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“To stop violence against Native women and children by advocating for social change in our communities. The CSVANW takes ownership and responsibility for the future of Native women and children by providing support, education, and advocacy using our strengths, power and unity to create Violence-Free Communities”
PROVIDERS

  • Battered Families Services


207 South Strong
Gallup, NM 87301
Office: (505) 722-6389
Crisis: (505) 722-7483
Hotline: 1-800-634-4508
Fax: (505) 722-9355

Services
Available to any domestic violence survivor either in shelter or living in the community.

Shelter
Transportation
DART Team
24-Hour Crisis Intervention
Parenting/Life Skills
Job Training
Traditional Navajo Services for Women and Children
Sweat Lodge
Talking Circle
K’e Teachings
Children’s Programs
Group and Individual Counseling
Tutoring
Community Education/Outreach
Assistance with Crime Victims Reparations Applications
Transitional Housing

Court Accompaniment
Assistance with Protection Orders
Civil Legal Services
Batterer Intervention Program

Shelter Services Provided: Yes
Beds: 5 bedrooms, capacity 22


  • Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women

    2401 12th Street N.W. Suite 201N Albuquerque, NM 87104
    Office: (505) 243-9199 FAX: (505) 243-9966
    Email: csvanw@msn.com

    The Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, Inc. (CSVANW) began as a grassroots initiative in 1996 to bring together Native advocates working in Indian communities in New Mexico, who provide assistance and support to Native women that have been battered or sexually assaulted.

    Its roots began with three Native women in New Mexico, “Victim Advocates:, who came together and began dialogue around the issues of violence against native women and what was being done to address these comes. News spread of the formation of a support group for those working in the field of domestic violence and sexual assault in Indian Country and the formation of united voice for victims. Native advocates representing programs in Indian Country, as well as, individual advocates not affiliated with any program, soon joined this collaborative group.

    The Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, Inc. became incorporated as a Non-Profit organization in December 2000. The Coalition provides a forum for support, organizing, sharing of information and resources, and networking opportunities for its members and collaborative partners working to end violence against Native women.

    The Coalition has provided training on Advocacy, Coordinated Community Response to Domestic Violence, Effects of Domestic Violence on children, Laws on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and other topics related to Violence Against Indian Women. In a collaborative effort, the Coalition has provided training for tribal law enforcement, victim advocates, tribal court personnel and traditional officers from various tribes to enhance their skills and knowledge in addressing the se crimes against our Native people.

    MISSION STATEMENT
    “To stop violence against Native women and children by advocating for social change in our communities. The CSVANW takes ownership and responsibility for the future of Native women and children by providing support, education, and advocacy using our strengths, power and unity to create Violence-Free Communities”

    Members come from the following tribes in New Mexico
    Jemez Pueblo, Santo Domingo Pueblo, San Ildefonso Pueblo, San Felipe Pueblo, Eight Northern Pueblos, Inc., Navajo Nation (Shiprock and Crownpoint) Zuni Pueblo.

     

  • Family Harmony Project

    P.O. Box 547
    Crownpoint, NM 87313
    Office: (505) 786-5622
    Crisis: 1-800-799-5050
    Fax: (505) 786-5285

    Description
    The mission of the Eastern Navajo Task Force Against Domestic Violence, Inc. (ENTFADV) Family Harmony Project is to provide the Eastern Navajo Nation communities and families culturally relevant support and services in order to help them develop the necessary means to break the cycle of domestic violence.

    Services
    Crisis Intervention
    Victim Advocacy
    24-Hour Toll-Free, Navajo Nation-Wide Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline
    Referral to shelters in local areas and networks with other shelters out of state
    Bi Jii Baa Women’s Society
    Parenting Classes
    Advocacy/Support
    Individual
    Couples
    Family
    Hozhoogo Bi Nahoo’aah- Journey to Restoring Harmony Men’s Project


  • Haven House

    PO Box 15611
    Rio Rancho, NM 87174
    Executive Director: Dianne Torrance
    Phone: (505) 896-4869
    Fax: (505) 896-2528
    Email: pscdv@aol.com
    Web: www.havenhouseinc.org

    Organizational Mission and Program Components

    Haven House is the only Domestic Violence agency serving Sandoval County's entire estimated population of 89,908...
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    Advocacy

    - 24 hour crisis support
    - information about the court system
    - assistance with restraining orders
    - accompanying victims to court hearings
    - referrals to social service agencies, legal assistance and individual counseling
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    Emergency Shelter

    Haven House provides shelter to house up to 25 women and children. This includes free meals and a comfortable room...

