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The New Mexico Gamers Society seeks to share useful resources with members of our community. Here we have a shared drive containing many useful gaming-related files such as DM tents, Initiative trackers, Organized Play log sheets, and more. 

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Gaming serves as a constructive coping mechanism for mental health by offering a profound refuge from daily stressors. Players can seek solace in virtual worlds where they can transcend limitations imposed by physical capabilities, finances, society, and even the nature of reality. Gaming can also facilitate social interaction, team building, competition, and even self-exploration, as it can allow individuals to experiment with identity through the roles they adopt and their interactions with other characters and the virtual environment. Ultimately, gaming provides a fertile venue for holistic health and personal growth. With that in mind, we also want to provide links to other resources that members of our community may find useful.

– Each section below includes relevant links to helpful resources –

Albuquerque is the the state’s largest metropolitan area with over half a million people & as such has an overall guide for a variety of resources: Albuquerque Coordinated Resource Guide

If you have a relevant New Mexico based resource you would like us to share, please Contact Us.



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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Protect yourself and others from respiratory viruses which commonly cause illness such as flu, COVID-19, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), especially in the fall and winter. There are actions you can take to protect yourself and others. Learn about how to reduce your risk of getting sick from these viruses, and if they are spreading in your community.



New Mexico Department of Health

The New Mexico Department of Health works with their partners to promote health and well-being and improve health outcomes for all people in New Mexico.



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The New Mexico Commission for Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Providing effective leadership, education, advocacy, and programs to reduce barriers to the social, economic, educational, cultural, and intellectual well-being of Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind New Mexicans and their families, friends, and colleagues.


New Mexico Commission for the Blind

The Mission of the New Mexico Commission for the Blind is to enable persons who are blind to achieve vocational, economic and social equality by providing career preparation, training in the skills of blindness and above all, promoting and conveying the belief that blindness is not a barrier to successful employment, or to living an independent and meaningful life.

Home Accessibility

Everybody deserves to be free within their homes. Accessibility issues should not force you to relocate, whether you need a new modular ramp to access your front door, wider doors to accommodate wheelchairs, or lowered cabinets to make everyday items within reach, Access Solutions & their partners use decades of home modification experience to help you.


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New Mexico Diabetes Advisory Council

The New Mexico Diabetes Advisory Council represents individuals and groups across New Mexico trying to reduce the burden of diabetes on individuals, families, communities, the health care system, and the state. Their mission is to provide and advocate for culturally sensitive training and support for all people involved in diabetes prevention and management in New Mexico.

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)

The Ehlers-Danlos Society is a global organization dedicated to advancing and accelerating research and education in Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS) and hypermobility spectrum disorders (HSD). Their vision is to create a world in which each person living with the Ehlers-Danlos syndromes and hypermobility spectrum disorders has the right treatment and care at the right time for their specific needs.

Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)

The Mass Cell Disease Society is dedicated to providing multi-faceted support to patients, families and medical professionals in the community and to leading the advancement of knowledge and research in mast cell diseases through education, advocacy and collaboration. Their vision is to transform the lives of patients and families while finding a cure for mast cell diseases.


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Attention Deficit Disorder Association

Attention Deficit Disorder Association is a worldwide inclusive community of supportive ADHD adults who make it possible to thrive with ADHD. ADDA provides a welcoming and safe environment, delivers reliable information, encourages innovative approaches, and models ADHD best practices.


New Mexico Autism Society

New Mexico Autism Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving lives affected by autism by creating connections and empowering everyone in the Autism community with the resources needed to live life fully.



International Dyslexia Association SouthWest

The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) consists of a variety of professionals in partnership with dyslexics and their families.

Dyslexia Institute of Southern New Mexico

A teaching/therapy organization for students who are bright but have an unexpected difficulty with reading and/or math.

International OCD Foundation

The IOCDF provides up-to-date education and resources, strengthens community engagement, delivers quality professional training, and advances groundbreaking research.

