Resources for Health and Social Services
African American Affairs, Office of - The New Mexico Office of African American Affairs enhances the quality of life for African Americans in New Mexico.
Aging and Long-Term Services Department - Dedicated to promoting the independence and dignity of elders and people with traumatic brain inury.
Attorney General's Office - Visit for information on Medicaid fraud reporting, prescription drug pricing, and other consumer protection issues.
Behavioral Health Collaborative Initiative for New Mexico - An initiativeto build a single behavioral health system service delivery system for New Mexico.
Birth/Death Certificates - Information on how to obtain a birth or death certificate from New Mexico Vital Records and Health Statistics.
Blind, Commission for the - The New Mexico Commission for the Blind provides a variety of services enabling blind people to become fully participating, contributing members of society.
Children, Youth and Families Department - Dedicated to enhancing the safety, dignity, and well-being of the children, youth, and families of NM.
Child Support Enforcement Division - Hosted by the Human Services Department. Assists custodial and non-custodial parents by ensuring that their children receive the financial support they deserve.
Crime Victims Reparation Commission - Dedicated to providing a variety of services to victims of crime.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons, Commission for - Creates awareness of, and provides advocacy and ensures equal accessibility for deaf, deaf-blind and hard of hearing persons in New Mexico
Health Policy Commission - Compiles and develops Information about New Mexico health policies, health information systems and health information alliances.
Human Services Department - Serves over 400,000 New Mexicans each month by administering several large state and federally funded programs, including food stamps, Medicaid and child support enforcement.
Income Support Division - Hosted by the Human Services Department. Contains information on various State programs including: The Food Stamp Program; Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); General Assistance; Low Income Home Heating Assistance Program.
Indian Affairs, Department of - Helps to strengthen the government-to-government relationships between State and Tribal Government as well as improving the well-being of Native American Indian people of New Mexico.
Martin Luther King Jr. Commission - Promotes awareness of cultural diversity and human rights through celebration of the values by which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. lived.
Medicaid (Medical Assistance Division) - Offers health insurance for most low- and middle-income children, many elderly and disabled, and poor adults. A part of the Human Services Department.
New Mexico Medical Board - The State agency responsible for licensing and regulating New Mexico's medical doctors (MDs) and physician assistants (PAs).
Medical Investigator, Office of - Investigates unexpected deaths of unknown causes or when the death is the result of violence due to an accident, suicide, or homicide.
Medline Plus - Offers lists of medical services by community.
New Mexico Kids -Offers information about child care resources and that supports child care professionals, parents and health educators.
NMHIVGuide.org - A community-based website offering resources and information about services related to HIV, STDs, viral hepatitis, and harm reduction.
Nursing, NM Board of - Licenses nurses and certifies hemodialysis technicians and medications aides; regulates educational programs for licensees and certificate holders; regulates practice; and takes complaints about and disciplines licensees and certificate holders who violate the law and rules.
Pharmacy, NM Board of- The State agency that regulates pharmacists in New Mexico.
Salud - Medicaid managed care program offered by the Human Services Department.
Veterans Service Commission - Assists veterans and their dependents in receiving federal and state benefits due to veterans as a result of their service to our country.
Women, Commission on the Status of - Provides information, public events, leadership, and services to individuals, agencies, and organizations to increase awareness regarding the concerns of women, to commemorate their contributions and achievements, and to achieve the goals of the agency toward improving the status of women in New Mexico.