Community Resources

Community Resources

Ministries We Support

CareNet Pregnancy Center | Phone: 800.880.0882

Eagle’s Wings Youth Ranch | Phone: 847.0062

Joy Junction | Phone: 800.924.0569

Love Inc | Phone: 800.777.5277

Other Places to Find Help

Debt Counseling

Consumer Credit Counseling | Phone: 888.771.4673
Debt Counseling or need assistance improving your financial health. Nonprofit agency. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Crown Financial Ministries

Phone: 314.3470
Assistance with an in-depth evaluation of your income, spending, debt, saving, and giving. Crown’s trained Volunteer Money Map Coaches work with couples and individuals, helping them develop a personal spending plan, apply Biblical principles of stewardship, build a plan to get out of debt, and achieve spiritual and financial freedom. There is no fee for this service. Online coaches available free of charge

7 Web Sites to Visit for Helpful Personal Finance Resources

Credit Repair

Financial & Credit Independence | Phone: 999.1985
The Primary Focus of Financial & Credit Independence (FCI) is to help you obtain knowledge about your personal credit report, acquire up to three lines of credit for reestablishment, properly remove negative accounts and avoid scams from credit repair agencies.

Home Foreclosure

Homeowner’s HOPE Hotline | Phone: 888.995.HOPE
This independent non-profit’s mission is to help homeowners avoid foreclosure. We provides HUD-approved counselors dedicated to helping homeowners.


NM Dept of Workforce Solutions

Main Office: 401 Broadway NE 87102 | Admin: P.O. Box 1928 87103 for local office phone numbers
Helps NM citizens find employment; some assessment tests and training available depending on the need.

Free Meals


Albuquerque Indian Center

105 Texas SE 87108 | Phone: 268.4418
Mail drop, phone number and message board

Albuquerque Rescue Mission

509 2nd Street SW 87102 | Phone: 242.317

Good Shepherd Center

218 Iron SW 87102 | Phone: 243.2527

Salvation Army Shelter

400 John NE | Admin: 4301 Bryn Mawr NE 87107 | Phone: 242.3112

St. Martin’s Hospitality Center Shelter

1201 Third NW 87102 843.9405 | Admin: P.O. Box 25265 zip 87125 | Phone: 766.6876


City of Albuquerque Senior Meal Sites

Phone: 848.1399
14 locations around the city ages 60 and up – call for sites/info.

First United Methodist

4th and Lead SW 87102 | Admin: P.O.Box 1638 zip 87103 | Phone: 243.5646

Good Shepherd Center

218 Iron SW 87102 | Phone: 243.2527

Holy Family Catholic Church

562 Atrisco Dr SW 87105 | Phone: 842.5426

Noon Day Ministy

101 Broadway NE 87102 | Phone: 247.3611

Restoration Ministries

824 San Mateo SE 87105 | Admin: P.O. Box 23336 zip 87112 | Phone: 255.7579


Albuquerque Rescue Mission

509 2nd Street SW 87102 | Phone: 242.3171

Good Shepherd Center

218 Iron SW 87102 | Phone: 243.2527

Project Share

1515 Yale SE | Admin: P.O. Box 4321 zip 87196 | Phone: 242.5677

Salvation Army Shelter

400 John NE | Admin: 4301 Bryn Mawr NE 87107 | Phone: 242.3112

Day Shelters

Albuquerque Rescue Mission

509 2nd Street SW 87102 | Phone: 242.3171

Noon Day Ministry

101 Broadway NE 87102 | Phone: 247.361

St Martin’s Hospitality Center Shelter

1201 3rd Street NW 87102 843.9405 | Admin: P.O. Box 25265 zip 87125 | Phone: 766.68761
Clothing exchange, mail/message service, telephones, short and long term storage, showers, family services, labor pool, legal aid, traveler’s aid.

Night Shelters

Albuquerque Rescue Mission

509 2nd Street SW 87102 | Phone: 242.3171
Men only

Albuquerque Rescue Mission (State Fairgrounds)

509 2nd Street SW 87102 Nick Gabriel | Phone: 839.1361
Men only, access by van only, meet at ARM 509 Second Street or call for pick-up, breathalyzer test required.

