2021 Data Book

The Data Book contains various sections, representing the types of information most frequently requested by a broad range of stakeholders:

Link to the entire book: The HSD Data Book Volume 2 | 2021.1 | High Resolution File (size 135,166 KB) | Lower Resolution File (size 36,102 KB)

INTRODUCTION | File size 483 KB
The New Mexico Human Services Department (HSD) is pleased to present the State of New Mexico Data Book, a summary of social, economic, and health statistics of our state. The Data Book presents, in one reference document, a diversity of information and is designed to facilitate comparisons of national, state, and county‐level data. The Data Book contains various sections, representing the types of information most frequently requested by a broad range of stakeholders. Section 1Aincludes the Table of Contents, Letter from the Secretary, HSD Mission Statement and Strategic Goals, and a guide to using this Data Book.

2020 AGENCY HIGHLIGHTS | File size 239 KB
Section 1B highlights significant efforts of Human Services Department (HSD), Aging and Long Term Services Department (ALTSD), and Children, Youth, and Families Department (CYFD) from 2020 including efforts to support New Mexicans during the COVID‐19 pandemic.

U.S. & NEW MEXICO DEMOGRAPHIC MAPS | File size 50,385 KB
This section provides information and statistics across a range of demographic, health, and socioeconomic indicators. U.S. maps are broken out by the state, and New Mexico maps are presented at the county-level. A text box on the bottom right of each table provides information important for the correct interpretation of the table. In many tables, details will not add exactly to the totals and subtotals shown because of rounding.

HSD PROGRAM ENROLLMENT MAPS | File size 60,618 KB
New Mexico’s health and human services (HHS) agencies serve over half of New Mexicans. Program Enrollment data illustrate the number of people served by major HHS agencies (HSD, CYFD, and ALTSD) as well as total program expenditures by county.

FISCAL YEAR 2022 BUDGET REQUEST FACTSHEETS File size 2,526 KB
This section highlights significant HSD budget requests in a clear and concise format by summarizing the request, proposed funding and benefits to New Mexico. The Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 HSD budget request is $1.130 billion to leverage an additional $6.737 billion in federal dollars to help nearly half of the state’s residents through the unprecedented COVID-19 public health crisis. Nearly 85 percent of HSD’s budget is funded by federal matching funds from a variety of programs. For every additional dollar of new general fund, HSD will earn ~$2.52 in additional federal funds. Over the last several years, HSD has managed its programs with little to no new general fund appropriations. The fiscal year FY 2022 request reflect the administration’s efforts to invest in these critical and important programs. 

COUNTY FACTSHEETS File size 12,476 KB
This section provides comparable information and statistics across a range of demographic and socioeconomic indicators, as well as information related to HSD field offices, program enrollment and funding. Also included are details related to local health providers such as nursing facilities, hospitals, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), and community resources such as food banks and COVID-19 testing sites.

HSD DEPARTMENTAL PERFORMANCE SCORECARD File size 9,222 KB
This section showcases the new, online and publicly‐accessible Department Performance Scorecard organized by the HSD strategic goals. The HSD Performance Scorecard is a strategic management tool used to identify and improve various internal business functions and their resulting outcomes, and provide feedback to key stakeholders, including HSD customers and the public. It is designed to help answer the most common questions New Mexicans may have about the Human Services Department. Individuals can use the Scorecard to choose a Medicaid Managed Care Organization that best meets their needs, or to determine how quickly they can apply for and get benefits via several different routes. Some of the metrics show opportunities for improvement; and, ultimately, the Scorecard shows what HSD is doing and how well the department is performing. Included in this section are graphs and descriptions of all 31 measures. We recommend viewing this online to see the most updated data.

 ACRONYMS & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS | File size 191 KB