Impact of Prevention in New Mexico

The New Mexico Department of Health and the Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico have developed curriculms aimed at preventing sexual violence before it occurs in our communities. At the Rape Crisis Center, we currently implement a number of school-based programs that are aimed at educating youth on sexual violence. For more information about these programs, click here.

 

 

Proyecto de Voz

In fiscal year 2016, 148 middle school girls participated in the Proyecto de Voz program through the Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico, with nearly all participants (94%) reporting increased intention to intervene as a bystander to sexual violence.

 

Palabra

In fiscal year 2016, 165 middle school boys participanted in the Palabra program through the Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico, with three-fourths of all participants (75%) reporting increased intention to intervene as a bystander to sexual violence.2

 

Anti-Sexual Violence Institute (ASVTI)

In fiscal year 2016, 340 high school students participanted in the Anti-Sexual Violence Institute (ASVTI) program through the Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico, with nearly all participants (92%) reporting increased intention to intervene as a bystander to sexual violence.3

 

Sources:

1Voz FY16 evaluation report DOH

2Palabra FY16 evaluation report DOH

3ASVTI FY16 evaluation report DOH

 

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 RCCCNM is devoted to presenting the most accruate and up-to-date information around sexual violence in our communities. However, reporting on sexual violence is extrememly challenging due to the nature of sexual violence as well as many other factors. Sources of all our information is cited from various studies and resources that are reliable and data-driven studies. If you have any questions about any of our information or sources, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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