We serve those dealing in the aftermath of violent death. We provide information, comfort, advocacy and peer group counseling - all at no charge
Our purpose is to provide stepping stones to form a bridge from a place of vulnerability to a place of informed decision-making and next steps to healing and positive resolution for families of violent death.
For every victim of violent death there are many “living” victims seeking information, reassurance, and resolution. We are here to help the moms, dads, husbands, wives, children, siblings, friends, and coworkers who have been impacted.
Ponder/Strickland Medallion for work on Cold Cases as awarded by CCIRI (Cold Case Investigative Research Institute) a collaboration between 20 + colleges and universities with students working in the areas of forensics, law, law enforcement, criminal justice.
NIA/NM was founded as a non-profit investigations agency in 1998 - the Resource Center for Victims of Violent Death became a 501c3 in 2012
The "stepping stones" we offer to attempt to bridge the gap from vulnerability to resolution are: availability, information, support, advocacy, referrals, and education - at NO COST
10701 Lomas Blvd NE Suite 118, Albuquerque (NM), 87112, United States