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Inpatient Treatment Centers

Inpatient or residential treatment centers can be short or long term. Short term treatment center last 30 days or less. Long term treatment last 30 days or greater. This type of care lasts 30 days or less. Typically, services are provided to residents in the form of a 24 hour residential, non-medical, substance free environment to promote recovery. However, some environments provide medical oversight.

NAME AND WEBSITE LINKADDRESSPHONEPRIVATE PAYSTATE FUNDED ASSISTANCE IF CRITERIA METACCEPTS INSURANCEACCEPTS MEDICAIDVOUCHER PROGRAMADOLESCENTS WOMEN, PREGNANT, & THOSE W/ CHILDRENSPANISHMEN ONLY
Turning PointAlbuquerque, NM505217-1717xx
Shadow Mountain RecoveryAlbuquerque, NM505-369-0080x
Turquoise LodgeAlbuquerque, NM(505) 841-8978xxx
MATS Detox ProgramAlbuquerque, NM(505) 468-1555x
Veteran Affairs Medical CenterAlbuquerque, NM505-265-1711
Villa De EsperanzaCarlsbad, NM575-885- 1689xxxxx
Four WindsFarmington, NM505-327-7218x
Yucca Lodge Fort Bayard, NM575-537-8600x
The Ranch at Dove TreeLubbock, Tx(800) 218-6727
Christus St. Vincent Sobering CenterSanta Fe, NM505-913-4330x
Santa Fe Recovery CenterSante Fe, NM505-471-4985x
Vista TaosTaos, NM575-758- 5858xx
Taos Shadow Mountain RecoveryTaos, NM800-764-7250

Outpatient Centers

When used in context of substance abuse treatment, outpatient means that the patients do not live at the facility but rather come for classes, visits, or group meetings. Outpatient treatment can be categorized as intensive outpatient (IOP), partial hospital program (PHP), or other outpatient program

NAME AND WEBSITE LINKADDRESSPHONEPRIVATE PAYSTATE FUNDED ASSISTANCE IF CRITERIA METACCEPTS INSURANCEACCEPTS MEDICAIDVOUCHER PROGRAMADOLESCENTSWOMEN, PREGNANT, & THOSE W/ CHILDRENSPANISHMEN ONLY
Albuquerque Health ServicesAlbuquerque, NM505-260-9917xssxxx
Turning PointAlbuquerque, NM505217-1717xx
New Mexico SolutionsAlbuquerque, NM505-268-0701x
Veteran Affairs Medical CenterAlbuquerque, NM505-265-1711
Sage Neuroscience CenterAlbuquerque, NM505 884.1114
Villa De EsperanzaCarlsbad, NM575-885-1689xxxxx
Four WindsFarmington, NM505-327-7218x
The Ranch at Dove TreeLubbock, Tx(800) 218-6727 
Santa Fe Recovery CenterSante Fe, NM505-471-4985x
Recovery Services of NMAlbuquerque, NM
New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute800-446-5970xxxxxxx
Carlsbad Mental HealthCarlsbad, NM(575) 885-4836xxxxx
La Buena VidaBernalillo. NM Clayton (575) 374-2032xxxxxx

Substance Use Disorder Counselors

NAME AND WEBSITE LINKADDRESSPHONEPRIVATE PAYSTATE FUNDED ASSISTANCEACCEPTS INSURANCEACCEPTS MEDICAIDVOUCHER PROGRAMADOLESCENTSWOMEN, PREGNANT, & THOSE W/ CHILDRENSPANISHMEN ONLY
Turning PointAlbuquerque, NM505217-1717xx
Veteran Affairs Medical CenterAlbuquerque, NM505-265-1711
First Nations Community HealthsourceAlbuquerque, NM505.262.2481xxxx
Sage Neuroscience CenterAlbuquerque, NM505 884.1114
Veteran Crisis Line1-800-273-8255 press 1
CFAR - The Center for Family and Adolescent Research
*accepts calls Monday-Thursday from 12 noon-5 pm
505-842-8932 x
New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute800-446-5970xxxxxxx
Valle del Sol of New MexicoBernalillo. NM Clayton (575) 374-2032xxxxxx

 


Transitional Living 

Transitional living can provide a person with monitoring and support upon reintegration into society when recovering from a dependency. Sometimes transitional living is called a halfway house.

NAME & WEBSITE LINKADDRESSPHONEPRIVATE PAYSTATE FUNDED ASSISTANCEACCEPTS INSURANCEACCEPTS MEDICAIDVOUCHER PROGRAMADOLESCENTSWOMEN, PREGNANT, & THOSE W/ CHILDRENSPANISHMEN ONLY
Step HouseAlamogordo, NM575-415-0968xx
House of HopeAlamogordo, NM575-439- 6585xx
EPC - Endorphin Power CompanyAlbuquerque, NM(505) 268-3372x
Oxford HouseAlbuquerque, NMx
Villa De EsperanzaCarlsbad, NM575-885-1689
The Ranch at Dove TreeLubbock, Tx(800) 218-6727 x
Serenity MesaAlbuquerque, NM505-877-3644(14-21)x