The Hartley HouseThe Hartley House
The Hartley House is dedicated to the prevention of abuse in relationships and advocates freedom from violence for all individuals.
The Hartley House serves abused family members and their children. It is a place for the physically and emotionally battered to retreat, to think over their situation and to consider their alternatives.
· Provide temporary refuge for battered spouses/partners (or other abused family members) and their children.
· Prevent the abuse of adults and children resulting from domestic disturbances.
· Provide emotional support and counseling for abused persons and their families.
The Healing HouseThe Healing House
Services provided include: Crisis intervention; legal advocacy; job, housing and immigration assistance; offender’s program; information and referrals; 24 hour crisis hotline; counseling; community outreach; support groups in English and Spanish. Children must be accompanied by a parent.
The Roswell RefugeThe Roswell Refuge
The mission of the Roswell Refuge is to provide a safe environment and advocacy for victims of domestic violence and to educate the community about the effects of domestic violence on adults, children, and the community-at-large.
Torrance County ProjectTorrance County Project
We can advise domestic violence victims of their legal rights and responsibilities, assist them with completing an Order For Protection for the court and attend the hearing with them.
The Empowerment Group for women meets weekly. The group is free of charge if your insurance does not cover it. If you do not have insurance please ask about our State Coverage Insurance application assistance.
Group counseling for batterers and offenders meet weekly with seperate men’s and women’s groups.
Tri-County Family Justice Center of Northeast New MexicoTri-County Family Justice Center of Northeast New Mexico
- 24-Hour Crisis Intervention
- Safety Planning
- Shelter Assistance
- Access to Law Enforcement
- Legal Aid
- Protection Orders
- Counseling for adult, children, and elderly
- Support Groups and Mentoring
- Outreach and Awareness
- Life Skills
- Job Development
- On-Site Computer Lab
Education & Training
Request a Speaker
To schedule a speaker for your organization, please contact Laine Snow, Program Manager at (505) 718-7300.
We offer a broad spectrum of consultation and training services to professionals. Customized presentations and workshops on domestic violence, sexual assault, childhood abuse, and other related topics of clinical concern are provided upon request.
At the Tri-County Family Justice Center, we offer practicum experiences for individuals pursuing a master’s degree in psychology or social work. Each practicum is tailored to the students’ needs based on their previous training and experience. For more information, please contact the center to set up an appointment.