AARP New Mexico

Working for you right here at home on things that matter to you
AUG 24, 2020
With the November general election just over two months away, AARP New Mexico is launching a comprehensive voter campaign to ensure that people age 50 plus can vote safely -- starting with this special teletown hall featuring Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver
AUG 14, 2020
New Mexico is traditionally under counted in the Census which means less federal money for numerous programs. With the deadline moved up to Sept. 30, time is running out.
AUG 20, 2020
AARP recently announced that three New Mexico organizations are recipients of a 2020 AARP Community Challenge grant. Two of the grantees are in Las Cruces, the South Central Regional Transit District and the Downtown Las Cruces Partnership, while the third grantee, the Embudo Valley Library and Community Center, is in Dixon.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger New Mexico. We hope you’ll join us!
Thinking about filing for Social Security sooner than you expected? It could impact your monthly benefits later. Join us for a free AARP webinar where you’ll learn about the long-term effects of filing early, or how you can claim early and halt benefits if you land a job.
Looking to enroll in Medicare or make changes during open enrollment? Get the answers you need to begin your Medicare journey—or change your plan to one that fits your lifestyle.
This live Q&A event will address how you can stay safe and protected from Coronavirus related scams. Get expert advice and the latest information on vaccines and how to care for loved ones during the pandemic.
 Amanda López Askin, PhD
To help people receive all the information they need to vote safely, the AARP Las Cruces Chapter is having a virtual talk with Doña Ana County Clerk Amanda López Askin and will be taking your questions.
A man walks out of an absentee voting station after voting
All registered New Mexico voters can request a no-excuse absentee ballot
Joseph P. Sanchez
New State Director Has Strong Ties to State
Dr Ethel Percy Andrus
Award Recognizes Volunteers Who Make a Powerful Difference
Residents could pay less for prescription drugs, thanks to two new laws.
AARP is appalled at how the COVID-19 pandemic has ravaged nursing homes and long-term care facilities, accounting for almost 40 percent of deaths attributed to the virus, and is demanding Congress take action to better protect residents and staff.
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