New Mexico Public Health Association

Log in

Donate to NMPHA

Welcome the NMPHA 20-21 Board of Directors! 

NMPHA Board of Directors 20-21.xlsx

 NMPHA is starting a Book Club! First meeting is Thursday, August 27, 12 - 1pm

Register HERE for zoom link.  We will discuss Valerie Rangel's recent book Environmental Justice in New Mexico: Counting CoupClick here to purchase book.

Statement on George Floyd's Death: Racism is a Public Health Crisis

COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") Pandemic Information:

New Mexico Department of Health Hotline: 1-855-600-3453

New Mexico Department of Health Online Information

American Public Health Association Prevention Information


Becoming a member is easy and opens you up to a variety of perks, especially when it comes to our annual events! 

Learn more about membership here!

Social networks

Follow us on social media and stay in the loop with all of the great things going on in New Mexico!

NMPHA Priority Areas

Environmental     Health and Justice

Environmental health addresses the interrelationship between human health and the environment, and strives to improve the quality of both the natural and built environment. Environmental justice is the understanding that all racial, ethnic, and income groups have the right to equal treatment and protection under environmental statutes, regulations and practices, and that those policies should be consciously designed to protect human health and reduce disparities within and among communities.

Universal access to health care

Every person in New Mexico is entitled to quality, comprehensive health care as a human right, regardless of income, geographic location, or immigration status.

Social determinants of health

Where we live, learn, work and play can have a greater impact on how long and how well we live than medical care. Our zip code affects our health more than our genetic code. These are some of the messages that help illustrate the growing understanding that the health of individuals and populations is influenced by a complex set of inter-related social and economic determinants including:  income/wealth, education, employment status, housing, food security, early childhood experiences, environment (both built and natural), and discrimination based on race/ethnicity or other personal characteristics.

NMPHA is always accepting donations!

NMPHA is a volunteer-run membership organization. In today's climate, functioning without grants is difficult, so we're always open to donations so we can continue bringing great content and resources to the public health community!

Many thanks!

Donation goal

NMPHA has been around for the past 100 years to work to help improve the state of health in New Mexico. Help make our next Health Policy Legislative Forum and Annual Conference even better by donating today!
Goal: $5,000.00
Collected: $5,165.00

If you are donating for sponsorship for one of our events, please fill out the form below, and submit to

© New Mexico Public Health Association
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software