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Bezrobocie opanowane w Albuquerque (60)

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Published Caption: Mayor Richard Berry, who spearheaded many of the city's programs addressing homelessness, meets some of his constituents.
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Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry visits the St. Martin's Hospitality Center. Berry has spearheaded many of the efforts to tackle homelessness in the city.
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Dennis Plumber (right), CEO of housing first initiative Heading Home, with James, a client, who baked him a pie as a thank you, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center homeless shelter in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: Angela's daughter can be found at St. Martin's running around the shelter, playing with the other clients or trying on used clothing that has been donated.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center homeless shelter in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center homeless shelter in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: St. Martin's Hospitality Center serves 144,000 meals a year.
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Published Caption: Greg Morris and Vicky Palmer [pictured] run St. Martin's Hospitality Center, which partnered with the city to develop the There's a Better Way program.
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Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry visits the St. Martin's Hospitality Center. Berry has spearheaded many of the efforts to tackle homelessness in the city.
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Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry visits the St. Martin's Hospitality Center. Berry has spearheaded many of the efforts to tackle homelessness in the city.
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Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry visits the St. Martin's Hospitality Center. Berry has spearheaded many of the efforts to tackle homelessness in the city.
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Amber Green and Brendon North in the tent where they have been living, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. They have been homeless for two years.
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Published Caption: Felicia Sanford waits on a street in Albuquerque. She has been homeless for a year.
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Published Caption: Commissioner Debbie O'Malley championed a $17 million sales tax dedicated to mental health.
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James, a beneficiary of housing first initiative Heading Home, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016.
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Published Caption: Dennis Plumber is the CEO of Heading Home, a housing first initiative that identifies the city's 75 most vulnerable residents.
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The Rock at NoonDay homeless shelter, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: Lorenzo Calbert, a veteran of Vietnam.
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The Rock at NoonDay homeless shelter, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: Danny Whatley, director of The Rock day shelter, says a prayer with man diagnosed with cancer.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center homeless shelter in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: Angela Ramirez and her daughter have been homeless for a year, but they hope St. Martin's Hospitality Center can help them find housing in the near future.
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Published Caption: Lisa Huval is the associate director of the New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness, which has helped coordinate efforts statewide.
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Published Caption: Sonja Ward and her dog Porsche.
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Danny Whatley (right), director at The Rock at NoonDay homeless shelter, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016.
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Kitchen crew says a prayer before serving lunch at The Rock at NoonDay homeless shelter, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016.
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The Rock at NoonDay homeless shelter, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: The Rock, a day shelter in Albuquerque, serves lunch.
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Published Caption: Jennifer Metzler is the executive director of Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless, which in 2014 provided services to 7,000 people.
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Published Caption: Mike Torres and his dog Tiny.
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Published Caption: Ilse Biel hugs a former resident of the tent city that grew out of the Occupy New Mexico protest Biel helped lead.
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Published Caption: Elizabeth Osborne and her dog Trouble.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center homeless shelter in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: Angela makes a fashion recommendation for Sean at St. Martin's.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center homeless shelter in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: Angela Ramirez plays at a day shelter.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center homeless shelter in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: Angela's daughter said that she was writing a Christmas card for her grandmother, although she doesn't know where her grandmother lives.
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Angela Ramirez and her daughter, also named Angela, have dinner at St. Martin's Hospitality Center homeless shelter before heading back to the Winter Shelter, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center homeless shelter in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: Angela Ramirez waits in line at St. Martin's Hospitality Center in Albuquerque.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center homeless shelter in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: Angela Ramirez and her 7-year-old daughter, also named Angela, have been homeless in Albuquerque for a year and a half.
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The Albuquerque Winter Shelter, open from November through March, is located in the old, repurposed Westside jail.
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Early morning outside St. Martin's Hospitality Center homeless shelter in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016.
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"There's a Better Way" van initiative offers panhandlers day labor opportunities, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: Will Cole and the Better Way van picks people up and brings them to the day's work site.
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"There's a Better Way" van initiative offers panhandlers day labor opportunities, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: The Better Way van takes people to the day's work site. As of December 9th, the van has provided 1,240 day jobs, connected 193 people with employment agencies, and removed 109,101 pounds of litter.