Barrett House

10300 Constitution Ave NE 87112 | Phone: 243.4887
Emergency shelter for homeless women and children; maximum stay up to 3 weeks, basic necessities of food and shelter, comprehensive case management.

Bunk House

1019 2nd Street SW87102 | Phone: 842.8314
Men only, $5.00 per night, bunks, TV in living room, kitchen access, shower, near Street News office, free clothes and Street News.

Good Shepherd Center

218 Iron SW 87102 | Phone: 243.2527
Men only

Haven of Love

4025 Isleta Blvd SW 87105 | Phone: 873.3771
Men only

Interfaith Hospitality Network

2801 Lomas Blvd NE B-4 87106 | Phone: 268.0331
Very small shelter only handles 3 families at a time; family can be stay for up to 3 months; at least 1 child must be part of the family.

Joy Junction

4500 2nd SW 800.924.0569 | Admin: P.O. Box 27693 zip 87125 | Phone: 877.6967
24 hour admission, van pick-up, families and women.

Salvation Army Shelter

400 John NE | Admin: 4301 Bryn Mawr NE 87107 | Phone: 242.3112
Single women only – no families, clothing vouchers, counseling.

St Martin’s Hospitality Center Shelter

1201 3rd Street NW 843.9405 | Admin: P.O. Box 25265 zip 87125 | Phone: 766.6876
Showers, snacks, phones, mail/messages, men and women – no children breathalyzer test required.

Teen Shelters & Services


Amistad Runaway Facility

2929 Barcelona Rd SW 87105 | Phone: 877.0371
Ages 13-17, 24 hour facility, 3 meals a day, crisis shelter, no more than 30 days, counseling and family reconciliation.

Muchmore House

305 Laguna Rd SW 87105 | Phone: 877.7318
House program; part of Youth Development Inc – advocacy for teens, peer AIDS counseling.

New Day

Shelter: 123 Rhode Island SE 87108 | Training Center: 3600 Menaul NE 87107 881.5228
Admin: 2720 Carlisle NE 87110 | Phone: 256.0429
Shelter for runaways: 24 hour admission, ages 12-17, meals provided, 4 shelters in ABQ area, outreach program for first offenders, DUI, drug and alcohol counseling, Americorps tutoring with Rio Grande High School, family preservation.


215 57th NW 87105 | Phone: 836.1040
Ages 13-18, group home.

Transitional Living Center

4605 Gibson SE 87108 | Phone: 265.6799
Wait list admission. Ages 17-21, shelter only.


Hogares Inc.

1218 Griegos Rd NW 87107 | Phone: 345.8471
Ages 13-18, adolescent treatment center, outpatient behavioral management, substance abuse treatment.

Job Corps

1500 Indian School Rd NW 87104 | Phone: 842.6500
Outreach, admissions and placement | Phone: 243.0299, 800.992.2992
Ages 16-24, basic education (GED, technical training), room and board, medical and dental care, work clothes, sports and other recreational activities, job placement assistance, driver’s education, Child Development Center also available, residential and non-residential programs.

National Indian Youth Council

318 Elm SE 87102 | Phone: 877.7318
Employment and training services.

Youth Development Inc. (YDI)

6301 Central NW 87105 | Phone: 831.6036 ext. #23
1820 San Pedro Ne #7 87110 | Phone: 232.9015
Counseling, some job placement, childcare and Headstart programs, gang intervention, no fees, some federal criteria (citizenship, low income) required for some programs.

Family Shelters & Services


Barrett House

905 13th Street NW 87102 | Phone: 243.4887
Women and children, meals, transitional housing, case workers, therapist.

Child Support Enforcement Division

Phone: 1.800.288.7207
To assure that assistance in obtaining support (both financial and medical) is available to children through locating parents, establishing paternity and support obligations, and enforcing those obligations.*
*The Child Support Enforcement Program is authorized and defined by statute, Title IV-D of the Social Security Act. The purpose and the mission of the Program are derived from the Act.

Joy Junction

4500 2nd SW 800.924.0569 | Admin: P.O. Box 27693 Zip 87125 | Phone: 877.6967
24 hour admission, van pick-up, families and women.

Maria Amaden Shelter

P.O. Box 12786 zip 87195 | Phone: 843.6899
Abortion alternative; mothers may stay up to 2 weeks after their baby is born, GED programs, housing assistance.


