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NMCADV Speaking Out Podcast

NMCADV Speaking Out Podcast

By New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence
The New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence is a nonprofit comprised of over 30 domestic violence programs, various shareholders, and its supporters across the state.

The goal of this podcast is to highlight our programs and the amazing work that they’re doing around the state, provide discussion around the topics of domestic violence, and create an environment of education and empowerment for anyone that may be experiencing domestic violence.
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24. Ep. 24 - Foco de Membresía: Enlace Comunitario (Español)
NMCADV es una coalición formada por alrededor de 30 proveedores de violencia doméstica en todo el estado de Nuevo México. Estamos muy orgullosos de destacar nuestros programas y su arduo trabajo a través de este podcast. El 15 de septiembre marcó el comienzo del Mes de la Herencia Hispana. ¡En honor, estaremos presentando nuestro Membership Spotlight de Enlace en español! Esta semana estamos hablando con Ana López, Gerente de Prevención de Enlace Comunitario en Albuquerque, Nuevo México. Discutimos el trabajo de prevención que realizan, qué desafíos son exclusivos de su comunidad y su reciente premio de DomesticShelters.org. Puede obtener más información sobre Enlace en enlacenm.org. Si usted o alguien que conoce está experimentando violencia doméstica, hay ayuda disponible. Llame a The Hotline al 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) o visite su sitio web en un dispositivo seguro en www.thehotline.org. O encuentre su programa de violencia doméstica de Nuevo México más cercano en https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. Usted no está solo. ¿Te encantan nuestras conversaciones? Asegúrate de suscribirte, calificar y compartir nuestro podcast. Puede enviar preguntas y comentarios a Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
24:05
September 20, 2022
24. Ep. 24 - Membership Spotlight: Enlace Comunitario (English)
NMCADV is a coalition made up of around 30 domestic violence providers around the state of New Mexico. We're so proud to highlight our programs and their hard-work through this podcast. This week we're talking with Ana Lopez, Prevention Manager at Enlace Comunitario in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We discuss the prevention work that they do, what challenges are unique to their community, and their recent award from DomesticShelters.org. You can learn more about Enlace at enlacenm.org. This episode if also available in Spanish on Sep 21st! If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
25:28
September 20, 2022
23. Ep. 23 - Advocate of the Month: Holly Arriaga
This week we are highlighting one of our September Advocates of the Month — Holly Arriaga! We started this initiative within our coalition to give our programs the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the amazing advocates that they have on staff. Advocacy is a difficult job and they are such a fundamental part of supporting survivors, so we wanted to make sure that our advocates across New Mexico know that we see them and value their hard work and dedication to the cause. Holly was nominated by Maria Cahuenas, Director of Victim Services at the Domestic Violence Resource Center. in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Read more about her in our NMCADV Spotlight! You can learn more about DVRC at dvrcnm.org. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
09:54
September 13, 2022
22. Ep. 22 - Membership Spotlight: Domestic Violence Resource Center
NMCADV is a coalition made up of around 30 domestic violence providers around the state of New Mexico. We're so proud to highlight our programs and their hard-work through this podcast. This week we're talking with Kristin Middleton, Executive Director and Maria Cahuenas, Director of Victim Services at Domestic Violence Resource Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We discuss all of the ways that they're rebuilding, taking care of their employees, what challenges are unique to their community, and the work that they're most proud of. You can learn more about DVRC at dvrcnm.org.  Their hotline number is 505-248-3165. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
31:01
September 06, 2022
21. Ep. 21 - What is CCBP? with Program Support Specialist Shana Aldahl
This week, in honor of Make a Difference for Children Month — we are talking with our Program Support Specialist Shana Aldahl who helped start the program.  To learn more about our Children's Capacity Building Project, visit our website.  Here is a list of our New Mexico programs that are currently taking part in CCBP: Battered Families Services COPE Inc. – Center of Protective Environment CAV – Community Against Violence CCNNM - Crisis Center of Northern New Mexico Enlace Comunitario Esperanza Shelter Family Crisis Center Grammy’s House Haven House HEAL – Help End Abuse for Life La Casa, Inc. Healing House (La Casa) Nambe Pueblo NUMC – Navajo United Methodist Church (New Beginnings) Roberta’s Place S.A.F.E. House Tri-County Family Justice Center Valencia Shelter Services If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
27:52
July 26, 2022
20. Ep. 20 - Special Edition: How the Overturning of Roe v. Wade Could Embolden Domestic Abusers
With the recent overturning of Roe v Wade, NMCADV felt it necessary to start a very important discussion. NMCADV’s David Garvin facilitates leading voices in domestic violence. Dr. Carolyn West, Jessica Nunan, and Scott Miller join us to talk about how this is going to affect survivors of domestic violence. We address how power and control presents in abusive relationships and how domestic abusers will use the recent ruling of Roe v. Wade to control and ultimately abuse their partners. Download the Power and Control Wheel used for the conversation here and find more of Duluth's wheels here.