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"There's a Better Way" van initiative offers panhandlers day labor opportunities, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: The Better Way van takes people to the day's work site. As of December 9th, the van has provided 1,240 day jobs, connected 193 people with employment agencies, and removed 109,101 pounds of litter.
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"There's a Better Way" van initiative offers panhandlers day labor opportunities, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016. Published Caption: The Better Way van takes people to the day's work site. As of December 9th, the van has provided 1,240 day jobs, connected 193 people with employment agencies, and removed 109,101 pounds of litter.
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"There's a Better Way" van initiative offers panhandlers day labor opportunities, landscape beautification and garbage removal, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016.
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"There's a Better Way" van initiative offers panhandlers day labor opportunities, landscape beautification and garbage removal, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016.
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"There's a Better Way" van initiative offers panhandlers day labor opportunities, landscape beautification and garbage removal, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016.
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"There's a Better Way" van initiative offers panhandlers day labor opportunities, in Albuquerque, NM, December 2016.
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Published Caption: Greg Morris [pictured] and Vicky Palmer run St. Martin's Hospitality Center, which partnered with the city to develop the There's a Better Way program.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center outreach helped Richard Tarango and Margaret Santistevan find stable housing. Published Caption: Not long ago, Richard Tarango and Margaret Santistevan had good jobs and were paying off a mortgage for a house. But his mother, who lived with them, began taking the money they earned and gambling with it at the casino. They were no longer able to make mortgage payments and one day the sheriff came and gave them 45 minutes to clear out their personal things. Margaret said that she didn't have time to save everything, including photo albums of her kids before they grew up.
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Richard Tarango receives donated seeds from the manager of a local Walmart to start a community greenhouse. Published Caption: Without a home, the couple lived in their car until it broke down. The outreach team at St. Martin's found them living in a tent six months ago, and gave them an apartment to live in and support money.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center outreach helped Richard Tarango and Margaret Santistevan find stable housing. Published Caption: Richard and Margaret are aiming to become self-sufficient again and would like to own a car and a home.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center outreach helped Richard Tarango and Margaret Santistevan find stable housing. Published Caption: Richard and Margaret's goal is to start selling the jewelry they make at fairs and festivals.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center outreach helped Richard Tarango and Margaret Santistevan find stable housing. Published Caption: Using fallen wood found around Albuquerque, Richard carves and polishes crucifixes he plans to sell.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center outreach helped Richard Tarango and Margaret Santistevan find stable housing. Published Caption: Before things fell apart, Richard was a jewelry-maker for a big company, and now he hopes to make a living selling his own hand-crafted jewelry. The couple's apartment has become both a living and working space.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center outreach helped Richard Tarango and Margaret Santistevan find stable housing. Published Caption: Before moving into their new apartment, Richard and Margaret were participants in the Better Way program, which the mayor of Albuquerque established in 2015.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center outreach helped Richard Tarango and Margaret Santistevan find stable housing. Published Caption: Richard and Margaret continue to live at the aptly-named Phoenix Apartments.
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St. Martin's Hospitality Center outreach helped Richard Tarango and Margaret Santistevan [pictured] find stable housing.
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The Albuquerque Winter Shelter, open from November through March, is located in the old, repurposed Westside jail. Published Caption: The Albuquerque winter shelter runs from November through March.
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The Albuquerque Winter Shelter, open from November through March, is located in the old, repurposed Westside jail. Published Caption: Loucinda Adams, top right, has been homeless for five weeks.
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The Albuquerque Winter Shelter, open from November through March, is located in the old, repurposed Westside jail. Published Caption: Every evening, vans pick up people from designated spots across the city to take them to the winter shelter.
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The Albuquerque Winter Shelter, open from November through March, is located in the old, repurposed Westside jail. Published Caption: Thomas Lenard ... has been homeless for several years.
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The Albuquerque Winter Shelter, open from November through March, is located in the old, repurposed Westside jail. Published Caption: Bobby Ware ... has been homeless for several years.
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The Albuquerque Winter Shelter, open from November through March, is located in the old, repurposed Westside jail. Published Caption: Angela, her daughter and Sean, Angela's boyfriend, spent the night at the city's winter shelter, which is an adapted prison outside of town.
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The Albuquerque Winter Shelter, open from November through March, is located in the old, repurposed Westside jail. Published Caption: The biggest challenge for the shelter is the lack of resources. Housing is always in short supply.
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