P006 Office of Facilities Management (FY17-FY19 Strategic Plan)

What We Do

The Office of Facilities Management (OFM) fulfills the NMDOH mission by providing:

  • Programs in mental health, substance abuse, long-term care, and physical rehabilitation in both facility and community-based settings;
  • Safety net services throughout New Mexico.
Who We Serve

OFM oversees six healthcare facilities and one community program. Most individuals served by NMDOH facilities have either complex medical conditions or psychiatric disorders that manifest in violent behaviors, and private sector providers are either unable or unwilling to serve these complex individuals, many of whom are remanded to NMDOH facilities by court order.

How We Impact

OFM staff cares for both, New Mexico adult and adolescent residents, who need continuous care 24 hours-a-day, 365 days-a-year.

Budget

FY17 OPERATING BUDGET: $140,535,800

  • General Funds: $60,050,700
  • Other Transfers: $1,114,000
  • Federal Funds: $7,787,500
  • Other State Funds: $71,583,600
Accomplishments

During FY17, some of OFM’s accomplishments included:

  • Turquoise Lodge Hospital received approval for its Intensive Outpatient Program. The Joint Commission is expected to survey in FY18; 1,180 inpatient admissions; improved quality of medical detox and social rehab program by increasing evidence based group programming.
  • Sequoyah Adolescent Treatment Center renovated four lodges improving living conditions and creating a “home like” environment.
  • Los Lunas Community Program is in full compliance with service standards at their Intermediate Care Facility for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities Services and Developmental Disability Waiver Services.
  • New Mexico Rehabilitation Center recruited and hired an Administrator; transitioned to Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment model.
  • New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute completed surveys for Long-Term Care, Adult Psychiatric Division, Center for Adolescent Relationship Exploration, and Community-Based Services; 95% patient satisfaction with care and services; 94% patient satisfaction with feeling safe.
  • Fort Bayard Medical Center implemented a music and memory program in the Veteran's unit demonstrating positive results of patient behavior; psychiatric technicians now helping with behaviorally challenged residents, which helps free up Certified Nursing Assistants.
  • New Mexico State Veteran’s Home's Memory Care Unit painted a mural on the door and walls reducing attraction to the exit door.
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