Find a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center in New Mexico

    For far too many New Mexicans, addiction to drugs or alcohol is a daily struggle. The toll that substance abuse can take is physically, emotionally, and financially devastating, not to mention potentially fatal. Thankfully, there are many inpatient and outpatient rehab facilities in New Mexico to help people struggling with addiction get back on their feet. If you or someone you love is abusing drugs or alcohol, learn more about how rehab can turn your life around.

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    Treatment Centers in New Mexico

    Vista Taos Renewal Center
    259 Blueberry Hill Rd El Prado, NM 87529
    Santa Fe Recovery Center
    5312 Jaguar Drive Santa Fe, NM 87507
    Four Winds Recovery Center
    1313 Mission Avenue Farmington, NM 87499
    Socorro Mental Health Inc
    1200 Highway 60 Socorro, NM 87801
    Life Link Training Institute
    2325 Cerrillos Road Santa Fe, NM 87505
    Saint Martins Hospitality Center
    1201 3rd Street NW Albuquerque, NM 87125
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      Information about rehab in New Mexico

      NM Substance Abuse Facts 

      In New Mexico, the rate of drug overdose deaths is one of the highest in the country.1 In fact, this number has tripled since 1990,2 and drug overdose is now the number one cause of accidental death in the state.3

      In recent years, New Mexico has seen a dramatic increase in the number of overdose deaths due to prescription drugs—in particular, opioid painkillers, such as hydrocodone and oxycodone.2 It’s not surprising that opioid painkillers are the cause of so many deaths in the state with the number of prescriptions filled every year. More than 1.5 million prescriptions for opioid painkillers are filled each year in New Mexico alone, making opioids the most prescribed drug in the state, followed by benzodiazepines, such as Valium and Xanax.4

      Another concerning issue in New Mexico is the prevalence of alcohol and drug use amongst the younger generations. In 2015, 20% of high school students reported drinking alcohol for the first time before they turned 13 years old and 9% of students reported having used cocaine at least once.5

      Getting Addiction Treatment Help in NM

      With more than 100 substance abuse treatment centers to choose from in New Mexico,6 you may be wondering how you pick the right one for you. There are many factors to consider, including:

      • Treatment methodology utilized by the program.
      • Amenities available at the facility.
      • Expertise of staff.
      • Location
      • Cost
      • Duration of treatment.

      Before you make a decision, do your research. Talk to the treatment center staff, read facility reviews, and make sure you’ll have everything you need to ensure a healthy and safe recovery. If you’re feeling too overwhelmed to conduct the search on your own, treatment support specialists are available any time of day at 1-888-744-0069 to guide you through the process.

      Where Else Can I Find Help in NM?

      Paying for rehab can be a barrier to getting treatment. With prices ranging anywhere from $4,000 for detox to $58,000 for a 90-day program,7 some may feel discouraged by what they see as an insurmountable sum of money needed to cover the costs of treatment.

      However, what you may not realize is that there are avenues you can take to offset the financial burden of getting the help you need. Depending on your individual circumstance, you may be eligible for:

      • Government grants.
      • Sliding-scale adjusted rates.
      • Center-specific payment plans.
      • Low-cost or free state-funded treatment programs.

      Don’t forget to ask the addiction center whether they accept health insurance, either private or Medicaid/Medicare.

      Resources in New Mexico

      NOTE: If you’re experiencing a life-threatening emergency, don’t wait; call 911.

      Sources

      1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2016). Drug Overdose Death Data.
      2. New Mexico Department of Health. (2017). Health Indicator Report of Drug Overdose Deaths.
      3. New Mexico Department of Health. (2016). Drug Overdose in New Mexico.
      4. New Mexico Department of Health, Epidemiology and Response Division. (2014). New Mexico Epidemiology. Controlled Substance Prescriptions in New Mexico, 2016-2013.
      5. Office of Adolescent Health. (2017). New Mexico Adolescent Substance Abuse Facts.
      6. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). National Directory of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Facilities 2017.
      7. American Addiction Centers. (2017).
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