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We offer a broad range of trainings that support the long-term behavioral health and wellbeing of all New Mexicans. Together we can make things better.
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As New Mexico's public health institute we believe in – and deeply value – the power of community in creating wellbeing, resilience, diversity, inclusivity and equity. About CHI-PHI
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Health Policy Development, Implementation and Evaluation

As an independent nonprofit organization, CHI is uniquely situated to provide non-biased health policy analysis and engage multiple stakeholders in discussion and action. Examples of our health policy work include: Conducted a Health Impact Assessment of the quality and quantity of food available to low income families in New Mexico. Click here for the findings […]

Convening and Partnering

As an independent nonprofit, CHI is highly innovative and adaptable, which is not always the case with government agencies or universities. CHI is uniquely situated to engage a broad range of stakeholders, from grassroots non-profits to government agencies, in discussion and action to make communities healthier.  Recent convening of innovators include: Convened a 2007 Health […]

Research and Evaluation

CHI partners with universities and other researchers to provide community participatory research, as well as translation of existing data sources to inform healthcare systems, programs and policy. Research coauthored by CHI staff members includes: The Role of Community Health Centers in Assessing the Social Determinants of Health for Planning and Policy (2014); Advancing the Transition […]

Training and Technical Assistance

CHI staff provides strategic consulting and technical assistance to individual organizations, community coalitions, state and federal agencies and national associations and organizations. Our clients have included the New Mexico Primary Care Training Consortium, the National Center for Frontier Communities, the National REACH Coalition, the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy, the Centers for Disease Control […]