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Free trauma & PTSD hotlines in New Mexico

Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico Hotline
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The Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico (RCCCNM) provides emotional support and advocacy to survivors of sexual assault...

(505) 266-7711

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Arise Sexual Assault Services provides 24/7, free, compassionate, and confidential support by phone or in person. We support...


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Silver Regional Sexual Assault Support Services - 24/7 Crisis Hotline is dedicated to providing 24/7 free and confidential...


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The Esperanza Shelter 24 Hour Crisis Hotline provides anyone in New Mexico who is experiencing abuse, domestic violence, trauma...


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DVRC empowers victims of intimate partner violence to take back the life that is rightfully theirs. HelpLine provides access to...


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SafeHouse Denver is the only agency in the city and county of Denver that provides a full continuum of care to men, women,...

(303) 318-9989
303-318-9989

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Agora provides free, confidential, compassionate help to anyone who is in need of emotional support. Services include phone and...


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Get help now from a helpline in New Mexico, United States for trauma and PTSD

Many people go through traumatic experiences in their lives. They are more common than you might realize. That’s why there are 8 helplines for people suffering from PTSD in New Mexico, United States. It can be helpful to know some of the signs and symptoms of PTSD:

  • Overwhelming negative emotions such as guilt, shame, sadness and anxiety
  • Self-harming or destructive behaviour
  • Experiencing 'hypervigilance' or extreme alertness
  • Being unable to remember details of the traumatic event
  • Noticing tastes, smells or sounds connected to the trauma
  • Becoming isolated, withdrawn and avoiding social situations
  • Continued negative thoughts about a traumatic experience
  • Frequent nightmares and disturbed sleep patterns

The thoughts and feelings linked to trauma and PTSD are all completely normal. It’s okay to feel whatever you feel – and you can do so without guilt or shame.

Even though going through trauma and PTSD can feel very isolating and scary, there are people in New Mexico, United States who are here to help. Sharing how you feel is the first step towards recovery. You don’t have to face your fears alone.

If you feel like you might need support with trauma and PTSD, try reaching out to a hotline in New Mexico, United States. It's free and confidential.


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