6001 Marble NE Ste 14 87110 | Phone: 232.8299
Phones answered 24 hours a day, legal advocacy for domestic violence against women and children of Native American descent.

Proyecto La Luz Transitional Housing

Catholic Charities

2010 Bridge Blvd SW 87105 | Phone: 247.0442
For homeless women with children; provides a coordinated system of services to successfully transition to permanent housing; subsidized housing for up to 18 months; case management, child care assistance, early childhood and parent skills training, basic life skills, pre-vocational and employment training.

Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence
Women’s Community Association

P.O. Box 25363 87125 | Phone: 247.4219, 800.773.3645
24 hours shelter from domestic violence; support groups, children’s program, in-house substance abuse program, community education training, family counseling program.

Services: Family Health

Child Life Department Presbyterian Hospital

1100 Central SE 87106 | Admin: P.O. Box 26666 zip 87125 | Phone: 841.1608, 841.1264, 823.8855
Outpatient early intervention for pregnant women and children up to 3 yrs old; speech, physical and occupational therapy, developmental assessments and medical exams; accepts medicaid.

Children’s Outreach
Health Care for the Homeless

410 6th Street SW 87102 | Phone: 242.2622
Interdisciplinary team focuses on the needs of homeless children and their families; medical and social work services provided at local shelters for families and teens.

Children’s Psychiatric Hospital (CPH) UNM

1001 Yale NE | Phone: 272.2890
Inpatient, RTC and partial hospital services for children aged 4 to 17 including diagnosis, assessment, individual and family therapy.

Emergency Medical Department
UNM Health Sciences Center

ACC 4-W zip 87131 | Phone: 272.5062
Acute health care, child abuse assessments.

Pediatrics Department
UNM Hospital

ACC 3-West 2211 Lomas NE 87106 | Phone: 272.2345
Pediatric care and follow-up, evaluation for physical and sexual abuse, preschool and infant evaluation, special baby clinic, Los Pasos Program.

UNM Center for Adolescent and Family Research

2650 Yale SE 87106 | Phone: 842.8932 or 277.7493
Free counseling and treatment for families with youth at risk (drugs and alcohol problems)

UNM Maternity and Infant Care Program
UNM Health Sciences Center

Admin: Carlmount Plaza Zip 87131 | Phone: 272.9281
Neighborhood clinics accessible by public transportation, offering quality medical care, social and nutritional services for all pregnant women and infants; English and Spanish spoken at each clinic.

UNM Mental Health Center
Programs for Children and Adolescents

2600 Marble NE 87131 | Phone: 843.2930 for urgent evaluation or intake appt.
Urgent mental health evaluation and brief therapy intervention; individual, family and group therapy, case management, intensive home based therapy, psycho-pharmacology clinic and referrals; Medicaid, insurance, sliding fee scale; U.S. citizenship not required.

UNM School Based Health Center

2400 Tucker NE 87131 | Family Practice 3rd Floor | Phone: 277.0457
Provides curricula, direct primary care services, prenatal and parenting support groups in 6 schools including 3 high schools.

Young Children’s Health Center

306-A San Pablo SE 87108 | Phone: 272.9242
Primary health care by pediatricians to young children and their families in the southeast heights area; children up to age 18 and their families in the 87108 zip code are eligible; $5.00 charge for self-paying clients, Medicaid, HMO and UNM Hospital Partners in Health accepted.

Services: Child Care

Albuquerque Health Education and Daycare (AHEAD)

Catholic Social Services of Albuquerque
1410 Coal SW 87104 2010 Bridge SW 87104 | Phone: 247.0442 or 842.0837
For low income, single teen parents and homeless families; licensed full time child care services for children 6 weeks to 3 yrs old; parent education, support groups, transportation, life skills; participants must be enrolled in school, involved in a job training program, or working full or part time in order to be eligible.

Barelas Child Care

Phone: 764.1738
Child Care

Cuidando Los Ninos Day Care Center

Admin: P.O. Box 12786 zip 87195 | Phone: 843.6899
Licensed child care and support services for homeless children and their families, ages 6 weeks to 5 yrs old are accepted.

