Free CNA Training in New Mexico

Training to become a CNA is a good option if you are looking for a fast and inexpensive way to enter into the healthcare field or if you are looking for a more advanced career in healthcare.  You will need to locate a state certified nursing assistant training school and pass the certification exam in order to become certified.  Read below for free training opportunities:

It is not uncommon for nursing care facilities and even some hospitals to offer CNA training on-site.  These facilities will often hire individuals who they think will provide excellent care as nursing assistants.  The agency will then pay for the individual to complete their CNA training.  Prospective CNAs can receive free cna training as long as they use that training to work as a CNA for the healthcare facility providing training for awhile.

Colleges and other forms of higher education often offer nursing assistant training as well.  Some of these programs are for credit hours and others are not.  You should contact the financial aid office to determine if the CNA classes make you eligible to apply for any grants or scholarships.  You might find that there are organizations and departments in your community that provide scholarships and grants.  You should take the time to apply for some free cna training options that you feel you might qualify for in order to increase the possibility of receiving free cna training.

Talk to your caseworker if you are currently receiving welfare benefits for yourself or your family.  You might be able to access funds to help you cover the cost of CNA training if you are looking to start a new career in order to become self sufficient.  Do not be shy about expressing your interest in training for a job as a CNA.

Nursing homes in New Mexico that might give CNA training for free

Note: These nursing homes DO NOT Provide CNA training directly. It is however common for nursing homes to employ you and then pay for your training at another facility.

Carlsbad Medical Center – 2430 West Pierce Street   Carlsbad, New Mexico 88220

Casa Arena Blanca Nursing Ctr – 205 Moonglow Ave.   Alamogordo, New Mexico 88310

Casa De Oro – 1005 Lujan Hill Road   Las Cruces, New Mexico 88005

Casa Del Sol – 2905 East Missouri   Las Cruces, New Mexico 88011

Casa Maria Health Care Center – 1601 South Main   Roswell, New Mexico 88201

Casa Real – 1650 Galisteo Street   Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501

Cedar Ridge Inn – 800 Saguaro Trail   Farmington, New Mexico 87401

Clayton Nursing & Rehabilitation – 419 Harding   Clayton, New Mexico 88415

Colfax General Ltc/Lab – 615 Prospect Avenue   Springer, New Mexico 87747

Laurel Plains Healthcare – 1400 W. 21st St.   Clovis, New Mexico 88101

Laurel Ridge Healthcare – 1201 Norris Street   Clovis, New Mexico 88101

Laurel View Health Care Center – 5900 Forest Hills Drive Ne   Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109

Lea County Good Samaritan – 1701 North Turner   Hobbs, New Mexico 88240

Lea Regional Medical Center – 5419 N Lovington Highway   Hobbs, New Mexico 88240

Los Amigo Care Center – 1148 Blue Hole Road   Santa Rosa, New Mexico 88435

Lovelace Transitional Care Unit – 5400 Gibson Se   Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108

Retirement Ranches Inc. – 2221 Dillon Street   Albuquerque, New Mexico 87101

Rio Rancho Nursing & Rehabilitation – 4210 Sabana Grande Se   Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87124

Ruidoso Care Center – 200 Resort Drive   Ruidoso, New Mexico 88355

San Juan Manor – 806 West Maple   Farmington, New Mexico 87401

Santa Fe Care Center – 635 Harkle Road   Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505

Sierra Health Care Center – 1400 Silver Street   T Or C, New Mexico 87901

Silver City Care Center – 3514 Fowler Ave   Silver City, New Mexico 88061

Socorro Good Samaritan Village – 1203 Highway 60 West   Socorro, New Mexico 87801

Sombrillo Nursing & Rehabilita – 1011 Sombrillo Court   Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544

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2 Responses to Free CNA Training in New Mexico

  1. Michael Akuffo October 8, 2012 at 11:10 pm #

    I am interested in becoming a certified CNA License holder, but i don’t know how to go about it in getting myself enrolled, the duration it will take me to complete and the amount it will cost me. please if you show me how to go about it i will be very happy.

    Thank you

    • Stella Sedillo February 25, 2013 at 1:45 pm #

      Would like all the info. I can get to acquire my CNA license.

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