Drug Rehabs in Santa Fe, NM

There are limited rehab centers in Santa Fe, NM, so traveling a short distance to neighboring areas might be ideal in finding the support and assistance for those struggling with substance abuse.

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Drug And Alcohol Addiction In Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe and the surrounding areas are suffering from some of the worst substance abuse issues in the country. As a state, New Mexico ranks 3rd in states with the highest rates of alcohol-related deaths and the numbers of drug overdose deaths are slowly creeping up. According to data from 2017, 16.1% of teens reported using nonprescription pain medication; 26.2% of high schoolers reported selling, buying, or offering drugs at school.

While there are limited treatment facilities in the immediate area, there are many in surrounding regions that specialize in various forms of addiction and abuse rehab and recovery services.

Alcoholism In Santa Fe

In 2019, roughly 5% of Santa Fe County’s population qualified as having an alcohol use disorder. New Mexico’s population adjusted rates of  alcohol-related deaths were ranked in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place since 1981; between 1997 and 2014, New Mexico ranked 1st. For every 100,000 people in New Mexico, alcohol has “robbed 1,570 years of life annually.”

Santa Fe has the highest rate of alcohol abuse in New Mexico. With a rate of 57.1 of alcohol-related deaths per 100,000 people, Santa Fe County saw 6.5% of the state’s alcohol-induced deaths compared to 3.9% of Rio Arriba County. Recent data shows that the Native American and Latino populations suffer from “a disproportionate burden for alcohol death and chronic liver disease.”

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The Opioid Epidemic In Santa Fe

Prescription and illicit Opioids have a heavy hold on many of Santa Fe’s population. Drugs like Methadone and Morphine are commonly prescribed to combat extreme pain from serious injuries. Unfortunately, many of these drugs are over-prescribed by medical professionals or abused by patients. Fentanyl is a highly abused synthetic Opioid far more potent that Morphine and takes merely 2 to 3 milligrams to be potentially fatal. More recently, Fentanyl is being combined with other drugs like Cocaine or Heroin increasing both the potency and lethality of both.

According to recent data, prescription Opioids are to largely blame for the surge in accidental overdose deaths in New Mexico. Of the 88% of accidental fatalities statewide, 46% were linked to prescription painkillers like Methadone, Oxycodone, and Morphine. The next biggest contributor is Heroin accounting for 34%.

Santa Fe’s Substance Abuse Disorders And Co-Occurring Disorders

Santa Fe’s drug and alcohol crisis concerns many governmental officials. State officials are implementing various strategies to reduce the prevalence of substance abuse disorders. Individuals with addictions may use drugs to cope with underlying issues, called co-occurring disorders, such as:

Individuals suffering these conditions may not have the means to gain medical assistance, and therefore choose to self-medicate with harmful substances.

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Substance abuse disorders are personal challenges. Due to the nature of substance abuse, individuals should consider rehab to combat their addiction. In rehab, there is access to therapists who counsel patients battling co-occurring disorders, medications to assist with detox, and therapies to treat undiagnosed disorders, and support groups to reinforce sobriety. Contact a treatment provider today.



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Government Programs

Find local government programs that promote sober living and will help you find peace in your day to day life.

Name Location Phone
New Mexico AA Area 46 PO Box 4224
Santa Fe, NM 87502

College Programs

The counseling program

Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture

108 Cathedral Place
Santa Fe NM 87501

Therapy Services

St John's College

1160 Camino Cruz Blanca
Santa Fe, NM 87505

Student Health Center

Santa Fe University of Art and Design

1600 Saint Michael’s Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87505

AA and NA Meetings in Santa Fe

Name Address Fellowship Hours
Santa Fe District 2 Area46 505 Camino de los Marques, Santa Fe, NM 87505 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Your Basic Meeting 505 Camino De Los Marquez, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Monday: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, Tuesday: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, Thursday: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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