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New Mexico Mobility, Economic Resilience & Substance Use Disorder Workshop Series

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Thank you to all who joined the New Mexico Workshop Series!

On April 20 and May 6, stakeholders from North Central New Mexico joined state and federal partners to discuss mobility resources and opportunities to support recovery, work, housing, and regional resilience. Each workshop included a mix of presentations, panel discussion, and smaller group conversations.

April 20 Agenda (PDF)

Welcome and Introduction (includes NADO Research Foundation, USDA, and North Central New Mexico Economic Development District slides
Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder, Susan Seefeldt, NM Department of Health
Federal Resources for Public Transit, Don Koski, Federal Transit Administration Region VI
Innovations in Rural Mobility Beyond Traditional Transit, Karalyn Clouser, Western Transportation Institute – Montana State University

May 6 Agenda (PDF)

Welcome and Introduction (includes NADO Research Foundation, USDA, and North Central New Mexico Economic Development slides
Project ECHO, Dr. Snehal Bhatt, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, School of Medicine, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center
Treatment Access: Options and Resources, Jeremy Prather, Account Services Manager, Appriss Health OpenBeds on behalf of New Mexico Behavioral Health Referral Network (NMBHRN) Behavioral Health Services Division, Children, Youth Family Department, and Department of Health
Hoy Recovery and Hoy Farm Fresh, Ambrose Baros, Executive Director, Hoy Recovery and Hoy Farm Fresh

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This series is hosted by the North Central New Mexico Economic Development District and the National Association of Development Organizations Research Foundation, together with the Western Transportation Institute and National Rural Transit Assistance Program. Funding support has been provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

For questions, contact:
NADO Associate Director Carrie Kissel, ckissel @ nado.org


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