Regional and Topical Resource List
We are updating this list as we become aware of relevant information. If you are aware of resources that we have missed, please email Dennis McCutcheon at dmccutcheon (at)

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Statewide New Mexico Resources

New Mexico Department Of Health’s coronavirus microsite has been established to be a resource for the public for all things COVID-19 in New Mexico –

New Mexico Department of Health’s COVID-19 in New Mexico Dashboard –

The New Mexico State website has the latest COVID-19 statistics and New Mexico specific resources –’s resources to address questions about mortgage relief, utilities assistance, internet access, nutrition support, unemployment, and more –

New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty’s COVID-19 Resources –

New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty’s COVID-19 Response Recommendations –

All Together New Mexico Fund – The All Together Fund has been established to help New Mexico respond to and eventually recover from the COVID-19 pandemic –

Communities In Schools of New Mexico’s COVID-19 Emergency Information – English

SHARE New Mexico CoVid19 Resource Page –

The Grant Plant’s COVID-19 Emergency Grant resource page –


NM Community Resources – Rural, Disability, Native, Regional

COVID-19: Emerging Community Needs and Policy Solutions – Health Equity Initiative’s Report and Call to Action –

Coronavirus Response Community Tool Box – useful tools drawn from authoritative sources—the World Health Organization and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—and from the Community Tool Box, used by nearly 6 million people worldwide –

USDA’s COVID-19 Federal Rural Resource Guide Lists Federal Programs That Can Help Rural Communities, Organizations and Residents Impacted by COVID-19 –

USDA’s COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions – Farmer Resources, Food Assistance, Loans and Grants, School Meals, Food Supply Chain, Animals and Plants, National Forests, and Reports and Research –

Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center’s COVID-19 Public Health Alert –

American Association on Health and Disability’s Resources for People with Disabilities on COVID-19 –

Barrios Unidos NM – Especially in this time of public health crisis, to be of support for those struggling with addiction, family & community support, and to be of general mutual aid –

COVID-19 Resources for Indian Country –

Earth Care’s Santa Fe Area Mutual Aid Resource Page –

Girls Inc. Community Resource Page –

Los Alamos Community Foundation – COVID-19 Nonprofit Emergency Response –

McKinley Mutual Aid –

Navajo Nation Department of Health’s Dikos Ntsaaígíí-19 (COVID-19) Info Page –

North Central New Mexico Economic Development District COVID-19 business resources –

Opportunity Santa Fe’s fully bi-lingual COVID-19 Resources –

Poeh Cultural Center Community Support during COVID-19, talking circles, free training, and grants for Native artists –

Roanhorse Consulting’s NM COVID-19 Resources for Native Communities –

Tewa Women United Resource List primarily focused on resources created by and for Indigenous communities, and/or relevant to the Tewa homelands, and the Española/Rio Arriba County area –


Mental Health Resources

CDC Manage Anxiety & Stress – Reducing stress in yourself and others, Information for parents, Information for responders, Information for people released from quarantine –

APA COVID-19 Information and Resources – Continually updated by APA for psychologists, health-care workers and the public – is a Spanish-language resource that shares up-to-date, science-based information and tools from credible sources. Topics include guidance on reopening, personal and community prevention tips, workplace safety guidance, and recommendations for safe voting and returning to school. It is the sister site to, an English-language site –

APA Coronavirus Resources – To provide support in the response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), APA is collecting authoritative and timely resources in this information hub. Includes: Resources for Psychiatrists, CDC Information, COVID-19 & Mental Health, New Telehealth Rules Webinars, APA’s Practice Management Hotline, Resources for Families, and Resources for Health Care and Community Leaders –

APA Pandemics – General Resources; Practitioners and Healthcare Professionals; Psychology Supervisors, Trainees, Teachers & Students; Preparedness and Safety Resources; Resources for Parents and Caregivers –


Resources for Nonprofits and Philanthropy

Center for Nonprofit Excellence’s COVID-19 Information & Resources for New Mexico Nonprofits –

New Mexico Association of Grantmakers — Philanthropy’s Response for COVID-19 –

Grantmakers in Health Resources for Funders – and

COVID-19 Funding Resource Center – The NM COVID-19 Funding Resource Center is a partnership led by Pivotal New Mexico, The Grant Plant, and 501(C)PA, to maximize opportunities for New Mexico organizations and agencies to access local, state, and national grants that will help with the state’s recovery and relief –


Economic and Financial Resources

Protecting Financial Health During the Coronavirus –

The New Mexico Association of Commerce and Industry – Combating The Coronavirus Resource Page –



Novel Coronavirus Information Center – Elsevier’s free health and medical research on the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and COVID-19 –