Prevention Program Manager, Behavioral Health Services Division
New Mexico Human Services Department
Santa Fe, NM
Jay Quintana is a Tribal member of the Pueblo of Kewa (Santo Domingo). He is currently certified as a Prevention Specialist through the New Mexico Credentialing Board for Behavioral Health Professionals. He has an Associates of Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice from Central New Mexico Community College. He works for the State of New Mexico’s Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (OSAP) as a Prevention Program manager/Synar coordinator. Prior to working for OSAP, he worked as a grant coordinator for The Kewa Family Wellness Center, in Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico. He is a certified trainer in Mental Health First Aid, Suicide prevention (QPR), and Alcohol/Tobacco merchant education. He provides naloxone trainings to include Train the trainer, opioid overdose prevention education, Opioid overdose recognition and response and harm reduction. He is married with four sons ranging in age from 22 years to 6 years. In his spare time he loves to farm and raise cattle. He grows organic green chile, corn, melons, watermelons, squash, alfalfa, and sudan. He has served his tribe as an appointed tribal leader in 2009.
Wednesday, April 24
7:15 AM – 8:30 AM