Family Education Program

Catholic Charities

1202 Pennsylvania NE 87110 | 2010 Bridge Blvd SW 87105 | Phone: 724.4658
English as a second language, GED preparation skills, U.S. citizenship preparation classes, children’s learning center (daycare).

Headstart La Mariposa

801 Mountain Rd NE 87102 | Phone: 244.3331
Heights Mountain Center 2520 Virginia NE 87110 | Phone: 291.9394
Preschool and parent-child center; parents must be working for full day eligibility; comprehensive children’s health care also provided; children up to 5 yrs old; must meet low income eligibility requirements.

Martineztown House of Neighborly Service

801 Mountain Rd NE 87102 (temporary) 808 Edith Blvd NE 87102 | Phone: 848.1395
Outreach program for adults providing emergency food, children’s day care and senior center for low income families.

Parent and Child Development Centers
Office of Child Development

1700 4th Street SW 87102 | Phone: 764.1738
Full day, year round preschool, daycare, and early childhood development programs for toilet-trained children ages 3-5 whose parents are working or in school; must meet income guidelines to qualify; fees bases on sliding scale; 9 centers across NM.

Tres Manos Child Development Center

823 Buena Vista SE 87106 | Phone: 848.1310
Low cost (sliding fee scale based on income), licensed child care for CNM students; applicants must be NM residents enrolled at least half time (6 credit hours or more) or be attending at least 2 hours of Adult Basic Education classes a day and must meet income eligibility requirements; participating children must be between 3 – 5 yrs old.

YMCA of Albuquerque

1100 San Mateo NE #P10 87110 | Phone: 881.4787 call for nearest location.
Preschool child care for 2 ½ to 5 yrs old, kindergarten care, before and after school program up to 12 yrs oldat many locations throughout Albuquerque and on site at 7 schools; transportation to 10 elementary schools; activities include arts and crafts, field trips, swimming, indoor and outdoorrecreation and sports.


1100 Eubank NE Ste A 87112 | Phone: 332.2273, 292.2908
Child care resource and referral; describes different types of available child care, costs, how to recognize quality child care, questions to ask providers, governmental assistance, licensing regulations and checklists to help parents make informed decisions; parent resource center with books, magazines and cassettes for parents to borrow; parent/child care events, trainings, workshop calendar.

Services: Food

Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNE)

Bernalillo County Extension Service
1510 Menaul NW 87107 | Phone: 899.3921, 764.8878, 873.1801, 836.3261, 243.1386
Food and nutrition education training for limited resource families with children; family nutrition education, money and food stamp management, food safety, and food preparation and hygiene are covered; paraprofessionals conduct group meetings or one-on-one home visits; must be low income.

Family Nutrition Bureau

2329 Wisconsin NE Ste B 87110 | Phone: 841.9424
Sponsors summer food/lunch programs and education and training for children’s nutrition.

Food Pantries
State Wide Listing.
Various food pantries and services.

Share Colorado
Various locations in New Mexico.
Food-co-op; packaged fresh and frozen foods for about half of grocery store costs; pay by cash or check in person or mail, credit card on-line; food stamps accepted.

Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

Phone: 800.280.1618
NM resident; must be a pregnant, breastfeeding, or postpartum woman, or a child under age 5 (parents, step-parents, guardians, and foster parents of infants and children under 5 can apply for their children), be at nutritional risk and meet income guidelines; WIC provides nutrition education, information on breastfeeding and referrals to health and social programs; U.S. citizenship not required.

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)

Phone: 800.280.1618
Provides USDA commodity foods to supplement the diets of lower income infants, children up to age 6; pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women (parents, step-parents, guardians, and foster parents of infants and children under 6 can apply for their children) and persons 60 years of age or over; provides program participants with nutrition education and referrals to appropriate health and social service agencies.

Services: Home Repairs/Furnishings

Love INC of South Albuquerque

P.O. Box 93396 87199-3396 | Phone: 255.LOVE (5683)
Provides free home repair assessments and services, free home furnishings and appliances.

Services: Fathers

Dads Against Discrimination

12301 Manitoba NE 87111 | Phone: 299.COPE, 299.2673
Information on counseling services, joint custody, Child support, time-sharing and related support issues, paralegal services, long-term goals, strategy and tactical planning and control of litigation cost.

