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 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.
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).
CLLARO’s resource navigators provide culturally-competent and bilingual outreach, referral, and assistance services to some of the most vulnerable and underserved Coloradans – non-English speaking, low-income families, and older adult Latinos (50+) – by connecting them with trusted services providers. Additional Programs include: Capitol Fellowship Program, Parent Advocacy for Local Schools, Community Access, Research and Engagement Program, Oral Health Care Equity Coalition, Legislative Advocacy, and Latino Civic Engagement.
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.
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.
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.
Lutheran Family Services is the largest refugee resettlement agency in the Rocky Mountain region. LFS offers adoption services, disaster response, foster care services, aging services (high need seniors hospital support program), pregnancy counseling, prevention services such as parental education/support and other child focused education/services, immigration legal services, Early Childhood Education and Workforce Pathway Program (for refugee mothers from Afghanistan and Swahili speaking countries), Road to Economic Freedom Employment Program (job skills training/support).
2032 Lowe Street Suite 200 Fort Collins, CO 80525
108 East St. Vrain Street Suite 21 Colorado Springs, CO 80903
1102 5th Street Suite B Greeley, CO 80631
815 9th Street, Greeley, CO 80631
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.
We provide civil legal services for youth people who have experienced trauma or instability. This includes advocacy for youth impacted by domestic violence at home, advocacy for students so that they have what they need in the classroom, advocacy for caregivers so that they can take care of the children in their homes, and advocacy for young adults as they transition to adulthood. Specifically for young adults, we advocate to expunge of juvenile records, to help them obtain identification or other important documents, to address landlord-tenant disputes, or to tackle other civil legal matters.
Provides counseling, safe housing navigation, WAGEES re-entry program, basic need assistance (food/clothing), legal advocacy and trial support to Hispanic/Latino victims of domestic violence; also provides educational groups for adult and child/youth victims of domestic violence. Additional services include case management, education, job support, life skills, victim assistance (court accompaniment/legal advocacy/medical advocacy) and HIV/AIDS support.
SASO ensures competent services through continuous advocacy training, an emphasis on self-care, and a tireless dedication to ending sexual violence and oppression. Our staff and team of volunteers are here to support YOU. We seeks empowerment for ALL victims of sexual violence regardless of immigration status, sexual orientation, religion, gender, income status, race, ethnicity, age, and ability and/or disability. We provide support and assistance through 24 hour crisis intervention and counseling; medical and legal advocacy during SANE (medical forensic) examinations, law enforcement interviews, and court proceedings; free weekly support groups; emergency financial assistance; and referrals to community agencies.
115 Ute Street, Room 22, Ignacio, CO 81137
The SAVA Center provides crisis intervention, advocacy and counseling for all those affected by sexual violence in Northern Colorado while also providing prevention programs through community outreach and education.
921 38th Avenue Ct. Greeley, CO
1570 W 1st St. Loveland, CO
Services include a confidential Safehouse (for women and their children), Victim Advocacy (safety plans, court support and legal advocacy), Counseling (accepts Medicaid), Children’s Programs, a 24/7 Safe Line, Housing Assistance, and Community Outreach and Education.
Fundamentally, we do three things: (1) Provide immediate safety at our confidential Safehouse for women, children, and other victims escaping abuse; (2) Empower survivors through programs and support such as Advocacy and Counseling; and (3) Creating a safer future through Education and Outreach to schools, businesses, and other organizations.
The Alliance is the only organization serving Chaffee, northern Saguache, and Western Fremont Counties that provides a safe and confidential place for victims to receive 24-hour crisis assistance, counseling & safe housing. We serve survivors directly through a 24/7 crisis line, safety planning, legal advocacy and assistance, emergency safehousing and long-term housing assistance, support groups, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner exams, and referrals to a variety of resources. We provide education about the prevalence and impacts of domestic and sexual violence, and encourage culture change by being a resource to the public as well as survivors, and by providing leadership on policy issues that impact our clients.
211 Tabor St. Office 110 Buena Vista, CO