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The New Mexico Human Services Department and the New Mexico Department of Health announced that Centennial Care will cover a medication used to revive an individual experiencing a drug overdose. Naloxone, also known by its brand name Narcan, is a prescription medication that can be sprayed into the nose of a person experiencing an overdose from opioids (such as heroin, methadone, or prescription pain medications like oxycontin, hydrocodone, etc.) in order to reverse the overdose.
BHSD is holding a pre-proposal conference for our BH Entity RFP tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. in the Large Conference Room at 37 Plaza la Prensa. Any potential bidder is welcome to attend.
Goal 1: Modernize and Improve New Mexico’s Medical Assistance Programs
Goal 2: Help New Mexicans Get Back to Work
Goal 3: Assist Parents with their Child Support Responsibilities
Goal 4: Improve Behavioral Health Services
Goal 5: Improve Administrative Effectiveness and Simplicity
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