Health-related resources by communities and organizations, for communities and organizations throughout New Mexico.

Healthy Aging Resource List 07/07/2017

Demographics on Aging in New Mexico New Mexico Grandfacts – State Fact Sheets for Grandfamilies EngAGE New Mexico Aging Facts in New Mexico AARP New 

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Federal Policy Changes and What They Mean for New Mexico 04/11/2017

The New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty produced a federal level policy memo of proposed changes in the areas of healthcare, public benefits, labor, and 

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Hispanics in Philanthropy Keeping the Promise 03/11/2017

In 2015 Con Alma partnered with Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) national and two other Southwest based foundations, including the Phoenix-based Arizona Community Foundation, and the 

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In the First Place: The Strategies and Tools That Make Community Wellbeing a Reality 01/02/2014

Con Alma Health Foundation and Farm to Table would like to thank everyone who was able to attend the Healthy People, Healthy Places Workshop In the First 

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Affordable Care Act Implications for Nonprofit Employers 09/25/2013

On September 25, 2013, the Con Alma Health Foundation in partnership with the Center for Nonprofit Excellence offered two free information sessions on the Affordable 

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2-1-1 of Northern New Mexico Resource Directory 09/24/2013

The 2-1-1 information and resource line connects people to social services and resources for basic needs in Northern New Mexico. If you are in Santa 

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Aging Facts in New Mexico 03/14/2013

From 2000 to 2030, New Mexico’s population of person age 65 and older will double.

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Bernalillo: Place Matters 09/05/2012

The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies is pleased to add to the existing knowledge base with this report, Place Matters for Health in 

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USDA online tool marks much of NM as a food desert 05/04/2011

A food desert is made up of low-income communities without ready access to healthy and affordable food.  Much of our state is considered a food 

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CDC report magnifies gaps in preventive services for older adults 03/31/2011

Every day in America about 10,000 people turn 65. By the year 2030, roughly one out of every five Americans will be aged 65 years 

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New Mexico County Health Rankings

The County Health Rankings show us that where we live matters to our health. The health of a community depends on many different factors – 

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5 State Trainings on Hispanic Behavioral Health – Free 03/08/2011

PLEASE CONTACT FRED SANDOVAL DIRECTLY AT to register for this training. The National Latino Behavioral Health Association is announcing five state trainings on Hispanic 

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Susan G. Komen offers Breast Cancer Materials in Navajo 02/03/2011

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Jan. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — The Central New Mexico Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® recently printed and began distributing Breast 

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Es Mejor Saber – It’s Better to Know – Video 01/12/2011

A 10 minute film on Southwest CARE Center’s bi-lingual HIV rapid testing campaign featuring stories of people living with HIV/AIDS by videographer David Rulon. An 

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Call to Action: Children at the Center (Health Reform in New Mexico)

Lend your voice to creating an actionable agenda focused on health equity measures critical to children and families! When: Thursday, April 19, 2018 8:30 am 

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