Cabinet Secretary's Office
Our constituents may call this number if they are having trouble finding a particular resource. We can help you find what you're looking for and get you to the right place!
Birth & Death Certificate Requests
1-866-534-0051 (Toll Free)
Fast and easy way to request a birth certificate from our Vital Records program.
1-866-681-5872 (Toll Free)
Call to find out where you can be immunized near you. Also please feel free to call if you have any questions at all regarding immunization shots. We will be happy to speak with you!
New Mexico Alliance of Health Councils
A statewide coalition of the state’s 38 county and tribal health councils and their supporters. The Alliance was created in 2010 to support and strengthen the health councils, and to provide a common voice on behalf of community health improvement in New Mexico.
Survey Section & Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Info Line
1-877-325-8226 (Toll Free)
The survey section of the New Mexico Department of Health conducts several surveys on a wide variety of health topics. If you have been contacted by one of our interviewers and would like to verify that it is indeed the New Mexico Department of Health that contacted you, or you would like information about the surveys, please call to speak to the Survey Section Manager Lori Zigich.
Southwest Region Public Health Services
This service allows Southwest region residents to get information about reporting infectious diseases or exposure to biological or chemical agents, obtain clinical and preventative services, women infants and children services, children's medical services, administration, disease prevention, border health issues, health promotion, or licensing and certification.
1-800-QUIT-NOW (Toll Free)
Tobacco users can access free cessation services in multiple languages through this toll free number.
1-855-DEJELO-YA (Toll Free)
Tobacco users can access free cessation services in Spanish through this toll free number.
Aging and Disability Resource Center
1-800-432-2080 (Toll Free)
A family caregiver is anyone who is an informal provider of in-home or community care for a relative or loved one. You may assist with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, eating, and medical tasks. You may run errands, take care of the house, take your loved one to appointments, or coordinate care. Most people, at some point in their lives, become caregivers. There are a variety of supports and services that may be of assistance to you. Putting the pieces together can be a daunting task. Our Aging and Disability Resource Center is a great place to start. We can help you gather information and assess needs, make plans and find support.