NMHEP Services

NMHEP’s Health Impact Assessment Services

The NMHEP has trained communities and organizations across New Mexico on how to use Health Impact Assessment to elevate community voice as part of decision making and to ensure community health is prioritized.

Interested in Health Impact Assessment?

Please take a moment to read an overview of our wide array of Health Impact Assessment services and complete the survey so we can assess continued community interest in Health Impact Assessment and how NMHEP, through our, Health Impact Assessment services may best support your social justice and community health efforts in the future.


NMHEP’s Planning and Design of Community- Focused Convenings

September 28, 2016 at 2pm MST & October 19, 2016 at 10am MST

With the New Mexico Health Equity Partnership Team – Jinelle Scully, David Gaussoin, and Jessica Jensen

During this webinar participants will explore how to effectively design community-focused gatherings that are aligned with project values, facilitate peer learning, and promote cross-stakeholder collaboration.


The webinar will be hosted on both September 28, 2016 at 2pm & October 19, 2016 at 10am MST

For more information please contact Jinelle Scully at jscully@nmhep.org

Here are some quotes from past participants-

“I don’t think there is anyone else in NM creating the space at the state level to address the intersecting root causes of inequity.”

“As I looked around the room, I would say that I had to gasp. I had never been in the midst of such a caring group of leaders who were so well informed about the issues at hand, but who also were so Caring, I found myself Gasping (upon entering), There was a determined, but gentle caring in the air, at every table, across the entire room. It was a gentle, but strong energy that permeated each interaction and the building of community before my very eyes. It was truly amazing. This signified to me the amount of planning that went into getting to this point of caring so early into the gathering. The activities were carefully selected and showed that the leadership had great skills in building community”