than just a one-day effort. We hope to see more New Mexicans become informed and impassioned, life-long citizen advocates who will hold our state government accountable to the people rather than to private moneyed interests. We will invite New Mexicans to join our Legislative Alerts and citizen action efforts to build a strong progressive voice that will be a force to be reckoned with. For more info visit the facebook event page, nmprogressivecoalition.com, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

By Laura Stokes, state co-chair, NM Progressive Coalition

This play will be performed at the Peace Center on Saturday, Jan. 27, at 7pm. The dramatic presentation is a Reader’s Theater style and brings to life two of the most important and inspiring spiritual teachers of the last century. We learn of their deepest struggles and intuitions about the meaning of death, about prayer, mystical experience, war and peace, and the way of universal compassion and nonviolent love.

     Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day never physically met each other, although they very much knew of each other and read each other’s writings. In the last ten years of Merton’s life they frequently exchanged letters in which they shared their deepest concerns. In some ways, they lived parallel lives ultimately pointed in the same direction, toward inner and outer peacemaking. Thomas Merton lived the life of one seemingly withdrawn from the world, and Dorothy Day lived a life of activism. What we learn during this play is how much Merton was engaged in the world and what a contemplative Dorothy Day was.   

      The play is performed by David Hoover and Sharon Halsey-Hoover. They have lived in Albuquerque for the past three years and are involved with the Trinity House Catholic Worker, Campaign Nonviolence, and Inscape Ministries, which is a PAJOLA member of the Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice. They bring with them to Albuquerque decades of work in peace and justice and spirituality. Several years ago they created Inscape Ministries through which they present dramatic presentations on the lives of Merton, Day, and St. Francis of Assisi. Suggested donation is $10, but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Their website is inscapeministries.com and they can be found on Facebook at Inscape Ministries. More info: Sharon, 714-420-6771 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

On Friday, Jan. 26, 6pm at the Peace Center, join The Red Nation, Jewish Voice for Peace, and the Indigenous Rights Center for a presentation on ending the Israel/U.S. Police Exchange.

     One of the most dangerous places where the regimes of Trump and Netanyahu converge is in exchange programs that bring together police, ICE, border patrol, and FBI from the U.S. with soldiers, police, border agents, etc. from Israel. In these programs, “worst practices” are shared to promote and extend discriminatory and repressive policing in both countries. These include extrajudicial executions, shoot-to-kill policies, police murders, racial profiling, massive spying and surveillance, deportation and detention, and attacks on human rights defenders.

     This event will feature Native and Palestinian-American speakers who can testify to the impact of deadly police violence on their communities. We will also discuss what actions activists can take back to their communities to bring an end to this violence.

Speakers include:

Melissa Tso, advisor to JVP End The Deadly Exchange Campaign and lead organizer in The Red Nation
Jennifer Marley, lead organizer in The Red Nation
Jeff Haas, Santa Feans for Justice in Palestine
Raneen Khweis, UNM Muslim Student Association
(More TBA)

     Refreshments will be provided. Please consider making a donation at the event; however this is not required to attend. For more info, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , visit deadlyexchange.org, Also, FIND THE EVENT ON FACEBOOK TO RSVP

Co-Sponsors: Indigenous Rights Center, Jewish Voice for Peace National, Albuquerque Peltier, and UNM Muslim Student Association. Friends of Sabeel ABQ endorses this event.

D.O.P.E. (Dedicated Outreach and Prevention Education) Services is an outreach agency that supplies communities in New Mexico with an array of social, healthcare and community services. We respond to the needs of New Mexico's difficult to reach populations by breaking down barriers that delay or inhibit marginalized individuals from accessing community programs and resources. D.O.P.E. Services provide a variety of services on outreach with nontraditional times and locations so that important resources are widespread and easily available to those who need it. D.O.P.E. Services not only works toward increasing access to services among New Mexico's marginalized peoples, but also believes in treating those we serve with dignity and respect by utilizing harm reduction philosophies and a trauma-informed care approach.

