Our I.D.E.A. Policy
Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access Policy
Enlace Comunitario recognizes how systemic racial and socioeconomic inequities affecting immigrant communities can exacerbate domestic violence.
Intersectionality is central to Enlace’s intergenerational services provision model—in that, we recognize how systemic barriers to opportunity for immigrant DV survivors and their families are compounded by inequities specific to race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, sex, sexual orientation, ability, language ability, income, and immigration status.
As the only culturally and linguistically specific DV services provider for Central New Mexico’s Latinx immigrant community, Enlace deploys intersectional, trauma-informed programs through our intergenerational services provision model. In so doing, Enlace shapes an affirming environment in which survivors can build their confidence, skills, and education as self-empowered advocates—thereby positioning them for continued growth as community-level change agents.