Category Archives: News

Paths to Health NM - Tools for Healthier Living

Paths to Health NM

Paths to Health NM: Tools for Healthier Living is a group of programs that support people to prevent or manage diabetes and other chronic health conditions or injuries. These programs help adults gain the confidence and skills they need to manage their health.

Read More ›
Rio Grande Food Project Logo. Illustration outline of grocery bag in red filled with food with text: Empty bellies. You can fill them. Donate. Volunteer. RGFP.Org

Free Groceries from Rio Grande Food Project

Rio Grande Food Project is offering free food pick up every week. Drive thru pick up on Wednesday & Friday, 9am - 11am. Walk-in pick up Saturday, 9a - 11a. NO DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED! You do NOT need to show ID or proof of income or residence. Just let them know that your household meets income limits. 600 Coors Blvd. NW, Albuquerque, NM 87121

Read More ›
DRNM - images-of-child-in-special-education-child-with-disability-adult-in-wheelchair

DRNM Priority Community Survey

Disability Rights New Mexico would like your help deciding what is most important in promoting, protecting, and expanding the legal rights of New Mexicans with disabilities. Share your voice and take their survey today.

Read More ›
CMS Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Input Needed: CMS Proposes rule to improve access to and quality of medicaid services

Input Needed: CMS Proposes Rule to Improve Access to and Quality...

Your input is needed! The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) published a proposed rule, Ensuring Access to Medicaid Services to improve access to — and quality of — Medicaid services and promote health equity across the Medicaid program. The proposed rule applies to all Medicaid services, including the home and community-based services (HCBS) that are vital to people with disabilities and older adults.

Read More ›
World No Tobacco Day - illustration of a globe and a cigarette

World No Tobacco Day

World No Tobacco Day provides an opportunity for smokers in New Mexico to make the decision to quit. New Mexico Department of Health’s Nicotine Use Prevention and Control (NUPAC) program offers free resources for nicotine users who want to quit.

Read More ›
Black and white photos of hands laid out in a circle with text overlaid

Free QPR Training To Help Prevent Suicide

The City of Albuquerque (CABQ) is offering free Question Persuade Refer (QPR) Gatekeeper Training. QPR is an evidence-based method for suicide prevention for teens and adults to use in their communities and workplaces.

Read More ›