01:06:07
July 25, 2022
19. Ep. 19 - Advocates of the Month: Sunny Cassidy and Sherlleen Charley
This week we are highlighting one of our two remaining July Advocates of the Month — Sunny Cassidy and Sherlleen Charley! We started this initiative within our coalition to give our programs the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the amazing advocates that they have on staff. Advocacy is a difficult job and they are such a fundamental part of supporting survivors, so we wanted to make sure that our advocates across New Mexico know that we see them and value their hard work and dedication to the cause. Sunny and Sherlleen were nominated by Oshay Jaramillo, Programs Manager at Roberta's Place, Inc. in Grants, New Mexico. Read more about them all in our NMCADV Spotlight! You can learn more about Roberta's Place at robertasplace.net If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
30:13
July 19, 2022
18. Ep. 18 - Advocate of the Month: Margaret "Molly" DeLoris
This week we are highlighting one of our July Advocates of the Month — Margaret "Molly" DeLoris! We started this initiative within our coalition to give our programs the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the amazing advocates that they have on staff. Advocacy is a difficult job and they are such a fundamental part of supporting survivors, so we wanted to make sure that our advocates across New Mexico know that we see them and value their hard work and dedication to the cause. Molly was nominated by Oshay Jaramillo, Programs Manager at Roberta's Place, Inc. in Grants, New Mexico. Read more about her in our NMCADV Spotlight! You can learn more about Roberta's Place at robertasplace.net If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
27:27
July 12, 2022
17. Ep. 17 - Membership Spotlight: Roberta's Place, Inc.
NMCADV is a coalition made up of around 30 domestic violence providers around the state of New Mexico. We're so proud to highlight our programs and their hard-work through this podcast. This week we're talking with Oshay Jaramillo, Programs Manager at Roberta's Place, Inc. in Grants, New Mexico. We discuss all of the ways that they're innovating, what challenges are unique to their community, and the work that they're most proud of. You can learn more about Roberta's Place at robertasplace.net  If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
25:15
July 06, 2022
16. Ep. 16 - Membership Spotlight: Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico
NMCADV is a coalition made up of around 30 domestic violence providers around the state of New Mexico. We're so proud to highlight our programs and their hard-work through this podcast. This week we're talking with Adrien Lawyer, Co-Founder of the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico. We discuss how they serve their clients, their long-term goals as an organization, what challenges their community face, and the work that they're most proud of. You can learn more about TGRC at tgrcnm.org or follow them on Facebook at facebook.com/TGRCNM or Instagram at instagram.com/TGRCNM If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
41:47
June 28, 2022
15. Ep. 15 - Advocate of the Month: Matilda Hadzic
This week we are highlighting our June Advocate of the Month — Matilda Hadzic! We started this initiative within our coalition to give our programs the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the amazing advocates that they have on staff. Advocacy is a difficult job and they are such a fundamental part of supporting survivors, so we wanted to make sure that our advocates across New Mexico know that we see them and value their hard work and dedication to the cause. Matilda was nominated by Sonya Romero of Esperanza Shelter. Read more about her in our NMCADV Spotlight!  You can learn more about Esperanza at esperanzashelter.org or follow them on Facebook at facebook.com/esperanzasheltersantafe or Instagram at instagram.com/esperanzashelterinc You can also access their Crisis Line, which is 1-505-473-5200 or 1-800-473-5200. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
21:17
June 21, 2022
14. Ep. 14 - Membership Spotlight: Esperanza Shelter
NMCADV is a coalition made up of around 30 domestic violence providers around the state of New Mexico. We're so proud to highlight our programs and their hard-work through this podcast. This week we finish talking with Anji Estrellas, Executive Director at Esperanza Shelter. We discuss the challenges that her community face, what you can do to help, and how their organization prioritizes taking care of themselves. You can learn more about Esperanza at esperanzashelter.org or follow them on Facebook at facebook.com/esperanzasheltersantafe or Instagram at instagram.com/esperanzashelterinc You can also access their Crisis Line, which is 1-505-473-5200 or 1-800-473-5200. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
22:42
June 14, 2022
13. Ep. 13 - Membership Spotlight: Esperanza Shelter
NMCADV is a coalition made up of around 30 domestic violence providers around the state of New Mexico. We're so proud to highlight our programs and their hard-work through this podcast. This week we are talking with Anji Estrellas, Executive Director at Esperanza Shelter. We discuss the work that she's most proud of and how they've grown and innovated. You can learn more about Esperanza at esperanzashelter.org or follow them on Facebook at facebook.com/esperanzasheltersantafe or Instagram at instagram.com/esperanzashelterinc You can also learn more about our 2022 Community Hero, Deb DeMaris of DeMaris Restoration & Design, LLC at their website demarisdesign.com If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