What D.O.P.E. Services does for New Mexico:
1.) Mobile syringe services
2.) Outreach for people experiencing homelessness.
3.) Overdose prevention & naloxone (Narcan) distribution
4.) Littered syringe pick up
5.) HIV, Hepatitis C, and STD testing
6.) Referrals to other agencies
Contact: Pelatia Trujillo (505) 967-3432, Evan Hoessel (505) 369-9209
email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Charlie King will be returning to ABQ on Saturday, Feb. 24, 7pm at the ABQ Center for Peace & Justice. Charlie King is a singer, musical storyteller, and political satirist, whom Pete Seeger called "one of the finest singers and songwriters of our time".  He was enthusiastically received here two years ago, and we are excited to have him back. Part of the proceeds will go to the New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice. For more information, contact Paul Afek at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Also, check out Charlie's website at www.charlieking.org.

From Wednesday-Friday, Feb. 21-23, the University of New Mexico will host the last oil: a multispecies justice symposium on Arctic Alaska and beyond, to address the potentially catastrophic U.S. Arctic energy policy, which violates indigenous human rights and threatens to derail efforts to mitigate climate change and the Sixth Extinction. It will also bring northern indigenous struggles into conversation with similar struggles across the West, including the Diné-Pueblo solidarity to protect the greater Chaco Canyon in New Mexico from fracking and the indigenous Sioux people’s campaign “Mni Wiconi: Water is Life” at Standing Rock. The symposium is free and open to the public, and will convene on the UNM Main Campus.

     the last oil will bring to Albuquerque twenty-seven leading artists, activists, attorneys, biologists, climate scientists, conservationists, curators, historians, policy experts, and writers. The gathering will coincide with an exhibition on the Arctic by Subhankar Banerjee, Prof. of Art & Ecology in the UNM Art Dept., at the UNM Art Museum — Long Environmentalism in the Near North: Activism | Photographs | Writing.

     For more info, please explore thelastoil.unm.edu, particularly the Resources pages, which includes articles/op-eds and books authored by symposium speakers; television and radio interviews; and maps and reports published by indigenous human rights and conservation organizations.

     the last oil is co-organized by Art & Ecology in the Department of Art and the UNM Art Museum in partnership with Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice, and many other groups and university departments.

(un)Occupy Albuquerque and Kalpulli Izkalli present a day of Medicine for the People by the People, titled “Justice, Balance, & Harmony: Cuauhtémoc Rising Up with Us,” on Saturday, Feb. 10, 10:30am–4pm at South Valley Academy, 3426 Blake Rd SW. A ceremony begins at 10:30am, with healing treatments, workshops, healthy food kitchen and children’s space from noon-4pm.

     We hope to empower each other with awareness about health justice and our inherent right to heal and be cared for during times of illness and transition. This event is intended to be part of a movement to change the model of health care provided in our community. In a capitalist system there is little value in healing.

     We will be serving those with limited or no access to health care, as well as those who have had no success with the health care provided to them. We will make available knowledge and exposure to many forms of health care available within our community.

     By providing exposure and education to many paths of wellness, we wish to freely share what we believe is innately human: a right to heal! We believe that all seekers of wellness, mind, body, and spirit may find empowerment and freedom. Contact: Maria Brazil, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 363-1326. More info on the Facebook event page.

The NM Progressive Coalition 2nd Annual People's Rally on Monday, Feb. 5, 8:30am-4pm at the NM state capitol (300 Don Gaspar, Santa Fe) will be beckoning all New Mexicans to join our grassroots efforts in making our voices heard at the 2018 NM Legislative Session. We believe the Roundhouse belongs to us, and all our citizens should be empowered to speak up for the betterment of New Mexico. Our slogan is “Telling our Stories: Demanding Progress.” There will be speakers telling stories that illuminate the challenges that ordinary New Mexicans face, Roundhouse tours from 8:30am-noon for those who are not familiar with our state capitol, music, food and grassroots organizations at the tables in the west wing. We hope people will visit their legislators and commend them for what they are doing to benefit the people of New Mexico and challenge them if they are working against our values and interests. We don’t have the paid lobbyists’ money but we can have the numbers and we can vote. This day has also been declared a Moral Monday and there will be a Poor People's Campaign press conference at some point during the day.     However, this is more than just a one-day effort. We hope to see more New Mexicans become informed and impassioned, life-long citizen advocates who will hold our state government accountable to the people rather than to private moneyed interests. We will invite New Mexicans to join our Legislative Alerts and citizen action efforts to build a strong progressive voice that will be a force to be reckoned with. For more info visit the facebook event page, nmprogressivecoalition.com, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

