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New Mexico Mental Health Treatment Centers

The state of New Mexico is home to over two million people. While sparsely populated, New Mexico’s residents – just like any other state – face problems with mental illness and substance abuse. Mental illnesses often come in the forms of anxiety and depression and common drugs of addiction in New Mexico include prescription painkillers, alcohol, crystal meth and marijuana. If you are concerned about your ability to afford a New Mexico mental health treatment center, there are many facilities that offer low-cost or no-cost programs that can help.

New Mexico Drug Rehab Facilities

Despite New Mexico’s wide open spaces, there area number of drug addiction treatment facilities scattered across the state that can help treat everything from alcoholism to heroin addiction. Programs available in New Mexico include cocaine detox, methadone maintenance, inpatient prescription drug addiction treatment, outpatient crystal meth addiction programs, sober living and support groups. No matter what type or style of drug addiction treatment you need, you can find it in New Mexico.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment in New Mexico

For those who are living with drug addiction and a mental health issue simultaneously, there are New Mexico dual diagnosis treatment centers all over the state that can help. At a dual diagnosis treatment center, you can find treatment for drug addiction, including detox, as well as psychological treatment for your mental health issue. When you undergo both treatments simultaneously, you have a better chance at remaining relapse free when you return home. Call the number above for more information about the New Mexico treatment centers near you today.

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