Serving Las Cruces with Open Arms Since 1990
Amador Health Center provides warm, welcoming, and unwavering care to our entire Las Cruces community, including dedicated support for our homeless, LGBTQ+, and immigrant populations.
Community care should never be conditional.
Here at Amador Health Center, we believe that every person has the right to be seen and treated, regardless of insurance coverage, criminal background, immigration status, sexual orientation, drug use, or ability to pay. By staying true to this core belief, our Las Cruces health center has enabled countless residents to find the care they need to build a stronger life. If you’re in need of medical care, behavioral health care, drug or alcohol recovery, or are just looking for a network of support, Amador Health Center’s doors are open to you.
Our community health center’s “no person turned away” philosophy protects the homeless, LGBTQ+, immigrant, drug-dependent, and indigent communities.
Our health center offers comprehensive care for all, with medical care for all adults and children, behavioral health services, telehealth psychiatry, and harm reduction care services.
With weekly events, long-term programs, and volunteer opportunities, our health center functions as both a care clinic and a community hub for all.
LEND A HAND
JOIN THE CAUSE
Our work would not be possible without the heroic volunteers who comprise our medical team, office, and board. Join the team to make a difference.
Amador Health Center’s community health center exists through the help of government grants and community donations. Give now to keep the wellness going.
New face, same mission
Amador Health Center is the new name and face of St. Luke’s Health Care Clinic, which had its humble beginnings in 1990 with Dr. Stanislaus Ting. From our initial origins, our dreams evolved to become the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH) campus in 1994, with five non-profit centers, including our Las Cruces health center, calling it home. Today, we are Amador Health Center, a comprehensive community health center that welcomes all people, regardless of background or capability. We wouldn’t be us without you—thank you for the years of support and encouragement.
YOUR HEALTHCARE HOME
Our community health center tackles pediatric care, Medicaid enrollment, sports physicals, substance abuse, therapeutic counseling and diagnosis, recovery support, syringe exchange, HIV/Hep C testing, Acu detox, and more.
If your health needs are physical in nature, Amador’s clinical specialists are on standby for support.
Recovery Support Services
Amador offers addiction management and support, including counseling, Medication Assisted Treatment, syringe exchange, and Narcan® distribution.
Our team treats the whole person; body, mind, and spirit, with mental health care, recovery/relapse support, and beyond.
Our care is unconditional, with support for everyone, including undocumented immigrants, people experiencing homelessness, and LGBTQ+ individuals.
COME SEE US TODAY
If you identify with our services, philosophies, or objectives, stop by Amador Health Center, or contact us with questions.
Our Las Cruces community health center has enabled countless community members to find the strength they need to move forward. At the end of the day, our goal is to better educate, inform, and treat all who come through our doors, building a brighter future for all.
We are located on the Community of Hope campus which is at:
999 W Amador Ave., Las Cruces, NM 88005
The Main Clinic is in Suite A and the Amador Recovery Project is located in the same building in Suite D.
Ample parking is available and Roadrunner Transit routes 6 and 7 have stops nearby.
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Closed Saturdays and Sundays
Our office will be closed in observance of holidays on the following dates in 2023:
January 1st, April 7th, May 29th, July 4rd, September 4th, November 23-24th, and December 25th.
Notice to Patients
This clinic serves all patients regardless of their inability to pay. Sliding-fee scales are offered for essential services based on family size and income. For more information, please call, or ask the front desk.