New Mexico Department of Health
Our mission is to promote health and wellness, improve health outcomes, and assure safety net services for all people in New Mexico.

Office of School and Adolescent Health

Publications

Photo of the publication cover. School-Based Health Centers Status Report 2015 School and Adolescent Health - Report December 18, 2015

Data presented in this report represents the efforts of the Office of School and Adolescent Health-supported School Based Health Centers in New Mexico.



Photo of the publication cover. School-Based Health Centers Status Report 2011 School and Adolescent Health - Report July 16, 2012

Data presented in this report represents the efforts of the Office of School and Adolescent Health-supported School Based Health Centers in New Mexico.



Photo of the publication cover. School Health Assessment of Bureau of Indian Education Schools 2008 School and Adolescent Health - Report October 1, 2008

American Indian people experience the poorest rankings in nearly all social, health, and economic indicators, despite federal efforts to improve the outcomes among this population. Young people are of particular concern. Although disparities are narrowing, American Indian youth are still far behind. Fifty-seven percent of American Indians graduate from high school, compared to 76 percent of the white population.