Articles by: NMCAL Admin

NMCAL on Spectrum KAZQ TV 32

NMCAL on Spectrum KAZQ TV 32

Wendy Linebrink-Allison, the New Mexico Crisis and Access Link Program Manager, was interviewed on KAZQ TV 32’s Spectrum Daily to explain what the crisis line and Warmline services are and how they can benefit all New Mexicans.  Click to watch the 10 minute...
Someone to Talk To: Options in NM

Someone to Talk To: Options in NM

The rate of suicides in New Mexico has risen by almost 20 percent in as many years. And June saw two high-profile celebrities die by suicide. New Mexicans have a few options if they want somebody to talk to. There’s the Warmline, created to help people who are feeling...
NM Crisis Counselors Offer Aid and Comfort

NM Crisis Counselors Offer Aid and Comfort

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — As news of Anthony Bourdain’s death ricochets around the nation and the state, healthcare workers are trying to increase awareness about suicide and mental health issues and the resources that are available to help people. Bourdain, a celebrity...

Peer to Peer Warmline Adds Texting

From U.S. News and World Report: New Mexico’s “warm line,” a peer-to-peer call line that helps residents struggling with substance abuse, grief, and suicidal thoughts, has introduced a texting option. The state’s Peer-to-Peer Warmline launched...

MHFA Top 100 Instructor

The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line’s Program Manager, Wendy Linebrink-Allison, was recognized as a Top 100 Instructor for Mental Health First Aid at the National Council for Behavioral Health’s NatCon18 Conference and Mental Health First Aid Instructor...

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