24/7 Emergency line

415 124-69-90

Psychological Attention

415 170 64 88

One of the goals of the ELECT Center is:

 No one with a mental or legal problem related to violence feels alone and that everyone has access to a comprehensive model of the services they need.

 We strongly believe in everyone’s right to have good mental health, have a life free of violence, and legal representation. We know that it is sometimes difficult to find a lawyer or psychologist whose service is open or low cost. You can come to us so that the psychologists and lawyers on our team can assist you.

 Our Services

Domestic Violence

It can happen to anyone, regardless of their nationality, age, sexual orientation, religion, or gender. Our priority is to keep everyone, particularly women and children, out of harm’s way.

We keep all our phone calls, conversations, and everything discussed during consultations confidential.

Violence Prevention Guide

Complete Guide



Cell emergency line: (415) 124 69 90

Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to support people and their children in a violent situation.

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 A place where people who were in violent situations can stay and be safe, away from the possibility of violence.

The shelter offers everything you need, such as sleep, bathrooms, food, and psychological, medical, and legal care.

No one is ever denied this full service for a lack of financial resources.


Outpatient or psychological care

 The consultation is not only for people in situations of violence but for all populations in different locations, (difficulties with children, feelings of depression, constant anguish, etc.)

Consultation is offered Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

It is necessary to make an appointment by phone at 415 170 64 88 by a phone call or via WhatsApp.


Legal advice and accompaniment or external consultation

Only for people in situations of violence. The consultation is offered from Monday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

You must make your appointment by phone at 415 117 8648 either by phone or via Whatsapp.

The Centro Elegir team will accompany you to the Public Prosecutor’s Office and other offices.


Medical consultation for survivors of violence is free:

It offered at CASA’s Clinic; Indalecio Allende 4, Colonia San Rafael, SMA. Phone (415) 152 61 81; Open 24/7


 Of the 46.5 million women aged 15 and over in the country, 66.1% (30.7 million) have faced some violence from an aggressor at some time in their lives. (INEGI, 2019)

 43.9% have faced aggression from their current or past spouse or partner during their relationship, and it is more accentuated among women who married or joined before age 18 (48.0%) than among those who did so at age 25 or older (37.7%): (INEGI, 2019).


 From January to October 2019 alone, 833 cases recorded, according to figures from the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System (SESNSP).


In 2018, 3,752 deaths recorded for the murder of women, the highest in the last 29 years (1990-2018), which on average, means that ten women died every day from intentional assault: (INEGI, 2019).

Do you need to do your social service?

Centro Elegir needs professional volunteers with experience in clinical therapy or legal background with violence cases. We accept students.

 Please write to us at elegir@casa.org.mx y  asesorialegal@casa.org.mx  or phone the: 415 117 8648.

Contact Centro ELEGIR

Hours of operation:

Monday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. a 7:00 p.m.

Santa Julia #15, Col. Santa Julia, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato.





Psychological consultation phone:(415) 170 64 88

24-hour emergency line:

(415) 124 69 90