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New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department and the Public Education Department partner to bring valentines to seniors

February 11, 2022

Handmade valentine cards will be distributed to seniors across the state ...

Caregiver Cooperatives

Caregiver Cooperatives Information...

Senior Citizen Constituent Forums

Senior Citizen Constituent Forums: Forums focusing on Senior Issues...

Temperatures in Northern New Mexico continue to drop and Southern New Mexico braces for potential snowfall

December 18, 2021

State urges residents to take precautions and check on neighbors amidst extreme weather....

Emergency Resources

Information on emergency resources...

CCRC Rule Making

The Aging & Long-Term Services Department (Department) is proposing to repeal and replace New Mexico Administrative Code (NMAC) Rule 9.2.24 NMAC - Rate and Fee Increases by Continuing Care Communities....

Medicare

Information regarding Medicare and Medicare Open Enrollment...

Aging Network Plans

The Area Plan describes the AAA’s future activities over the coming four years....

Aging Network

Do you need help with any of the following? We can help. Call us toll-free at 1-800-432-2080....

Governor Lujan Grisham and State Agencies Recognize National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

September 13, 2021

Today, on World Suicide Prevention Day, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham encourages New Mexicans to monitor their mental well-being and to be on the lookout for signs of mental distress in loved ones....

43rd Annual Conference on Aging - Call for Partners

August 31, 2021

43rd Annual Conference on Aging - Call for Partners...

Advertising Kits

Password protected advertising kit portal...

Contact the State Ombudsman Program

Contact the State Ombudsman Program...

Contact the Albuquerque Senior Affairs Department

Contact the Albuquerque Senior Affairs Department...

Health Status

Health Status of Older Adults in New Mexico...

Reopening Guidance

Reopening Guidance for Senior Centers and Adult Day Care...

Best Practices

Best Practices...

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