Father and Family Center

3214 Purdue Pl NE 87106 | Phone: 266.9233
Community education concerning fathers and children and men’s issues; individual, family, couple and group psychotherapy.

Services: Activities

Boy Scouts of America

5841 Office Blvd NE 87109 | Phone: 345.8603
Programs which instill values in young people and prepare them to make ethical choices; conducts aggressive campaigns to combat child abuse, drug abuse, hunger, illiteracy and youth unemployment; special emphasis programs promote family living and scounting for children with disabilities.

Camp Fire Boys and Girls

1613 University NE 87102 | Phone: 842.8787
Before and after school and kindergarten programs; intersession adventures in year round school and summer day camps; includes arts and crafts, games, sports, music, drama, science, nature, cooking, community service projects.

Chaparral Girl Scout Council

500 Tijeras NW 87102 | Phone: 243.9581
Provides fun and friendship through a program in troops and camps for girls K-12 under the guidance of volunteer adult leaders.

Cultural and Recreational Services Dept

400 Marquette Ave NW 87102 | Phone: 768.3550
Pools, museums, parks, summer program information.

Explora Science Center Albuquerque Children’s Museum

40 First Plaza NW 87102 | Phone: 842.6188
Educational and fun programs for children and families.

YMCA of Albuquerque

1100 San Mateo NE #P10 87110 | Phone: 881.4787 call for nearest location.
Preschool child care for 2 ½ to 5 yrs old, kindergarten care, before and after school program up to 12 yrs old at many locations throughout Albuquerque and on site at 7 schools; transportation to 10 elementary schools; activities include arts and crafts, field trips, swimming, indoor and outdoor recreation and sports.

Services: School Preparation

Albuquerque Public Schools Student Support Services

120 Woodland NW 87107 | Phone: 342.7201, 342.7202, 342.7219
Helps homeless children enroll in school; also school counseling, clinics, drug rehabilitation information for students.

Albuquerque Public Schools School Social Workers

Aztec Complex: 2611 Eubank NE 87112 | Phone: 298.6752
Washington Middle School: Phone: 764.2000
Family services which facilitate education and provide support and counseling to families.

Albuquerque Public Schools
Homeless Projects Office, APS Resource Center

220 Monroe SE 87108 | Phone: 256.4280 or 256.4249
Helps homeless children enroll in school by developing an educational plan for each child, identifying health needs and providing certain clothing and school supplies on a selected need basis; also operates children’s literacy programs in shelters.


2611 Eubank NE 87112 | Phone: 293.0789
Developmental screening for children up to 5 yrs old; speech, occupational therapy or preschool services for children with significant delays.

Services: Parenting Support

Alta Mira Specialized Family Services

1605 Carlisle NE 87110 | Phone: 262.0801 ext 39
Services for families who have children or adults with a developmental disability, developmental delay or who are at risk for developmental delay; includes short-term care by trained individuals to give families a break from caring for their special needs individual; early intervention help for a child who is delayed or at risk for delays and help transitioning to public schools.

Baby Amigo and Escuelita Alegre
UNM Family Development Program

212 Onate Hall UNM 87131 | Phone: 277.3469
Home visits to parents of infants up to 3 yrs old; preschool and parent support.


Phone: 800.552.8195
Information and referral for pregnant women and families with small children.

Building Blocks Parentcraft

1503 University NE 87102 | Phone: 243.2551
Support groups and parenting classes for single parents, teens parents and grandparents.

Care Net Pregnancy Center of Albuquerque

10200 Menaul Blvd NE Ste 225 87112
Satellite offices in the East Mountains, Rio Rancho, Valencia County and the South Valley 24-hour helpline: | Phone: 880.0882 Admin: | Phone: 880.8373
Free pregnancy tests, limited ultrasound, parenting education, peer counseling and mentoring in conjunction with clothing closets that provide maternity clothes, baby clothes through age 2, formula, diapers etc.

Families in Partnership

2200 University Blvd NE 87106 | Phone: 764.1528
Comprehensive services for eligible families with a pregnant mother or infant under age 1; parenting programs, weekly visits; overall goal is self-sufficiency; to qualify families must attend a recruitment meeting and be below federal poverty guidelines.

