Services for Survivors of Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Victim Service Providers provide immediate shelter and supportive services for victims of family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence and their dependents.  Supportive services include 24-hour hotlines, crisis intervention, advocacy, individual counseling, support groups, criminal and civil legal advocacy, transitional housing, transportation, specialized services for children, and more.  Their goal is to help families recover from the trauma of enduring violence.

Printable List of Providers
 


Statewide

Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women

CSVANW's mission is to stop violence against Native women and children by advocating for social change in our communities. CSVANW provides training and technical assistance to survivor service programs and advocates who work with tribal communities.

   Phone: (505) 243-9199
   Website: https://www.csvanw.org/
 

New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Established in 1979 and incorporated on May 15, 1981, New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NMCADV) provides support and assistance to domestic violence programs across the state.

   Phone: (505) 246-9240
   Website: https://nmcadv.org/


New Mexico Legal Aid

New Mexico Legal Aid is a statewide provider that has specialized legal programs for survivors of domestic violence. To access these programs, contact your local survivor services provider organization below and ask about referrals to New Mexico Legal Aid or contact the NMLA Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking HelpLine at (877) 974-3400.

   Phone: (877) 974-3400
   Website: https://www.newmexicolegalaid.org/

 

Bernalillo

Domestic Violence Resource Center

Domestic Violence Resource Center (DVRC) offers individual advocacy and support, legal advocacy, individual counseling by licensed counselors, case management, and financial empowerment classes supported by Allstate (Insurance) Foundation. DVRC has advocates embedded at the District Attorney's Office and Second District Courts and provides critical education and community outreach programs.

   Phone: (505) 248-3165
   Website: https://dvrcnm.org/

 

Enlace Comunitario

Enlace Comunitario focuses on services and support for survivors in the Latino Immigrant Community. They offer individual support and advocacy, enhanced legal advocacy (with an attorney on staff), support groups, individual counseling with licensed counselors, access to transitional housing, and life-skills classes for children and teens.

   Phone: (505) 246-8972
   Website: https://www.enlacenm.org/

 

Haven House

Haven House is the domestic violence shelter for Sandoval County. Services include: emergency shelter, case management, support groups, life-skills classes, legal advocacy, referrals to job opportunities, housing and other supportive services, therapeutic counseling for both women and their children and children's programs.

   Phone: (800) 526-7157
   Website: https://www.havenhouseinc.org/

 

SAFE House

At S.A.F.E. House, we are proud to offer wrap-around services to our residents. In addition to the emergency shelter, S.A.F.E. House operates a rapid re-housing program for survivors of intimate partner violence.

   Phone: (505) 917-0231
   Website: https://www.safehousenm.org/

 

Chaves

Roswell Refuge for Battered Adults

Roswell Refuge offers immediate shelter, individual advocacy, support groups, and specialized programming for children in shelter. Roswell Refuge houses a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) and provides shelter and services to victims of human trafficking.

   Phone: (575) 627-8361
   Website: https://www.roswellrefuge.org/

 

Cibola

Roberta's Place

Roberta's Place provides counseling (professional and peer counseling), shelter, advocacy support, skills and knowledge and parenting classes for both shelter residents and non-shelter residents. Roberta's Place works closely with community groups, law enforcement agencies, courts, schools, tribal groups and social service organizations to educate, reduce and eliminate the incidences of domestic violence.

   Phone: (505) 287-7724
   Website: http://robertasplace.net/index2.html

 

Colfax

Alternatives to Violence

Alternatives To Violence (ATV) is dedicated to the prevention, intervention, and treatment of all forms of violence and advocates for freedom from violence for all individuals.

   Phone: (575) 447-5778
   Website: https://www.domesticshelters.org/help/nm/raton/87740/alternatives-to-violence

 

Curry

Hartley House

The mission of the Hartley House, a dedicated group of individuals working with the community, is to end the epidemic of domestic violence by providing physical and emotional refuge and advocating freedom from violence through education, intervention, and treatment. Hartley House provides shelter, assistance filing petitions, community referrals, support group, children’s group, and individualized safety plans.