By Laura Stokes, state co-chair, NM Progressive Coalition

This play will be performed at the Peace Center on Saturday, Jan. 27, at 7pm. The dramatic presentation is a Reader’s Theater style and brings to life two of the most important and inspiring spiritual teachers of the last century. We learn of their deepest struggles and intuitions about the meaning of death, about prayer, mystical experience, war and peace, and the way of universal compassion and nonviolent love.

     Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day never physically met each other, although they very much knew of each other and read each other’s writings. In the last ten years of Merton’s life they frequently exchanged letters in which they shared their deepest concerns. In some ways, they lived parallel lives ultimately pointed in the same direction, toward inner and outer peacemaking. Thomas Merton lived the life of one seemingly withdrawn from the world, and Dorothy Day lived a life of activism. What we learn during this play is how much Merton was engaged in the world and what a contemplative Dorothy Day was.   

      The play is performed by David Hoover and Sharon Halsey-Hoover. They have lived in Albuquerque for the past three years and are involved with the Trinity House Catholic Worker, Campaign Nonviolence, and Inscape Ministries, which is a PAJOLA member of the Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice. They bring with them to Albuquerque decades of work in peace and justice and spirituality. Several years ago they created Inscape Ministries through which they present dramatic presentations on the lives of Merton, Day, and St. Francis of Assisi. Suggested donation is $10, but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Their website is inscapeministries.com and they can be found on Facebook at Inscape Ministries. More info: Sharon, 714-420-6771 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

On Friday, Jan. 26, 6pm at the Peace Center, join The Red Nation, Jewish Voice for Peace, and the Indigenous Rights Center for a presentation on ending the Israel/U.S. Police Exchange.

     One of the most dangerous places where the regimes of Trump and Netanyahu converge is in exchange programs that bring together police, ICE, border patrol, and FBI from the U.S. with soldiers, police, border agents, etc. from Israel. In these programs, “worst practices” are shared to promote and extend discriminatory and repressive policing in both countries. These include extrajudicial executions, shoot-to-kill policies, police murders, racial profiling, massive spying and surveillance, deportation and detention, and attacks on human rights defenders.

     This event will feature Native and Palestinian-American speakers who can testify to the impact of deadly police violence on their communities. We will also discuss what actions activists can take back to their communities to bring an end to this violence.

Speakers include:

Melissa Tso, advisor to JVP End The Deadly Exchange Campaign and lead organizer in The Red Nation
Jennifer Marley, lead organizer in The Red Nation
Jeff Haas, Santa Feans for Justice in Palestine
Raneen Khweis, UNM Muslim Student Association
(More TBA)

     Refreshments will be provided. Please consider making a donation at the event; however this is not required to attend. For more info, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , visit deadlyexchange.org, Also, FIND THE EVENT ON FACEBOOK TO RSVP

Co-Sponsors: Indigenous Rights Center, Jewish Voice for Peace National, Albuquerque Peltier, and UNM Muslim Student Association. Friends of Sabeel ABQ endorses this event.

D.O.P.E. (Dedicated Outreach and Prevention Education) Services is an outreach agency that supplies communities in New Mexico with an array of social, healthcare and community services. We respond to the needs of New Mexico's difficult to reach populations by breaking down barriers that delay or inhibit marginalized individuals from accessing community programs and resources. D.O.P.E. Services provide a variety of services on outreach with nontraditional times and locations so that important resources are widespread and easily available to those who need it. D.O.P.E. Services not only works toward increasing access to services among New Mexico's marginalized peoples, but also believes in treating those we serve with dignity and respect by utilizing harm reduction philosophies and a trauma-informed care approach.

