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Our Partners

Southwest Care reaches out to nonprofits, city, state and county government, foundations, community groups and for-profit businesses to create strong reciprocal relationships. Our partners contribute their ideas, collaborative efforts, financial and in-kind support and more to assist us in building a healthier community. For questions about these partnership and/or ideas about other possible partnerships please email info@southwestcare.org

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Santa Fe Data Platform

Using evidence to inform policy, funding, and community understanding.


University of New Mexico (UNM)

UNM gives free training, support and information on best practices to our providers and staff around appropriate prescriber behavior for non-cancer patients with chronic pain.


Santa Fe Human Rights Alliance (HRA)

The mission of the Santa Fe Human Rights Alliance (HRA) is to educate, engage, encourage, and celebrate LGBTQ+ inclusion, pride, and acceptance for all people.


Santa Fe Mountain Center & Santa Fe Recovery Center

Needle exchange & HIV/Hep C testing


Santa Fe County

Advisory Council for Accountable Health Community (AHC) Initiative

SCC provides input on AHC planning and implementation, including assistance with efforts to coordinate and collect data from SF County-funded navigators who assess and respond to the social determinants of health.

Technical assistance is also given by SCC to SF County on the development of the new Crisis and Assessment Center.


New Mexico Community Planning & Action Group (CPAG)

CPAG was founded in 1995 to ensure that the voices and expertise of the diverse communities impacted by HIV were included in planning. It has worked for over 20 years to ensure that New Mexico has excellent HIV prevention services.



Maestro Financial Partners


Hutton Broadcasting/SantaFe.com



Santa Fe New Mexican


Santa Fe Reporter


Santa Fe Behavioral Health Alliance

Trauma Informed Service Training

The ps://santafe.com/facilitator of the SFBHA provides training to SCC’s full staff to make us a more trauma-informed provider. To date, 35 staff have been trained and areas for improvement identified so that SCC can be sensitive to the needs of those who have experienced trauma.

For questions about these partnership and/or ideas about other possible partnerships please email info@southwestcare.org