What We Do
Arise Sexual Assault Services is devoted to providing immediate access to information, resources, and options about sexual violence. Our program maintains a 24/7 Crisis Helpline connecting survivors of sexual assault with a trained victim advocate who is able to provide immediate options and referrals to local resources. We seek to provide free, confidential, and comprehensive sexual assault services to all survivors in our service area, which include Curry, Roosevelt, Quay, Harding, DeBaca, Union and Lea Counties.
You can learn more about Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) and get a detailed explanation of all the elements of a SANE exam by visiting our SANE page.
We offer onsite crisis counseling, a mental health wellness clinic, and group therapy. We also have a volunteer advocacy program that provides great volunteer opportunities.
We aim to educate the community about prevention methods and strategies. If you are interested in setting up an information table, educational workshop, or presentation please contact us at email@example.com or complete a form on our website.
Arise 24/7 Crisis Hotline: 575.226.7263
Now sexual violence victims throughout Eastern New Mexico can access information and services 24/7/365 through one central source. They will be connected with local resources to further help them in overcoming the violent crime they've experienced.
Persons under 18 years of age account for 67% of all sexual assault victimization. Children under 12-years-old account for 34% of the cases, and children under six years old account for 1 of every 7 victims (14%) of the cases.
It's Time To Talk About It!
Talk early, TALK oFTEN. pREVENT SEXUAL VIOLENCE
No two survivors of sexual assault react in exactly the same way, or feel the same emotions at the same time, or heal in exactly the same way.
are raped every minute
of rape cases are ages 24 and under
1 out of 3
women will be assaulted in her lifetime
Two thirds of all victims of sexual assault do not report the crime or seek any medical attention. One of the most important steps a victim can take to protect themselves is to seek medical attention immediately