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The team at Peak Behavioral Health Services offers several levels of care to meet the needs of our community for adolescentsadultsseniors and the military. These mental health programs are structured and designed to support those who are struggling with a mental health challenge in their lives. Discharge planning with family or caregiver involvement begins upon admission. Our service areas include Santa Teresa, El Paso, Las Cruces, and Albuquerque.

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  • "I received the absolute best care, especially on the military unit. Staff was great, especially Mr. Dalton, Daniel the RN, and Yvonne the MHT. The therapists were great as well, especially Mr. Bobby and Sandra. I was treated with utmost kindness and respect."

    Former Patient
  • "The facility is phenomenal. The groups and the staff from the techs to the nurse to admission to discharge, everyone is awesome."

    Former Patient
  • "PBHS diversity in cultural and education has provided a wonderful experience of team work! Wonderful place to work and grow! The plus side is knowing we ALL make a difference in the patients’ lives with care, compassion and dedication!"

    Peak Staff Member
  • " I checked myself in this place. I didn't know what I needed. I didn't even know I could trust anyone, all I knew was that I needed help. I owe Peak my life."

    Former Patient


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Peak Behavioral Health partners with the behavioral health community, non-profit and leading organizations. Through working with these organizations and community members, we are able to better support and provide services that are specific to each community.

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Peak Behavioral Health

5065 McNutt Rd. | Santa Teresa, NM 88008

Non-admission facility calls: 575-589-3000


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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update:

For the health and safety of our patients and employees, we have precautionary measures in place and continue to monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and recommendations related to COVID-19. Our facility is fully operational to serve the needs of our community.

To help contain the community spread of the virus, we have decided to cease in-person visitation of patients by family, friends, and others until further notice.  Arrangements will be made to accommodate virtual visitation.