Places that Help: New Mexico
Included in this list are shelters and local programs that provide support, counseling, safety planning, and other services to victims of abuse. If you cannot get help from the organization nearest you, you might want to try calling one in a neighboring county. (If you find inaccurate contact information, please let us know at WomensLawnnedv.org.)
Please note that we list the organizations by the town, city or county where the office is located – however, many offices serve multiple towns or counties. You can click the “View All” to look through the complete list of organizations. If you are looking for an attorney to represent you in court or to give you legal advice about your situation, go to our Finding a Lawyer page instead.
(575) 437-2673 (COPE)
24-hour hotline, counseling, victim advocates, and shelter are available.
Enlace domestic violence intervention services are offered in Spanish and free of cost to victims of domestic violence and their children, regardless of their legal immigration status. Services are confidential and tailored to individual clients’ strengths and needs. Services offered: Case management, therapy, legal services.
Resources, Inc. Victims Assistance Unit
(505) 884-1241 Main Helpline
The Victim Assistance Unit for the Albuquerque Police Department and the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department offers services 24 hours a day to victims of domestic violence, elder abuse and sexual assault. They provide advocacy, counseling, case management and empowerment services to victims of domestic violence and their dependent children in Bernalillo County and surrounding counties. All services provided are safe, confidential, culturally-sensitive and free of charge.
(575) 748-1198 Office
Offers 24-hour crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy & orders of protection, education & training, rape crisis services, referral services, support groups, 27-bed shelter.
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