   Phone: (575) 769-0305
   Website: http://www.nmsvdv.org/

 

Doña Ana

La Casa - DV Las Cruces

La Casa offers immediate shelter, individual advocacy, legal advocacy, support groups, licensed counselors, transitional housing, financial literacy and career programs, and specialized programming for children and teens who have experienced trauma.

   Phone: (800) 376-2272
   Website: https://www.lacasainc.org

 

Eddy

Carlsbad Battered Families Shelter

The mission here at the Carlsbad Battered Families Shelter is to help people recognize the destructive power and effect of domestic violence on families and society, to help victims of domestic violence and their families achieve self-sufficiency and preserve dignity by providing services in a timely, responsible, courteous and efficient manner.

   Phone: (575) 885-4615
   Website: https://carlsbadshelter.com/

 

Grammy's House

 

Grammy’s House seeks to provide a safe environment for victims and child-witness victims of domestic violence. Grammy's House offers immediate shelter, individual advocacy and support, legal advocacy, support groups, individual counseling with licensed counselors, and specialized programs for children and teens.

   Phone: (575) 365-5144
   Website: https://www.grammyshouse.org/

 

Grant

El Refugio

El Refugio offers immediate shelter, individual advocacy and support, legal advocacy, support groups, individual counseling, and transitional housing. They have a Children's Coordinator that works with the children and expertise to help battered immigrants.

   Phone: (575) 538-2125
   Website: ww.eridv.org

 

Guadalupe

Tri-County Family Justice Center

Tri-County Family Justice Center offers individual advocacy, legal advocacy, support groups, licensed counselors, access to substance use counseling, and a range of programs including Dress for Success, massage, and Wellness/Work Out Programs.

   Phone: (505) 425-1048
   Website:

 

Lea

Option Inc.

Option Inc. offers immediate shelter, individual advocacy, safety planning, and connection to needed resources. Option Inc provides an educational outreach program that focuses on teen dating violence.

   Phone: (575) 397-1576
   Website: http://www.optioninc.org/

 

Lincoln

Center of Protective Environment

COPE offers survivors immediate shelter, individual advocacy and support, legal advocacy, support groups, and individual counseling. They have licensed counselors and an attorney on staff. Specially-trained advocates focus on child trauma and restoring their bond with a non-offending parent.

   Phone: (575) 437-2673
   Website: https://www.copedv.com/

 

Help End Abuse for Life (HEAL)

HEAL offers immediate shelter with kennels for companion animals. HEAL provides individual advocacy, legal advocacy, support groups, licensed counselors, substance use counseling, and specialized programs for children who have experienced trauma. HEAL works with the Mescalero Apache Tribe VAWA program to provide culturally inclusive services.

   Phone: (866) 378-6378
   Website: http://helpendabuseforlife.org/

 

Luna

La Casa: Healing House

La Casa: Healing House offers immediate shelter, individual advocacy, legal advocacy, support groups, licensed counselors, transitional housing, financial literacy and career programs, and specialized programming for children and teens who have experienced trauma.

   Phone: (800) 376-2272
   Website: https://www.lacasainc.org

 

McKinley

Battered Families Services

Battered Families Services offers immediate shelter, individual advocacy and support, support groups for adult survivors and their children, and offers one-on-one counseling with a licensed counselor.

   Phone: (505) 722-7483
   Website: https://batteredfamilies.com/

 

Mora

Tri-County Family Justice Center

Tri-County Family Justice Center offers individual advocacy, legal advocacy, support groups, licensed counselors, access to substance use counseling, and a range of programs including Dress for Success, massage, and Wellness/Work Out Programs.

   Phone: (505) 425-1048

 

Otero

Center of Protective Environment

COPE offers survivors immediate shelter, individual advocacy and support, legal advocacy, support groups, and individual counseling. They have licensed counselors and an attorney on staff. Specially-trained advocates focus on child trauma and restoring their bond with a non-offending parent.

   Phone: (575) 437-2673
   Website: https://www.copedv.com/

 

Quay

Hartley House

The mission of the Hartley House, a dedicated group of individuals working with the community, is to end the epidemic of domestic violence by providing physical and emotional refuge and advocating freedom from violence through education, intervention, and treatment. Hartley House provides shelter, assistance in filing petitions, community referrals, support groups, children’s groups, and individualized safety plans.

