Well-Being in New Mexico
Western Region Agricultural Stress Assistance Program (WRASAP): A collaborative group of organizations across the Western United States providing stress management resources specifically to America’s agricultural workers. Includes a searchable database of help on various topics for the Western States.
Farm Crisis Center: Searchable database by the National Farmers Union of all types of resources for agricultural workers.
Talk with Farm Aid: The Farm Aid Farmers Services Team will assist you in finding resources for almost any topic. Fill out their Online Request for Assistance form or call at 1-800-FARM-AID (1-800-327-6243)
NAMI New Mexico: The New Mexico Branch of the National Institute for Mental Illness, a non-profit organization providing resources and support for those who suffer from mental illness and their loved ones. There is a Santa Fe Branch and an Albuquerque branch.
New Mexico Crisis Line: 24/7 hotline for any type of emotional crisis, mental health or substance abuse concern.
Mental Health Association of New Mexico – Las Vegas: Provides mental health and crisis intervention services, as well a peer to peer support. Many additional crisis services available.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): National Helpline, 1-800-662-HELP A confidential, 24/7 information service, in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders.
NMDA Assistance Programs: A regularly updated list of the New Mexico Department of Agriculture’s grants. loans and financial assistance programs.
New Mexico State Programs of the USDA: USDA funding programs available in New Mexico.
New Mexico Farmers Marketing Association: Funding opportunities tracked by the NMFMA for farmers and agricultural producers
Facing Farm Financial Stress: A printed resource from Ohio State University for agricultural workers facing financial stress and considering bankruptcy.
Agrability New Mexico: A multi-organization partnership designed to support success in agriculture for people with disabilities and improve quality of life through participation in agricultural production. Primary Contact for Information and Referral
Dr. Sonja Koukel, Program Director
MSC 3AE PO Box 30003
Las Cruces, NM 88003
National Center for Farmworker Health Helpline: Bilingual (Spanish/English) hotline that provides health information and referral services for farmworkers and their families.
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