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Clinical Services

The University of New Mexico Speech-Language-Hearing Center (UNMSLHC) offers audiology and speech services to the general public.  Clinical services are provided by graduate students under direct supervision of licensed American Speech-Language Hearing Association-certified clinical instructors, with expertise in hearing, speech, language, voice, and early childhood communication.

At the UNMSLHC, clients include all age groups, from infants to older adults.  The Center provides a range of services including accent modification, aphasia, apraxia of speech, articulation, auditory processing disorders, aural rehabilitation, autism spectrum disorders, brain injury rehabilitation, dysarthria due to a variety of neurological disorders, language delay, stuttering, voice, and voice and communication therapy for clients who are transgender or transsexual. 

The security and privacy of clinical records is protected by professional ethics (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) and federal legislation (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act-HIPAA). The UNM Speech-Language-Hearing Center is bound by ethics and law to adhere to HIPAA Policies and Practices. All members of the UNM Speech and Hearing Sciences Department must comply with HIPAA Policies and Practices. Reporting of information loss is be filed using the incident report/information loss form

The UNM Speech-Language-Hearing Center adheres to the UNM policy regarding equal opportunity, which forbids unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, age, sex, sexual preference, ancestry, veteran status, gentic information or medical condition.

Culturally and Linguistically Relevant Services

A focus of our training program is to prepare students in speech-language pathology to address the needs of clients/patients who are bilingual and/or from culturally diverse backgrounds. Our clinic provides services to bilingual clients of all ages in both group and individual treatment settings.  We have a growing support group, conducted in Spanish and English, for individuals who have difficulty communicating following a stroke.

Make an Appointment

To speak with someone regarding our services or to schedule an appointment, please call 277-4453 or email

Payment and Fees

All services are provided according to the highest current professional standards. Modest fees are charged, with especially low rates for current UNM affiliates (faculty, staff, students). The Center provides services for adults with developmental disabilities through the Medicaid DD Waiver program.  Several methods of payment are available for clients' convenience.

We do accept most makor insurance providers.  Please call (505) 277-4453 with any insurance coverage questions.


We welcome donations to help cover services for individuals who cannot otherwise afford them.

Directions and Parking

The UNM Speech-Language-Hearing Center is located at 1700 Lomas Blvd. NE, Suite 1300.  We are on the southeast corner of Lomas Blvd. and University Ave.

FROM I-25: Take the Lomas exit, and proceed east until you reach University Ave.  Cross University and take the first right into the parking lot.

FROM I-40: Take the University exit, and travel south on University Ave. until you reach Lomas.  Turn left on Lomas and get in the right lane; you'll turn into our parking lot quite quickly.

Free patient parking is available in front of the Center - park in the spaces marked "RESERVED  Speech and Hearing Patient Parking Only."  You will receive a parking pass upon check in at the Center.