The Emergency Project

Since 1988, the Emergency Project has helped prevent homelessness for low income New Mexicans living with HIV/AIDS. On a “last resort” basis, we provide rent assistance or help pay a deposit for a new housing situation when a client is forced to move due to a hostile or dangerous environment.

Emergency Project payments also allow clients to maintain utilities without interruption, or prevent further complications from HIV/AIDS by making medical and prescription co-payments for required medical regimens.

You can read the 2017 Annual report for the Emergency Project here.

The Common Bond New Mexico Foundation celebrates the life of Liz Canfield, Champion of the AIDS Emergency Project.


See Obituary