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Robert Galligan, LPCC, LADACSupportive Psychotherapist ViewPoint Rehabilitation Center
Mr. Galligan, a Harvard Graduate, has been a consultant and in private practice since 1988. He is a consultant to private residential in-patient and out-patient treatment centers and provides professional and private practitioner clinical services to individuals, couples and families in the area of substance abuse and dependency, relationships, growth and change. Mr. Galligan has a lengthy relationship with New Mexico’s District Courts. He provides private practitioner services and testimony to the 2nd and 13th Districts’ Family Court in high conflict custody, custody reintegration and substance use cases for parents, children and families. He also provides private practitioner services for the 2nd District Civil Court in DWI multi-offender license restoration assessment cases for individuals.Show Bio
Sylvia BarelaProgram Director Santa Fe Recovery Center
Sylvia Barela is Chief Operations Officer of the Santa Fe Recovery Center. She is the business manager for SFRC and handles financials, human resources, accreditation, risk management, and building maintenance. She also supervises reception, intake, and direct care management. Sylvia was born and raised in New Mexico. She has been with the Santa Fe Recovery Center since February of 2006. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from New Mexico State University and a Masters in Business Administration degree from the University of Phoenix. She enjoys working in a field that "makes a difference in the world."Show Bio
Jeff LaMureExecutive Director Vista Taos Renewal Center
Jeff is a 28-year veteran in the substance abuse recovery community and holds a certificate as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. He was born in Roswell, New Mexico yet spent most of his adult life in Texas where he attended the University of Texas at Dallas and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology in 1988. Jeff began his career by working with adolescents at an in-patient unit of Timberlawn Psychiatric Hospital in Dallas where he developed a tremendous compassion for those who suffer and need care. He has held various positions in both psychiatric hospitals and substance abuse treatment centers since his own personal journey into recovery began in 1987. In the substance abuse treatment industry, Jeff is well-known as someone who understands what solid recovery looks like and supports that reputation through daily action. Over the years Jeff has witnessed countless miracles in the ravaged lives of many, many people who have been touched by alcoholism and drug addiction and he has made it his own personal mission to help those who have lived under the profound oppression of their disease to find their way to the recovery that he knows all too well.Show Bio
- New Mexico ranks 2nd in treatment centers servicing/accepting no payment accepted per 100,000 residents. Hawaii is ranked slightly better, ranked 1. South Dakota is just 1 spot worse, ranked 3 out of the United States.
- When adjusted for population, New Mexico ranks 3rd in treatment centers servicing/accepting LGBTQ. Wyoming is just 1 spot better, ranked 2 out of the United States. Utah is ranked one spot worse at spot 4.
- For members of military families clients, New Mexico ranks 4th in population-adjusted treatment centers. Idaho is ranked one spot better at spot 3. Kentucky is just 1 spot worse, ranked 5 out of the United States.
- New Mexico is 4th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting other treatment approaches. Maine is ranked one spot better at spot 3. Wyoming is just 1 spot worse, ranked 5 out of the United States.
- New Mexico ranks 5th in treatment centers servicing/accepting veterans per 100,000 residents. Idaho is ranked one spot better at spot 4. Alaska is ranked one spot worse at spot 6.
For people who work in drug rehab in New Mexico, prescription painkillers are considered enemy number one. According to the State of New Mexico Department of Health, sales of prescription painkillers within the state increased 131.3 percent between 2001 and 2010, and during that same period, the drug overdose rate in the state rose 61.8 percent. It’s an alarming statistic, but even more alarming, some people in the state are turning to heroin at the end of a long journey that began with prescription painkillers. Jennifer Weiss of the Heroin Awareness Committee in New Mexico explained the progress in this way in an article in the New York Times: “Once they get addicted, they eventually can’t afford the pills anymore. Once you run out of your supply, it makes the most economic sense to start using heroin.
If you’re addicted to prescription painkillers, or you’ve already made the leap to heroin, life can seem pretty dark and bleak, and you might even believe that there’s no one available that can help. The truth is that there are many New Mexico drug rehab centers that are open and ready to work with you in order to help you leave your addiction behind.
*Overdose Signs and Symptoms
Until you get treatment for your addiction, you’ll remain at risk of an overdose to the drugs you’re taking. While the signs of an overdose can vary dramatically, depending on the drugs you’ve consumed, common signs include:
- A sense of profound sleepiness
- A lack of coordination or muscle control
- Nausea or vomiting
- Paranoia or delusions
- Feeling chilled or cold
If you notice these signs in yourself, or you see them in someone else that you know has been taking drugs, go to a hospital or call 911 right away. The overdose death rate in New Mexico stands at 27 per 100,000 people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, meaning the state leads the way in death. Don’t be part of that statistic.New Mexico Treatment Programs
There are many different avenues you can explore in order to beat back your addiction issue. Some people, for example, choose to enroll in private treatment programs for addiction, and they rely on private payments or insurance coverage in order to pay for the care they’ll obtain.
If you’d like some help in finding a program to meet your needs, just call our toll-free line. We’re happy to help match you to just the right program that can help you to heal. There are also multiple nonprofit agencies in New Mexico that might be able to assist you if you’re unable to afford traditional care. Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless, for example, provides drug treatment programs as part of its effort to address the root causes of homelessness. The Amity Foundation also provides some services in New Mexico, including specialized services for women with addiction. We can also help you find programs just like this.
Most addiction treatment facilities won’t require reams of paperwork or intense physical exams before you can be admitted. Some programs even allow people to enroll right over the phone, and in just a few minutes, you can be fully prepared to begin the journey toward sobriety.