A Case Study of the Enlace Comunitario Promotora Model What are the best practices of a prevention program? In 2012, Enlace evaluated the success of our Promotora Prevention Project, a domestic violence survivor leadership and prevention program. Here’s what we...Read More
White House Recognizes Enlace Comunitario in their 20 Year VAWA Anniversary Report September 29, 2014 Albuquerque, NM- Enlace Comunitario was recognized in the White House’s report 1 in 2 MANY: Twenty Years Fighting Violence Against Women and Girls released this...Read More
Community Heroes Honored for Support of Domestic Violence Work Alma Martinez, Owner of Nena’s Food was nominated by Enlace Comunitario. Alma provides food at no cost from her restaurant, Nena’s Food, on a weekly basis for enlace Comunitario’s domestic violence...Read More
In addition to our comprehensive services in Spanish, our efforts benefit the entire community by bringing awareness about the magnitude of the problem and by engaging the community to find solutions. Domestic violence affects everyone.
Enlace Comunitario eliminates barriers to accessing services for domestic violence victims by providing childcare for clients while they meet with our staff.