Resources geared to survivors of violence to get the knowledge that they need and for all our tribal communities to have the information to help survivors on their way. We want to end violence against women, men, and children, we want healthy communities and we will get there together.
List of Shelters
Albuquerque- The Barrett House Phone: 505-264-9244
Albuquerque- S.A.F.E House Phone: 505-247-4219 Toll Free-1-800-773-3645
Alamogordo- Center of Protective Environment (COPE) Phone: 575-437-2673
Artesia- Grammy’s House Phone: 575-365-5144
Carlsbad- Carlsbad Battered Families Shelter Phone: 575-885-4615
Clovis- Hartley House Phone: 575-769-0305
Deming- Luna County Healing House Phone: 575-546-6539
Espanola- Crisis Center of Northern New Mexico Phone: 505-575-3165
Farmington- Family Crisis Center Phone: 505-564-9192
Farmington- Navajo United Methodist Center New beginnings Program Phone: 505-325-7578
Gallup-Battered Families Shelter Phone: 1-800-634-4508
Grants- Roberta’s Place Phone: 505-287-7724
Hobbs-Options Inc. Phone: 575-397-1576
Laguna Pueblo-Laguna Shelter Phone: 505-552-6513
Las Cruces-La Casa Phone: 1-800-376-2272
Los Lunas-Valencia Shelter Services Phone: 505-864-1383
Rio Rancho- Haven House Phone: 1-800-526-7157
Roswell-Roswell Refuge for Battered Adults Phone: 575-627-8361
Ruidoso- Help End Abuse for Life- The Nest Shelter Phone: 1-866-378-6378
Santa Fe- Esperanza Shelter for Battered Families Phone: 505-473-5200 or 1-800-473-5200
Silver City-El Refugio Phone: 1-888-538-2125
Taos-Community Against Violence Phone:575-758-9888
Zuni Pueblo-New Beginnings Phone: 505-782-4919
How to file a Protection Order
Types of Orders of Protection
- Emergency Restraining Order (“ERO”)
- Order of Protection from Domestic Abuse
- Tribal Order of Protection (filed in Tribal Courts)
How to Get an Emergency Protection of Order
- You can ask the police at the scene for immediate protection. They will give you numbers to call in your district.
- You can ask the police at the scene for an advocate.
- The ERO can be completed by the police officer right away.
- An ERO will last through the next business day or up to 72 hours.
- Note: If you want an Order of Protection beyond 72 hours, you will need to file a Petition for Protection from Domestic Abuse in your tribal courts or in your district. For example, if you live in Albuquerque, you can file in the 2nd Judicial Court and if you reside in Los Lunas, you can file at the 13th Judicial Court.
|Three ways to file in Albuquerque
1.In-person @ Second Judicial District Court’s Domestic Violence Division.
·Location: 400 Lomas Blvd. NW, Room 274 on the 2nd Floor
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Important: Bring a valid form of identification.
Please note: You may wait several hours to get your paperwork finalized. Please be patient and don’t leave the court until you get it!
Filing email: email@example.com
· Title of email: Order of Protection
*If emailed after business hours, the application will be processed the following business day.
3. Fax: 505-841-5460
Order of Protection forms can be found online at www.nmcourts.gov
2. Select “Domestic Violence Forms”.
3. Select 4-961 and 4-961A.
Fill out online but print it out to bring.
Be specific about incidents of abuse.
What you need in order to file:
1.Name of the person against whom you want to file (Respondent).
2. if possible, Respondent’s current address.
3.If possible, Respondent’s date of birth and any other identifying information.
Help with Resume Building
NM Legal Aid Domestic Violence Referral Form
Poster: Jurisdiction and Crime Victims’ Rights