Health & Human Services

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Doña Ana County is unique in the state because it addresses residents' health and human service needs. The Health and Human Services Department employs more than 45, engages 35 volunteers and administers nearly 40 service contracts. The Doña Ana Board of County Commissioners created the Department in 2001. 

HHS divisions are supported by the administrative section and the HHS Alliance, an advisory body. The administrative section includes a director, manager, alliance facilitator, administrative assistant, three secretaries and one document technician. 

The HHS Department is comprised of the following three divisions: 

  1. Court Compliance - administers the Local DWI, LEAD and AOT programs, and other criminal justice and behavioral health related efforts. 
  2. Outreach and Education - responsible for county-wide outreach activities through networking, planning and community organizing in neighborhoods and rural communities by forming community coalitions to identify and address unmet health and human service needs.  
  3. Program Operations - provides coordination, communication and collaboration among contracted providers and department staff, through consistent application and funding processes, contract monitoring, support and guidance for new program development. 

Collectively, the divisions are responsible for programs aimed at addressing border-area health status indicators. Programs are offered county-wide, hosted in seven community resource centers located in Butterfield, Chaparral, Doña Ana, Organ, Radium Springs, Rincon and Vado/Del Cerro.

State of New Mexico 

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