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.
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.
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.
Jefferson Center is a nonprofit, community-focused mental health and substance use service provider. Services available for adults, families, children and seniors. Primary services include: Individual and Group Therapy, Counseling, Peer Support, Substance Abuse Treatment, Medication Evaluation and Monitoring, Psychological Assessments, Criminal Justice programs, School Based programs, Parenting/Early Childhood family services, Veteran & Military Family Services, Wellness classes (including wellness coaching and smoking cessation), and Mobile Medication Assisted treatment.
Open Heart Advocates is a victim services organization serving primarily survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, teen dating violence, human trafficking and other crimes or traumas. OHA has a gender inclusive safehouse where survivors can stay up to 45 days as well as other short term emergency housing options. Sexual assault services include physical exams to obtain evidence, court accompaniment and counseling. Additionally, OHA provides training to communities and agencies to educate them about the crime of human trafficking. OHA can provide referrals to legal assistance, mental health counseling and other services they may not provide in-house.
MESA provides support and services to ALL survivors of sexual assault. Services available include a 24/7 crisis Hotline, medical advocacy, legal advocacy, referrals to mental health services, and support groups.
Named after the North Star that guided slaves to freedom in the U.S., Polaris systemically disrupts the human trafficking networks that rob human beings of their lives and freedom. Our comprehensive model puts victims at the center of what we do – helping survivors restore their freedom, preventing more victims, and leveraging data and technology to pursue traffickers wherever they operate. The National Human Trafficking Hotline is a national, toll-free hotline, available to answer calls, texts, and chats from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year. The Hotline is a program of Polaris, a non-profit, non-governmental organization working exclusively on the issue of human trafficking.
We offer individual, couples, and family therapy to victims of trauma. Methodology is not restricted to in-person as we offer tele-health and phone services.
PorchLight is a family justice center designed to bring many victim service providers together in one location to improve access to services. Partner agencies collaborate to offer wrap around services including: legal services, counseling, victim services (including victim compensation), healthcare (including forensic nurse exams), advocacy, benefits enrollment, crisis services, legal advocacy (protection orders, divorce, custody), basic needs assistance (food, clothing),
Project Hope is an organization focused on serving victims of crimes including sexual assault, domestic violence and human trafficking. Services include, 24/7 crisis line, safe shelter, food, clothing, transportation, crisis intervention and safety planning, court advocacy, address confidentiality program, restorative justice, legal aid, financial assistance, transitional housing, crime victims compensation, counseling (up to 6 sessions), peer support groups, and resource referrals.
Pueblo Rape Crisis Services (PRCS) provides community prevention education, crisis intervention, and case management to survivors of sexual violence and does not discriminate against any individual. Our 24/7 confidential crisis hotline is staffed with trained advocates who also respond to our local hospital for any survivor of sexual assault. Serving over 450 individuals annually, we envision a community free of sexual violence. We serve the following counties: Alamosa, Baca, Bent, Costilla, Crowley, Custer, Huerfano, Kiowa, Las Animas, Otero, Prowers and Pueblo.
WINGS (Women in Need, Gaining Strength) provides a temporary home (ADA accessible) for women and children survivors of domestic violence, as well as sexual assault. Wrap around services for shelter guests include: 24-hour crisis intervention and admission, Three meals a day, Bathing and laundry facilities, Medical, legal, and housing referrals, Task-oriented counseling and goal setting, Parenting, job, and life skills referrals, and Community referral services
Rise provides immediate crisis intervention (24 hours a day availability) including: Court Advocates to explain the criminal justice system, assistance with civil restraining orders, emergency transportation to safe shelter (Shelter provided by the Southwest Safehouse) advocates to help navigate other community organizations, information and referrals, speakers and trainers to provide community education, safety planning, victim compensation, and youth groups including: Youth Rise, Girls on the Run, Lunch Mentoring and more.
We provide crisis intervention and peer support services for the state of Colorado through the Colorado Crisis Line. We meet folks with a ‘no wrong door’ approach and are committed to making a difference in the lives of so many in our Colorado Community.
Rose Andom Center houses over 15 different government and community-based agencies that provide a wide array of services for survivors of domestic violence. Clients begin with an intake appointment in which they meet with a Rose Andom Center Intake Specialist to discuss safety concerns and all available services at the Center. From the intake, clients are connected to any/all services they deem beneficial for themselves. While there is law enforcement in the building, clients are never required to interact with those agencies if they do not wish to.
Services: Advocacy (safety planning and support), Children’s Services, Civil Legal (protection orders, divorce/custody, landlord disputes, etc.), Criminal Legal (don’t have to file criminal charges to seek services), Medical (primary care, well-woman, prenatal, etc.), Self-Sufficiency (job skills, debt management, financial literacy), Counseling, and Pathways to Hope (year round mentoring program + camp ages 7-11).