Highland Human Services Collaborative Programs
for Children & Adolescents UNM

Van Buren Middle School 700 Louisiana SE 87108 | Phone: 255.9467, 255.9091
Individual counseling and family therapy for students and families of Emerson Elementary, Van Buren Middle, Wilson Middle and Highland High Schools; parent-teen mediation, income support services, parent support groups, psychiatric consultations and referrals; insurance, Medicaid or sliding fee scale; U.S. citizenship not required.

Methodist Children’s Home

7920 Mountain Rd NE 87110 | Phone: 255.8740
Family preservation program; provides free counseling, parent training, referrals.

New Futures School

5400 Cutler Ave NE 87110 | Phone: 883.5680
Programs for teen parents; prenatal medical care, instruction, experience and parenting support; instructional programs include language, math, science, history, home economics, pre-employment education, child development, parenting, physical education, health, economics, art, government, GED,ESL and special education classes available.

Parent/Teen Mediation
NM Center for Dispute Resolution

800 Park Ave SW 87102 | Phone: 247.0571
Mediation for parents and teens 10-18 yrs old to resolve conflicts; Spanish speaking intake and mediation available; no fee; U.S. citizenship not required; mediation training available through the center and at schools.

Parents for Behaviorally Different Children

5905 Marble NE Ste 8 87111 | Phone: 265.0430
Support groups, training, information, referral and lending library; individual advocacy to help parents access services in public schools, mental health and other areas.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Family Center

1101 Lopez Rd SW 87105 | Phone: 877.7060
Parenting education for families with functional limitations (mental illness or substance abuse); infants up to 5 yrs old; U.S. citizenship not required.

Shelters Casa Noreste

4101 Frontage Rd NE 87107 | Phone: 345.1416
Health and AIDS classes, outreach services, gang intervention, family preservation; A component of Youth Development Inc.; currently Medicaid funded.

Single Parent Support Group
The Neutral Corner

529-B Jefferson NE 87108 | Phone: 255.0007

St Martin’s Hospitality Center Shelter

1201 3rd Street NW 87102
Family Case Management | Phone: 764-8231
Admin: P.O. Box 25265 zip 87125 | Phone: 766.6876
Family case management.

Teen Parent Services
NM Children, Youth and Families Dept

300 San Mateo NE Ste 602 zip 87108 | Phone: 841.2973
Assists pregnant and parenting teens to complete their education, learn life skills and become financially self-supporting; coordinates support services programs and facilitates cooperative efforts between federal, state and local agencies in developing community based programs for teen parents; TPS assists communities in developing multi-generational residences housing seniors and young mothers and community based programs to benefit both groups.

Teen Parenting Skills Project
Bernalillo County Juvenile Detention Center

5100 2nd Street NW 87107 | Phone: 761.6000
Provides skills and support for incarcerated teens including: parenting, community resources, support, education, birthing, family dynamics, domestic violence prevention, child abuse and referrals.

Tough Love Parent Support Group
Albuquerque Chapter

Phone: 299.9491
Self-help program for parents troubled by teen-age behavior.

Government Aid

Albuquerque Housing Services

1840 University Blvd. SE 764.3920 | Phone: 764.3900
Albuquerque Housing Services (AHS), is a division of the City of Albuquerque’s Department of Family and Community Services. AHS provides housing assistance to low income citizens.

Income Support Division & LIHEAP
(Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program)

NW Bernalillo | Phone: 841.7700
Southeast| Phone: 841.2600
Southwest | Phone: 841.2300
Medicaid, food stamps. LIHEAP is for people in need it is a one time annual check that they do not have to pay back which can help keep the heat on.

NM Telephone Assistance Plan (Qwest)

Phone: 800.244.1111
Must meet income guidelines.

Section 8 Housing (HUD)

Phone: 800.955.2232
A federal housing program which provides housing assistance to low-income renters and homeowners.

Social Security

Phone: 800.772.1213
Retirement benefits, Disability benefits, Survivor benefits, Widow’s benefits.

Financial Advisors

Kingdom Advisors
Licensed professionals trained in biblical money management; includes attorneys, accountants, financial planners, investment advisors, insurance agents.

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Natalie Mead, or Michele Doyle,

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