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MY ABUSER HAS A GUN

If you have a current Protection From Abuse Order (PFA) from a court against your abuser, or if your abuser has been convicted of a felony or domestic violence misdemeanor, then Federal law states that it is illegal for your abuser to buy or have a gun in their possession.

You MUST ASK THE JUDGE to specifically write in your order that the abuser cannot buy or have a gun while the order is in effect and to require that your abuser to give any guns to the police, or require the police to go to the abuser's house and get them. The guns then go to either the county sheriff or court clerk of stolen property. The district attorney in the county where the gun(s) was taken away can then file to have them destroyed.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the domestic violence agency in your area immediately.


New Mexico Domestic Violence Advocates & Support Contacts
LocationProgramPhone
Statewide New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Child Abuse Reporting
Child Support Assistance
Crime Victims Reparation Commission
Dept. of Corrections Victim Services
Lawyers Care Pro Bono Project
Legal FACS 24 Hours Advocacy
Legal Resources DV Hotline
Morning Star House, Inc.
New Mexico Victims' Rights Project
800-773-3645
800-797-3260
800-288-7207
505-841-9432
877-842-8464
505-797-6000
505-217-0464
877-974-3400
505-232-8299
888-410-1084

Bernalillo County Albuquerque Family Guidance Center
Albuquerque Indian Center
Albequerque Police Victim Assistance Unit
Amistad Crisis Shelter
Cuidando Los Ninos
Enlace Comunitario
First Nations (Counseling)
Lawyers Referral Service
Legal Aid Society Of Albuquerque
The Neutral Corner (Supervised Visitation Center)
Peanut Butter & Jelly Family Services
Resources, Inc.
S.A.F.E. House Shelter
Univ. of New Mexico Victim Assistance Program
Victim Assistance Bureau
YWCA of the Middle Rio Grande
505-232-5239
505-263-4418
505-768-2104
505-877-0371
505-843-6899
505-246-8972
505-262-2481
505-797-6010
505-243-7871
505-255-0007
505-877-7060
505-884-1241
505-247-4219
505-277-2241
505-841-7020
505-254-9922

Chaves County Refuge for Battered Adults (Roswell) 505-627-8361

Cibola County Family Services Program (Laguna)
Roberta's Place (Grants)
800-530-2199
505-287-7724

Colfax County Alternatives to Violence (Raton) 800-799-6484

Curry CountyThe Hartley House (Clovis)505-769-0305

Dona Ana CountyLa Casa (Las Cruces)
Las Cruces Police Victim Assistance Unit
Southern New Mexico Legal Services
800-376-2272
505-528-4111
505-541-4867

Eddy County Battered Families Shelter (Carlsbad)
Grandma's House (Artesia)
Southern New Mexico Legal Services
505-885-4615
505-365-5144
505-541-4867

Grant CountyEl Refugio (Silver City888-538-2125

Harding County Alternatives to Violence (Raton) 800-799-6484

Hildago CountyEl Refugio (Lordsburg)505-542-8398

Lea County Options, Inc. (Hobbs)
Southern New Mexico Legal Services
505-397-1576
505-541-4867

Lincoln CountySouthern New Mexico Legal Services505-541-4867

Luna CountyThe Healing House (Deming)505-546-6539

McKinley CountyBattered Families Services (Gallup)800-634-4508

CMora County Alternatives to Violence (Raton) 800-799-6484

Otero County C.O.P.E. Inc. (Alamogordo)
Southern New Mexico Legal Services
505-437-2673
505-541-4867

Quay CountyThe Hartley House (Tucumari) 505-461-4208

Rio Arriba County Community Based Services (Chama)
Community Based Services (Espanola)
Crisis Center Of Northern New Mexico
Jicarilla Apache Social Services (Dulce)
Peacekeepers DV Program (San Juan)
505-756-2327
505-470-3967
505-753-1656
505-759-3222
800-400-8694

Roosevelt County The Hartley House (Portales) 505-356-5379

San Juan County Family Crisis Center (Farmington)
Navajo United Methodist Center (Farmington)
Home for Women & Children (Shiprock)
505-564-9192
505-325-7578
505-368-5124

San Miguel County Alternatives to Violence
Somos Familia
800-799-6484
866-898-8021

Sanduval County Haven House (Rio Rancho)
Peanut Butter & Jelly Family Services
800-526-7157
505-877-7060

Santa Fe County Attorney General Victim Services Office
Esperanza for Battered Families (Santa Fe)
505-827-6084
505-473-5200

Sierra County Abuse Intervention Center (Truth or Consq.)
S. New Mexico Legal Services
505-894-3557
505-541-4867

Socorro County El Puente del Socorro
Southern New Mexico Legal Services
888-545-4615
505-541-4867

Taos CountyCommunity Against Violence505-758-9888

Union County Alternatives to Violence (Raton) 800-799-6484

Valencia County Peanut Butter & Jelly Family Services
Shelter for Victims of DV (Belen)
505-877-7060
505-864-1383






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