New Mexico State Government Agencies

All 12 agencies

  • Court of Appeals

    241 forms 2 contacts

  • Department of Health

    337 forms 45 contacts

    The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) is one of the executive branch agencies of the State of New Mexico. Our mission is to promote health and wellness, improve health outcomes, and assure safety net services for all people in New Mexico.

  • Human Services Department
  • Judicial Branch

    687 forms 1 contacts

    The Administrative Office of the Courts exists to enable the courts of New Mexico to accomplish their mission through:

    Ensuring that the courts have adequate, equitably distributed resources;

    Ensuring that the courts have and use current technology;

    Providing a fair and equitable statewide human resources system;

    Developing and implementing improved court processes and supporting courts in their use;

    Collecting and providing information on and for the courts;

    Managing and accounting for the collection of revenue;

    Ensuring sound financial, budgeting and procurement practices in the management of court resources;

    Providing administrative support for the magistrate courts;

    Maintaining liaison with the legislative and executive branches of state government

  • Motor Vehicle Division

    90 forms 1 contacts

    Mission is the outstanding service to the motoring public- every customer, every transaction, every time.

  • New Mexico District Bankruptcy Court

    75 forms 1 contacts

    Mission is to provide excellent public service at all times.

  • New Mexico Federal Public Defender

    2 forms

  • New Mexico Prob/Pretrial Office
  • New Mexico Temporary Assistance for Needy Families

    4 forms

  • Secretary of State

    121 forms 1 contacts

  • State Land Office

    133 forms 12 contacts

  • Supreme Court

    387 forms 1 contacts

    The Supreme Court consists of five Justices, who serve eight-year terms. The extensive responsibilities of the Justices reflect their collective role as the highest court, and court of last resort, in the state of New Mexico with the duty to oversee the entire New Mexico Judiciary. The Supreme Court’s mandatory, exclusive appellate jurisdiction includes capital appeals, appeals from the Public Regulation Commission, and appeals in election challenges.