Where to Get Help in Santa Fe

Santa Fe has many places where youth and families can go for help with substance abuse and mental health challenges.  Many agencies provide services for free or low cost. Look at the list below or download our guide: Substance Abuse Resources in Santa Fe. Please contact us if you have suggestions or changes to update this list.

Crisis Hotlines

(505) 820-6333    Santa Fe Crisis Response Team Hotline (Spanish/English),             operated by Presbyterian Medical Services (PMS)

(855) 662-7474    New Mexico Crisis Line (Spanish/English) (24/7)

(800) 721-7273       24 Hour Crisis Advocacy Line (operated by Solace) for people who have experienced or witnessed violent crimes, including sexual assault

Service Providers

Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Al-Anon (505) 982-8932 | 505 Camino De Los Marquez http://www.santafeaa.org/

Support groups for both teens and adults struggling with an alcohol or other drug problem, as well as supportive services for family members; Free

Care Connection Assessment Center, CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center  (505) 913-4350 | 2052 Galisteo Street, http://www.santafecountynm.gov/community_services/hhsd/care_connection

Clinical assessments for persons with mental health and/or substance abuse problems.

Payment Options: Medicaid; Medicare; Sliding scale; all insurances

Care Connection Assessment Center and Sobering Center, CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center    (505) 913-4330 | 2052 Galisteo Street

Substance abuse assessment and Detox Center providing a supportive and controlled sobering experience for adults, 18 and older, who volunteer to undergo an acute abstinence episode from alcohol and/or other drugs; Free

Friendship Club    (505) 982-9040 | 1316 Apache Ave  http://friendshipclubsantafe.org

Community center supporting recovery. Over 50 12-step meetings, 7 days a week. Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous, Al-Anon, Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous. Drop-ins welcome. Bookstore with recovery materials; Free

Gerard’s House     (505) 424-1800 | 3204 Mercantile Court, Suite C http://www.gerardshouse.org

Grief support for children, teens and families after a family member has died. Staffed by trained volunteers; Serves youth up to 20 years; Free

La Familia Medical Center (LFMC): http://www.lafamiliasf.org

Alto Street Clinic (505) 982-4425 | 1035 Alto Street

Southside Clinic (505) 438-3195 | 2145 Caja Del Oro Grant Road

Healthcare for the Homeless (505) 988-1742 | 1532B Cerrilos Rd.

Integrated behavioral health (substance abuse and counseling services) with primary care. Medication-assisted treatment program for pregnant women and partners with opioid use disorders

Payment Options: Free or low cost; Medicaid; Medicare; all insurances

Life Link  (505) 438-0010 | 2325 Cerrillos Rd, http://www.thelifelink.org

Behavioral health and substance use disorder recovery services to adults, as well as additional supportive services including case management, prevention services, supportive housing, employment counseling, and family services

Payment Options: Medicaid; Medicare; BCBS; United; Molina; Presbyterian; Sliding Scale

Mesa Vista Wellness  (505) 983-8225 | 2019 Galisteo Suites D2, E2 and M1 http://mesavistawellness.com

Provides holistic behavioral health services for children, youth, and adults, including individual, family, couples, and group therapies for a variety of substance use and other mental health concerns. Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) for adults

Payment Options: Medicaid; BCBS; Presbyterian; Molina; United; NM Health Connections

New Mexico Treatment Services (505) 982-2129 | 1264 Rodeo Road

Medication-Assisted Treatment offering a methadone maintenance program for adults with opioid use disorders, including counseling, overdose prevention and other support services

Pastoral Counseling Center   (505) 988-4131 | 1751 Calle Medico, Suite E, http://www.pccsantafe.org

Counseling for adults, children, youth and couples. Spiritually based therapy available as well as psychotherapy.

