Resources for Employers and Providers

State of New Mexico Behavioral Health Services Site – Network of Care

State-wide services and provider directory with interactive map (It is important for all providers to ensure that their information is entered and updated as appropriate).

Behavioral Health Provider Association of New Mexico (BHPA)

The provider’s voice and attendance at regular meetings with the NM HSD/BHSD to discuss system relevant topics and updates. 

New Mexico Tribal Behavioral Health Provider Association (NMTBHPA)

The unified voice of the tribal behavioral health providers.

New Mexico Crisis and Access Line / Peer Warm-line

There may be applications available for agencies for after-hours-coverage. For information contact bilfornil.bhsd@state.nm.us.

Human Services Department Provider Information

Information from NM Dept. of Human Services for providers.

For Veterans

Information for behavioral health providers for veteran services.

Medical Assistance Division (MAD)

Trauma Informed Care and Organizational Assessments

Care Coordination

Care Coordination is a contracted service through the MCOs. Please contact your MCOs for more information on how this service can assist in helping your clients navigate appropriate services.

Behavioral Health Provider Toolkit

Revised July 1, 2021

The New Mexico Human Services Department (HSD)/Behavioral Health Services Division (BHSD) has created this Provider Toolkit for those interested in becoming an agency providing behavioral health services in New Mexico. This toolkit contains information about the process, documents, forms, links, and resources to assist in establishing a publicly funded behavioral health agency.

Clinical Supervision Implementation Guide

Below is the Clinical supervision implementation guide for community based behavioral health specialty organizations. This Clinical Supervision Implementation Guide is offered as a practical guide for clinical supervisors to support their local clinical practice. It includes topics addressing clinical supervision implementation within community-based behavioral health specialty organizations.