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Once again, we would like to give a great big Thank You! to all of the sponsors, volunteers, players and the La Casa Guild for making the Drive Away Domestic Violence charity golf tournament a success!

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Open Letter To The Community


"About Us!"

La Casa, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) specializing in domestic violence emergency shelter relief and comprehensive services to help families living with violence. Each year the plea for domestic violence services grows, and La Casa, Inc. is in need of funds to support these families in crisis. Contributions to La Casa, Inc. are fully tax-deductible!

La Casa, Inc. was founded in 1981 and is currently the largest shelter in the state of New Mexico.  Many people know La Casa as a shelter, but La Casa also provides many comprehensive services including:

​Non-Residential Serivces 

Childrens Program

Education Services

Transitional Housing 

Immigration Advocacy 

Rural Programs 

Outreach and Education 

Batterer's Intervention

*Services provided over a 12 month period

213 adults and 316 children in shelter

27,670 meals provided

249 adults received non-residential counseling

166 children received comprehensive services including counseling

141 offenders received Batterer’s Intervention Services

43 victims received assistance with immigration rights

65 victims received assistance with restraining orders

59 families were assisted with transitional housing support including rental assistance 

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Cycle of Violence

Not all domestic violence is physical. It can be emotional abuse, economic abuse, sexual abuse, threats, using male privilege, intimidation, isolation, and a variety of other behaviors used to maintain fear, intimidation, and power.

Domestic Violence is often called Spousal Abuse, Woman Battering, and Wife Bashing.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS A CRIME, EVEN WHEN COMMITTED BY SOMEONE YOU LOVE.


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