State Funding

NMCVRC leverages state funds to support programming and infrastructure for projects to improve services to survivors.

Civil Legal Services

The Civil Legal Services Grant was authorized by the Legislature to increase the availability of free civil legal services for victims of crime, such as protective orders and other legal assistance.

Human Trafficking Services

The Human Trafficking Services Grant was authorized by the Legislature to increase the availability of services for victims of human trafficking, such as immediate access to shelter, legal services, medical services, education, substance abuse and advocacy.

New: State Human Trafficking Services RFP# 80-780-18-00054

The New Mexico Crime Victim Reparation Commission (CVRC) is issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) for FY 2019. The purpose of this RFP is to provide services for human trafficking victims throughout the state of New Mexico. The RFP and other required information can be found on the Grants Tab under the SAS Statewide Funding page and the State Purchasing Division Website: Procurement Regulations and Request for Proposal – RFP instructions here.

New: Human Trafficking Grant Writing Webinar Here

Intimate Partner Violence Death Review Team

Enacted under enabling legislation, 31-22-4.1, the purpose of the Intimate Partner Violence Death Review Team is to review the facts and circumstances of domestic and sexual violence related homicides in New Mexico, identifying the causes of the fatalities and their relationship to government and non-government service delivery systems and developing methods of domestic violence prevention.   And, compiles an annual report with recommendations to the New Mexico legislators on areas to strengthen within the above mentioned systems of response in order to reduce the number of these fatalities.

State Sexual Assault Services

The State Sexual Assault Services Grant was authorized by the Legislature to increase the availability of services for victims of sexual violence and support the core infrastructure of services within the state.

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to provide Sexual Assault Services (SAS) throughout the state of New Mexico.

There are three Service Provision Areas included in this RFP. The New Mexico Crime Victim Reparation Commission (CVRC) is issuing this RFP for FY 2019. The initial contract term is for the 12-month period beginning on July 1, 2018 and ending on June 30, 2019. CVRC reserves the right to extend the contract on an annual basis, or any portions thereof, for up to three (3) additional years. In accordance with Section 13-1-150 NMSA 1978, no contract term for a professional services contract, including extensions and renewals, shall exceed four years, except as set forth in Section 13-1-150 NMSA 1978. These statewide and/or regional, county or community services must be provided in accordance with the applicable Federal, State, and local laws. The total amount of funding available through this RFP for the 12-month period is approximately $3,324,100.00 subject to legislative appropriations of funding, and budget approval by the Department of Finance and Administration.

 

NEW: Grant Writing Workshop Recorded Webinar

AMENDED NEW Request for Proposal Solicitation RFP #19-780-P706-9000000000:
FY19 Sexual Assault Service FINAL Amended

NEW SAS Application Form:
FY19 SAS Application Form Final

NEW Acknowledgement of Interest Form:

NEW Campaign Contribution Disclosure Form:
Campaign_Contribution_Disclosure_Form_09_2017

NEW FY19 SAS Sample Contract

NEW Additional Budget Form

NEW Additional Deliverables/PPCs Form

NEW 2017 – 2020 Statewide Implementation Plan
New-Mexico-Statwide-Implementation-Plan-2017-2020-Final-Without-Appendix

November 15, 2018 - NM CVRC Commission Meeting