Congratulations Alexandria Taylor! NMCSAP's New Executive Director
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News & Announcements
  • NMCSAP welcomes our new Executive Director Alexandria Taylor!
    • Alexandria joined the coalition in 2018 and then soon became our Deputy Director. Now, we're so excited for the immense wealth of knowledge and experience she'll continue to share in her new role as our Executive Director!
    • Our former Executive Director Kim Alaburda is remaining with us as our Director of Operations. We're deeply grateful for Kim's incredible leadership through out her time as our ED!
    • We remain committed to serving our communities in all the ways we have before while also looking forward to how we will grow even more!
  • NM legislative session begins January 17th!
    • If you want to support us as we advocate for funding and legislation that addresses and prevents violence, then be sure to follow our social media for updates and calls to action!

Register now for all 2023!
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All employees of SASPs, SANEs, and CACs are welcome to join us the 4th Wednesday of every month for Coalition Connect. This month will be a presentation on addressing health bias and fatphobia in our organizations!

Date: January 25th and every 4th Wednesday!
Time: 9:00-10:30am
Register Here!
Effective Practices for Addressing Sexual Harm Intersectionally in Black, Indigenous, and Immigrant Communities Throughout New Mexico

This training addresses core issues across each specific population (Black, Indigenous, and Immigrant), such as blended and unique historical and cultural trauma for each subgroup, and unique gendered and cultural approaches for effective service delivery.

Limited number of of hotel and travel scholarships available!

Date: February 1st-2nd
Time: 8:30am-4:30pm
Register Here!

Other Events
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Volunteer Training

If you or someone you know wants to volunteer to advocate for survivors, sign up for Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico Winter volunteer training!

Date: January 17th-February 7th

Info Here!
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Webinar: Children with Disabilities and Abuse Dynamics

Participants will learn the appropriate use of language when referring to children with disabilities, historical treatment of individuals with disabilities, statistics/incident rates related to individuals with disabilities, and common biases and assumptions related to children with disabilities.

Date: January 31st
Time: 8:00-11:30am

Register Here!

Jobs Across NM!
The Arc of NM (Albuquerque)
Guardianship Coordinator
Rep-Payee Program Specialist
Pooled Trust Program Director
Click here for more info!

Childhaven (Farmington)
CASA Advocate Coach
Forensic Interviewer/Family Advocate
MDT Coordinator
Part-Time Maintenance Worker
Part-Time Tribal Liaison
Youth Advocate
Click here for more info!

Community Against Violence (Taos)
Thrift Store Associate
Click here for more info!

Social Media Coordinator
Click here for more info!
NMCADV (New Mexico)
Administrative Coordinator
Click here for more info!

NM Asian Family Center (Albuquerque)
Program Coordinator
Click here for more info!

SASNWNM (Farmington)
Clinical Director/Therapist
Click here for more info!

TEWA Women United (Española)

Generosity Facilitator
Financial Assistant
Valencia Shelter Services
(Los Lunas)
Bilingual Victim Advocate
Victim Advocate
Shelter Coordinator
Click here for more info!


Resource Corner
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Both/And Podcast

In this episode, Jess Clark interviews Adrienne Graf and Meg Panichelli about how the collapse of language around sex trafficking harms sex workers and sex trafficking survivors.

Listen Here!
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