It's our goal to make sure you can find the information you're looking for. That's why we provide several different ways for you to find information on our website. Please continue reading for guidance on some of the best ways to use our site.
We have several comprehensive list pages which eliminate the need to navigate through our website heirarchy. These include All Topics, All Publications, All Health Data, All Resources, and All News Articles.
If you're stuck, try typing what you're looking for in the Keyword Search box in the top right hand corner of every page. You'll be offered a list of content that we think is relevant to your search.
The large number of results this provides can sometimes be overwhelming. Please take a look at our Guide to Using Search Engine Operators publication to learn how to reduce the number of search results you're getting.
You may also visit the About Us section to navigate through our organizational structure of divisions, bureaus, and programs. People whom are already familiar with our department sometimes find this method of navigation easier than the rest.
Frequently Asked Questions
Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions page to find answers to some of the most common questions we receive. We also provide
If you still can't find what you're looking for, please feel free to call us at our 505-827-2613 number and we'll route you through to the appropriate people who can help.