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Substance Use / Recovery

  • Peer Support: Find information on peer support services at the OPRE website (New Mexico Department of Human Services Office of Peer Recovery and Engagement)
  • Find Naloxone: Visit this interactive map to find pharmacies dispensing Naloxone: https://doseofreality.com/naloxone/.
  • Visit our sister site, Dose of Reality, for substance abuse prevention and treatment toolkits.
  • Listen to Judge Jason Lidyard speak on his experience hiring on peer support workers in the workplace in this video.

PTSD Support

Maternal Depression

Domestic Violence

  • New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence: https://nmcadv.org/
    Established in 1979 and incorporated on May 15, 1981, New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NMCADV) provides support and assistance to domestic violence programs across the state.
  • A.F.E. House New Mexico: https://www.safehousenm.org/
    Our mission is to shelter and empower survivors of intimate partner domestic violence. Our vision is to live together in a community where any form of domestic violence is unacceptable.
  • Domestic Shelters: https://www.domesticshelters.org/help/nm.new-mexico
    There are 31 organizations in New Mexico that provide domestic violence services at some level. A total of 30 organizations have provided complete information about their program to this site for a statewide completion rate of 96%. These programs can be found in 23 different cities.
  • CYFD (Children, Youth, & Families Department): https://cyfd.org/domestic-violence
    CYFD-funded domestic violence service providers help more than 10,500 residents affected each year by domestic violence, including survivors, perpetrators, and their children. CYFD works with 46 non-profit and governmental organizations throughout the state to provide shelter and support services to families and individuals in need.
  • Community Against Violence: https://taoscav.org/
    CAV’s mission is to foster and support a community free from all forms of domestic and sexual violence. CAV offers a 24-Hour Crisis Hotline (575.758.9888) for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. We provide legal and medical advocacy services, counseling and support groups, children’s programs, community prevention and outreach programs, and are able to provide information and resources for those in need.

Depression/Anxiety