     

  • Home for Women and Children

    P.O. Box 1805
    Shiprock, NM 87420
    Office: (505) 368-5124
    Fax: (505) 368-5129

    Description
    Home for Women and Children provides education and support groups for victims and perpetrators that include traditional teachings of Native American approach and sensitivity.

    Services:
    Community Outreach
    Client Advocacy
    Legal
    Job
    Housing Assistance
    Education and Support Groups (Victim/Abuser)
    Teaches the Native American Approach and Sensitivity

    Shelter Services Provided: Yes
    Beds: 20

     

  • Jicarilla Apache Behavioral Health

    P.O. Box 546
    Dulce, NM 87528
    Office: (505) 759-3162
    Police Dept: (505) 759-4279
    Fax: (505) 759-3588

    Description
    Jicarilla Apache Behavioral Health provides a comprehensive spectrum of services to victims of sexual assault and stalking for the people of the Jicarilla.

  • Navajo United Methodist Center


    New Beginnings Program
    1200 W. Apache St.
    Farmington, NM 87401
    Office: (505) 325-7578
    New Beginnings: (505) 599-0984
    Fax: (505) 325-4199

    Web: www.gbgm-umc.org/navajo.us.htm

    Description
    Navajo United Methodist Center’s New Beginnings Program provides transitional shelter and supportive services to women and children who are survivors of domestic violence. Women and their children (male children up to 11-years-old) can reside in the program for up to one year. The program serves the Four Corners area and the Navajo Nation. Other extenuating circumstance based on referrals are considered.

    Services
    24-Hour Staffing
    Weekly Goal Setting
    Child Care
    Women’s Support Group
    Self-evaluation on Cycle of Violence
    Case Management on High Potentiality
    Children’s Services at Local Schools and Mental Health Providers
    Community Domestic Violence Education
    Parenting Classes
    Individual Saving
    Budgeting Education
    Legal Advocacy
    Education on Addictive Personalities
    Participation in Growing Organic Community Garden
    Nutrition Awareness

    Shelter Services Provided: Yes
    Beds: 24

     

  • Peacekeepers Domestic Violence Program

    P.O. Box 969
    San Juan, NM 87566
    Office: (505) 753-4790
    Hotline: 1-800-400-8694
    Fax: (505) 753-5233

    Description
    The Peacekeepers Program is a domestic violence program serving native/non-native spouses and partners (female and male) residing within the Eight Northern Pueblos. We seek to raise awareness of domestic violence by educating the community on the devastating effects of domestic violence and by addressing and reducing violence.

    Community Services
    Children and Adult Counseling Services
    Advocacy and Systems Advocacy
    Information and Referrals
    Training and Technical Assistance
    Prosecution
    Perpetrator Groups
    Legal Issues
    Probation


  • Pueblo of Jemez

    Pueblo of Jemez
    P.O. Box 100
    Jemez Pueblo, NM 87024
    Phone: 505/834-7117

    Services
    Culturally and linguistically appropriate court advocacy for women and children
    Partnerships with outside organizations
    Coordinated community response to violence against women and children
    Outreach services,
    Training for responding agencies
    Development of response protocols.


