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Children's Program

Kids in Preschool

Advocating for Children

Many of our shelter residents are children who have witnessed intimate partner domestic violence. We have on-going curriculum to help encourage parent-child engagement, educational activities, healthy activities, and just plain fun activities! 

Parent-Child Engagement

Our Children's Advocacy Coordinator creates fun, healthy, and educational activities that help our residents learn to engage with their children. Examples of some of our favorite activities are:

  • Kickball

  • Basketball

  • Trips to the park

  • Growing plants

  • Arts and crafts projects

  • Yoga

  • Running

  • Movie night

  • Festivals

Parent Education

Our Children's Advocacy team works with parents to help them learn how to engage with their children after the leave they shelter. 

This can include:

  • Working with parents to be creative with what they have

  • Giving parents crafting ideas using typical household items

  • Encouraging parents to do things like yoga, play kickball and other physical activities with their kids

  • Encouraging a healthy diet

Photos from Shelter Events!

Virtual Santa!
Virtual Santa!

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Virtual Santa!
Virtual Santa!

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Halloween!
Halloween!

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Virtual Santa!
Virtual Santa!

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Contact Us

505.247.4219 (Local) 800.773.3645 (Toll-Free)

P.O. Box 25363

Albuquerque, NM 87125

info@safehousenm.org

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please call our 24/7 hotline.
505.247.4219 (Local) 800.773.3645 (Toll-Free)
Our staff are standing by to assist you in any way possible.

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