COVID-19 testing and treatment incident documentation

The current public health emergency has exposed barriers to healthcare that many immigrant communities encounter. Together we can inform our state officials and agencies about the problems and concerns that communities face when they seek COVID-19 testing and treatment.

Please help us document any problems and concerns to present to the Human Services Department, the Department of Health, and the Governor’s office. The information gathered will surface systemic issues that can inform our advocacy during the COVID-19 crisis. It can also help us identify systemic issues for work toward healthcare justice beyond the crisis: to make healthcare affordable and accessible for all of our communities. 

Personal information will remain confidential and will not be shared with government agencies.

Use this English form or this Spanish form to record problems, issues, barriers, and concerns that our immigrant community members face when seeking COVID-19 testing and treatment. You can also email or call the NM Dream Team and the NM Center on Law & Poverty to add to or in place of using the form. 

Personal information will remain confidential and will not be shared with government agencies.

In the form, please record:

  • any fees for testing or treatment
  • information requested in order to receive these services
  • lack of interpretation in your language
  • any denial of treatment
  • other issues or concerns 

Please contact us with any questions.

Felipe Rodriguez, Campaign Manager
NM Dream Team felipe@nmdreamteam.org (505) 210-2966

Fernanda Banda, Team Advocacy Lead
NM Dream Team ferbanda65@gmail.com

Verenice Peregrino Pompa, Attorney
NM Center on Law & Poverty verenice@nmpovertylaw.org (505) 225-1714

Alex Williams, Analyst
NM Center on Law & Poverty alex@nmpovertylaw.org (505) 226-3856

Molly Graver, Director of Healthcare
NM Center on Law & Poverty molly@nmpovertylaw.org