  • Pueblo of Laguna Family Services

    P.O. Box 194
    Laguna, NM 87026
    Office: (505) 552-9702
    Crisis: 1-800-530-2199
    Fax: (505) 552-6053

    Description
    The mission of Family Services is two-fold: the protection of victims of family violence through intervention and prevention services and secondly, striving to decrease the incidents of domestic violence by providing services and prevention classes to community members, other Indian communities, and other agencies. We recognize that accountability by the battering family member is a vital factor to addressing family violence. We strongly support violence-free home environments, violence-free families, and marital and dating relationships that encourage the respect, dignity, and integrity of each family member. Family Services does not shelter male victims but will assist in finding other shelter.

    Services
    24-Hour Emergency Placement and Crisis Intervention
    Individual and Family Counseling
    Childcare During Counseling Sessions
    Court Advocacy and Assistance Through Legal Proceedings
    Community Education
    Referrals to Other Social Service Agencies
    24-hour DV Shelter

    Shelter Service Provided: Yes

    Beds: 8

     

  • San Felipe Pueblo Family Services Department


Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Program
P.O. Box 4350
San Felipe Pueblo, NM 87001
Office: (505) 867-9740
Crisis: Tribal Officer (505) 867-9737
BIA Police (505) 346-2867
Fax: (505) 867-6166

Description
Provide services for the following areas: Pueblo of San Felipe and open to Native American referrals.
The VAWA mission is to address domestic violence; provide public awareness/education that addresses emotional and physical violence against women of all ages in the community.

 

  • TEWA Women United

Route 5, PO Box 402T
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506
Phone: 505-747-3259
Fax: 505-747-4067

Web: www.tewawomenunited.org

Tewa Women United (TWU) is a Native woman directed, women centered, independent, non-profit organization located within the northern pueblos of New Mexico Its programs include:

The Gathering for Mother E.A.R.T.H. – The use of traditional Indigenous forms of knowing, healing, medicines and nutrition to counter the negative impact of pollution and nuclear contamination on our bodies, minds and spirits and on our Mother Earth is emphasized.

Valuing Our Integrity with Courage, Empowerment and Support (V.O.I.C.E.S.) - This is a culturally-based response to sexual violence in Indigenous communities. The Circle of Grandmothers acts as cultural consultants to the V.O.I.C.E.S. staff.

Women’s Leadership/ Economic Literacy training - This training strengthens, encourages and builds upon Indigenous women’s natural leadership and entrepreneurial ability.

ndigenous Women’s Health and Reproductive Rights – A new initiative implemented by TWU, it is designed to educate and empower women of all ages to become active participants in their wellness.

The Tewa Birthing Project focuses on reviving traditional knowledge, language and practice around childbearing and childrearing.

 

  • V.O.I.C.E.S (Valuing Our Integrity with Courage, Empowerment and Safety)-BRAVE VOICES  

Tewa Women United

P.O. Box 397

Santa Cruz, NM 87567

Office: (505) 747-3259  FAX: (505) 747-4067

Email: corrine@tewawomenunited.org

Web: www.tewawomenunited.org

Services/Program goals:

Advocacy

Case Management

Referral to available community services

Mulit-Disciplinary Team Coordination

Community Education

Peer Support Groups

Holistic Healing Modalities

Counseling and Therapy

Brave Voices Forensic Interviews and Family Advocacy

  • OTHERS


American Indian Law Center, Inc.
American Indian Law Center, Inc.
P.O. Box 4456 Station A
Albuquerque, NM 87196-4456
505/277-5462

    Goals are to:

    • Strengthen the protection of Native American women
    • Increase inter-jurisdictional communication and cooperation among tribal and state criminal justice systems.
    • Ensure that women receive protection when moving off reservations or relocating from one reservation to another
    • Convene a summit for tribal and state criminal justice system representatives on the full faith and credit provisions of the Violence Against Women Act.
  • Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center

    625 Silver SW, Suite 200

    Albuquerque, NM  87102

    Ph:  (505) 243-2333

    Fx: (505) 242-3576

    Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

    We envivion a community where interpersonal violence is unaceptable at anytime, in any place, by anyone.  We will achieve th is vision by engaging all stakeholders of our community in building a system of care that supports victims of violence and sexuxal assault. By doing this, we will increast the quality of life for everyone who lives here!