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
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.
ALIGHT has established a tech-based model that offers rapid response for survivors to free legal advocacy, counsel and representation on a variety of legal issues from debt to child custody and criminal records (no immigration). Survivor calls ALIGHT Intake Advocate for screening and connection at (720) 608-6039.
ACHT-P’s major strength is providing educational and outreach services. We also serve as a single point of contact for persons seeking survivor support services in Southern Colorado (Pueblo, Huerfano and Las Animas Counties).
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.
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.
Beautiful Feet Wellness serves the larger community through wellness programming and education on the issue of human trafficking. Beautiful Feet Wellness provides fitness and wellness services to people exiting the sex trade for reduced or no cost in order to help them find their healthy lifestyle and move through recovery. Types of services include group fitness classes, yoga, Zumba, Barre, cardio, strength, mindfulness, pool exercise, as well as individual training and wellness advice.
Blue Sky Bridge is a non-profit organization located in Boulder, Colorado working in child abuse intervention and education. We use the Child Advocacy Center model to create a child-focused approach to abuse investigations in partnership with law enforcement, social services and the District Attorney’s office. Blue Sky Bridge provides skilled forensic interviews of children and vulnerable adults, crisis counseling and support to non-offending caregivers, therapy for children and families, medical examinations, and education programs to increase community awareness and to empower the community to prevent sexual abuse of children.
CLS offers free civil legal services for Coloradans including survivors of human trafficking
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.
The Mexican Consulate can provide services for Mexican Nationals including: identity documents (passports, birth certificates, etc.), victim services (human rights abuses, detention, location of people, repatriation of remains, repatriation of sick individuals, etc.), power of attorney, birth registry, marriage, community health and education including financial literacy, visas and more.
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.
Founded by and for survivors of sexual assault, Finding Our Voices connects peers in the community, provides support, and promotes artistic expression as a method of healing to empower all individuals impacted by these experiences. FOV hosts a variety of art and writing workshops, retreats, and support groups that use exercises, such as writing poems based on a prompt or creating visual art that engages the subconscious, to help survivors process their pain. Survivors also have the opportunity to engage in leadership and awareness activities by displaying their art at FOV’s annual art exhibit or participating in outreach and advocacy events during Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April.
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.