Injury Prevention Program
Mental Health Reports
The Mental Health Reports for New Mexico present 17 county-level indicators of mental health developed by staff of the Epidemiology & Response Division’s Injury and Behavioral Epidemiology Bureau in collaboration with the Community Health Assessment Program at the New Mexico Department of Health.
The indicators are derived from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, the Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics data, the Emergency Department Data, the Hospital Inpatient Discharge Data, and the Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey Program. The indicators describe the population prevalence of mental disorders, self harm, and suicidal behavior.
- Burning Truths about Holiday Safety (July 2, 2014)
- Steps to Prevent Traumatic Brain Injuries (March 31, 2014)
- Saving Seniors From the Fall (January 29, 2014)
- Pedestrian and Pedal Cycle Deaths and Injuries (Newsletter)
- Fall-Related Deaths and Injuries Among Older Adults in NM (Newsletter)
- Sports and Recreation-related Traumatic Brain Injuries among New Mexico Residents Aged 0 to 19 Years (Injury Prevention)
- Unintentional Fall-Related Injuries Among Older Adults in New Mexico 2014 (Injury Prevention)
- Consumer Product Safety Commission
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
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