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University of New Mexico Childrens Psychiatric Center offers Mental Health Treatment services in Albuquerque, NM

University of New Mexico Childrens Psychiatric Center is categorized as a Mental Health treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at University of New Mexico Childrens Psychiatric Center, you may contact their Albuquerque offices via phone at 505-272-2890.

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Mya Gonzalez

2019-07-11 08:21:02 via Google

They helped me out and the staff is amazing, I just left to early and I wish I stayed longer

Trang Nguyen

2018-11-08 03:36:11 via Google

This place taught me coping skills to calm my suicidal thoughts. It really helped. The staffs were very caring and supportive. I really missed my family while being in that place. I thought it was a horrible idea being there at first. But now my suicidal thoughts are over thanks to them and my therapist Destiny W.

aylin castellanos

2018-04-17 23:56:24 via Google

I liked this place. When I first arrived, it was the only place I really felt secure and loved in. Not all staff is loving and caring, but I was lucky enough to get staff members who really cared and tried to connect with their patients. I made several friends here which really helped. I enjoyed my stay even though I was cut off connection with the outside world, and even though there wasn't a lot of things to do (due to it being fall season and it gets cold) I still enjoyed the atmosphere and environment. Yesterday marked a year after I was admitted to the hospital. I attempted overdose on pills while in school, I was rushed to the UNM hospital and after taken here. This place really cares, after I was dismissed after being 12 days in there (November 17, 2016-November 29, 2016) I was put into counseling which has had it's advantages and disadvantages. This place cares in my opinion. This is sometimes still considered my home at times...I do wish to return, but I cannot as I signed a contract when I was dismissed..

Debbie Jaramillo

2017-08-26 23:33:48 via Google

This hospital saved me sons life. He had Aspergers and had a severe anger issue. They taught him coping skills to deal with his anger. He is now grown and still uses the skills they taught him.

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