In accordance with the initiatives led by the governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, to prevent and respond to situations of violence against women, the Women’s Institute (INMUJER BC) offers legal, psychological, and psychological counseling. social work.
According to data provided by the state agency, in September, a total of 1,103 services were provided to women in situations of violence. Of these, 657 are psychological advisors, 253 are legal advisors, and 193 are social work advisors. These services are provided by more than 40 professionals distributed throughout the state, explained Karla Pedrin Rembao, general director of INMUJER BC.
Women who face a form of violence, economic, sexual, psychological, physical, or patrimonial, can turn to the professionals at INMUJER Baja California to receive care and guidance.
Pedrin Rembao pointed out that adult women are the ones who turn the most to the services offered by the state agency, where family violence is a common modality. Likewise, it is emphasized that Tijuana is the city with the highest number of services provided.
Agency staff work tirelessly to eradicate violence against women in all its forms and methods. Consequently, they are available to the citizens of the state through the hotlines of the various modules and offices, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
INMUJER offices are distributed throughout the state, and any woman who needs its services can contact the following phone numbers: In Mexicali, at 686-558-6364; in Tijuana, at 664-608-0888; in Ensenada, at 646-248-0873; in San Quintn, at 616-165-1899; in San Felipe, at 686-109-1653; in Rosarito, at 686-309-2852; and in Tecate, at 686-231-5872.
In addition, there are telephone numbers for local care units, where professionals provide support to users seven days a week and 24 hours a day