18:42
June 07, 2022
12. Ep. 12 - SOLUTIONS: An NMCADV Conference Announcement
NMCADV is excited to announce our national conference — SOLUTIONS: An NMCADV Conference! We all know that domestic violence is a devastating and far reaching problem. This conference will respond to the question of what can be done about it. Domestic violence service providers are a critical part of every solution. However, domestic violence advocates can not do this work alone. Therefore system solutions will be introduced and explored, including: how to create an effective coordinated community response; examples of battering intervention programs that promote offender and system accountability; enhancing the response of the child welfare system;  and exploring court watch and restorative justice approaches.    YOU are part of the Solution! June 28 - 29, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm MT Topics will include: Solutions & Research Battering Intervention Program (BIP) Models: Family Peace Initiative, Healthy Families, Allies in Change, HEAL, The Duluth Model (DAIP), Emerge, House of Ruth (Maryland) Court Watch Safe & Together Model Odara Coordinated Community Response (CCR) Restorative Justice Self-Care Faculty: David Adams Etiony Aldarondo Ebony Isis Booth Margaret Butler Jeffrie Cape Steve Halley Jolene Holgate (Diné) Chris Huffine Rod Kaskalla Alyce LaViolette David Mandel Scott Miller Lisa Nitsch Stacey Seldon Jeremy Neville Sorrell Johnnie Trujillo Pam Wiseman and more... Register today and don't miss out on this conference for innovators within our field!
09:00
May 31, 2022
11. Ep. 11 - Advocate of the Month: Mahbooba Pannah
This week we are highlighting one of our advocates of the month! We started this initiative within our coalition to give our programs the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the amazing advocates that they have on staff. Advocacy is a difficult job and they are such a fundamental part of supporting survivors, so we wanted to make sure that our advocates across New Mexico know that we see them and value their hard work and dedication to the cause. This is part two of a two-part episode to honor two amazing advocates that were nominated by Chearie Alipat of New Mexico Asian Family Center. Chearie nominated both Yuko Kobayashi and Mahbooha Pannah for their outstanding work and we are honored to have them as our May Advocates of the Month. You can find out more about New Mexico Asian Family Center at http://nmafc.org/ If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
14:55
May 24, 2022
10. Ep. 10 - Advocate of the Month: Yuko Kobayashi
This week we are highlighting one of our advocates of the month!  We started this initiative within our coalition to give our programs the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the amazing advocates that they have on staff. Advocacy is a difficult job and they are such a fundamental part of supporting survivors, so we wanted to make sure that our advocates across New Mexico know that we see them and value their hard work and dedication to the cause. This is part one of a two-part episode to honor two amazing advocates that were nominated by Chearie Alipat of New Mexico Asian Family Center. Chearie nominated both Yuko Kobayashi and Mahbooha Pannah for their outstanding work and we are honored to have them as our May Advocates of the Month. You can find out more about New Mexico Asian Family Center at http://nmafc.org/ If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
10:17
May 17, 2022
9. Ep. 9 - Membership Spotlight: New Mexico Asian Family Center
NMCADV is a coalition made up of around 30 domestic violence providers around the state of New Mexico. We're so proud to highlight our programs and their hard-work through this podcast. In honor is Asian American & Pacific Islanders Heritage Month we wanted to spotlight one of our newest members! This week we are talking with Chearie Alipat, Ending Gender Based Violence Coordinator at the New Mexico Asian Family Center. We discuss the work that they're most proud of, how they've grown and innovated, and the unique challenges their community face. You can learn more about New Mexico Asian Family Center at https://nmafc.org/home or follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/nmasianfamilycenter or Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/nm_asian_family_center If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
15:10
May 10, 2022
8. Ep. 8 - NMCADV Staff Spotlight: Zane Stephens
The New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence works to achieve a coordinated local, regional, and statewide response to domestic violence through a collaborative network of member programs that consist of domestic violence service providers and other allied organizations and individuals.  This week we are highlighting our staff here at NMCADV. Zane Stephens, our Chief Operating Officer, talks to us about his role, what brought him to the work, and what he believes would make a difference for both our programs and survivors of domestic violence. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
