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Be Safe

Prevention Information

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For medical emergencies, call 911

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For opioid medication treatment, click here

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How to Use this Map


  1. Filter your search by county or city or both
  2. Select the type of Medication Assisted Treatment Type you are searching for (MAT for pregnancy, MAT for outpatient, MAT for inpatient and MAT for detox)
  3. Click either the red box for MAT Treatment Centers or click on blue box for MAT Telehealth Centers)
  4. To go back to the original map, click the circular arrow icon to refresh the map.

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If you are overwhelmed by life or emotions or seeking help with alcohol or drug use and you don’t know where to turn, 988 is here to listen and get you private one-on-one support from a caring, understanding and non-judgmental counselor to help you through the moment.
No matter the circumstances, don’t wait to get help. Call or text 988. Click here for more 988 New Mexico’s Lifeline. Visit

Treatment Connections is a public website for those in New Mexico seeking Substance Use Disorder and mental health treatment to anonymously search for nearby providers, evaluate the type of care needed and submit confidential online referral requests to appropriate treatment providers.

Medicaid Eligibility

Opioid substance use is a chronic disease, like heart disease or diabetes that can’t be cured, but it can be managed to help a person with opioid substance use regain a healthy life. People can’t just walk away from opioid substance use – they need help.