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ABQ CSL is offering a new resource during this time of "social distancing" to keep us connected to each other and the One. Join us Wednesday evenings at 6:30 for prayer and meditation. You can either call in using any kind of phone or you can log in from a smart phone or computer and participate via video chat.

Click to join the video/audio meeting:  
Video Call  

To participate via voice/audio only, call (301) 715-8592. 

Use Meeting ID 588 071 2665

"See" you soon!

  • Have a prayer request?
  • Need someone to hold space for your greatest good?
  • Wish someone could help you connect with the truth of who you are?
  • Searching for ways to stay grounded?
  • Need help getting groceries?
  • Having difficulty finding a community or Healthcare resource?
  • Not sure where to go for cash assistance?

Email to get connected with a Practitioner (RScP) who can offer affirmative prayer and refer you to get the support you seek.
$$$    IN A BIND?    $$$  Good thing you're connected.
ABQ CSL community members may be eligible for cash assistance.  Apply here
You are a Resource too!
We all are resources.  We all are Source.  When we are sustained by each other, we can each do more. 

Sustain the work we're doing by clicking I AM SOURCE below.  Give more so we can do more!

I am Source
You are invited!  Anyone can join.  You have a place to Be.

Stay connected even when you have to step away from social media.

ABQ CSL is launching an online community forum on our website .  This resource is a place to go without experiencing social media overwhelm.  It's a safe place (yes, moderated) where people will be a source of support, spiritual uplift, connection, inspiration, transformation, light, love, hope, humor for each other.  It's a place to keep growing, and keep knowing.  We are One.  Even when we're apart. 

Watch your email inbox and Facebook feed over the next few days as we launch new ways to fly in the light with one another. 
A list of links and contacts that may be helpful to you or people you know.
19 Preparations for Medically Complex Families
Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)
Center for Disease Control (CDC) Information

Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Information 
CMS COVID-19 Disaster Response Toolkit
Child Care Information
CMS Current Emergencies
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that all elective surgeries, non-essential medical, surgical, and dental procedures be delayed during the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Please continue to check CMS Current emergencies website:

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Service 
COVID-19 Video for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Food Distribution
For school children – information by district: 
Healthcare Supply of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
To apply for unemployment insurance:
If you do not have internet access, call 1-877-664-6984. Expect a lengthy wait. Unemployment Insurance Fact Sheets in Spanish and English.
Long Term Care Ombudsman
If you are worried about a loved one in a facility or worried about communicating with him or her, call 1-866-451- 2901.
Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19
New Mexico Crisis and Access Line (for emotional, mental health, or substance abuse crisis) 1-855-662-7474
New Mexico Department of Health Resource Information
Corona Virus Updates and Frequently Asked Questions: Coronavirus Health 
Hotline: 1-855-600-3453 Coronavirus
Information Hotline: 1-833-551-0518
New Mexico State University Information and Resources
Plain Language Booklet on Coronavirus (Self Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center) 
Plain Language Resources
COVID-19 Explanation: Plain Language Video and Captioned from Oregon
Prescription Medication
If you can’t leave your home and need prescription medication:
➢    Albuquerque – 505-768-2084
➢    Outside of Albuquerque – 1-866-699-4927
➢    Navajo Nation – 928-871-6868
➢    Another tribal area or Pueblo – 505-629-8544
Press Releases from Governor Lujan-Grisham
Public Education Department Information/Resources 
Information line for PED: 505-827-4296
Self-Isolation Recommendations
Senior & Disabled Adults Food Access Hotline: 1-800-432-2080

Spanish Plain Language Booklet on Coronavirus Self Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center 

State of New Mexico Services Affected by COVID-19

State of New Mexico Website for Up-To-Date COVID-19 Information

Testing Sites for COVID-19 in State of New Mexico as of 3/18/2020
Only people who have symptoms of COVID-19 should go to these sites and are advised to call the 
Coronavirus Hotline first at 1-855-600-3453
➢    Presbyterian Downtown – 505-841-1233
➢    Presbyterian Espanola – 505-753-7111
➢    Christus St. Vincent – 506-983-3361
➢    Holy Cross Hospital – 575-758-8883
➢    San Juan Regional Medical Center – 505-609-2000
➢    Gallup Indian Medical Center – 505-722-1000
Department of Health is working to set up additional test sites in the following areas:
➢    Roswell
➢    Las Vegas
➢    possibly Taos
➢    Las Cruces
Tips for Social Distancing

U.S. Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loans in Response to the Coronavirus
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (UNM HSC) Information and Resources 
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