About Treatment Center
University of New Mexico Hospital, is a multi-licensed addiction treatment facility located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Our facility offers a relaxing environment for the patient so that they can not only focus on their recovery, but also enjoy it. At University of New Mexico Hospital, we understand that change can seem like a scary thing, especially for newly recovering addicts. The changes that they will make here will be for the better, and in many cases, may even save their lives. We believe in treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have contributed to the birth of the addiction. We strive to show our patients that they can live a life filled with happiness and fulfilment without the use of drugs or alcohol. We make it a goal to provide our patients with the tools necessary to cope with their newfound life of sobriety. We never know what life will throw at us, and it is up to the patient to deal with any given situation without resorting to substance abuse. With the right treatment plan in place, the patient can make a remarkable recovery.
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
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- Most Insurances
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I am from New Mexico and didn't really think about going out of state, so UNM seemed like my best option. Overall, I think UNM is a pretty good school. Teachers and advisers, are never as helpful as you think and hope they would be. Therefore, I suggest being proactive and taking accountability for making sure you get what you need done in and out of the classroom. There are plenty of research and scholarship opportunities if you look for them, especially for first-generation, underrepresented, low socioeconomic status students. In particular, the Biology and Environmental Science departments have a lot of helpful staff and provide a few scholarships and research programs. El Centro de la Raza has always been helpful for me, as well (i.e. free printing, study space, scholarships, supportive staff). During the summer, I went to Harvard for an internship for Biostatistics and was amazingly well-prepared. I thought I was going to struggle, but realized that I received a pretty thorough education. I am grateful for the opportunities and experiences that I have accumulated at UNM and do not regret coming here for my undergraduate.
Alicia Dominguez, 3 months ago
Berm going for a few years, mainly because that's where my insurance has a contract. Issues with the physician staff. May not be reconsilable.
Don Saavedra, 4 months ago
Great campus! Great teachers and services. Math department needs major help and new teachers but the science teachers are the best!
Diana Diaz, 6 months ago
I have been going here for a little over 3 years now...i love it here...they are so friendly...very professional...they always liston to your problems and are always very careing & supportive...this place understands addicts & they actually try to help u get off of whatever your addi ted too...they have a program for it here...they have counselors here that reall sit down with U & liston to all your f en problems & they try all they can and help u...they have case managment here...all u have to do is make the apointment...u have to earn your take homes here...like i said they are good people here and want to work with u & help u...not just tjrow medicino at u...lol and this place is open ALL the time...even if its only open for 1 or 2 hours...u best get their and get your medicino...they want to see u earn them....they know that its a pain in the ass for us to get their or drive every damn day...so.our reward....is our take home that we earn...thats only right...thats only fair...they worry about u here...if they dont think u are doing ok...they will helo u...first...u have to habe a counselor here...but all them are very wonderfull people...to top it off...they have cookies and good snacks and stuff...around Christmas out on the table for every one to help themselves...as it gets all taken already...the staff keeps on putting out some more cookies and sweets and stuff just so every 1 gets to have some....they believe in fairness and be honest with them so they can help u the right ways...here they have a program called Malogro...its a Doctor for woman on subutex or methadone....ive went through the Malogro program...they were all super nice ...its a win win!!
crystal walsh, 6 months ago
I rec'd a PhD and post doc work in Psychology's Clinical & Experimental program. Close connections with "CASAA" (research, treatment of addictions). I may assume that other doctoral programs also seek community connections. I thoroughly enjoyed the great prof's, and many opportunities available PLUS available scholarships and work-study placements. I cannot say enough about my graduate experience (Psychology Dept). Thank you, UNM!!! Of particular interest to many students include the beauty of the campus itself. I did not much care for the food court after noticing a two inch cockroach in my bread. Actually, the roach just informed me of his territory. [NOTE: this occurred a long time past, and is NOT meant to represent all vendors.] However, The Frontier is right across the street and many local eateries make room available for ACTUAL STUDYING!!! Another advantage for the undergraduates is that some of the core courses for psychology are taught by advanced graduate students. Given the level of competition to gain a spot in the C&E doctoral program, the student-teachers tend to be experienced, very intelligent, energetic, fair, and sometimes use this teaching outlet to de-stress with a bit of humor. Many have prior teaching experience, and ALL must be in good-standing in the dept (B or better). I believe this is a lovely advantage to the undergrads. There seem to be a plethora of collegiate non-academic activities (I'm a nerd and did not participate in anything that did not include a book & notepad). And a whole lot more!!!
Lauren B, 6 months ago
Denise Griego, 7 months ago
Was great. I received a kidney transplant and everything in the hospital was great. All team was really professional. They treated me like a family. I was there for 7 days. Was 6-South.
Maria Escajeda, 9 months ago
Been going to this methadone clinic for a couple years. It's a good clinic for pregnant woman who are seeking treatment from opiate dependence. Methadone is free while you're pregnant but mist of the time Medicaid pays for your dose. They are really strict there and honestly I think a little too strict. There is no Sunday take homes unless you earn your first step and you have to stay on your counselor ass to get it or else you will never get take homes. Another thing that's sux is that you have to go see your counselor or they will try to discharge u from the clinic if u miss appointments. Other than that its alright .
Star Siege, 10 months ago
Tiesa Quintana, 10 months ago
I just started their with asap on yale se an the people their are so nice and strive to keep you healthy an sober thanks asap
Theresa Dennshinnateano, 1 year ago
krystle gurule, 1 year ago