Sexual Assault Services in Gallup
Since February 2014, Sexual Assault Services of Northwest New Mexico in Farmington opened an office in Gallup to help community members in McKinley County and the Navajo Nation Chapter Houses in our area respond to, and overcome, sexual assault situations. We respond to all sexual assaults at the hospitals and clinics in our area. Our advocates provide CRISIS advocacy and support. We have a therapist that provides counseling. The Gallup Staff works within our community to provide education, prevention and information presentations dealing with sexual assault for all age groups.
The staff will be with you during your course of the recovery process, from the time of the examination to prosecution of the offender who assaulted. Everything that we do is confidential and is based on what you want. We will support you through that process. If you have been a victim of a sexual assault recently or in the past, we can assist you with what you may need. If you want to know more about our services, contact us and speak to one of our staff members.
SANE EXAMS – SEXUAL ASSAULT NURSE EXAMS
All examinations are done at Gallup Indian Medical Center (GIMC) or Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital (RMCH)
A Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Advocate can be at your side throughout this examination.
SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE TEAM PROGRAM
We offer an Advocate who provides support at the time of the SANE Exam, resources and referrals, education, and court accompaniment throughout your duration with our agency.
SASNWNM-Gallup Office is offers free counseling services to victims/survivors of sexual assault and abuse. Regardless of when in the victims/survivors lifetime the sexual assault occurred, they qualify for free counseling services.
Racheal Killgore, LPCC is an independently licensed mental health counselor. She provides individual counseling to victims/survivors of sexual abuse/assault (SA). Prior to working at SASNWNM-Gallup, she worked over 5 ½ years for a non-profit domestic violence agency as a therapist seeing victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault for counseling.
SASNWNM-Gallup provides education, information, and services to the community and surrounding areas about Sexual Assault, Teenage Dating Violence, and an early childhood prevention program called Care for Kids.
We are looking for volunteers in the Gallup area to respond to survivors sexual assault at our hospitals or clinics. If you have the time and are dedicated in helping a survivor of sexual assault achieve justice and healing, please contact Gwen Teengar, Advocate Coordinator for Gallup at 505-906-8687 or fax 505-488-2482 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*****There are two things that we would like to see either on our page or on the Home Page. Under one of the categories place information where advocates can access additional education articles and other information by way of a password and with your approval, we could post additional articles from time to time.
Another idea is to have somewhere a link to the State and Navajo Nation Sexual Offender Registries.
Gallup DV/SA Symposium 2016
- Human Trafficking in New Mexico
- DV 101 Outline
- Dynamics of Sexual Violence in Tribal Communities
- Jurisdiction on Navajo Land
- Prosecutions Process DV SA Cases from Start to Close
- Sex Trafficking in Indian Country
- The Importance of the Forensic Interview
- Reinforcing Your Armor
- Inside the Mind of a Sex Offender
- Story of Aaron
- Orders of Protection
- Child Sex Abuse
- Missing Person Alert (pt.1)
- Keynote Speech – Threats to Kill
- Advanced Stalking Offender ID
- Disruptive Interviews