Find New Mexico state Alzheimer’s organizations, end of life resources, hospice and palliative care, support groups, legal advocacy, and more.
2014 Alzheimer’s Facts: New Mexico State
- Number of people with an Alzheimer’s diagnosis: 34,000
- Expected increase in diagnoses by 2025: 55.9%
- Number of Alzheimer’s Care Unit Beds: 59
Top Cities in New Mexico offering Memory CareAlbuquerque
Monthly costs in neighboring states
Hospice and Palliative Care
Advocating excellence in services, promoting ethical practices, and fosters education and research.
Hospice Care in Santa Fe, NM.
Delivering uncompromised excellence in hospice services wherever you need them, whether that is in your home, at a nursing or assisted living facility, or in an inpatient facility.
Specialized care to people living with terminal illness while giving support to their loved ones.
A resource that serves its membership by facilitating advocacy, networking, education and communication to promote success and best practices in home and hospice care and related support services.
Area Agency on Aging
- Non Metro Area Agency on Aging – Santa Fe
- Office of Indian Elder Affairs – Santa Fe
- New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department – Santa Fe
- Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos, Inc.-Elderly Program – Bernalillo
- Pueblo de Cochiti -Cochiti Pueblo Elderly Program – Cochiti Pueblo
- Jicarilla Apache Tribe – Dulce
- Pueblo of Isleta Elderly Program – Isleta
- Pueblo of Jemez – Senior Citizens Program – Jemez Pueblo
- Mescalero Apache Tribe-Elderly Program – Mescalero
- Pueblo of Acoma Senior Center – Pueblo of Acoma
- Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council (Picuris, etc.) – San Juan Pueblo
- Santo Domingo Pueblo Tribe Elderly Program – Santo Domingo Pueblo
- Pueblo of Taos – Taos Pueblo Senior Citizen Program – Taos
- Pueblo of Zuni- Senior Center Elderly Services – Zuni
- City of Albuquerque Area Agency on Aging – Albuquerque