29:00
May 03, 2022
7. Ep. 7 - Membership Spotlight: El Refugio Inc.
NMCADV is a coalition made up of around 30 domestic violence providers around the state of New Mexico. We're so proud to highlight our programs and their hard-work through this podcast. This week we are talking with Linda Marquez-Tollefson, Shelter Director and Charlene Fletcher, Administrative Assistant of El Refugio Inc. We discuss the work that they're most proud of, how they've grown and innovated, the challenges their community face, and what you could do to help them keep helping their clients. You can learn more about El Refugio, Inc. at https://www.eridv.org/ or follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/elrefugioinc/ Their 24/7 Crisis Line is (575) 538-2125  If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
21:08
April 26, 2022
6. Ep. 6 - Advocate of the Month: Clarissa Sierra
This week we are highlighting one of our advocates of the month. We started this initiative within our coalition to give our programs the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the amazing advocates that they have on staff. Advocacy is a difficult job and they are such a fundamental part of supporting survivors, so we wanted to make sure that our advocates across New Mexico know that we see them and value their hard work and dedication to the cause. This is part two of a two-part episode to honor two amazing advocates that were nominated by Linda Tollefson of El Refugio Inc. in Silver City, New Mexico. Linda nominated both Diana Gordillo and Clarissa Sierra for their outstanding work and we are honored to have them as our April Advocates of the Month. Clarissa's Bio: "Clarissa Sierra is a 28-year-old mother of two beautiful and outgoing daughters, Serenity and Savannah, and is the youngest of her 3 older brothers and twin sister. Clarissa is always up for a good laugh and spending time with her family and friends especially when it comes to being her daughters’ biggest fan on the side lines at sporting events they partake in. Before starting at El Refugio, Inc. she served 8 years in the New Mexico Army National Guard and was a Detention Officer for 4 years with the County of Grant. Clarissa became a Victim Advocate with El Refugio, Inc. in January of 2021 and since then has helped with empowering many survivors of domestic violence and their families. As a victim advocate with El Refugio, Inc. she assists domestic violence survivors in getting domestic violence protection orders, supports them through the court process, and she also spends many hours doing outreach in her community. As a survivor of domestic violence herself, Clarissa is dedicated to the cause of empowering survivors, being a voice against domestic violence and spreading awareness in her community." You can find out more about El Refugio, Inc. at https://www.eridv.org/ If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
17:01
April 19, 2022
5. Ep. 5 - Advocate of the Month: Diana Gordillo
This week we are highlighting one of our advocates of the month. We started this initiative within our coalition to give our programs the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the amazing advocates that they have on staff. Advocacy is a difficult job and they are such a fundamental part of supporting survivors, so we wanted to make sure that our advocates across New Mexico know that we see them and value their hard work and dedication to the cause. This is part one of a two-part episode to honor two amazing advocates that were nominated by Linda Tollefson of El Refugio Inc. in Silver City, New Mexico. Linda nominated both Diana Gordillo and Clarissa Sierra for their outstanding work and we are honored to have them as our April Advocates of the Month. Diana's Bio: "Diana Gordillo is the Daytime Shelter Advocate for El Refugio Inc., in Silver City, NM. In her role at El Refugio Inc., Diana conducts client’s intakes, enters information into the client database, transports clients to appointments, completes case management, safety plans and goals with client’s while they are in shelter. She also assists with any manual labor and cleaning needed around the shelter. Diana has a bachelor's degree in psychology with a minor in chemical dependency counseling from Western New Mexico University. Her long-term goal is to work with at-risk youth. During her time at El Refugio, Diana has been able to help many clients get permanent housing, mental health and medical help, and even has assisted clients with the process of going back to school. When she is not at work, Diana enjoys spending time with her 2-year-old daughter, her husband, friends, and family. She enjoys traveling, the outdoors, and art. Diana has successfully sold two of her own paintings but likes to keep her art a hobby as an outlet for stress and self-care." You can find out more about El Refugio, Inc. at https://www.eridv.org/ If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
14:34
April 12, 2022
4. Ep. 4 - What is BIP? with Director of Battering Intervention Services and Systems Response David Garvin
