This is an infographic with data regarding Sexual Violence Among Youth in New Mexico.
This helpful infographic provides information on naloxone in New Mexico in a visual fashion which makes it easy to understand. Highlights include a description of what naloxone is, how much it has helped reduced opioid overdose deaths, how many people are enrolled in naloxone distribution programs, how many naloxone kits were dispensed, and more.
The New Mexico Department of Health – Bureau of Health Emergency Management and the University of New Mexico Center for Disaster Medicine are pleased to present this free conference on Public Health Preparedness.
This flyer gives you general information about our visitation program.
This is a pocket educational card describing how to plan how to respond in the event of an overdose.
This is a pocket card used to show if an individual has been enrolled in the syringe service program.
This is a pocket card used to show if an individual has been enrolled in the syringe service program
This is a pocket educational card describing how to perform Rescue Breathing and use naloxone in the event of an overdose
This is a pocket educational card describing the current 911 Good Samaritan Law as it applies to overdose response.
Lead dust and chips from lead-based paint are the most common source of lead poisoning. As lead-based paint ages, it can deteriorate (chip, crack, peel) because of weathering.
This infographic explains how some imported plastic/vinyl mini-blinds can be lead hazards and provides a checklist to help you determine if you may have a hazard in your home.
This infographic explains how lead is a serious problem for unborn babies and provides simple steps to help minimize the risk of lead in your home.
This poster provides a reference for reporting abuse, neglect & exploitation in licensed health facilities.
This poster provides a reference for reporting abuse, neglect & exploitation in community programs.
New nationally representative public opinion polling. Data presented here are drawn from a national telephone survey conducted for The National Campaign.
This brochure describes the services provided by the Family Planning Program and how to go about getting them.
Growing evidence indicates that people can reduce their risk of cognitive decline by adopting key lifestyle habits. When possible, combine these habits to achieve maximum benefit for the brain and body. Start now. It’s never too late or too early to incorporate healthy habits.
Small changes add up over time: adding just 10 minutes of brisk walking daily, eating more fresh fruits and vegetables, and reducing or eliminating high sugar snacks and sodas can result in weight loss of up to 24 pounds in the course of a year. And for many people, that amount of weight loss can have a significant impact on waist circumference, body mass index, blood glucose levels and blood pressure.
Pamphlet - Doxy Crushing Instructions - Can be used for Reproduction and POD Client Handouts
Single Page Doxy Crushing Instructions - Can be used for Reproduction and POD Client Handouts