Advocates for a Violence Free Community serves survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault through the following programs: Emergency Safehousing, Safehousing at Sprout House, Safety Planning, On and Off Scene Crisis Intervention, Courtroom Advocacy, Assistance With Restraining Orders, Medical Advocacy, Counseling Referrals and Assistance, Relocation Assistance, Referrals and Information, Community Outreach and Education, Support Groups and Address Confidentiality Assistance
Advocates for Victims of Assault supports victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and other trauma.
Crisis intervention, limited transportation, operation of 24-hour domestic violence and sexual assault hotline, Assistance with rent, food, relocation and emergency financial assistance, Matched savings program where individuals work with their advocate to establish an agreed upon goal toward financial independence and self sufficiency, Provide contracted attorneys, free of charge, to represent victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in protection order hearings and U-Visa applications, Operate a low barrier pet-friendly emergency safe house for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their dependent children and Longer-term residency option for victims making 80% or less of the area median income.
We offer free and confidential services, a 24-hour hotline staffed by volunteers, bilingual weekly support groups for women and children, court advocacy in criminal court, legal assistance for divorce and child-custody cases through our Bridges of Hope legal project, and education and outreach to the community as well.
Alternatives to Violence provides shelter, advocacy, education and resources for people impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. Free services include: Emergency shelter, 24 hour crisis intervention/victim advocacy, court advocates, housing resource services, referrals and resource information, community education programs.
AVRC is a crisis intervention agency that assists all victims of violent crime. We provide crisis hotline services, safety planning, advocacy, emergency shelter, peer counseling, children and group counseling, legal advocacy, relocation assistance, and financial assistance.
Asian Pacific Development Center (APDC) serves survivors of ANY crime who may be in crisis. They provide Emotional/Crisis Support, Case Management, Transportation & Financial Assistance (for clients), hotel & grocery vouchers, therapy, adult learning/ESL, employment services, legal advocacy, Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence response, and are a satelite location for the Address Confidentiality Program.
Bright Future Foundation provides services to domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. Their services include Advocacy (24/7 hotline, mental health services, legal advocacy and representation, case management and financial education), Brighthouse (safehouse shelter), rapid re-housing initiative (up to two years of low-rent, temporary housing), buddy mentors (mentorship program for kids), youth advocacy, SANE exams, forensic nurse exams, and online parenting classes.
Earn While You Learn Clients may earn items such as a new car seat or crib and mattress by completing educational units. Pursue: Education for a Lifetime – CCPC conducts sexual educational classes for students within our local schools. The education includes social branding, relational issues, effects/risks of pornography/sexting, and other social issues that may arise by unhealthy choices. Our trained staff are available to talk through worries, concerns, issues, experiences and problems in regards to their current, past and future situation(s). Practical information on: pregnancy, childbirth, parenting, adoption, fetal & childhood development, abortion risks and alternatives, sexually transmitted disease. Monthly Allotments: we can help provide some basic essentials for you and your new family like diapers, baby food, formula, and more. Material Assistance Baby/toddler/children clothing, maternity clothing, baby furniture & equipment as well as a variety of other items.
We serve 29 counties with our largest concentration of services offered in Pueblo County. Headquartered in Pueblo, we operate 24 programs and services primarily across Crowley, Fremont, Huerfano, Las Animas, Otero, and Pueblo counties. Our main focus is toward early childhood well-being and education. Our vision is that every home is a nurturing environment that supports the full potential of the child so that every child is ready for school on day one. We accomplish this by implementing a 2-Generation approach in our programs. Additional programs we have provide assistance that helps those with barriers to employment transitional jobs/ technical training, immigration citizenship application help and advocacy, Social Security Representative Payee service, and home stability rent and utility assistance for families.
CCCA provides crisis intervention, 24/7 on-scene response, emergency safe-housing, shelter referrals, safety planning, counseling assistance, protection order assistance, liaison with law enforcement, DA and judicial, 24-hour hotline, courtroom accompaniment, assistance with legal aid, counseling referrals, CVC assistance, emergency financial assistance, immigration referrals and other services.
Georgetown, CO 80444, USA
COVA’s Human Trafficking Program, Survivor Support Services can provide referrals and individualized case management to eligible victims/survivors of both labor and sex trafficking in Colorado. Case managers can work with survivors that have recently exited a trafficking situation to identify goals and connect to supportive resources that restore self-sufficiency, safety and autonomy.
Provide food for those in need (food pantry)
Provide life skill training to change the factors that have led to the current needs (resume/job interview)
Provide help for those finding themselves in unexpected and/or unwanted pregnancies (partner with Life Network)
Provide help and healing for those emotionally wounded (Military Family Support)
Provide a safe and fun environment for social interaction and relationship development.
Covered Colorado works with sex trafficking survivors over the age of 18, and their children. Our programs meets survivors where they are. We empower and honor every survivor toward a life of healing and self-sufficiency. We provide advocacy and a healthy community through case management, mentoring, life skills, and coaching to navigate their finances, employment, and relational skills. While each program phase is separate, we work together to meet each survivor where they are and walk them gently to the next step.
Program has three phases: Engage (Stabilization), Empower (Self Sufficiency) and Thrive (Continued Growth & Transition)
A team of caseworkers conduct outreach to youth, providing any identified services needed for the individual that can consist of therapy, substance abuse treatment, to basic needs, such as clothing, food, and bus passes. Additionally, they continue to provide case management and engagement to build trust and rapport with the youth, where they will work with the client to implement safety planning and harm-reduction. If a client wants to report to law enforcement, Denver Public Safety Youth Programs is able to cut through red tape through partnership with the MDT, but that not is required for engagement or services.
EFAA provides stabilizing services, innovative programs, and transformative advocacy to strengthen families and create a thriving community. As Boulder’s Family Resource Center, we are dedicated to helping members of our community meet their immediate needs and springboard out of poverty. EFAA offers short-term and transitional housing, case management, food, and emergency financial assistance to Boulder families, seniors, and people with disabilities.