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Mesilla Valley Community of Hope, Inc. is incorporated in the State of New Mexico as a Nonprofit Corporation. We are designated as a 501(c)(3) organization by the Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, and are authorized to accepted donations which are tax deductible at fair value for the donor. No goods or services are granted in exchange for donations.
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Mesilla Valley Community of Hope is a service center that addresses homelessness and poverty in Las Cruces and Dona Ana County, New Mexico. The mission is to promote dignity and empowerment among the homeless population by providing case management, disability and income assistance and permanent housing.
MVCH provide a variety of services including, but not limited to: day shelter services, an overnight tent city, intensive case management, housing programs, and assistance with disability applications in a compassionate manner and professional atmosphere that promote and facilitate transitioning out of homelessness and into stable housing for homeless, near-homeless, indigent and disabled clients.
Nearly all of the Community of Hope’s clients are homeless. Others are on the brink of homelessness and face living their lives on the streets in a matter of weeks or even days. A catastrophic medical condition, the loss of a job, the end of a relationship, a domestic violence situation or a lifetime of physical or emotional abuse, substance abuse, poor physical health, or mental health issues are some of the life-altering crises that contribute to homelessness. Combine these causes with a lack of affordable housing and you have the equation for homelessness.
The Community of Hope provides support through a myriad of services to help people get back on their feet and off the streets. In addition, our case managers provide people with referrals to other agencies where they can obtain help, such as the Veteran’s Administration, the Social Security Administration, mental health care providers, and local income support centers.