Payment Options: Medicaid; Medicare; BCBS; Presbyterian, Molina, United; Sliding Scale

Presbyterian Medical Services (PMS):

Santa Fe Community Guidance Center (505) 986-9633 | 2960 Rodeo Park Drive West http://www.pmsnm.org/locations/santa-fe-community-guidance-center

Santa Fe Family Wellness Center (505) 471-5006 | 2504 Camino Entrada http://www.pmsnm.org/locations/santa-fe-family-wellness-center

Counseling, groups, psychiatric services for mental illness and substance abuse. MST-Multi Systemic Therapy (Intensive family/home based services). ; Comprehensive community support services for adults; Adult Psychosocial Rehabilitation; in school and center based mental health services for children; medical and medication management services, including Medication-Assisted Treatment

Payment Options: Medicaid; Medicare; BCBS; Presbyterian; Molina; United; NM Health Connections; Sliding Scale

Santa Fe Mountain Center: http://www.santafemc.org/programs/counseling/

Tesuque:   (505) 983-6158 | 1524 B Bishop’s Lodge Road, Tesuque

Urban Adventure Training Center (505) 983-6158 | 1160 Parkway Drive Suite B

Alternative, wilderness, ropes courses, therapeutic programs for underserved youth and adults. Adolescent outpatient program and counseling services, including substance abuse problems

Payment Options: Medicaid

Healthy Transitions Program: (505) 690-7012

Support for youth and young adults ages 16-26, including intake, referrals, counseling, and experiential activities/education programs

Santa Fe Recovery Center    471-4985 | 4100 Lucia Lane http://www.sfrecovery.org

Addiction and co-occurring mental health concerns. Detox, residential, and intensive outpatient treatment for adults with substance abuse disorders. Medication-Assisted treatment program.

Payment Options: Presbyterian, Cigna, BCBS, United

Santa Fe YouthWorks         (505) 989-1855 | 1504 Cerrillos Road https://santafeyouthworks.org/

GED classes, tutoring, job-skills training, counseling, case management and youth advocacy services. Paid work-training programs for youth; Free

SKY Counseling Center        (505) 473-6191 | 1720 Llano Street (DeVargas Middle School off St. Michael’s Drive) http://nmsip.org/sky-center

Counseling services for youth and their families who are in need; Free

SMART Recovery for Friends and Family (520) 405-0173

Support groups for friends and family of people with substance use challenges; Free

SOLACE Crisis Treatment Center 988-1951 | 6601 Valentine Way http://www.findsolace.org

Crisis stabilization, assessment and therapy related to trauma; Free

Solutions Treatment Center  (505) 424-3170 or (877) 499-1354 |1264 Rodeo Road http://treatmentsolutions.org/

Full range of therapeutic healing services and programs; mental health issues, behavioral health problems, and emotional trauma for teens. Serves 14-17 year old youth

Payment Options: BCBS; NM Health Connections; Presbyterian

Southwest Family Guidance Center and Institute (505) 310-4764 | 4001 Office Court Dr. Suite 603 http://swfamily.com/

Provides in-home, school-based, and office based counseling services for youth and their families.  Also provides Multi-systemic Therapy and substance abuse counseling for adolescents.

Payment Options:  Medicaid; Presbyterian; United

Tierra Nueva Counseling Center of Southwestern College    (505) 471-8575 | 3952 San Felipe Rd. https://www.swc.edu/serving-our-community/

Utilizing Counseling Training Program for Southwestern College. Open 1/2 day on Saturdays.

Payment Options: Low cost

Teen Health Centers (Presbyterian Medical Services)

Capital High School (505) 467- 1081 | 4851 Paseo Del Sol

Santa Fe High School (505) 467-2439 | 2100 Yucca Road

Behavioral health services and primary care for youth ages 12 to 19; group and individual therapy; Free

Youth Shelters and Family Services     (505) 983-0586 | 5686B Agua Fria Street http://www.youthshelters.org/

For homeless youth and community at large. Social, counseling and education, and job support as well as emergency housing and transitional living services for young people; serves youth in the community up to age 21 and family members; Free

To Obtain Narcan/Naloxone and training in overdose prevention/response:

– Contact Bernie Lieving, 270-5942, to obtain a free Narcan kit along with a personal or organizational training

– Or visit a local pharmacy and ask for pharmacy (they can provide the prescription for anyone who requests Narcan) – most pharmacies except Walmart carry Narcan/naloxone

– Visit the Santa Fe Health Office, 605 Letrado St., 476-2600 (call for hours)