The Crisis Center provides services to survivors of domestic violence and their children though emergency shelter, community advocacy, legal advocacy and counseling. Our clinical team is trained in a variety of therapies to assist adults and children. The Crisis Center’s community advocacy program is a 10-week program that allows clients and Crisis Center advocates to work together to achieve the client’s desired goals. The legal advocacy program includes assistance with restraining orders, legal referrals, court accompaniment and general support navigating the civil and criminal justice systems. Both the community advocacy program and the legal advocacy program works with individuals from Douglas, Elbert, Lincoln and Arapahoe Counties
With a focus on sheltering, outreach, and prevention, Crossroads provides trauma-informed advocacy and support to victims and aspires to create a future without domestic violence. Programs and services include a 24/7 crisis line, emergency shelter, non-resident advocacy, domestic abuse response, legal advocacy, legal representation, rapid rehousing, prevention and education, and youth and bilingual advocacy.
Our organization is dedicated to serving Deaf, DeafBlind, DeafDisabled, or Hard of Hearing (DDBDDHH) victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and other forms of abuse in Colorado. Services include: advocacy, resiliency programs (support groups and peer support groups), community education and outreach, youth advocacy and prevention program, technical assistance for organizations wishing to be culturally responsive to the DDBDDHH community.
Our programs fall along a three-part continuum of care that includes Community Outreach, Rapid Response, and Treatment and Integrated Services. We strive to meet the needs of all traumatized children, as well as those at risk of abuse. We specialize in serving very young children and those from Spanish-speaking families.
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.
Family Promise of Greater Denver focuses on stable housing, employment and savings. By combining these three pillars of long – term stability with supportive programs such as rental assistance, extended case management, community mentors and other supports, the goal is to end homelessness, one family at a time.
Family Tree provides wrap around services designed to end child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness. Services include the SafeCare Program (in-home parenting classes), Intervention for at-risk youth to divert future out-of-home placement, financial and supportive services for kinship families (children who are cared for by grandparents, or other caretakers), domestic violence services including legal advocacy, safe-house shelter with supportive services (Roots of Courage program), individual advocacy and group support for survivors, homeless shelter (women and children), housing navigation, and transitional housing program.
Gateway Domestic Violence Services provides a highly effective combination of shelter and comprehensive services to adults and children fleeing domestic violence. Gateway is the only 24/7 shelter available in the City of Aurora and Arapahoe County, offering emergency shelter and extended-stay care, together with a crisis line, licensed counseling, and court advocacy.
Haseya Advocate Program is a Native woman-led organization that serves Indigenous survivors of domestic and sexual violence in the Colorado Springs, Colorado region. We empower Native survivors to overcome domestic and sexual violence by providing culturally sensitive and appropriate advocacy, including safety planning, access to information and resources, accompaniment, and problem solving.
Haseya is the only program in the state of Colorado that provides domestic and sexual violence advocacy for urban Indigenous survivors.
HFAP provides an immediate safe environment for victims of DV and supports victims through the decision-making process. We provide a 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, transitional housing (rental assistance and help getting into permanent housing), assistance with a protection orders, safety plans, court advocacy, emergency food and clothing, financial assistance, support groups for youth and adults & victim advocacy.
Homeward Alliance operates a continuum of programs and initiatives for families, adults and seniors, such as basic needs, housing-focused case management, behavioral health and employment services. The Murphy Center acts as a one-stop-shop for people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. It is the hub of services for people who face homelessness or housing instability — one location in which 20 organizations offer more than 40 services to nearly 3,000 people each year.
Hope Communities programs and services are free, held on-site, and open to all. Affordable Housing Program: Hope Communities has 278 affordable units, housing more than 750 people in 2018 at four Denver properties. Resource Navigation/Adult Education: Individualized resource navigation focuses on access to community resources, benefits, financial literacy, career/personal skill development, and structured educational programs. Child/Youth Development: Classes and programs for youth include early childhood education and healthy parent-child relationship programs, kindergarten preparedness, and homework assistance. Health & Wellness: Hope provides residents and community members access to knowledge and skills to manage their health and wellness. This includes early childhood health education, dental/health/vision screenings, navigation of medical institutions, and other wellness events and clinics. Community-Building: Hope promotes neighborhood alliances, resident meetings/councils, a community garden, and community safety meetings. These programs are customized to address needs at each site.
Long-term residential program for chronically homeless women. Case management provided as well as mental health services. Referrals through the OneHome system (VI-SPDAT)
Ithaka provides shelter for individuals, families and seniors experiencing homelessness and/or who don’t have access to stable housing. Ithaka also provides case management to connect their transitional housing residents to the supportive services they need such as healthcare, addiction recovery, benefits applications, and more.
They have three programs: Family Transitional Housing, Individual Transitional Housing Program called Shore House and a Senior Transitional Housing Program.