This week we sat down with our Director of Battering Intervention Services and Systems Response David Garvin to cover the topic of BIP or Battering Intervention Services. He explains the history of BIP, why BIPs are important, and how BIP is unique in New Mexico. Still have questions? Send us a voice message and we'll answer it on an upcoming episode! Here are the links that we mention in the show: The National BIP Network: https://www.biscmi.org/national-bip-network The New Mexico BIP Resource Map: https://www.nmcadv.org/new-mexico-bip-map The BIP Resource Videos: https://www.nmcadv.org/bip-resource-videos If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
27:25
April 05, 2022
3. Ep. 3 - Membership Spotlight: ENIPC Peacekeepers Domestic Violence Program
NMCADV is a coalition made up of around 30 domestic violence providers around the state of New Mexico. We are so happy to highlight our programs and their hard-work through this podcast. This week we are talking with Ernest Frenier, a BIP facilitator, for ENIPC Peacekeepers Domestic Violence Program. Ernest's Bio: "Ernest Frenier is a Batterers Intervention Facilitator with ENIPC PeaceKeepers Program. He has spent his life helping people within his community. Growing up experiencing domestic violence as a child he knows how domestic violence can affect every facet of one’s life as well as the lives of loved ones. His focus is working with offenders of abuse to end the often times deadly cycle of violence. He knows that there is no single approach that works for everyone, so he continues to attend the most up to date trainings and webinars to educate himself to provide the best help for his programs participants and their individual needs. He has received certifications by both New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women for Core Advocacy. He has also completed the Art of Facilitation Training through the Family Peace Initiative." You can learn more about ENIPC Peacekeepers at https://sites.google.com/enipc.org/peacekeepers/home If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
16:23
March 29, 2022
2. Ep. 2 - Advocate of the Month: Adrianne Martinez
This week we are highlighting our very first advocate of the month. We started this initiative within our coalition to give our programs the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the amazing advocates that they have on staff. Advocacy is a difficult job and they are such a fundamental part of supporting survivors, so we wanted to make sure that our advocates across New Mexico know that we see them and value their hard work and dedication to the cause. Our first ever advocate of the month is Adrianne Martinez. Adrianne was nominated by Dr. Celia Bryant of Grammy’s House in Artesia, New Mexico. Adrianne's Bio: "I am an on-call shelter advocate at Grammy’s House Domestic Violence Shelter located in Artesia, New Mexico. I became an advocate at the age of nineteen in order to give back to my community, as well as aid survivors of need. I am now twenty-three years old, and still passionate about every aspect of my job as an advocate. Whether it be aiding survivors in locating resources they are in need of, providing support, safety planning, or anything in between I am here for survivors of domestic violence of all ages and backgrounds. I am also pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work as well as a Masters Degree in Forensic Science/Criminology. I also enjoy reading books of varying genres as well as spending quality time with my family. I also enjoy attending plays and operas." You can find out more about Grammy's House at https://www.grammyshouse.org/ If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
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March 22, 2022
1. Ep. 1 - Who is NMCADV? with Executive Director Pam Wiseman
Welcome to our brand new NMCADV Speaking Out Podcast!  This week we sat down with our Executive Director Pam Wiseman to cover the topic of who is the New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Pam tells us a little bit about who we are, the work that we do, and what makes us different from direct service providers and other coalitions.  Still have questions? Send us a voice message and we'll answer it on an upcoming episode! Here is a link to our annual newsletter if you'd like learn more about the work we do: https://www.nmcadv.org/annual-newsletter If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, there is help available. Please call The Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website on a safe device at www.thehotline.org. Or find your nearest New Mexico domestic violence program at https://www.nmcadv.org/find-nm-resources. You are not alone. Love our conversations? Make sure to subscribe, rate, and share our podcast. You can submit questions and feedback to Rochelle@nmcadv.org.
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March 15, 2022
NMCADV Speaking Out Podcast Trailer
We’ve got a podcast! We are so excited to announce the start of NMCADV’s Speaking Out Podcast. Our goal is to highlight our programs and the amazing work that they’re doing around the state, provide discussion around the topics of domestic violence, and create an environment of education and empowerment for anyone that may be experiencing domestic violence. You can find us wherever you listen to podcasts. Make sure to subscribe so you’ll never miss an episode!
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March 01, 2022