New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission (CVRC) is dedicated to providing a variety of services to victims of crime. Its primary mission is to provide financial assistance to victims of violent crime in regard to expenses incurred as a result of being victimized.
In addition to financial assistance for individual victims, CVRC administers federal funding from the United States Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), and the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). This funding is sub-granted to non-profit, tribal and governmental victim service agencies throughout New Mexico to improve and expand services to victims of crime. The types of federal funding include the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) grants. CVRC also provides training and outreach services throughout the state.
Created in 1984, the New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc., a private, non-profit organization, continues to provide a variety of services throughout New Mexico.
● Statewide Coordination And Training Of SANE And Sexual Assault Service Providers
● Coordination Of New Mexico’s Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Strategy
● Sexual Violence Prevention Efforts Specific To Populations With Disabilities
● Clearinghouse Of Literature And Resources
● Sexual Assault Legal Advocacy Throughout Eight Sites Throughout The State
● Annual Collection, Analysis And Reporting Of Sexual And Domestic Violence Data
● Payment Of Medical Bills Of Sexual Assault Survivors
● Evidence Kits And Drug Facilitated SA Kits
● Brochures And Posters In English And Spanish
● Annual Training And Certification Of Therapists To Treat Youth Who Have Caused Sexual Harm
● Funding Of SANE, Sexual Assault Services, And Prevention Projects Throughout New Mexico
● Representation And Advocacy On State And Federal Funding Teams To Insure The Continued Funding Of Efforts To Address Sexual Violence.
The mission of the New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence is to lead a coordinated and effective response to domestic violence throughout the state.
NMCADV aspires to accomplish this mission through:
For nearly two decades, CSVANW continues to be a resource for training, advocate support, technical assistance and policy advocacy. CSVANW has also aided in supportive collaborations with tribal leadership to further develop and promote tribal, federal, state and local legislation, and policies that cultivate best-practices for responding to violent crimes against Native women.
The New Mexico Children’s Justice Act Advisory Group provides AIA with funding towards improving the investigation, prosecution and judicial handling of cases of child abuse and neglect, particularly child sexual abuse and exploitation, in a manner that limits additional trauma to the child victim.