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If you are experiencing domestic violence, you may be scared and overwhelmed. You may not believe that you have any choice but to stay and endure the abuse. You may be blaming yourself for somehow causing the abuse. If you have children, you may be worried about their safety and emotional well-being on top of everything else you have to deal with.

You don’t have to go through this alone. There are people who can help you. Some domestic violence survivors are lucky to have family or friends, co-workers, or their church/faith community to turn to for support. Other individuals are not. Anyone can turn to La Casa for help, anytime. Our crisis line is available 24-7. If you need to just talk, get information about domestic violence, learn your options, or in need of shelter, please call us at (575) 526-2819. You can call anonymously.

Victim Services

Emergency Shelter

This program offers safe housing, counseling, and & support services to survivors of domestic violence & their children.

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Counseling is made available to survivors of domestic violence.

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Education and Prevention

La Casa, Inc. provides education & prevention activities to raise awareness and educate the community about domestic violence.

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Civil Legal Services

Civil Legal Services include protective orders, divorce, custody, & other domestic matters related to survivors of domestic violence.

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Legal Immigration Services

Immigrants often feel trapped in abusive relationships because of immigration status, lack of financial resources, lack of understanding of immigration laws, fear, etc. We may be able to help with legal immigration status.

It is important to note that La Casa Inc. does not require legal status in order to receive services and we do not discriminate based on legal status.

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Psycho-Social Needs

Physical injuries require care & attention. Psycho-social & emotional wounds suffered from traumatic events also need to be addressed.

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Alcohol & Substance Use

Statistics suggest a strong connection between alcohol and drug use and domestic violence; however, the cause-and-effect-relationship may not be what you think it is.

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Rural (South Valley) Program:

Our South Valley (Anthony) campus provides domestic violence counseling, outreach, advocacy, case management services in the outlying rural communities of Doña Ana County.

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Other Services

Children & Youth Program (CYP)

This Program provides counseling, case management, advocacy, life skills, and recreational activities to child and youth witnesses of domestic violence.

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Offender Services

This program provides participants with information & practical tools to change values, beliefs, and behaviors that support the use of physical, verbal, emotional, or sexual abuse.

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