Crisis intervention may include:
- Assessing the crisis (e.g., determining immediate safety considerations);
- Filing a police report;
- Documenting abuse (e.g., via photographing injuries);
- Obtaining a temporary restraining order;
- Identifying and being transported to a partnering DV shelter; and
- Making a safety plan (including short-term and long-term goals).
Our team of case managers is ready to provide clients with one-on-one support.
We value partnering with clients to provide life-enhancing counseling services that help support clients as they process trauma and manage their emotional, mental, and physical well-being.
Our legal team informs clients of their legal rights and can represent clients in civil legal proceedings, and/or provide clients with pro se assistance.
Our housing specialists work with clients to assess immediate housing needs and can help source available transitional housing and/or connect clients with potential housing options.
Financial Capability Training and Education
Almost every DV situation involves financial abuse. Enlace works with clients to provide them with one-on-one training and resources to enhance their financial acumen so that they are better positioned to build a strong financial base for their future.
We provide engaging support groups for children and adults
We work with parents/caregivers and children to help ensure healthy growth and development for the whole family.
Are you experiencing violence at home and need support? You are not alone. Contact us today through any of the means below, from 8AM to 5PM, Monday through Friday.
We are here to help.
If you are in immediate danger, please dial 911.
2425 Alamo Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
We are always here to help. Email us anytime.
If you are in an unsafe situation or need immediate assistance please dial 911.