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Alamogordo, NM - 88310
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Helping Hearts Transitional Living Communities of New Mexico

Helping Hearts Transitional Living Communities of New Mexico provide housing for female parolees and ex-inmates as well as homeless women,and try to find them employment locally.
This is a rural/farm environment where the women can live in a retreat type arrangement if they wish.



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  • User   2017-11-14 06:01:04

    Deplorable living situation. It's not a retreat. I wasn't homeless nor an ex in mate or on parole. No running hot water. They heat water by lighting a fire and claim it goes to all RV's or you need to use the community bldg shower. Wrong. I haven't been able to take a warm shower yet. There are mice in my RV. My toilet tank is full and the owner hasn't drained it yet. One female does meth and has lived here for about three years. The owner has been condensending to me since day one. I was in a DV situation in another state and seen the ad on Craigslist. On that ad it didn't say anything about being a homeless person or ex in mate,etc. And when I spoke with John the owner he didn't mention this either or where it's located, out in the boonies and I don't have a car. I was picked up by a manager from the Greyhound station at a truck stop

  • User   2019-02-07 16:21:28

    For a transitional living community, this place was perfect for me. I came from a homeless shelter with curfews and a long daily list of chores and I had to be breathalized upon entry so coming here with more freedom to get my life together as a responsible adult female was a huge blessing. John has been very accommodating. He picked me up from the Greyhound and has helped me everyday with rides to town for donations. The second day I received tremendous support from a local church offering food, clothing for interviews, towels and pots and pans.

  • User   2019-10-02 07:05:07

    My wife is about to be released from a very intensive halfway house in Texas. I would like to get more info on your program and services. Thank you.

  • User   2021-05-09 18:35:12

    This is not an appropriate child-friendly environment, nor is it safe for adults. Drugs are used on premises, violent altercations occur, there is no security, no safety lighting at night, many ground obstructions, uneven ground surface, residents using the bathroom outside, piles of old clothes laying around, many sharp objects, metal, broken glass. There is no aid with obtaining employment, mgr does not have a working relationship with any local or state police. Please do not recommend this location for anyone. Especially not anyone seeking a sober environment.



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