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  • 1-800-QUIT NOW

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    Call 1-800-QUIT NOW (1-800-784-8669) –For English
    1-855-DEJELO – YA (1-855-335-3569)– For Spanish
    TTY: 1-855-855-7081

    • 1-5 Coaching calls
    • 8-week supply of free nicotine gum, patch or lozenges
    • 10-call pregnancy protocol*, including post-partum calls
    • Youth protocol* for 13-17 year-olds
    • Educational material
    • Local cessation resources
    • Spanish-speaking Quit Coaches
    • Access to language line with translation for more than 200 languages
    • LGBTQ trained coaches in cultural compentency
    • Text Message Support (optional)
    • Integrated web coach (optional)
  • African American Tobacco Network of New Mexico

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    NMAAT has consistently provided activities, virtual and live workshops and events throughout New Mexico since 2004.  No Menthol Sundays are an example of work to specifically support NM African Americans.

    Each year NMAAT connects with different churches and is continuously reaching new people. In 2018, a minister not only used material in our sermons, but also shared them with his large following on social media. NMAAT outreach engages not only the church community directly, but also reaches more broadly as the church members who are influencers spread the word through their other social connections.

    Other examples of community-based events showcasing NMAAT’s outreach include Juneteenth and Black Expo. In 2018-19, the NMAAT developed content for an educational traveling display to be used with partners across the African American community. We are still seeking locations throughout the state where we might be invited to exhibit our display. Connect with us if you are interested in assisting us with an opportunity!

    In 2019 we engaged the New Mexico African American Artists’ Guild to help design a mobile exhibit for presentations and events. Its theme is “Black Wellness” and it is designed to not only net a great exhibit space, but also engages the communities’ vision of its best destiny.

  • Bold Futures

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    Bold Futures leads policy change, research, place-based organizing, and culture shift by and for women and people of color in New Mexico. Bold Futures centers the lived experiences and expertise of those most impacted by an issue, engaging with people at the intersection of their identities.

    We work to build communities where all have what we need to make real decisions about our own bodies and lives, and all have room to live with respect and dignity.

    Bold Futures was formerly known as Young Women United (YWU).

    Main office: (505)831-8930

  • Casa Q

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    Casa Q provides safe living options and services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQQ) youth, and allies who are at risk or experiencing homelessness.
    Albuquerque, NM
    (505) 872-2099

  • Families and Youth, Inc. (FYI)

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    FYI is a non-profit agency serving families and youth in the Las Cruces area

    Programs and Services:

    Next Rainbow Generation (NRG) is a youth-driven support group for the LGBTQ youth community that provides on-going peer led interventions and presentations pertaining to HIV/AIDS, STD, and LGBTQ issues. NRG promotes positive self-esteem, helps youth become informed on issues that affect the LGBTQ youth community, and advocates for health equality.

    Needle Exchange Program

    • Free & Confidential syringe exchange site
    • Distribution of new syringes & works
    • Disposal site of used syringes & works
    • Narcan distribution and overdose prevention education
    • Education for harm reduction practices and blood borne pathogens


    Ear acupuncture is a proven method to help reduce stress, food cravings, anxiety, and trauma/PTSD. It also aids in reducing symptoms due to: Alcohol use, tobacco use, tranquilizers, barbiturates, downers, methamphetamine, amphetamine, cocaine, narcotics like heroin, morphine, oxycodone, marijuana, prescription, and other drugs.

    Shift +

    Alcohol educational presentation on the harms associated with underage and binge drinking.

    Alcohol brief intervention to youth who experiencing alcohol-related issues.


    1320 S Solano Drive
    Las Cruces, New Mexico 88001
    P: (575) 522-4004


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    GLSEN (pronounced “glisten”) was founded in 1990 by a small, but dedicated group of teachers in Massachusetts who came together to improve an education system that too frequently allows its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) students to be bullied, discriminated against, or fall through the cracks.

    Past webinars on LGBT issues in K-12 education (Free)

    School Policy toolkit:

    Educator guides, inclusive curriculum, and more:

    Albuquerque Chapter: GLSEN Albuquerque


  • I Am Me: Understanding the Intersections of Gender, Sexuality, and Identity (41min)

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    “I am Me” is an educational training video that explores the challenges our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, etc. (LGBTQ+) young people face and how adults can be supportive allies. The video begins with the concepts of gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation and then explores the challenges that LGBTQ+ youth face through personal stories from young people and adult advocates. The video ends with youth sharing how they need to be supported and a checklist on how to participate in acts of allyship for LGBTQ+ youth. More resources for training found here: I_Am_Me_Resource_Guide
    This training is great for any adult who works with LGBTQ youth.

  • LGBTQ tobacco-free campaigns

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    This Free Life is a media campaign to educate the LGBTQ+ community about tobacco and nicotine use.

    Click here for the mobile-friendly This Free Life website.

    They have some great short PSA’s on Youtube.


    Behind the Haze educates young people about vaping and e-cigarettes.

    Click here for the mobile-friendly Behind the Haze website.

    Their youtube channel has informative videos for youth.

  • LGBTQ Tobacco/Nicotine Facts

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    Lesbian, gay, and bisexual New Mexicans use tobacco at a rate 50% higher than heterosexual people.

    [LGB (25.1%) vs. heterosexual (16.1%) Source: 2016-2018 NM BRFSS]


    Bisexual adults in New Mexico use tobacco at twice the rate of straight adults.

    [NM-IBIS, 2015-2017]


    More than half of gay and lesbian youth have used a tobacco or nicotine product compared to 30% of straight youth. 

    [NM-IBIS, 2017]


    59% of NM adult cigarette smokers made a serious quit attempt in the past year.

    (2016-2018 BRFSS, IBIS query:


    NM only recently started collecting information on transgender populations. Those data regarding tobacco use will be available in the coming years.

  • New Mexico Asian Family Center

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    New Mexico Asian Family center offers culturally sensitive programs and services creating a Pan-Asian Community that advocates for and supports itself.

    128 Quincy St NE
    Albuquerque, NM 87108
    (505) 717-2877

  • New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc.

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    If you are a survivor of sexual assault search this list for a provider near you:

    Sexual Assault Service Providers (SASP)

    If you are a survivor looking for a mental health provider who is knowledgeable about sexual abuse, see this list:

    New Mexico Mental Health Centers

    NMCSAP also has information and resources on the following topics

    General resources and information on consent, sexual violence, and abuse

    Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) programs and coordinators

    Sexual violence prention programs

    Video Trainings and Webinars

    Public Policy


  • New Mexico HIV-Hepatitis-STD guide

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    This online searchable resource guide will help you find the services you need.

    ~Search for a provider

    ~HIV testing and prevention

    ~Testing for sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and hepatitis A, B and C.

    ~Guide of harm reduction services, including syringe exchange, helpful to persons with or at risk of infectious diseases

    You don’t have to pay for an HIV test if you receive a test at your local public health office or local HIV prevention organization. If you have private insurance and ask for an HIV test from your doctor, co-pays or lab test fees may apply. Check with your insurance to make sure!