Research Report Findings and Opportunities
Family Violence in Central New Mexico
Martha R. Burt, Karin Malm, Cynthia Andrews Scarcella
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This report summarizes major findings from our work on family violence for the United Way of Central New Mexico (UWCNM). "Family violence" includes violence between intimate partners (spouses, cohabiting couples, dating couples) and between adult family members and children. We identified the current availability of and significant gaps in services and supports for victims of family violence in the UWCNM service area. We were also alert to the opportunities to develop a coordinated community response to family violence that helps current victims and works to reduce and ultimately eliminate violence among family members. Based on these findings, and drawing on our knowledge of programs and approaches that work in other communities, the report presents suggestions and opportunities on which UWCNM and its community partners could act to achieve their goals.
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety Neighborhoods, cities, and metros Families Children and youth
Tags Child welfare Family violence
Policy Centers Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population