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Coordinated Community Response Council (CCRC)
PO Box 5701
Santa Fe, NM87502
(505) 955-5018

By bringing together a diverse group of individuals and agencies, we are increasing the resources available to the community and creating a seamless, sustainable, and effective response to domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

Emergencies: Dial 911
City of Santa Fe Police Department: (505) 955-5059
Santa Fe County Sheriff's Department: (505) 986-2455
Esperanza Shelter for Battered Families: (800) 473-5220 (see below)
Solace Crisis Treatment Center: (800) 721-7273
Children Youth and Families Department to Report Child Abuse: (800) 797-3260

Esperanza Shelter for Battered Families
NM
(800) 473-5220

Esperanza empowers people to live violence-free lives through protection, prevention, awareness and education.  The philosophy of Esperanza is to empower all clients to consistently experience safety, respect, equality, self-determination and compassion.

  • Protection
  • Prevention
  • Education
  • Leadership and Public Awareness
Food Depot
Coll Green Angel Depot
1222 Siler Road
Santa Fe, NM87507
(505) 471-1633
[bot protected email address]

The Food Depot solicit surplus food from a variety of sources and redistributes the food to more than a hundred local nonprofit agencies that, in turn, provide it to people in need.

Food for Santa Fe
NM
[bot protected email address]

Food for Santa Fe is a 501(c)3 non-profit, all-volunteer organization. Its mission is to provide supplemental food on a routine, scheduled basis to families, individuals and service organizations in need of such support in the Santa Fe area.

The food is obtained through bulk purchases, which are funded by individual cash donations, foundations, the Santa Fe faith community, and local government and businesses.

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