Policy and Legislative Action Network

DRNM is seeking public input on our priorities.  Join us on August 18th from 1-3 p.m. in Taos, Gallup, or Farmington.

For a flyer and directions to the Taos event, click here.

For a flyer and directions to the Gallup event, click here.

For a flyer and directions to the Farmington even, click here.

 

Behavioral Health Services in New Mexico

Is your child getting all the behavioral health services that he or she is entitled to under Centennial Care?

Has your child been denied or put on a waiting list for:

  • Counseling
  • Outpatient behavioral health and substance abuse services
  • Day treatment services
  • Pharmacy services
  • Comprehensive Community Support Services
  • Case Management services
  • Behavior management services
  • Multi-systemic therapy
  • Treatment in non-accredited residential treatment centers or group homes
  • Family support
  • Hospital inpatient/outpatient services
  • Intensive outpatient services
  • Treatment in an accredited Residential Treatment Center
  • Treatment Foster Care
  • Psychosocial rehabilitation
  • Recovery services

Children and youth under age 21 who receive Centennial Care benefits are entitled to health screenings and the above services, as needed, under federal law. If you need help accessing these services, Disability Rights New Mexico (DRNM) may be able to assist you. Call 1-800-432-4682 or 505-256-3100 to speak with an advocate, or email DRNM at info@drnm.org.