Community Programs and Services

These resource directories offer individuals, families, schools, agencies, and communities information about services throughout New Mexico.

Mental Health, Behavioral Health, and Drug and Alcohol Services


Substance Use Programs and Information

  • If you struggle with substance use or addictive behaviors you can access a new way to help yourself with the New Mexico 5-Actions Program™
  • Information and resources on Opioid addiction can be found at Dose of Reality
  • Utilization of the Connections App helps individuals adhere to their treatment plan, and stay in recovery.


Parents, Children, Youth and Young Adult Services

  • Support and guidance for parents, families, children, youth and young adults can be found through the CYFD Systems of Care programs.


Veterans and Service Members


Seniors, Older Adults, Aging and Long Term Services


Developmental and Intellectual Disability Services

  • Resources related to developmental and intellectual disability services can be found at the NM Finder


Health and Human Services

  • Resources for basic needs, health and human services, government agencies, and community-based organizations provided through connections to local services and resources for free at the United Way 211 of New Mexico
  • Resources from child care to senior services, education to housing and beyond can be found at SHARE New Mexico
  • Resources that promote health and wellness can be found at NewMexico.Gov
  • Information on state resources regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on the NMCAL COVID-19 Resources webpage
  • Information on mental health resources for community members affected by the New Mexico wildfires can be found on the Help is Here NM webpage
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