COVID-19 Latest news
The New Mexico Department of Health announced the launch of a website that enables New Mexicans to receive notice when they qualify for the COVID-19 vaccine. That website is available at cvvaccine.nmhealth.org/
Additional information on the COVID-19 vaccine can be found at https://cv.nmhealth.org/covid-vaccine/
Periodic Updates from the State Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
COVID-19 Updates from the New Mexico Department of Health
CDC Decision Tree Guidance
Video for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing
The New Mexico Commission for Deaf & Hard of Hearing has produced a video with COVID-19 information:
AFN means Access and Functional Needs Resources in New Mexico.
With technology seemingly always one step ahead of us, it’s easy to confuse the various telecommunication services used to visually connect hearing and deaf individuals wishing to communicate with each other. There are three primary telecommunication services in use today: (a) video relay service (VRS), (b) telecommunications relay service (TRS), and (c) video remote interpreting (VRI). VRS and TRS are free programs regulated by the FCC and VRI is a fee based service that satisfies the communication-related mandates of the ADA. VRS and VRI, as their names suggest, are video-based services; TRS is text-driven.
Relay New Mexico makes it possible for individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking to make and receive telephone calls. When you connect with Relay New Mexico, a Communication Assistant (CA) will facilitate your call – promptly, professionally, accurately and confidentially.
New Mexico Crisis and access line
Call toll free anytime 24/7/365 1-855-NMCRISIS (662-7474)
If you are having a life threatening emergency, call 911 immediately
Crisis And Access Line
Call for support and resources
Toll Free 24/7/365
Call, text and access mental health resources
Peer to Peer Warmline
Call or text to connect with a peer
Call 3:30pm – 11:30pm /text 6pm – 11pm