OCD Peer Support Group ABQ

This In-Person, Albuquerque based group is open for any adult who identifies as having challenges with OCD and is looking for support from empathetic peers.

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Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico

TRCNM supports transgender, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming communities through direct services, education, and advocacy. These include assistance with physical and mental healthcare, food services, housing, job services, and social workers.


Equality New Mexico

Rebuilding a movement! Equality New Mexico will work toward LGBTQ liberation until queer and trans New Mexicans are represented everywhere decisions are being made.

Pride Guide New Mexico

New Mexico is one of the most Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender-friendly states in the Southwest. Pride Guide NM features gay and lesbian friendly, owned & operated businesses from Albuquerque to Taos, Santa Fe to Silver City, Las Cruces and more!

American Civil Liberties Union – New Mexico

The ACLU-NM is committed to ending racism and other inequities. They are the largest civil liberties organization in the state with thousands of members and are fighting for a future in New Mexico where everyone can enjoy the principles of justice, liberty, belonging and equity in their lived experiences.


New Mexico Interfaith Dialogue

The New Mexico Interfaith Dialogue is dedicated to facilitating respectful understanding of faith traditions through dialogue. They currently focus conversations on the three Abrahamic faiths: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

New Mexico Pagans & Witches

This is a group for all New Mexican Witches, Pagans, Shamans, Druids, or any other denomination of spiritual practitioners. They encourage questions, discussions, sharing your practice, and sharing your experiences. 

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New Mexico Crisis And Access Line
1-855-NMCRISIS (662-7474)
If you or a loved one is experiencing any kind of emotional crisis, mental health or substance use concern, you can find help 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by calling the New Mexico Crisis and Access Line or Peer- to-Peer Warmline.

Substance Abuse and Addiction Help

The New Mexico Department of Public Safety takes an active role in helping New Mexicans overcome addiction. They want to make sure that individuals, families and law enforcement agencies have access to information and support groups and provide resources for alcohol, illicit drug use, and prescription drug addiction help.

New Mexico 5-Actions Program™

The New Mexico 5-Actions Program™ delivers the benefits of a video-based digital health intervention with 24/7 crisis and peer recovery phone/text support. The program is free and is funded by the New Mexico Human Services Department, Behavioral Health Services Division.

National Alliance of Mental Illness New Mexico

Mental illnesses are brain disorders that are biologically based medical problems. Untreated, they can cause severe disturbances in thinking, feeling, and relating. This results in a substantially diminished capacity for dealing with the ordinary demands of life. Mental illness can affect persons of any age and occur in any family. They are not caused by bad parenting and not evidence of weakness of character. NAMI-NM is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education, and advocacy.

Trauma and PTSD

Find the nearest Trauma and PTSD treatment centers located in New Mexico.



Depression and Suicide

The New Mexico 988 Lifeline offers free, confidential support to people who are experiencing any emotional, mental, behavioral, suicidal, or substance use concern 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Formerly known as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, the National 988 Lifeline consists of a network of over 200 local crisis centers that combine local care and resources with national standards and best practices. To access the line call or text 988 from anywhere within the United States, or initiate a chat online at

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Human Services Department Supportive Housing

Supportive Housing and housing assistance programs help New Mexicans secure and maintain affordable housing. Through supportive housing, subsidies are often available in which the tenant holds an individual apartment lease.

New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority

The New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority helps strengthen New Mexico families and communities by creating quality, safe homes that people can afford.

New Mexico Association of Food Banks

In a unified voice, the New Mexico Association of Food Banks brings together the expertise and leadership of food banking and nonprofit professionals from across the state. Food bank leaders share information, establish best practices, and leverage resources. The collaboration of member food banks ensures effective and efficient organizational practices.


Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program

LIHEAP assists eligible persons and families with their heating and cooling costs.

Connect New Mexico

Working to support universal broadband with Internet access for all that is available, reliable, affordable and equitable!

New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions

The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions strives to be a leader in improving employment and poverty rates through workforce development, enhanced services for employers, and ensuring fair labor practices and workforce protections for New Mexicans.


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