Behavioral Health

First Nations Community HealthSource’s Behavioral Health Services offers a comprehensive and culturally sensitive mental health and substance abuse counseling program that utilizes a holistic approach to wellness.

Behavioral Health Services are available for children, adolescents, adults, families, Behavioral Health iconcouples, and groups. Our services incorporate evidence-based practices that are culturally appropriate and are provided in the community, including the Native American Community Academy, Wilson Middle School, Emerson Elementary School, Grant Middle School, and other community partners.

Services include:

  • Assessments
  • Psychiatry-Adult only
  • Complementary therapies including
  • EMDR
  • Referrals
  • Wrap-around services
  • Sexual assault prevention education and case management
  • Walk-in intakes
  • Alcohol education classes
  • Acupuncture
  • Traditional healing
  • Case management
  • AA meetings
  • Drug screenings
  • Co-occurring disorders treatment
  • 24 hour crisis phone service
  • Massage
  • Traditional Counseling
  • Case management for supportive housing and support services
  • Domestic violence prevention education and case management
  • Opiod Addiction Services
  • Adult Intensive Outpatient Substance Use Treatment
  • Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Seeking Safety Groups
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Dialectical Beharvioral Therapy
  • Moral Reconation Therapy
  • Youth Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Trauma Informed Care
  • Gambling Addiction

    All ages served. First Nations Community HealthSource prioritizes care to pregnant women. To schedule an appointment please call
505-262-6520 for mental health and child/family services and 505-515-3912 for substance use services (If you do not receive a call back within 48 hours, please call      505-262-6546)

         BHS clients can also call our 24-hour emergency crisis hotline @ 505-934-1694 or After hours questions can be answered through the Call4Health help line at         505 715 4206

BHS clients should call the BHS offices from 8-5 weekdays.

Domestic Violence Prevention and Education

First Nations Community HealthSource provides a range of services aimed at the prevention of domestic violence. In addition to case management services, the program provides domestic violence prevention and healthy relationship education sessions to adults and youth and services.

Services provided are:

  • Case Management
  • Placement into Safe Shelters
  • Safety Planning
  • Prevention Education
  • Linkages to Care

    Gambling Addiction Prevention and Treatment
    Through a partnership with Sandia Resort and Casino, First Nations provides gambling addiction screenings and treatment for individuals who may be unaware of their gambling addiction or those who are already facing challenges with gambling addiction. To schedule an appointment or request more information, please contact 505-515-3912.

    If you would like more information about these services, you may fill out the Contact Page on this website or call 505-262-6520 for mental health and child/family services or 505-515-3912 for substance use services, including IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program).