16 min

45. Ep. 45 - Membership Spotlight: Carlsbad Battered Family Shelter NMCADV Speaking Out Podcast

    • Non-Profit

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 Erika Wright, Executive Director for the Carlsbad Battered Family Shelter in Carlsbad, New Mexico. We discuss how they're growing and innovating, what issues are unique to survivors in their area, and what you can do to support survivors in your community.

You can learn more about Carlsbad Battered Family Shelter carlsbadshelter.com. You can also reach their office or their Crisis Line at 575-885-4615.

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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Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nmcadv/message

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 Erika Wright, Executive Director for the Carlsbad Battered Family Shelter in Carlsbad, New Mexico. We discuss how they're growing and innovating, what issues are unique to survivors in their area, and what you can do to support survivors in your community.

You can learn more about Carlsbad Battered Family Shelter carlsbadshelter.com. You can also reach their office or their Crisis Line at 575-885-4615.

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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Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nmcadv/message

16 min