Behavioral Health

Roosevelt County is partnering with entities throughout the region to work to address the behavioral health challenges facing communities. The County is taking a multi-pronged approach and actively engaged in the 9th Judicial District Behavioral Health Leadership Council. 

Grants and Trainings

Roosevelt County was awarded grant funding through an applications with the New Mexico Sentencing Commission and Administrative Offices of the Courts. We hosted a Behavioral Health Mini Symposium to begin the training and development process by providing free training and CEUs to behavioral/mental health professionals, therapists/counselors, and educators. Mental Health and Crisis Communication Training was provided to helping professionals. This was followed by Basic & Advanced Crisis Intervention classes along with De-Escalation and Calming the Crisis, and Narcan training classes. 

The next series of training opportunities will focus on first responder peer support. Click here to view the course flyer.

Feb. 26-29, 2024 — 8a to 5p daily. – Free Peer Support Training for First Responders at the Clovis Carver Library Ingram Room  (701 N. Main St., Clovis) 

March 25-28, 2024 — 8a to 5p daily. – Free Peer Support Training for First Responders at the Jake Lopez Community Center (705 E. Lime St., Portales) 

Click here to sign up for either of these trainings. 
Peer Support Training Registration | Roosevelt County 



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