U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
It is part of the mission of HUD to provide grants for housing for the homeless. Crossroads for Women receives two such grants. These grants enable clients to be placed in safe, secure apartments while they work to make the transition from former chronic homelessness and incarceration to permanent housing that they can support on their own with or without continued public housing support.
Maya’s Place operational and clinical expenses are paid largely by the City of Albuquerque, Family and Community Services Division.
United Way of Central New Mexico
Funds the Day Program at both service locations including a portion of the parenting and vocational services clients receive, as well as life skills education.
Funds operating expenses, as well as direct client costs such as assistance with initial food and cleaning supplies, child safety apparatus, work uniforms, utility bills, transportation, and phone access.
New Mexico Department of Health
All behavioral health funding in the State of New Mexico is pooled and distributed through a contract with Value Options. This funding supports some of the clinical services provided to Crossroads for Women clients.
Provides innovative products, education and services in collaboration with strategic partners to finance the purchase, construction and preservation of quality affordable housing to strengthen the social and economic development of New Mexico. MFA funds case management at The Crossroads and Maya’s Place.
The Daniels Fund
The Daniels Fund partners with individuals, organizations, and communities to recognize inherent value, develop abilities, and provide opportunities in order to fulfill our collective potential. The Daniel’s fund provides funding for operating expenses at Crossroads for Women.
The Marshall L. and Perrine D. McCune Charitable Foundation is dedicated to enriching the health, education, environment, and cultural and spiritual life of New Mexicans. The Foundation memorializes its benefactors through proactive grant making that seeks to foster positive social change. Contributes to general operating expenses.
Albuquerque Community Foundation–Wilhelmina Coe Foundation & Sandia Foundation
The mission of the Albuquerque Community Foundation is to provide for our community, forever. ACF makes an impact on the lives of those around us by supporting nonprofits providing direct services to those who need it most. ACF funds the evening and weekend case management at Maya’s Place.