Sexual Assault Services – Gallup, NM
Gallup Office: (505) 399-5940
24-hr Crisis Hotline: 866-908-4700
Address: 111 S. 1st Street, Gallup, NM 87301
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. 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. 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). A Sexual Assault Advocate from SAS can be at your side throughout this examination.
SAS Gallup Office: (505) 399-5940; 24-hr Crisis Hotline: 866-908-4700
GIMC Emergency Room: (505) 722-1000, ask to be transferred to the ER
Jean Proper, FNP, SANE-A, SANE-P: Office: (505) 722-1766
SEXUAL ASSAULT ADVOCATES
Advocates provide support and information at the time of the SANE Exam, resources and referrals, education, and court accompaniment through the judicial process.
SASNWNM-Gallup Office offers free counseling services to victims/survivors of sexual assault and abuse, regardless of when in your lifetime the sexual assault occurred.
OUTREACH AND EDUCATION
SASNWNM-Gallup provides education, information, and outreach services in McKinley County and surrounding areas about Sexual Assault and Teen Dating Violence through the Safe Dates Curriculum for junior high and high school students, and an early childhood sexual assault prevention program called Care For Kids for ages 4-8.