National Directory: New Mexico

Welcome to the New Mexico Home Modification and Repair Resources Page! On this State Resources page, you will find resources for consumers and professionals specific to New Mexico, including featured programs, funding sources, home modification and repair providers by city, and educational materials!

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Home Modification Providers by City

This section contains listings of home modification providers in New Mexico. Search by city or keyword.

Albuequerque, NM

Aging in Place

Contact Person: Nora Montoya

Address: 6565 Americas Parkway NE Suite 200, Albuequerque, NM 87110

Email Address:

Phone Number: 505-369-0049

Fax: 505-369-0051


Target Population: 55+

Most Common Modification: Grab bars, Bathroom Remodel, Ramps, Widening of Doors, and Door handles


Contact Person: Eric Peterson

Address: 611 A Osuna Rd. NW., Albuequerque, NM 87113

Email Address:

Phone Number: 505-991-5977

Target Population: All in need of Home Modification

Special Features: CEAC Certified

Belen, NM

Ambercare Home Modification

Contact Person: Eric Lopez

Address: PO Box 1610, Belen, NM 87002

Phone Number: 505-975-8008

Fax: 505-861-5569

Special Features: Certified CEAC

Sante Fe, NM


Contact Person: Anthony Roybal

Address: P.O. Box 4625, Sante Fe, NM 87501

Phone Number: 505-982-4258

Established: 1979

Target Population: Older and disabled low-income persons

No. of Persons Served/Year: 110

No. of Paid Staff: 5

Most Common Modification: Doors and windows, weatherization

Funding Sources: U.S. Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program

Total Budget: $157117

Zuni, NM

Zuni Home Improvement Program

Contact Person: Berrordine Nastacio

Address: PO Box 339, Zuni, NM 87327

Phone Number: 505-782-4683

Fax: 505-782-2266

Target Population: Rehabilitation for homes in community: Railing, ramps, electrical, plumbing, and grab bars

Special Features: Alternate phone: 505-782-5541

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