COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 is a highly infectious and fast spreading virus. Symptoms and their effects can range from mild to severe and in certain cases result in
extreme health complications and death. COVID-19 can also creates stress, depression, and other behavioral health concerns. 

Know that it’s normal to feel sad, overwhelmed, anxious and worried about the effects the COVID virus has on our selves, others, and the world we live in. Everyone reacts differently, and feelings may come and go. We are here to help you cope emotionally with free and confidential mental health support. Take care of your mental, behavioral, and emotional health. Call us at 1-855-NMCRISIS (662-7474) for immediate, in-the-moment emotional support.

New Mexico specific COVID-19 resources can be found at:

  • For non-medial issues (such as questions about the impact of school closures and job issues) call: 1-833-551-0518
  • Being vaccinated is safe and over 90% effective at protecting you from both getting and spreading COVID-19 (coronavirus disease). Schedule a vaccine at
  • For general testing information including where and how to get tested: Call the New Mexico Coronavirus Hotline at 1-855-600-3453 or visit online at

  • Behavioral health services are available to all New Mexicans, no matter your financial status. If you or someone you know is experiencing overwhelming depression, anxiety, or grief, reach out to talk to someone free and confidentially. The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line is available anytime, anywhere. Call us at 1-855-NMCRISIS (662-7474) for immediate, in-the-moment emotional support.

Knowing if you are COVID positive allows you to let others know if they have been exposed, to stay home, and/or seek medical attention. Home tests allow people to act quickly. You can order a free home test via NM DOH has developed a webpage for home testing, as well as a guide for what to do for quarantine and isolation in accordance with COVID positive guidelines  

We are resilient and will get through it together. 

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