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Home | Doctors & Services | Services & Centers | Behavioral Health | Behavioral Health Clinics | PMG Behavioral Health at Lincoln County Medical Center (Ruidoso)

PMG Behavioral Health at Lincoln County Medical Center (Ruidoso)

Hours:

Mon-Fri: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Address:

211 Sudderth Dr.
Ruidoso, NM  88345 Map & Directions
http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=&daddr=211%20Sudderth%20Dr.,%20Ruidoso,%20NM,%2088345

Phone:

1-800-888-3689

Fax:

Not available

Behavioral health specialists at Lincoln County Medical Center provide professional and confidential counseling for families and individuals with emotional and mental health concerns through the Lincoln County Community Assistance Program. Our services are available at no-cost to Lincoln County residents of all ages.

The program includes:

  • A 24-hour-a-day, 7 days a week telephone hotline providing triage and counseling assistance by professional licensed staff.
  • Individuals and families can have up to five counseling sessions via phone or with a licensed counselor at no cost.
  • Resources help to defuse, assess and address challenging mental health situations
  • Short-term, solution-focused problem resolution addressing the following: relationship/marital difficulties, grief and loss issues, stress-related problems, mental health concerns (i.e. Depression, anxiety, etc.), financial problems, family issues, medical problems, alcohol/drug abuse, community resource needs, job related issues and other issues and problems negatively affecting one’s mental and physical health.