Response to COVID-19

As a patient-focused community behavioral health center, the safety and wellbeing of our patients, staff and community members is of the utmost importance to us. In direct response to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are committed to ensuring that access to care at our facilities is impacted as little as possible.

We will keep our doors open to patients, offering virtual visits as much as possible. This includes telephone and video sessions. We have instituted protocols to evaluate patients for potential exposure and a referral plan for those that may need further evaluation. Facility hours remain intact for all locations. Call your specific location to schedule a telemedicine call your specific location:

  • Bernalillo: (505) 867-2383
  • Clayton: (575) 207-8900
  • Española: (505) 747-1991
  • Grants: (505) 287-7985
  • Los Lunas: (505) 865-3350
  • Moriarty: (505) 384-0220
  • Raton: (575) 383-2065
  • Santa Rosa: (575) 472-0745
  • Taos: (575) 751-7037

We encourage you to source your information about the coronavirus from reputable sources, specifically the CDC.

Any updates will be posted on our website and through social media channels.

Below are a list of FAQ’s about Valle del Sol’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Q: Where/How do I get screened or tested?
    • A: If you having trouble breathing, have a fever greater than 101 and have been in contact with someone who has been confirmed positive for COVID-19, please call 1-855-600-3453. The staff at the hotline number will guide your care and either direct you to a drive thru center to be tested in your vehicle or will offer other options.
  • Q: Can I get services without coming in?
    • A: Absolutely! ! We are providing telephone and video health services. Numbers for each clinic are listed above.
  • Q: Are the facilities clean and safe to visit?
    • A: Yes! We are following CDC recommended cleaning protocols at all sites, however we are offering telehealth visits as a first point of care.
  • Q: Can I bring someone with me to my in-person appointment?
    • A: Unfortunately, not at this time unless this person is your primary caregiver. For youth, a guardian is required for services. We are doing all we can to honor best practices around social distancing.

We will continue monitoring the situation and provide updates here and via our Facebook page.