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Post-fire resources and recovery

Mental and emotional support I Medical support I For parents and families

Mental and emotional support resources

Mental health services for the New Mexico Highlands University community are available at the NMHU clinic 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. To make an appointment, call 505-454-3218.

Mental Health Counseling available for all in San Miguel and Mora counties Community-Based Services–NM Behavioral Health Institute after-hours crisis line: 505-425-1048

Statewide NM crisis line: 1-855-NMCRISIS (855-662-7474)

Office locations

Please phone first to ensure staff is on site. Phone lines may be busy.

Las Vegas
700 Friedman Avenue, Las Vegas, NM 87701
505-454-5100
Walk in: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Pecos
HC 74, Box 310, Pecos, NM 87552
505-757-6112
Hours limited to Thursdays–call to ensure on-site, walk-in locations and availability.

Statewide NM crisis line: 1-855-NMCRISIS (855-662-7474)

Calf Canyon-Hermit’s Peak Fire Emotional Support Group

If you would like support for you and/or your loved ones during this difficult time, join our support group. Many are struggling with not only stress but grief and loss time, you are not alone. Your feelings are valid and you deserve a safe space to share them.

Everyone is welcome!

Every Monday at 5 p.m.starting May 16, 2022

Memorial Middle SchoolLas Vegas, NM 87701

If you would prefer individual or family support, please call or text 505-587-9549 or 505-429-3511

Sponsored by  100% Community Behavioral Health Action Team

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Medical information and resources

Always call 911 in a medical emergency.

Have prescription medications ready in case immediate evacuation is required. Contact your PCP for refills or search here: https://accelerator.childrenshospital.org/digital-rd/medfinder/

Contact your PCP if you are having respiratory symptoms.
Clinics accepting new patients can be located at https://www.tenvitalservicesnm.org.

Mora Valley Community Health Services is taking calls but operating from a safe location. Call 575-387- 2201, 575-387-3323 for medication refills, or 505-490-2098 for nurse triage.

Aging & Long-Term Services Department
Call center hours are extended until midnight: 1-800-432-2080.

NEW from Lt. Governor Howie Morales
@NewMexicoOSI  issued an Emergency Order to help residents hit by the wildfires keep their access to health coverage recently. It requires all health insurers to waive cost-sharing requirements, cover out-of-network services & more. Info: bit.ly/3mvOuNL. #nmfire #nmleg

Medical or emergency assistance call 911: The American Red Cross at 1-800-733-2767 is available for non life-threatening emergencies

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For parents and families

Free book for children who have been through wildfires
https://piploproductions.com/stories/trinka-and-sam/trinka-and-sam-fires/

Parent Support Action Team – This information and more can be found on our Facebook page – Parent Support Group-100% San Miguel County. Visit https://www.100nm.org/sanmiguel/ to learn about 100% San Miguel and 100% New Mexico – An Initiative of the Anna, Age Eight Institute

After hours NMHU crisis line: 505-795-3665

Statewide NM crisis line:  1-855-NMCRISIS (855-662-7474).

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