RESOURCE DIRECTORY

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Gender(s) Served
Advocates for a Violence Free Community

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

Type of organization
Crisis Hotline with Resource Navigation
Relocation Assistance into/out of Colorado
Safehouse Shelter
Survivor Support Groups
24/7 Crisis phone number:
24/7
Hot Sulphur Springs, CO 80451, USA
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Advocates for Victims of Assault

Advocates for Victims of Assault supports victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and other trauma.
Program services:
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.

Type of organization
Crisis Hotline with Resource Navigation
Financial Assistance
Long Term or Permanent Supportive Housing
Pro-Bono/Low Cost Legal Consultation and/or Representation
Safehouse Shelter
24/7 Crisis phone number:
Advocates of Routt County

We have a 24/7 safeline, confidential safehouse shelter, safety planning, assist with obtaining protection orders, advocate accompaniment for survivors (to law enforcement interviews, court hearings, etc.) and a robust social change program to prevent violence before it happens.

Type of organization
Crisis Hotline with Resource Navigation
Safehouse Shelter
Speaking Engagements/Consulting
24/7 Crisis phone number:
24/7
445 Anglers Drive, Suite 2E, Steamboat Springs, CO
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Alternative Horizons

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.

Type of organization
Civil Cases
Criminal Cases
Crisis Hotline with Resource Navigation
Therapeutic Recovery Methods
24/7 Crisis phone number:
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Alternatives to Violence

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.

Type of organization
Crisis Hotline with Resource Navigation
Safehouse Shelter
24/7 Crisis phone number:
24/7
541 E 8th St, Loveland, CO 80537
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Arkansas Valley Resource Center

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.

Type of organization
Alternative/Emergency Shelter Placement Program
Crisis Hotline with Resource Navigation
Financial Assistance
Housing Assistance Program
Protection Orders
Relocation Assistance into/out of Colorado
Survivor Support Groups
24/7 Crisis phone number:
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Asian Pacific Development Center

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.

Type of organization
Education/Life Skills Classes
Financial Assistance
Immigrant Specific Care
On Call Advocates
Victim Assistance
24/7 Crisis phone number:
24/7
1537 Alton Street, Aurora, CO
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Unaccompanied minors, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Avodah Collective

Avodah provides space for women survivors of sex trafficking, families, and young people to find restoration through the creative act of farming, compassionate and supportive housing, and integration of teaching and prayer. The Supportive Housing Program, Villa Stella Maris, provides dignified bedrooms and living spaces for women and children which allows for a space for women to rest, heal, and restore during their time here. Services include: Individual and group therapy, art therapy, music therapy, horticultural therapy, animal therapy, nutrition and healthy living education, parenting classes, job preparation programs (Avodah Farms), cooking classes, continued education, higher education, Physical Health: medical and dental care psychiatric care, psychiatric evaluations, and medication management, Spiritual Healing: prayer, mass, community involvement, bible studies, personalized case management,  full restoration for the future.

Type of organization
Long Term or Permanent Supportive Housing
Therapeutic Recovery Methods
Genders served:
Female
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Bakhita Mountain Home

BMH is a two-year, rent-free program, based on a communal living model. This program prioritizes safety, empowering individual wholeness and offering life-enhancing skills. Bakhita Mountain Home offers an opportunity for adult, female identifying survivors of sex trafficking to continue to heal and grow individually while connecting to a supportive community. BMH provides support for ongoing goal development and attainment. Individuals have full control of the choices and goals set here at BMH. Their voice is the most important in directing each step of their healing journey. They can enhance employment and career goals, start and/or finish educational goals, volunteer in the community, and most importantly take space to focus on themselves.

Type of organization
Basic Case Management (ongoing)
Long Term or Permanent Supportive Housing
Women Specific Care
Genders served:
Female, Transwoman
Ages served:
Adults
Insurance required:
No
Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA)

BACA empowers children who have been abused by way of “Level 1 interventions,” “Level 2 interventions” and court support (we can escort them to court to testify against their perpetrators.) Level 1 intervention consists of all available members in the area riding to the child’s house and presenting them with a patch, stickers, and taking a photograph so they feel empowered by the full support of our group. Level 2 interventions involve a group of BACA members who create a presence at the home of the child, being visible at times when the family might be the most vulnerable. The purpose of B.A.C.A.’s presence is to deter further abuse and to protect the children and the family, if necessary.

Type of organization
Youth Specific Care
24/7 Crisis phone number:
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Bright Future Foundation

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.

Type of organization
Forensic/SANE Exams
Pro-Bono/Low Cost Legal Consultation and/or Representation
Safehouse Shelter
Transitional Housing/Short Term Residential Program
24/7 Crisis phone number:
24/7 Crisis Line
Avon, CO, USA
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Unaccompanied minors, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pueblo

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.

Type of organization
Child Welfare
Education/Life Skills Classes
Financial Assistance
Social/Emotional Support
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Colorado Fund for People with Disabilities

Mission Supports provides Transitional Case Management Services to people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities that are at-risk of or experiencing homelessness in Denver County. Mission Supports assists clients in obtaining a Disability Determination for Long-Term Medicaid Services and Supports, namely the HCBS-DD waiver.

Type of organization
Benefits Enrollment
Housing Assistance Program
Intensive Case Management (ongoing)
1355 S Colorado Blvd, Ste 920 Denver, CO
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Unaccompanied minors, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance

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.

Type of organization
Intensive Case Management (ongoing)
Victim Assistance
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Unaccompanied minors, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No
Colorado Youth for a Change

Colorado Youth for a Change (CYC) connects youth with opportunities to get back into school and also creates pathways, alongside caring adults, to build confidence and find success in school and beyond. We believe all young people can rise above seemingly insurmountable obstacles to learn, to excel in school, and to ultimately graduate.

Type of organization
Academic Support
2490 26th Ave 110A Denver, CO
Genders served:
All Genders
Ages served:
Adults, Unaccompanied minors, Accompanied minors
Insurance required:
No