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Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers in New Mexico

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Drug & Alcohol Detoxification Facilities in New Mexico

New Mexico is at a major junction in the war on drugs, and the drug issues that have plagued New Mexico have only intensified since the opioid epidemic began in the early 2000s. Several Mexican cartels have been smuggling drugs over the US/Mexico border through New Mexico for many years through the El Paso corridor. In 2017 alone, there were 468 kilograms (1,031 pounds) of cocaine, 447 kilograms of crystal meth (985 pounds), and 36,825 kilograms (81,185 pounds) of marijuana seized by Customs and Border Patrol agents at the border. Drug trafficking is mainly performed by the Sinaloa and Juarez cartels, while local drug distribution is performed by Bloods, Crips, Hells Angels, and MS-13 gangs on behalf of the cartels. While large amounts of heroin have not been seized by border agents, there is still a significant heroin and prescription opioid problem in New Mexico. The state is on 2 separate top 10 lists, one for most heroin overdose deaths (10th place) per capita, and another for most prescription opioid overdose deaths per capita (9th place). While the drug problems facing New Mexico are significant, there is still ample opportunity for someone to find help. New Mexico is home to many drug and alcohol detox centers that can help someone safely quit using drugs, and help them into further treatment and care once detox has been completed.

New Mexico Addiction & Detox Statistics

  • Like the rest of the United States, New Mexico had a major problem with prescription painkiller addiction throughout the 2000s and early 2010s. In fact, it’s estimated that 48 percent of the New Mexico population was addicted to some type of painkiller in 2008.
  • Although a number of opioid addicts have switched from painkillers to heroin, opioids remain a major problem for New Mexico today. In fact, half of all overdose deaths are caused by heroin and painkillers.
  • Between 2001 and 2014, overdose deaths in New Mexico have increased substantially. Sources estimate an increase of at least 146 percent in annual overdose deaths.
  • According to studies, eight of the ten leading causes of preventable death in New Mexico are from alcohol, tobacco, and drugs
  • Due to New Mexico being on the U.S.-Mexico border, there tends to be a lot of drugs being smuggled into the U.S. through New Mexico. Between drug smuggling and high rates of drug use in New Mexico, it’s estimated that the economic cost of illicit substances in New Mexico is $2.5 billion, or about $1,250 per person.

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600 First Street NW, Albuquerque, NM, 87102
Payment info:
Paid by individual/cash-payments, Medicaid, IHS/638 contract care funds, Access to recovery (ATR) voucher, Payment can be based on a sliding scale arrangement (fee is based on income and other factors), Payment assistance (check with facility for details)
  • Dual Diagnosis Detox & Substance Abuse Rehab Center
  • Offers outpatient services
  • Offers detox assistance for Spanish speaking indvidiuals
112 Monroe Street Northeast, Albuquerque, NM, 87108
Payment info:
Paid by individual/cash-payments, Access to recovery (ATR) voucher
  • Offers suboxone tapering/maintanence/detox
  • Offers methadone maintanence and detox
  • Offers outpatient services
  • Offers detox assistance for Spanish speaking indvidiuals
  • Specializes in caring for an individual in the LGBT community
172 Montano Road, Albuquerque, NM, 87101
Payment info:
Paid by individual/cash-payments, Access to recovery (ATR) voucher
  • Dual Diagnosis Detox & Substance Abuse Rehab Center
  • Offers methadone maintanence and detox
  • Offers outpatient services
  • Offers detox assistance for Spanish speaking indvidiuals
  • Specializes in caring for an individual in the LGBT community
1141 Mall Drive, Las Cruces, NM, 88001
Payment info:
Paid by individual/cash-payments
  • Offers suboxone tapering/maintanence/detox
  • Offers methadone maintanence and detox
  • Offers outpatient services
  • Offers detox assistance for Spanish speaking indvidiuals
  • Specializes in caring for an individual in the LGBT community
5901 Zuni Road SE, Albuquerque, NM, 87108
Payment info:
Payment assistance (check with facility for details)
  • Offers suboxone tapering/maintanence/detox
  • Offers detox assistance for Spanish speaking indvidiuals
  • Offers detox assistance for those who are hearing impaired
3751 Del Rey Boulevard, Las Cruces, NM, 88012
Payment info:
Paid by individual/cash-payments, Medicaid, Medicare, Non-Medicaid state-run plans, Detox facility can accept private insurance, Military insurance (e.g., TRICARE)
  • Offers inpatient detox services
  • Offers detox assistance for Spanish speaking indvidiuals
  • Offers detox assistance for those who are hearing impaired
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STATE Detox Resources

  • The New Mexico Alliance of Addiction Professionals — the New Mexico-based chapter of the NAADAC — is a coalition of addiction professionals from throughout the state. The aim of this group is to monitor licensing and credentialization of addiction treatment professionals to ensure quality standards.
  • The Recovery Connection is a New Mexico-based organization consisting of state officials and volunteers who aim to provide a variety of informational and recovery resources to those in need. This group provides a variety of useful resources, including information about the effects of drugs, the recovery process, and matching addicts with the rehabilitative resources they need.
  • The New Mexico Office on Substance Abuse Prevention — also called OSAP for short — is the state-sanctioned organization for the mitigating of the New Mexico addiction problem, existing as a branch of the state’s Human Services Department.

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