Legal advocacy is necessary to create systemic changes that are needed to improve the lives of a large number of women and girls.
100 low-income New Mexicans facing a variety of legal issues (i.e., family, housing, employment) received almost three hundred hours on brief services (legal advice and counseling) from SWLC.
800 low-income New Mexicans in Las Cruces, Anthony, Farmington, Gallup, and the Navajo Nation received two hundred and twenty hours of outreach and community legal education from SWLC.
Our clients call with a wide variety of legal issues. The most significant area of law we provide advice and referrals for is family law.
We offer limited legal services and provide resources where applicable. Contact us to learn more.