Don’t Be Taken For A Ride

The New Mexico Human Services Department, Behavioral Health Services Division, in collaboration with the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General, is raising awareness through a new campaign titled “Don’t Be Taken For A Ride.” The campaign directs individuals who are approached with promises of food, shelter, treatment, or drugs to call New Mexico’s 988 Lifeline. The campaign aims to provide awareness to consumers, the public, and behavioral health providers. The attached Provider Toolkit addresses these issues and provides information specific to providers, which includes digital flyers, wallet cards, and shareable campaign assets. As a member of our statewide provider network, we encourage you to spread awareness, report suspicious activity or tips by contacting the FBI tip line (505-889-1300), and refer those affected to 988 so that our citizens can receive crisis and health services.

Click HERE for the New Mexico Provider Toolkit.

Know that if you or someone you know needs to access information on treatment resources, or needs someone to talk with about emotional, mental, behavioral, suicide, grief, or substance use concerns, you can engage in immediate support by calling 855-662-7474 or texting 988

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