The Behavioral Health Providers’ Association of New Mexico collaboratively advocates for a strong and sustainable behavioral health system for individuals and families.

The NMBHPA consists of behavioral health programs providing publicly funded behavioral health care in New Mexico. Led by a volunteer Board of Directors and a staff Executive Director and representing various types of providers (agencies, individual practitioners, group practice plans, and professional associations), the NMBHPA provides behavioral health policy and education to support continuous system improvements. 

Behavioral Health Providers across the state of New Mexico are available when you need them. All of the providers listed here are currently accepting new patients and are able to provide COVID-19 safe services. Click here to view available providers by region.

The Behavioral Health Providers’ Association of New Mexico holds equity and inclusion as basic values in our communities and state.  We seek members that provide behavioral health services to all cultural and ethnic populations, assertively assure access to culturally relevant care for all members of our communities, and actively monitor and assess the quality of the services provided.  We encourage applications for membership, employment, and Board leadership from individuals who are representative of all of New Mexico: individuals with experience serving rural communities, individuals with bicultural experience, BIPOC, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

COVID-19 Information

For information on the COVID-19 Crisis, please visit CV-19 Information Google Drive. If you have issues accessing documents or items, please contact Maggie McCowen at 

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