Residential Treatment Centers in New Mexico

  • Life Healing Center

    As a place of personal transformation for men and women ages 18 and older, Life Healing Center offers comprehensive residential programming for individuals who desire to overcome the challenges they face as the result of mental health concerns, traumatic experiences, and substance abuse issues.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00320 View Profile Santa Fe, NM 87506
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  • Foundations Chicago

    Serving the most populous city in the Midwest, Foundations Chicago caters to the unique needs of Windy City residents and those around the country by offering a comprehensive outpatient program.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00367 View Profile Chicago, IL 60606
  • Talbott Recovery Dunwoody

    Talbott Recovery has two private substance abuse treatment centers in metro Atlanta and one in Columbus, Georgia offering compassionate and effective rehab treatment for patients and their families.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00370 View Profile Atlanta, GA 30349
  • Foundations Atlanta

    Foundations Atlanta offers comprehensive integrated treatment for addiction and mental health conditions. Our patients learn the skills necessary to integrate recovery into their daily lives.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00359 View Profile Atlanta, GA 30309
  • Michael's House Outpatient Center

    Located near the San Jacinto Mountains in Palm Springs, California, Michael's House Outpatient Center provides a healing oasis for individuals seeking recovery in a unique, non-residential setting.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00365 View Profile Palm Springs, CA 92262
  • Wright Institute Los Angeles

    We provide affordable long-term individual & group psychodynamic psychotherapy for those without adequate health insurance benefits or the ability to pay for expensive private treatment. We remain one of the very few settings in LA where no limits are placed on treatment length or session frequency.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00217 View Profile Los Angeles, CA 90064
  • Black Bear Rehab

    Black Bear Lodge—nestled in the peaceful foothills of northern Georgia—provides a custom recovery experience for people with mental health and substance dependence issues.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00356 View Profile Sautee Nacoochee, GA 30571
  • Bayside Marin

    With a luxurious secluded main campus in northern California’s Marin County and a convenient outpatient office in San Francisco, Bayside Marin provides comprehensive residential and intensive outpatient treatment to men and women who are struggling with addiction and certain co-occurring disorders.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00316 View Profile San Rafael, CA 94901
  • Foundations Memphis

    Foundations Memphis is located in a charming East Memphis neighborhood where we serve patients stepping down from higher intensity services as well as individuals seeking entry-level outpatient care.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00375 View Profile Memphis, TN 38119
  • New England Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

    We have helped thousands of individuals and families overcome behavioral health challenges. In 2016, we were Nationally recognized by the AMHCA for Clinical Practices. MD, Hospitals, and other Professionals turn to us for our experience and expertise in CBT treatment. Call us if you need help!

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00345 View Profile Glastonbury, CT 06033

Discover the Mental Health Benefits of Rehab Centers in New Mexico

Residential treatment programs offer treatment for chronic behavioral, addiction, or mental health issues. For people affected by drug and alcohol abuse, for example, medically supervised detox services are employed, as well as counseling to address the underlying emotional concerns associated with addiction. These services, coupled with a distraction-free environment, can help a person heal when other treatments have not been successful. Outpatient rehab options may be available as well.

Although the term rehab is often thought of in conjunction with addiction treatment programs, many other serious mental health issues are treated through residential programs. People experiencing depression, for example, may benefit from spending time at depression treatment centers, and conditions such as schizophrenia, gambling addiction, disordered eating, and sex addiction are treated through facilities that specialize in those specific issues.

Mental Health Care in New Mexico

The 2013 Well-Being Index, published by Gallup-Healthways, lists New Mexico as 33rd in terms of overall well-being when compared to other states. Though the state was ranked in the fifth quintile for basic access (45th) and work environment (48th), it ranked in the first quintile for emotional health (8th) and healthy behaviors (4th).

New Mexico was ranked 46th overall in the 2014 Mental Health America (MHA) survey on the state of mental health care in the United States. New Mexico's overall ranking suggests that the state experiences a high prevalence of mental health problems and low rates of access to mental health care services. Based on MHA measures, New Mexico is one of five states that consistently received low scores in the overall ranking, adult ranking, and youth ranking categories. Out of all 50 states and the District of Columbia, New Mexico was ranked 51st in the MHA need ranking, indicating that this state has the most urgent need for mental health care services.

New Mexico Census Information

Learning more about a state's population can help make a transition go smoother if you need to relocate for treatment. The state of New Mexico currently has a population of 2 million people. According to 2013 estimates, 83% of the population identifies as white, 10% of residents are American Indian or Alaska Native, 3% are black, and 2% are Asian. Almost 10% of residents were born in a foreign country. Minors make up 24% of the population, and seniors account for another 15%. Of residents over the age of 25, 84% have completed a high school education program, and 26% have earned at least a bachelor's degree. At present, 20% of people in New Mexico are living in poverty, compared to the 15% national average.


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