What D.O.P.E. Services does for New Mexico:
1.) Mobile syringe services
2.) Outreach for people experiencing homelessness.
3.) Overdose prevention & naloxone (Narcan) distribution
4.) Littered syringe pick up
5.) HIV, Hepatitis C, and STD testing
6.) Referrals to other agencies
Contact: Pelatia Trujillo (505) 967-3432, Evan Hoessel (505) 369-9209
email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Charlie King will be returning to ABQ on Saturday, Feb. 24, 7pm at the ABQ Center for Peace & Justice. Charlie King is a singer, musical storyteller, and political satirist, whom Pete Seeger called "one of the finest singers and songwriters of our time".  He was enthusiastically received here two years ago, and we are excited to have him back. Part of the proceeds will go to the New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice. For more information, contact Paul Afek at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Also, check out Charlie's website at www.charlieking.org.

From Wednesday-Friday, Feb. 21-23, the University of New Mexico will host the last oil: a multispecies justice symposium on Arctic Alaska and beyond, to address the potentially catastrophic U.S. Arctic energy policy, which violates indigenous human rights and threatens to derail efforts to mitigate climate change and the Sixth Extinction. It will also bring northern indigenous struggles into conversation with similar struggles across the West, including the Diné-Pueblo solidarity to protect the greater Chaco Canyon in New Mexico from fracking and the indigenous Sioux people’s campaign “Mni Wiconi: Water is Life” at Standing Rock. The symposium is free and open to the public, and will convene on the UNM Main Campus.

     the last oil will bring to Albuquerque twenty-seven leading artists, activists, attorneys, biologists, climate scientists, conservationists, curators, historians, policy experts, and writers. The gathering will coincide with an exhibition on the Arctic by Subhankar Banerjee, Prof. of Art & Ecology in the UNM Art Dept., at the UNM Art Museum — Long Environmentalism in the Near North: Activism | Photographs | Writing.

     For more info, please explore thelastoil.unm.edu, particularly the Resources pages, which includes articles/op-eds and books authored by symposium speakers; television and radio interviews; and maps and reports published by indigenous human rights and conservation organizations.

     the last oil is co-organized by Art & Ecology in the Department of Art and the UNM Art Museum in partnership with Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice, and many other groups and university departments.

(un)Occupy Albuquerque and Kalpulli Izkalli present a day of Medicine for the People by the People, titled “Justice, Balance, & Harmony: Cuauhtémoc Rising Up with Us,” on Saturday, Feb. 10, 10:30am–4pm at South Valley Academy, 3426 Blake Rd SW. A ceremony begins at 10:30am, with healing treatments, workshops, healthy food kitchen and children’s space from noon-4pm.

     We hope to empower each other with awareness about health justice and our inherent right to heal and be cared for during times of illness and transition. This event is intended to be part of a movement to change the model of health care provided in our community. In a capitalist system there is little value in healing.

     We will be serving those with limited or no access to health care, as well as those who have had no success with the health care provided to them. We will make available knowledge and exposure to many forms of health care available within our community.

     By providing exposure and education to many paths of wellness, we wish to freely share what we believe is innately human: a right to heal! We believe that all seekers of wellness, mind, body, and spirit may find empowerment and freedom. Contact: Maria Brazil, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 363-1326. More info on the Facebook event page.

The NM Progressive Coalition 2nd Annual People's Rally on Monday, Feb. 5, 8:30am-4pm at the NM state capitol (300 Don Gaspar, Santa Fe) will be beckoning all New Mexicans to join our grassroots efforts in making our voices heard at the 2018 NM Legislative Session. We believe the Roundhouse belongs to us, and all our citizens should be empowered to speak up for the betterment of New Mexico. Our slogan is “Telling our Stories: Demanding Progress.” There will be speakers telling stories that illuminate the challenges that ordinary New Mexicans face, Roundhouse tours from 8:30am-noon for those who are not familiar with our state capitol, music, food and grassroots organizations at the tables in the west wing. We hope people will visit their legislators and commend them for what they are doing to benefit the people of New Mexico and challenge them if they are working against our values and interests. We don’t have the paid lobbyists’ money but we can have the numbers and we can vote. This day has also been declared a Moral Monday and there will be a Poor People's Campaign press conference at some point during the day.     However, this is more than just a one-day effort. We hope to see more New Mexicans become informed and impassioned, life-long citizen advocates who will hold our state government accountable to the people rather than to private moneyed interests. We will invite New Mexicans to join our Legislative Alerts and citizen action efforts to build a strong progressive voice that will be a force to be reckoned with. For more info visit the facebook event page, nmprogressivecoalition.com, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

By Laura Stokes, state co-chair, NM Progressive Coalition

This play will be performed at the Peace Center on Saturday, Jan. 27, at 7pm. The dramatic presentation is a Reader’s Theater style and brings to life two of the most important and inspiring spiritual teachers of the last century. We learn of their deepest struggles and intuitions about the meaning of death, about prayer, mystical experience, war and peace, and the way of universal compassion and nonviolent love.

     Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day never physically met each other, although they very much knew of each other and read each other’s writings. In the last ten years of Merton’s life they frequently exchanged letters in which they shared their deepest concerns. In some ways, they lived parallel lives ultimately pointed in the same direction, toward inner and outer peacemaking. Thomas Merton lived the life of one seemingly withdrawn from the world, and Dorothy Day lived a life of activism. What we learn during this play is how much Merton was engaged in the world and what a contemplative Dorothy Day was.   

      The play is performed by David Hoover and Sharon Halsey-Hoover. They have lived in Albuquerque for the past three years and are involved with the Trinity House Catholic Worker, Campaign Nonviolence, and Inscape Ministries, which is a PAJOLA member of the Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice. They bring with them to Albuquerque decades of work in peace and justice and spirituality. Several years ago they created Inscape Ministries through which they present dramatic presentations on the lives of Merton, Day, and St. Francis of Assisi. Suggested donation is $10, but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Their website is inscapeministries.com and they can be found on Facebook at Inscape Ministries. More info: Sharon, 714-420-6771 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

On Friday, Jan. 26, 6pm at the Peace Center, join The Red Nation, Jewish Voice for Peace, and the Indigenous Rights Center for a presentation on ending the Israel/U.S. Police Exchange.

     One of the most dangerous places where the regimes of Trump and Netanyahu converge is in exchange programs that bring together police, ICE, border patrol, and FBI from the U.S. with soldiers, police, border agents, etc. from Israel. In these programs, “worst practices” are shared to promote and extend discriminatory and repressive policing in both countries. These include extrajudicial executions, shoot-to-kill policies, police murders, racial profiling, massive spying and surveillance, deportation and detention, and attacks on human rights defenders.

     This event will feature Native and Palestinian-American speakers who can testify to the impact of deadly police violence on their communities. We will also discuss what actions activists can take back to their communities to bring an end to this violence.

Speakers include:

Melissa Tso, advisor to JVP End The Deadly Exchange Campaign and lead organizer in The Red Nation
Jennifer Marley, lead organizer in The Red Nation
Jeff Haas, Santa Feans for Justice in Palestine
Raneen Khweis, UNM Muslim Student Association
(More TBA)

     Refreshments will be provided. Please consider making a donation at the event; however this is not required to attend. For more info, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , visit deadlyexchange.org, Also, FIND THE EVENT ON FACEBOOK TO RSVP

Co-Sponsors: Indigenous Rights Center, Jewish Voice for Peace National, Albuquerque Peltier, and UNM Muslim Student Association. Friends of Sabeel ABQ endorses this event.

D.O.P.E. (Dedicated Outreach and Prevention Education) Services is an outreach agency that supplies communities in New Mexico with an array of social, healthcare and community services. We respond to the needs of New Mexico's difficult to reach populations by breaking down barriers that delay or inhibit marginalized individuals from accessing community programs and resources. D.O.P.E. Services provide a variety of services on outreach with nontraditional times and locations so that important resources are widespread and easily available to those who need it. D.O.P.E. Services not only works toward increasing access to services among New Mexico's marginalized peoples, but also believes in treating those we serve with dignity and respect by utilizing harm reduction philosophies and a trauma-informed care approach.

What D.O.P.E. Services does for New Mexico:
1.) Mobile syringe services
2.) Outreach for people experiencing homelessness.
3.) Overdose prevention & naloxone (Narcan) distribution
4.) Littered syringe pick up
5.) HIV, Hepatitis C, and STD testing
6.) Referrals to other agencies
Contact: Pelatia Trujillo (505) 967-3432, Evan Hoessel (505) 369-9209
email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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