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The venue for the SNAP E&T and ABAWD rule hearing has been changed. The hearing will now be at the Harold Runnels Building Auditorium, 1190 St. Francis Drive, Santa Fe, NM. The time has not changed and remains from 9:00am-10:00am.
For the third year in a row, Governor Martinez announces a two-part crack-down on non-custodial parents who aren’t paying child support. The child support bench warrant operation starts August 4 and continues through the end of August.
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.
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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