Coordinated Community Response Council (CCRC)
The goal of the Coordinated Community Response Council is to ensure safety for survivors of domestic/dating/sexual violence and stalking, and their children, and accountability for perpetrators of these crimes through collaboration and action.
Participation in the CCRC is open to any interested community member. Opportunities abound to join a workgroup, attend a CCRC meeting (lunch is provided!), or participate in a free upcoming event or training. If you have any questions about the CCRC or would like to find out more, please contact David River, Coordinator of the CCRC at (505) 216-9752.
The mission of the Santa Fe Coordinated Community Response Council is to make Santa Fe the safest City in the United States by 2012. By bringing together a diverse group of individuals and agencies, the CCRC is increasing the resources available to the community and creating a seamless, sustainable, and effective response to domestic/dating and sexual violence and stalking.
CCRC Work Groups
In addition to the workgroups listed below, new workgroups are formed as need and interest demands.
- Faith Response to Domestic/Dating/Sexual Violence and Stalking
- College Consortium to end Domestic/Dating/Sexual Violence and Stalking on Campus
- Public Awareness and SAFE HAVEN
- Medical and Behavioral Health Providers
- Criminal Justice
- Boys to Men