Our annual Snowflake Memorial is Wednesday, December 19th at 6 pm. Please join us as we remember loved ones lost. Call 505-243-2222 for more information.

We bridge the gaps in resources available to violent crime victims.
For every person taken by violence, there are at least 10 others left behind to deal with the aftermath. We can help them bridge the gaps in victim services.
Groups are one of the stepping stones to help you cross the bridge from vulnerability to positive resolution.
We will help you navigate through the complicated criminal justice system.
Call us now. We are here to help: 505-243-2222 or toll free 855-430-2232.
We can help move you over the bridge from vulnerability to a place of positive resolution.

Our mission is to help the survivors and co-victims of homicide deal with the aftermath of a violent death. We bridge the gaps in the availability of information and resources for victims by providing stepping stones for victims to move from a place of vulnerability to a place of positive resolution.

Grounding Tips

54321 Grounding

The holidays can bring back grief and can add to anxiety issues. This grounding strategy may help, and we are here to help too. Sometimes, just a phone visit with someone who understands and cares can help. Pat, Joan, Aussy, or Keith at 505-243-2222

December Calendar

Dec 2018 Calendar

Click for a bigger version!
Other News

Our Snowflake Memorial is on December 19th, where we remember the loved ones lost to violence.

Bulletin Board

The stepping stones we provide are:


We will be there in person, by telephone, and on-line to actively listen, evaluate needs and offer support. Our office is a convenient, professional, and pleasant setting in which to meet with families and others needing information and guidance. We also connect those left behind with others who also have lost loved-ones to violent death and have come to a place where they can support and comfort others. Such connections are extremely important in promoting the process of healing.


We aid families in dealing with the complexities of the criminal-justice process. We explain the process of obtaining police reports, gaining access to data, and making contact with case detectives and case workers. We’re a resource to families in cases where no suspect has been identified and thus they have no court advocate. We help form questions and make an effective complaint (if necessary). We know what additional services are needed and available, and exchange referrals with community organizations to meet the needs of our victims and their families.


We provide experienced and trained advocacy to and for the victims/families with appropriate agencies, a presence at police stations, court hearings and other structured meetings when a professional presence may be helpful, assistance in filing for victim compensation, assistance with enforcing and obtaining victim rights as set forth in NM Victim Rights Act.


We educate first responders, law-makers, employers, schools, and the general community about the unique effects of violent death and attempted homicide. Being a resource for accurate and well-researched information can assist in decision making for individuals, communities and law-makers.

We provide Spanish-speaking peer support / Proveemos de habla española el apoyo entre pares.

Victim services are free. We're here to help. You can also help. >>> make a donation