This resource guide helps homeless, low income, senior citizen and other at-risk communities find the resources they need to survive. The guide is also a valuable resource for case workers and other professionals who work with these at-risk communities.

This resource guide helps homeless, low income, senior citizen and other at-risk communities find the resources they need to survive. The guide is also a valuable resource for case workers and other professionals who work with these at-risk communities.

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Casa Fortaleza
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At Casa Fortaleza we work to empower and educate Spanish speaking communities around sexual violence. We also work with survivors to help them feel better. If you have been a victim of any form of sexual violence like rape sexual harassment stalking incest sexual abuse in childhood or any form of unwanted sexual contact you may have trauma symptoms like: feeling afraid difficulty sleeping sadness feeling angry a lack of interest in life anxiety nervousness difficulty in relationships among many others.​Casa Fortaleza provides free counseling to survivors of sexual violence and provides education and empowerment to the community to confront and stop sexual violence.
Casa Fortaleza
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En Casa Fortaleza trabajamos para empoderar y educar comunidades que hablan español acerca de la violencia sexual.También trabajamos con sobrevivientes para ayudarles a sentirse mejor. Si te ha pasado cualquier forma de violencia sexual como la violación el acoso sexual el acecho el incesto el abuso sexual en la niñez o cualquier contacto sexual que no has querido puedes tener síntomas de trauma como: sentir miedo dificultad para dormir tristeza sentir coraje una pérdida de interés en la vida ansiedad nervios dificultad para relacionarte con los demás entre muchos más.Casa Fortaleza provee consejería para sobrevivientes y provee educación y empoderamiento a la comunidad para enfrentar y parar la violencia sexual.
505-243-2333
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Assist in getting help with medical expenses counseling a restraining order and pre-court preparation. also able to provide among other things advocacy with landlords and referrals for self-defense courses. Call the Victim's Assistance Unit. Legal support: Call the Victim Impact Program.
505-248-3165
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Complete services for transitioning out of violent living situations: 24 Hour On-site Crisis Intervention ~ Domestic Violence Helpline ~ Legal Advocacy ~ Adults and Childrens Individual Counseling ~ Adults and Childrens Group Counseling ~ Parenting Classes ~ Safe Housing Referrals ~ Avon Empowerment Workshops ~ Case Management ~ Community Connections ~ Domestic Violence Education. 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM.
505-243-2333
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The Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center is a safe secure and caring environment that focuses on the needs of victims of interpersonal crime. The center is committed to providing victims of Intimate Partner Abuse / Violence child abuse sexual assault and their families with a safe setting to assist in addressing and overcoming the trauma of their experience and break the cycle of violence that destroys families.
505-243-4300
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NMLA Domestic Violence Help Line. Every year almost 20000 incidents of domestic violence are reported to law enforcement agencies in New Mexico. With funding from the New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission New Mexico Legal Aid has joined in the effort to aid victims of Intimate Partner Abuse / Violence sexual assault and stalking in their search for legal assistance. The New Mexico Legal Aid Domestic Violence HelpLine is a free and confidential statewide service that provides legal information advice and referrals on a case-by-case basis. Victims family members case managers and attorneys are welcome to call. Language services are available. Monday Tuesday Thursday and Friday from 8:30am to 5:00 pm and Wednesdays from 8:30am to 9pm
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"Crisis Intervention Services receives approximately 2000 calls to the hotline and provides accompaniment for close to 600 people.The Counseling department provides therapy to on average 275 new clients as well as ongoing clients and group therapy participants.The Community Education & Outreach department reaches on average 5000 community members."
505-246-9240
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M-F 8am-4pm. Statewide resources and information for those experiencing or understanding intimate partner abuse / violence.
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"Text “loveis” to 22522; CHAT:
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Extensive listing of resources including statewide organizations mental health centers district attorneys' victims advocates safe houses offender treatment options child abuse reporting phone numbers and more.
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The New Mexico Confidential Address Program (CAP) allows victims of domestic violence sexual assault stalking or similar types of crimes to receive mail at a confidential address while keeping their actual address private.  To be eligible for CAP you must be a New Mexico resident or in the process of moving to the state in the near future who is a victim of domestic violence sexual assault attempted sexual assault stalking or fears for your safety or the safety of a family member. CAP participants are granted the use of a fictitious mailing address which is maintained by the Office of the New Mexico Secretary of State (NMSOS).  The NMSOS collects mail for CAP participants from an undisclosed P.O. Box and then forwards the mail on to the participant’s actual private address.  The CAP participant’s actual address is kept confidential through this process.