Why it Matters

9 policies influenced

 

How we respond

214 children and young people advocating for systems change

 

How we respond

254 parents advocating for systems change

 

Staying informed and engaged

1,006 community-based stakeholders actively engaged

 

Partnering for a healthy change

214 children and young people advocating for systems change

 

Staying Informed and Engaged

70 decision makers engaged in community efforts

1
1

Network Member Sign-up

Network Member benefits include the opportunity to:

  • Be part of a statewide network in New Mexico to advance health equity.
  • Engage in the HEP’s peer learning community and make critical connections via gatherings and the online forum.
  • Receive priority points for the 2017 small group gathering application process.
  • Submit news, accomplishments, job announcements, events, to the HEP newsletter/website calendar.
  • Learn about the HEP’s opportunities via our newsletter.
Apply Now!

Newsletter Sign-up

Learn about the NMHEP’s events, volunteer opportunities, and efforts via our newsletter.

Read our latest Newsletter here.

Signup Now!

Your donation makes it possible for every New Mexican to have an opportunity live a healthy life. Thank you!
Donations are accepted through the SFCF donation portal, via phone, and email. Please contact us if you have any questions at 505-490-1202 or email jjensen@nmhep.org.

Donate Now!

Partners

New Mexico needs residents actively involved in making a difference, and it needs communities serving as a galvanizing force to inform decision makers. HEP is creating spaces and processes to make this possible. We do this by connecting people, community groups, and decision makers. We bring together organizations and communities working on diverse movements. Our partnership is a statewide network that consists of four core partners and over 90 network members (grassroots organizations and community members in 15 counties) organizing and mobilizing around diverse issues. We primarily work with groups led by community members most directly impacted by the issues.

Upcoming Events

Tue 27

Giving Tuesday

November 27, 2018
Dec 06

A Gathering for Building an Environmental Public Health Network in New Mexico

December 6, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
University of New Mexico Central Campus
(505) 277-2903

Community Based Research

NMHEP uses a unique, multi-stakeholder statewide approach tailored to grassroots community assets and needs. This approach draws on the collective strengths of diverse partners and allies. The Partnership highly values cultural knowledge and engages communities by building on their assets to advocate for policy change.

Please explore the resources in this section and let us know if you have any questions.

Resources