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New Mexico

Transforming Health Care and Education Access for New Mexicans for More Than 20 Years

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We want every New Mexican to have the best-possible health care and educational opportunities. Embracing New Mexico’s cultural diversity and rural communities, ECHO-trained providers and educators are improving people’s well-being from Shiprock to Lovington.

Our Impact in New Mexico

744 Number of ECHO Programs Attended Since 2006
344,000 New Mexicans Benefitted from ECHO's Health Programs in 2023
237,000 Number of Attendances in ECHO Sessions Since 2006
14,000 Children in New Mexico Benefitted from ECHO's Education Programs in 2023
100% of New Mexico Counties Have ECHO Participants
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What makes a difference for me is when families say they have their ‘person’ back: seeing their granddaughter, daughter, friend, or sister in recovery. That’s what ECHO is doing in New Mexico with these programs.”

Dr. Francheska Gurule

ECHO Hub Team Member, New Mexico Improving Perinatal Health ECHO Program (Albuquerque, NM)

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With ECHO, I love sharing strategies with other teachers. It’s especially helpful to learn things for my students with an IEP [Individualized Education Program]. I’m really thankful for the program.”

Myra Garcia

Elementary School Teacher, ECHO Participant, New Mexico Structured Literacy Education ECHO Program (Grants, NM)

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Working with incarcerated people—and people with ‘lived experience’—I see a whole group of people with lives that have changed phenomenally, and who wouldn’t be where they are today without Project ECHO.”

Jason Myers

ECHO Participant, New Mexico Peer Education Program (Albuquerque, NM)

ECHO Programs in New Mexico

Data updated weekly. Click dots for details. Email us with questions or accessibility support.

San Juan Rio Arriba Taos Colfax Union Los Alamos McKinley Sandoval Santa Fe Mora Harding San Miguel Quay Cibola Bernalillo Valencia Torrance Guadalupe De Baca Curry Catron Socorro Lincoln Chaves Roosevelt Grant Sierra Hidalgo Luna Doña Ana Otero Eddy Lea

Attendances in ECHO Sessions

  • 5,000+ Attendances
  • 1,000-4,999 Attendances
  • 1-999 Attendances

*Totals calculated since 2006 for participants who registered with a New Mexico mailing address

News & Stories

Maternal Child Health

Amplifying Maternal Health Substance Use Disorder ECHOs in New Mexico

Two doctors, located 140 miles apart, use the ECHO Model to increase services for pregnant people with substance use disorder.

HIV/AIDS

Transforming HIV Care in Native Communities 

Indian Health Service providers leverage the ECHO Model, improving HIV treatment options in the Southwest.

Education

Educators Boost Literacy Knowledge through ECHO Education Program

WATCH: See how Project ECHO is applying the groundbreaking ECHO Model to New Mexico’s literacy crisis.

53 ECHO Programs
in New Mexico

From child mental health to diabetes, Project ECHO is bringing best practices to local practitioners in health and education to all 33 counties in New Mexico.

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