November 2016 Newsletter

Posted on 28. Nov, 2016 by in Articles, Events, News

Our latest newsletter is out! Check out features on the Futures Leadership Group, a profile on Taos member program Community Against Violence, training announcements and project updates! NMCADV Newsletter November 2016

NMCADV Newsletter October 2016

Posted on 31. Oct, 2016 by in Articles, Events, News

Check out NMCADV’s latest events and updates in our monthly newsletter! http://www.nmcadv.org/nmcadv-newsletter-october-2016/ ‎

August 2016 Newsletter

Posted on 22. Aug, 2016 by in Articles, Events, News

Check out our latest updates and upcoming events! August 2016 Newsletter

July Newsletter is out!

Posted on 27. Jul, 2016 by in Articles, News

Check out our latest news and updates in our monthly newsletters. July 2016 Newsletter

Not the Usual Suspects: Terrorism and Domestic Violence by NMCADV Exec. Director Pam Wiseman

Posted on 28. Jun, 2016 by in Articles, News

Insight on the connection between Terrorism and Domestic Violence from NMCADV’s Executive Director Pamela Wiseman. Not the Usual Suspects: Terrorism and Domestic Violence By Pamela Jayne Wiseman 7/28/2016 It has recently come to the attention of the media and various public officials that domestic violence and terrorism may be linked. In fact, those who work in the […]

June Newsletter is out!

Posted on 23. Jun, 2016 by in Articles, Events, News

Check out our latest updates and announcements in the June newsletter. http://www.nmcadv.org/nmcadv-newsletter-june-2016/

Victims Rights Advocates Support NM License Compromise with No Fingerprinting

Posted on 12. Feb, 2016 by in Articles, Legislative Updates, News

From KRWG – By SOMOS UN PUEBLO UNIDO http://krwg.org/post/victims-rights-advocates-support-nm-license-compromise-no-fingerprinting Commentary:  Over two dozen domestic violence and sexual assault service providers, and the New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association, announced their opposition to fingerprinting and background check requirements for immigrants applying for driving authorization cards. A bi-partisan group of New Mexico senators currently support compromise legislation (amended HB99) that complies with the Real ID […]

The Case for an Interim Executive Director – By Pam Wiseman, NMCADV Executive Director

Posted on 16. Sep, 2015 by in Articles

The Case for an Interim Executive Director By Pam Wiseman Executive Director, NMCADV September 4th, 2015 Interim executive directors are people who serve for a short time after an ED leaves and before a new ED is secured. Often viewed as placeholders, they keep the lights on and the bills paid until a permanent, long-term […]

Important Legislation on Strangulation

Posted on 16. Feb, 2015 by in Articles, Legislative Updates, News

Malinda Williams, Executive Director of Community Against Violence in Taos, explains the importance of adding definitions of strangulation and suffocation to existing NM statutes this legislative session. From The Taos News: New Mexico is one of only six remaining states that do not have specific laws against strangulation. For the fourth consecutive year, women and men […]

“Defending Childhood” released by Department of Justice

Posted on 10. Dec, 2014 by in Articles, News, Research & Data

The Department of Justice recently released a report from the Attorney General’s National Task Force on Children Exposed to Violence. The report called “Defending Childhood” exposes a startling look at children’s exposure to violence across the country.  “Exposure to violence is a national crisis that affects approximately two out of every three of our children. […]