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In order for New Mexico to retire its “Red to Green” framework and many of the COIVD-Safe Practices by July 1, 60% of eligible New Mexicans will need to complete their vaccine series by June 17. Time is running out, and we need your help to ensure we meet our July 1 target on time. How can you help?
Honored as a Stepping Up Innovator County
Bernalillo County has been recognized by the National Association of Counties as an innovator in the ‘Stepping Up Initia…
The Bernalillo County Behavioral Health Services Department announces the deployment of its newest Behavioral Health Initiative program, community engagement teams. Community engagement teams (CET) will help individuals and their families voluntarily cope with the...
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is launching a $250 million telehealth funding program to support healthcare providers responding to COVID-19. Funds will help healthcare providers purchase telecommunications, broadband connectivity, information services...
Bernalillo County, the City of Albuquerque, and the State Behavioral Health Services Division are working collaboratively with Central Desert Behavioral Health Hospital to improve access to behavioral health services for residents who have tested positive for...
To improve behavioral health outcomes in Bernalillo County through innovative, cohesive and measurable programs, treatment services and supports aimed at preventing the incidence of crisis and substance use disorder. The three divisions of the Department of Behavioral Health Services are Behavioral Health, Substance Abuse, and Driving While Intoxicated.