Welcome to the website for the Substance Abuse Epidemiology Section (SAES). SAES collects and analyzes data on substance abuse in New Mexico and shares the results with community groups, policy makers, and other stakeholders. Examples of substance abuse data that SAESassesses include alcohol-related death, drug overdose death, excessive alcohol consumption, and naloxone distribution.

There are other programs within the Department of Health that also work to prevent negative health outcomes due to substance use. If you are looking for information about preventing prescription opioid overdose, please visit the Prescription Opioid Safety section of our website. If you are looking for information about harm reduction, including naloxone distribution and syringe services for people who are injecting drugs, please visit the Harm Reduction section of our website. If you are looking for information about tobacco use prevention and cessation, please visit the Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Programsection of our website.

Additionally, the SAES maintains a number of Substance Abuse Epidemiology Data Reports on New Mexico’s Indicator-Based Information System website.


SAES collects and analyzes data on substance abuse in New Mexico and shares the results with community groups, policy makers, and other stakeholders
Address
New Mexico Department-Health, South Saint Francis Drive, Santa Fe, NM, United States
Phone Number(s)
Call Office: (505) 476-1757
New Mexico Health Data - New Mexico Department-Health, South Saint Francis Drive, Santa Fe, NM, United States