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Pathway Successes

The pandemic has hit the working poor harder than those of us who can work or study from home or who are retired. Thanks to FaithWorks' case management and the collaborations with partner organizations, such as Family Promise or Heading Home, unhoused people are able to take steps to stable, housed, self-sufficient living. ABQ FaithWorks has helped to remove obstacles so that unsheltered people get an ID, food, transportation, or treatment, as well as clothing to interview for employment, help with rent, or access to a dentist. People in City-subsidized hotels will have stable shelter until June 2021, opening a door for them to take more steps on their paths to independent living. Here's how you can help!

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Quarterly Meeting focuses on Asylum Seekers

Jessica Corley, Immigration Coordinator, presented ABQ FaithWorks program for asylum seekers. Have a cup of tea, sit back and learn more at the YouTube link of the recorded Zoom meeting. And below are

ABQ FaithWorks Collaborative comprises congregations in close proximity to Nob Hill. We work collectively to address the needs of the people living on the margins who come to our doors.

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