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Information on Assistance & Resources in New Mexico and SHARE New Mexico have combined forces to provide detailed information about a variety of government-funded assistance programs available to low and moderate-income individuals and families living in New Mexico. Here at SHARE New Mexico you can find practical information on what benefits are available, eligibility requirements, how to apply, benefit amounts, answers to commonly asked questions and much more.

Report Abuse or Neglect


CFYD Report abuse or neglect  1-855-333-SAFE

NM Crisis Line

If you have a life threatening emergency, please dial 911 immediately.

The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line is
toll free and is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

1 (855) NMCRISIS (662-7474)


Concerned about a loved one …

  • Threatening to, or talking about wanting to, hurt or kill him/herself?
  • Seeking access to firearms, available pills, or other means to kill him/herself?
  • Talking or writing about death, dying, or suicide, when these actions are out of the ordinary for the person
  • Expressing feelings of hopelessness?
  • Displaying rage, uncontrolled anger, or seeking revenge?
  • Acting reckless or engaging in risky activities, seemingly without thinking?
  • Saying he or she feels trapped, like there’s no way out?
  • Increasing alcohol or drug use?
  • Withdrawing from friends, family and society?
  • Demonstrating anxiety, agitation, and insomnia (or sleeping all the time)?

If you or a loved one is experiencing these or other emotional crises, you can find help 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by calling the New Mexico Crisis and Access Line.

Dealing With Bullying

 CCHS is a very safe school, but bullying can happen in any environment.  Here are some steps to take to deal with being bullied:


1. Change Friends   Sometimes it is our friends who are criticizing and putting us down. It may be time for different friends.

2.  Talk to your parents   It is helpful to get advice from someone who cares about you and who may have gone through something similar.

3.  Get the outside help you need.  Ms. Mulroy and Ms. Beltran are always ready to help you with this problem.

4. Focus on your personal goals.  The better you feel about yourself, the harder it is for a bully to make you a target.

5. Finally, if you find yourself being the bully, ask for help. Reaching out to others is the first step in stopping this behavior. 


"Courage is fire, and bullying is smoke."  Benjamin Disraeli, British Prime Minister and Novelist, 1804-1881

Suicide Text "CONNECT"

Text our trained Crisis Counselors about anything that’s on your mind.

Text “CONNECT” to 741741

Free, 24/7, confidential, nationwide. Right on your phone.

What issues can you text us about?

If it’s a crisis to you, it’s a crisis to us. It’s not just suicide – any painful emotions that get in the way of your mental well-being are a crisis.  This might include:

Who can text?

People of all ages – we’re not just for teenagers. Parents, college students, older adults, and anyone else are welcome to text.

What happens when you text us?

You’ll be connected to a trained Crisis Counselor who is ready to take you from a “hot moment” to a “cool calm.” They’ll actively listen to you to help you determine your next steps to stay safe. They won’t offer direct advice, but they can guide you to coping skills.

Free - Crisis Text Line does not charge for the support it provides. Standard messaging fees are waived on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint, and texts to 741741 will not appear on your phone bill if you use one of these carriers.

Confidential – What you say stays between you and the Crisis Counselor. If you are in immediate risk of seriously hurting yourself or others, emergency services may be contacted. We are mandated reporters for cases of abuse of a minor.

24/7 - Help is available around the clock – we answer over 90% of texters within 5 minutes or less.

Nationwide – Volunteers from around the country, supporting people in crisis across the country.