The New Mexico Department Of Health
Public Health Division
The Family Health Bureau implements preventive services to reproductive age women, mothers, infants, children, adolescents/youth, including children and youth with special health care needs, and their families. The needs of these populations are assessed and data collected to use in policy decision making.
Family Planning Program
Ongoing staff training is provided by a Regional Title X training grant that covers Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. If you are providing Title X family planning services in New Mexico and you are not receiving notice of Title X trainings, please call (505) 476-8882 and ask to be added to our list of providers for training updates.
All Title X family planning staff in New Mexico must complete three trainings within 30 days of hire.
Certificates of completion must be kept for each person who has contact with family planning clients at the worksite for audits.
The three training CDs were provided to each clinic site for staff use in January of 2006.
The trainings can also be accessed through this web site.
Please keep your certificates of completion with your supervisor's signature on file at your worksite.