Resources in Santa Fe

LOOKING FOR A PSYCHIATRIST? A list of local psychiatrists, what kinds of patients they treat, what services they provide, and what insurance they accept, has been prepared by Psychiatrists of Santa Fe. Click here for Psychiatrists of Santa Fe


Other Behavioral Health Support Groups in Santa Fe

Suicide Survivors Support Groups – 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 6 to 7:30 p.m. SW Counseling Center, 1628 St. Michael’s Dr. Call Joan at 476-8238 or Janet at 690-1698.

Santa Fe Community Guidance Center (505) 986-9633
The Santa Fe Community Guidance Center is one of the health centers of Presbyterian Medical Services (PMS). Located at 2960 Rodeo Park Drive West in Santa Fe, it offers both primary care and behavioral health services. The latter include:

  • Initial screening, assessment, referral and service coordination
  • Comprehensive Community Support Services
  • Traumatic Brain Injury case management throughout northern New Mexico
  • Outpatient Therapy – individual and group
  • Mental illness/substance abuse – dual diagnosis program
  • DBT – Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Psychiatric services
  • Psycho-social rehabilitation, skill training and consumer-directed programs
  • IOP – Intensive Outpatient Program
  • Comprehensive therapy and community support services for children and adolescents.
  • Multi-systemic Therapy
  • Behavior Management Services
  • Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Services
  • Clinical Home Program
  • Crisis Services

Hours: Monday-Friday 8 am-5 pm.
For 24-hour emergency crisis intervention, call the Crisis Hotline at 1-888-920-6333 or 505-820-6333.

New statewide hotline:
The state of New Mexico has launched a new mental health crisis hotline: call 1-855-NMCRISIS (1-855-662-7474) to access mental health and substance abuse services.


Santa Fe Clubhouse, 505-438-9737
Santa Fe Clubhouse, a program of Life Link, is a model of psychosocial rehabilitation based on the successful Fountain House Model founded in 1948. There are more than 400 Clubhouses worldwide. Participants are “members,” not patients or clients.

Members and staff work together in an atmosphere of mutual caring and respect, while performing the wide variety of tasks necessary to operate the Clubhouse. In doing so, they experience meaningful work, meaningful relationships and meaningful opportunities, while developing the confidence and skills that are essential to returning to paid employment in the community.

The Santa Fe Clubhouse is Now Open at 1318 Luana Street (one block from The Life Link), 9 am – 3pm Monday-Friday .

Have lunch, use a computer, join a class, make new friends. Phone 505 438-9737.

The Human Services Department, NM Behavioral Health Collaborative, has created a list of Homeless and Rental Assistance programs in New Mexico. The list includes program descriptions, general eligibility criteria, and contact persons for helping eligible folks get assistance in these difficult economic times. Click here for a list of Housing Assistance Programs.