DVRC case managers assist domestic violence victims from start to finish ensuring they’re ready to regain control of their lives after leaving their abuser. This includes providing resources that offer transitional and permanent solutions regarding financial security, housing, employment, education, training and more.
You are not alone.
DVRC advocates offer help and support to victims of domestic violence by providing them with resources for shelter, food, clothing, transportation and both legal and medical assistance. DVRC advocates will provide personalized safety plans and prepare victims to leave abusive situations.
If you need immediate help call our 24-hour hotline at 505-248-3165.
Field Advocates meet victims where they are and provide immediate resources and hope. They are civilian responders, not law enforcement, and they help victims attain emergency restraining orders, develop safety plans, and get to a safe place (like a family or friend's home, the hospital or a domestic violence shelter).
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If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence reach out for help today.