   Phone: (575) 769-0305
   Website: http://www.nmsvdv.org/

 

Rio Arriba

Crisis Center of Northern New Mexico

Crisis Center of Northern New Mexico offers survivors immediate shelter, individual advocacy and support, support groups, individual counseling by a licensed counselor, transitional housing, supervised visitation and safe exchange, and therapy for children experiencing attachment issues toward the non-battering parent.

   Phone: (505) 753-1656
   Website: https://crisis-centers.org/

 

Roosevelt

Hartley House

The mission of the Hartley House, a dedicated group of individuals working with the community, is to end the epidemic of domestic violence by providing physical and emotional refuge and advocating freedom from violence through education, intervention, and treatment. Hartley House provides shelter, assistance in filing petitions, community referrals, support groups, children’s groups, and individualized safety plans.

   Phone: (575) 769-0305
   Website: http://www.nmsvdv.org/

 

San Juan

Family Crisis Center

The Family Crisis Center offers immediate shelter with an on-site kennel for companion animals. FCC provides individualized safety planning, legal advocacy, support groups, individual counseling with licensed counselors, and counseling for children ages five and up. They also have specialized programming and support for those over the age of 60 who have been abused or are victims of exploitation.

   Phone: (505) 564-9192
   Website: ww.familycrisiscenternm.org

 

Navajo United Methodist Center

 

Navajo United Methodist Center New Beginnings Program offers a longer-term transitional housing program for survivors of domestic violence, with on-site kennels for companion animals. They provide individual advocacy and support, support groups, and specialized programming for children who have experienced trauma.

   Phone: (505) 325-7578
   Website: https://navajoumc.org/

 

San Miguel

Tri-County Family Justice Center

Tri-County Family Justice Center offers individual advocacy, legal advocacy, support groups, licensed counselors, access to substance use counseling, and a range of programs including Dress for Success, massage, and Wellness/Work Out Programs.

   Phone: (505) 425-1048

 

Sandoval

Haven House

Haven House is the domestic violence shelter for Sandoval County. Services include: emergency shelter, case management, support groups, life-skills classes, legal advocacy, referrals to job opportunities, housing and other supportive services, therapeutic counseling for both women and their children and children's programs.

   Phone: (800) 526-7157
   Website: https://www.havenhouseinc.org/

 

Santa Fe

Esperanza Shelter

Esperanza Shelter offers immediate shelter, individual advocacy, legal advocacy, support groups, individual counseling with licensed counselors, substance-use counseling, and programs for children and teens. Esperanza's staff participate int eh "Legacy of Hope" project to respond effectively to the trauma that survivors and their dependents have faced.

   Phone: (505) 474-5536
   Website: https://esperanzashelter.org/

 

Sierra

Domestic Abuse Intervention Center

Domestic Abuse Intervention Center, Inc. was established in 1991, with a mission to offer assistance to all domestic violence clients, (victim, perpetrator, family), increase awareness of domestic violence through education/training, and reduce the incidence of domestic abuse and violence in Sierra County.

   Phone: (575) 894-3557
   Website: https://www.daictorc.org/

 

Socorro

El Puente del Socorro

El Puente offers immediate shelter, on-site kennels for companion animals, individual advocacy and support, extensive legal advocacy, transitional housing, and support groups for survivors.

   Phone: (575) 835-0928

 

Taos

Community Against Violence

Community Against Violence offers survivors immediate shelter, kennels for companion animals, individual advocacy and support, transitional housing programs, legal advocacy with an attorney on staff, support groups, individual counseling, dog group, transportation, and child care. A family advocate works with child trauma and restoring their bond with a non-offending parent. Community Against Violence houses one of the state's Child Advocacy Centers.

   Phone: (575) 758-9888
   Website: https://taoscav.org/

 

Torrance

Torrance County - Project Office

Torrance County Domestic Violence Program offers individual advocacy and support, including connecting survivors to critical community resources.

   Phone: (505) 705-0925
   Website: https://www.torrancecountynm.org/services/torrance-county-project-office

 

Valencia

Valencia Shelter for Victims of DV

Valencia Shelter offers immediate shelter, individual advocacy, support groups, and specialized programs for children, including counseling and play-therapy.

   Phone: (505) 864-1383
   Website: https://www.vssnm.org/