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March 16th –Training - Roles and Responsibilities for Health Councils Health Council Regional Meeting Agenda.pdf

March 19th- Systemic Competency and Health Outcomes at Health Councils Talk Noon on Friday March 19th (zoom link

April  7th -    Training NMPHA Pre-Conference - Structural Competency with Jamie Michael, Dona Ana County Community Services Director - New Mexico Public Health Association - NMPHA Public Health Week Workshops  Register at

May 7th -  SE Region Annual Meeting “Fostering Community During COVID-19”  SE Region Health Council Meeting.pdf


May 20-21st – NM Public Health Association Conference.  Register at (Financial assistance available)

Our Mission: 

The mission of the New Mexico Alliance of Health Councils is to improve the health of all people living in New Mexico by supporting and strengthening county and tribal health councils, advocating for health equity, and by providing a strong voice for community and public health.

NM Advocacy Alliance

Advocacy means that you have the power to educate your local, state and federal leaders about the things that matter to you as a community member (constituent). Without your help, your community, state and national leaders may not realize the importance of the issues that change lives in your community. We want to make it easy for you to take action, build relationships with your representatives' offices, and highlight the work you are doing in your community.

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Community Health

New Mexico is a diverse state with a multitude of passionate people building and implementing community health initiatives to support our communities to be as healthy as they can be. We welcome your suggestions for this page. Contact us.

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The New Mexico Alliance of Health Councils gratefully acknowledges financial and other support from the following (in alphabetical order):

Con Alma Health Foundation

Presbyterian Center for Community Health

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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