Job Title: Substance Abuse Counselor Program: Residential Shelter Reports to: Residential Services Coordinator Hours: 40 hours per week, variable Pay Range: $17-$19 per hour, medical/dental benefits available; paid leave; employer-sponsored retirement plan. DESCRIPTION: The Substance Abuse Counselor is responsible for providing therapeutic support and intervention of adult survivors of domestic violence who are dealing with substance abuse issues. […]
Job Title: Family Advocate/Case Manager Program: Residential Shelter Reports To: Residential Services Coordinator Hours: 40 Hours a week Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services related field or a combination of relevant education, training, and experience totaling 4 years. Must have documented training in interviewing techniques and writing assessments. Excellent crisis management […]
During the third week of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, October 13-17, the NMCADV is proudly partnering with YWCA New Mexico and other local co-sponsors in a Week Without Violence. A Week Without Violence has been sponsored by YWCA’s across the country for the past 20 years to raise awareness about domestic violence and inspire communities […]
ENLACE COMUNITARIO seeks bilingual (SP/ENG) Children’s Life Skills Facilitator with BA in related field to work with immigrant child witnesses of domestic violence. Facilitator will also back up crisis phone line. Competitive salary and excellent benefits. Email resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Job Description:Children’s Life Skills FacilitatorDepartment: Supportive ServicesReports to: Volunteer and Supportive Services […]
Valencia Shelter Services Executive Director Alexandria Taylor – “We Don’t Need to See It to Believe It”
Member program executive director and NMCADV board member shares her thoughts on our responsibility take action against violence.
NMCADV Executive Director Pam Wiseman and Animal Protection of New Mexico Deputy Director Daniel Abram give their informative views on animal abuse and domestic violence and talk about our project the Companion Animal Rescue Effort (CARE).
Last week in Ann Arbor, MI experts from around the country met to explore the future of Batterer Intervention Programs. NMCADV executive director Pam Wiseman was proud to attend and be part of this project. The Conceptual Clarity Project will be ongoing and continue to develop advancements and innovations to batterer programs. There has been some […]
September 10, 2014 Advocates around the country reacted with surprise and relief when the Ray Rice domestic violence incident received so much media attention. After all, this is the sort of thing – and worse – that domestic violence advocates see every day. Unfortunately, in many places, the commission of an act of domestic violence […]
Valencia Shelter Services is seeking a uniquely talented, compassionate, and professional individual to provide advocacy and support for assessing and educating all Valencia Shelter Services’ client’s housing needs. The position requires outreach, advocacy and case management proficiency. Candidates will be considered who demonstrate a working knowledge and experience with issues pertaining to trauma informed service delivery, domestic violence, and sexual […]
Pam Wiseman speaks to with Santa Fe Radio Cafe host Mary-Charlotte, covering upcoming NMCADV projects including: the Message Matters conference, detailing why messaging and communication is important in creating support for domestic violence work and understanding who our detractors are; our partnership with Animal Protection New Mexico and the CARE program, explaining the link between animal […]