PeaceKeepers

PeaceKeepers Domestic Violence Program

"We believe that all community memers, children, women and men of the Eight Nothern Indian Pueblos have the right to live in a violence free environment. Peacekeepers, through the collaborative efforts of the Eight Northern Pueblos, is committed to the safety of the victims and their children."
Ongoing Events:
Women's support groups:
  • Every Monday @ 4:00 p.m. in Espanola (705 C La Joya Street)
  • Every Tuesday @ 10:00 a.m. in Picuris Pueblo (Transportation Building)
  • Every Thursday @ 11:30 p.m. in Taos (Yucca Plaza, 216 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Ste. J)
Batterer's Intervention Classes (CYFD Certified) :
An intake must be completed, separate sessions for men and women.  These groups are held in Picuris Monday mornings, Taos Monday afternoon/evening and in Espanola on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Please call Lena or Charlie for an intake appointment or for more information.

PeaceKeepers Services

PeaceKeepers Domestic Violence Program provides services to victims who are Native American or who are being victimized by a Native American and to offenders who are Native American or who are victimizing a Native American.  We seek to raise awareness of domestic violence by offering the following services:

PeaceKeepers Services

  • Advocacy
  • Training & Outrach
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Civil Legal Assistance
  • Probation
  • Batters Re-Education and Intervention Program