This event has been successful over the last seven years of removing over 3.4 million pounds (1,733 tons) of medication from circulation. Dozens of locations in New Mexico are set up as collection sites and will be staffed by state and local police and county sheriff’s departments. The service is free and anonymous.
By signing up on the Donate Life New Mexico Registry you give consent to donate your organs, eyes, and tissue upon death. The Registry allows you to specify your gift of donation. Organ, eye and tissue donation represents a Gift of Life from one individual to another. The New Mexico Donor Registry ensures that those who want to donate can do so.
Feelings add spark to life. They can be both satisfying and upsetting. Feelings try to tell us something, usually about what we need to feel content. Toddlers will tell you what is going on by expressing strong feelings: shrieking for joy or screaming in anger. Toddlers have an uncontrollable desire to find out about themselves and their world.
The Office of Policy and Accountability facilitates a state-wide health assessment of the population of New Mexico. This is a collaborative process for sharing and analyzing data concerning health status, health challenges and potential resources available to address health issues.
Join the hundreds of thousands of moms who receive free text messages throughout their pregnancy and their baby's first year. You'll receive critical health tips timed to where you are in your pregnancy, critical health and safety tips timed to your baby’s age up to baby’s first birthday.
Public Health Offices across New Mexico will close at noon April 18th for seasonal observance. Offices will resume normal business hours on Monday, April 21st « read more »
Remember that old saying, “Big things come in small packages”? It’s all about great things like engagement rings, but it turns out big trouble can come in small packages too. While many New Mexicans are aware how mosquitoes can carry West Nile... « read more »
The New Mexico Office of Border Health, in cooperation with New Mexico Women, Infants and Children (WIC) and the United States Mexico Border Health Commission, will host Spring Into Good Health a Community Health and Resource Fair. The free event br... « read more »
Meeting will be in the auditorium (Room A-1006). Enter the Building using the Northwest entrance, which has push button door openers if needed. The entrance to the auditorium (A-1006) is on the right as you enter the building.
This free event brings together dozens of agencies and community resources to aid residents seeking self-improvement opportunities. Services and information provided at the event include ways to stay active and healthy, cancer prevention, healthy aging, family strengthening, saving energy, cooking & nutrition, expanded Medicaid services, income support and employment assistance. Blood pressure checks and blood glucose testing will be available at no cost.