Molina Healthcare of New Mexico is offering free support services for community residents impacted by the recent incident at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonial Parade. You can access traditional services, including healing and counseling, at no cost during this challenging time.
We are partnering with the Diné Hataałii Association, a Navajo Nation nonprofit dedicated to protecting and preserving traditional Navajo ceremonies. We welcome you to access care and services if you are in need. Please call or text Buffie Saavedra at (505) 269-8904 for more information. This is open to the public, and you do not have to be a Molina member. If you are a Molina member and are directly or indirectly affected by this tragedy, your Molina team is here to help you. Our Behavioral Health Crisis Line is available for anyone who needs support at (855) 597-1427.
The State of New Mexico also has implemented the new 988 system, a 24/7 lifeline for emotional, mental or substance use distress. Dial 988 or visit 988nm.org for more information.