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About Treatment Center

University of New Mexico located in beautiful Albuquerque, New Mexico, can supply addicts with professional and effective addiction treatment options.

Whether an individual requires inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, or holistic treatment options, University of New Mexico can help addicts obtain the goal of sustained sobriety. With experienced staff members, counselors, and addiction advisors, patients can rest assured that receiving professional care is something that is never compromised.

University of New Mexico understands well that making the decision to attend treatment is very difficult. This, though, is the most vital step in the entire recovery process as it means the addict is mentally prepared to get better. This is an important aspect of the whole recovery process. Through consistent support, addicts will have the opportunity to get better when they attend treatment at University of New Mexico.

Since no two addictions are alike, it’s important that treatment be as unique as the individual themselves. At University of New Mexico, they understand that all addictions are different. Also discussed before treatment begins is the patient’s insurance coverage.

By identifying the root cause of the addiction at hand, psychologists, counselors, and advisors can better prescribe a treatment plan that can work for the individual. The core values that are held at University of New Mexico are centered on striving to assist the addict every way possible in order to obtain long-lasting sobriety. Just as so many addicts have attended University of New Mexico and succeeded in recovery, so can others.

Living a fulfilled life is possible with the help of a professional and tailor-made treatment plan. There is a happy life waiting outside the life of drug and alcohol abuse. It’s time to put addiction behind and start on a life that is content. This can only happen with the help of an addiction treatment facility.

Contact University of New Mexico today at www.Hospitals.Unm.Edu/bh/ and learn how a unique approach to treatment can help addicts regain control of everyday life. With the proper treatment plan in place, addicts can overcome their addiction and learn to live a sober life in as little as 30-days to 90-days.


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Specialties

  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Addiction
  • Intervention center
  • Medical Detox
  • Substance Abuse

Payment Methods

American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Medicaid, Medicare, Visa.

Accepted Insurances

  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Most Insurances

Google Reviews

I rec'd PhD plus post doc work via "CASAA" (research on addictions). I thoroughly enjoyed the great prof's, and many opportunities available. I stayed longer than absolutely necessary (13 yrs! LOL!) because I wanted to experience everything available. I did all that on scholarships, too (no bills!). I snagged a grant one year when students were allowed to compete with the pool of professionals. I cannot say enough about my graduate experience. Thank you, UNM!!!

Lauren B, 9 months ago

Great place for in-state education and continuing ed for mature students. Beautiful campus, excellent selection of courses.

Sarah Seitz, 11 months ago

Hi everyone! Happy new year !!! I want to study (Master )graduate study in English . Please who is studying or studied (master )of any thang ? How much for graduate program in this university? Is it covered by financial air or any thing ?

Hamza Abbas, 1 year ago

Great university! Affordable compared to other public universities. Has excellent programs to offer in engineering, sciences, nursing, and arts.

Ryan Gibbons, 1 year ago