Drug Abuse Prevention Program

The Higher Education Amendments of 1986 require that in order to participate in federal financial aid programs every post-secondary institution must have a drug abuse prevention program in place by July 1, 1987. This program must be accessible to any officer, employee, or student of the institution.

The following information is made available to students in compliance with federal law:


Mobile Crisis Response of Santa Fe (24 hours): 505-820-6333

Crisis Response (toll free): 888-920-6333

Solace Crisis Treatment Center (24 hours): 505-988-1951

Solace Crisis Treatment Center (toll free): 800-721-7273

New Mexico Suicide Line (toll free): 800-273-8255

Trevor Project: 866-488-7386

12-Step Programs

Alcoholics Anonymous (Central Office)*: 505-982-8932

Alcoholics Anonymous Hotline: 505-231-5295

Narcotics Anonymous Helpline: 505-984-2098

Narcotics Anonymous Helpline (toll free): 800-258-2971

*505 Camino de Los Marquez

Meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous are held daily at various locations in and around Santa Fe. Call or stop by for a weekly schedule; or, go to santafeaa.org.

For 12-Step programs not listed above please call Alcoholics Anonymous at 505-982-8932 or consult your telephone directory.

Substance Abuse Treatment Center

In patient services can be found at Santa Fe Recovery Center (505-471-4475). Residential alcohol detox, short, and long term treatment services at 4100 Lucia Lane

*The Alcoholics Anonymous Central Office has additional information on treatment centers in New Mexico. Please contact 505-982-8932 for information.

If you are concerned about the possibility of yourself or a friend having a problem with alcohol consumption, please contact the Student Health Office to discuss your concerns confidentially with a healthcare provider.

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