Pathway Navigators

EleValle Pathway Navigators work with community members to assess their needs, connect them to resources in the community, and identify systemic issues that affect their health and well-being. 

Navigators also help community members enroll in Medicaid, Medicare and in New Mexico's Health Insurance Exchange.

Navigators work with low-income, uninsured residents in Bernalillo County who may be experiencing: 

  • Homelessness
  • Hunger
  • Limited access to needed healthcare
  • Barriers trying to navigate the system and/or accessing resources as an undocumented and/or limited-English proficient (LEP) immigrant
  • A lack of trust in the currently existing resources in Bernalillo County as an Urban off-reservation Native American
  • Any of the above who are parenting young children

 

EleValle Navigators:

Casa de Salud

  • Kristin Muniz:  505-850-4634  kristin@casadesaludnm.org

Centro Savila

  • Alma Olivas: 505-312-7296  alma@centrosavila.com

 ACCESS

  • Fernando Ortega: 505- 319-3356  fernandoo@accessnm.org

 

EleValle Navigator Completed Pathways*

Issue (Pathway) Resolved
Behavioral Health 115
Child Care 17
Child Support 10
Dental Care 39
Depression 18
Diabetes 11
Disability Income/Appeal 17
Domestic Violence 31
Driver's License/I.D. 23
Education/GED 63
Employment 124
Food Security 151
Heat & Utilities 68
Health Care Home 211
Homelessness Prevention 32
Housing 43
Income Support (ISD) 72
Legal Services 146
Medical Debt 123
Pharmacy/Medications 7
Pregnancy 5
Substance Use/Abuse 25
Transportation 33
Vision & Hearing 100
Total 1484

 

* A pathway begins with an identified problem, includes several action steps to address the problem, and concludes with a meaningful outcome for the community member.

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