SANTA FE, NM - In recognition of Indigenous Peoples' Day, Santa Fe County offices will be closed on Monday, October 14, 2019. County offices will resume regular hours on Tuesday, October 15. Solid Waste Collection Centers are closed on Monday and Tuesday as part of their regular schedule. Collection Centers will resume regular hours on Wednesday, October 16. Essential services provided by Public Safety will continue as usual.
The Health Services Division promotes the health and well-being of County residents through access to health services and initiatives to support the Santa Fe County Health Action Plan. Programs include the Health Care Assistance Program, which provides support for health care for the indigent, as well as contractual projects to support the six priorities of the Health Action Plan.
The health priorities are:
1. Increase enrollment of County residents in health insurance
2. Reduce alcohol abuse
3. Reduce drug abuse
4. Reduce low birth weight
5. Reduce suicides
6. Increase consumption of healthy food
The Health Services Division staffs the Health Policy and Planning Commission (HPPC), an advisory body charged by the Santa Fe County Board of County Commissioners with providing guidance on health services and programming. The HPPC was instrumental in determining the priorities and much of the programming undertaken as a result of the Santa Fe County Health Action Plan.
Health Services Division page: The Health Services Division has implemented Santa Fe County Connect, with the goal of addressing the needs of individuals by connecting them with the clinical care and community services they need to stay healthy, leading to improved community health.
Santa Fe County Community Services Department
2052 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone: (505) 992-9849 (Main Line)
Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Patricia Boies, Health Services Division Director
[bot protected email address] or (505) 995-9538