Youth crisis shelters aren’t set up to deal with foster youth who need intensive mental health treatment. When teens try to harm themselves or others, staff resort to calling 911.
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New Mexico Struggles to Follow Through on Promises to Reform Child Welfare System
New Mexico Struggles With Reforming Child Welfare System
New Mexico cities resist building encampments, despite one’s success to the south
Off the radar
2,300 homeless youths in Albuquerque — and most of them out of sight
After the fire
Northern New Mexico residents are left on their own to face major flooding.
Redlined and reeling
Here’s what happens when rural New Mexicans are priced out of homeowners insurance. Or denied it altogether.
In the San Juan Basin, small oil and gas firms like Hilcorp reap profits from high-polluting wells. The impacts are major.
When the new suicide hotline debuts, will New Mexico drop the call?
As the 988 rollout looms, demands for improved mental health services go largely unanswered
At the border of the American dream
The hidden world of New Mexico’s colonias